ASTM C/CM: Standard Test Method for Infiltration Rate of In Place Pervious Concrete. Standard Test Method for. Infiltration Rate of In Place. Pervious Concrete. ASTM C/CM – 09 Download scientific diagram | Preparation of the infiltration ring for the ASTM C/CM test on PMPC and PA surfaces. from publication: The.

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Permeability measurement and scan imaging to assess clogging of pervious concrete pavements in parking lots. The surface infiltration rates of both PC sections were about twice as large as PICP, and all three were more than one order of magnitude larger than C7101.

Both tests methods give comparable results. Smith, 1 Kevin Earley, 2 and Justin M. Randomly selected locations across each area were tested periodically about monthlyand other measurements were made quarterly at fixed locations.

The values stated in each c1710 may not be exact equivalents; therefore, each system shall be used independently of the other. Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. Permeability predictions for sand-clogged Portland cement pervious concrete pavement systems. Mapping hazard from urban non-point pollution: This could astk the use of a scale on the test site.

Infiltration rates were significantly different across each x1701 type. The ASTM method ASTM C for measuring infiltration rate of in-place pervious concrete provides limited guidance on how to select testing locations, so research is needed to evaluate how testing sites should be selected and how results should be interpreted to assess surface condition.


A comparison of thermal performance of different pavement materials. Multiple measurements were performed at five locations on each pavement test section.

Standard Test Method for Infiltration Rate of In Place Pervious Concrete

This test method is intended for use on soils with infiltration rates between 14 in. Figure 4 illustrates the xstm. There was no difference between maintained and unmaintained area surface infiltration rates, likely due to the newness of the surfaces. This is likely due to the speed and economy of conducting tests in this manner.

ASTM C/CM – 17a – Standard Test Method for Infiltration Rate of In Place Pervious Concrete

Sara Simona Cipolla 3 Estimated H-index: Field investigation of clogging in a permeable pavement system building research and information. Marchioni 3 Estimated H-index: The post-construction pavement surface infiltration results there demonstrated an average rate of 1.

A key consideration on locating the ring is to frame the paver joint pattern within the ring. Water quality and c1071 in a coastal subdivision stormwater pond.

Remember me on this computer. The literature demonstrates Chopra and Vancura that permeable pavements can experience a reduction in their surface infiltration rates especially if not maintained satm vacuum sweeping.

It is recommended that future surface infiltration testing should strategically select fixed testing locations based on expected clogging patterns.


Her observations regarding both pavement types are that they require regular vacuum sweeping in order to maintain surface infiltration rates. Clogging evaluation of open graded friction course pavements tested under rainfall and heavy vehicle simulators.

To further demonstrate the utility of this c17011 method for PICP, results from two sites from 4Site Engineering in and are provided Lia and Lia b.

The PA results were comparable to some aastm published studies and much less than others because of different PA surface course design gradations. While including porous asphalt surface testing in C may not fall exactly within the scope of Committee C09, including it in C could asttm compare performance among the most common permeable pavements. ASTM C currently requires that the mass of infiltrated water be determined so that value can be entered into a formula that calculates the surface infiltration rate.

Broadening the application of ASTM C to characterize the surface infiltration of more than just pervious concrete enables an axtm comparison of the performance other pavement systems designed to reduce stormwater runoff. Along these lines, proposed changes to C include the following: