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AFI 32-1041

PAVEMENT EVALUATION PROGRAM

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Organization: AF
Publication Date: 17 February 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 75
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The Air Force Pavement Evaluation Program obtains, compiles, and reports pavement strength, condition, and performance data, including data on structural, friction, and anchor capability on all airfields with present or potential Air Force missions. Pavement evaluation data gives civil engineers the information needed to actively manage base and airfield pavement systems, as well as providing operators the information they need to manage and control the airfield. They use the results of pavement evaluation studies to:

Determine the size, type, gear configuration, number of passes, and weight of aircraft that can safely operate from an airfield without damaging the pavement or the aircraft.

Develop or adjust operations usage patterns for a particular aircraft pavement system (for example, parking, apron use patterns, and taxiway routing).

Project or identify major maintenance or repair requirements for an airfield pavement system to support present or proposed aircraft missions. Pavement evaluations provide data used in engineering assessments and asset management. Evaluations are also a quality reference aid when designing future projects.

Develop and maintain airfield layout and physical property data to the section level to assist airbase mission and contingency planning functions and provide information for validation of real property records.

Develop and confirm design criteria.

Develop and justify major pavement projects and maintenance and repair (M&R) plans.

Enhance flight safety by implementing recommendations from friction characteristics reports, when applicable. 1.1.8. Verify that power check pad anchors can safely support aircraft engine maintenance.

Document History

AFI 32-1041
February 17, 2017
PAVEMENT EVALUATION PROGRAM
The Air Force Pavement Evaluation Program obtains, compiles, and reports pavement strength, condition, and performance data, including data on structural, friction, and anchor capability on all...

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