**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

**Suggested Citation:**"APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017.

*Quantifying the Influence of Geosynthetics on Pavement Performance*. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24841.

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H-1 APPENDIX H. INSTRUMENTATION PLANS FOR RIGID PAVEMENT EXPERIMENTS

H-2 Appendix H1. Experiment No. 7 (Control)

H-3 Average PCC Layer Thickness (inch) 6.00 Average CAB Layer Thickness (inch) 8.00 Pressure Cell ID Pressure Cell Diameter X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments P1 4 inch 0 6 20 P1 measures vertical pressure at 20 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P2 4 inch 0 6 16 P2 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P3 4 inch 0 6 12 P3 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P4 4 inch 0 14 12 P4 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P5 4 inch 0 14 16 P5 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P6 4 inch 0 -2 12 P6 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 2 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y-direction. P7 4 inch 0 6 8 P7 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 6 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction. P8 4 inch 0 18 8 P8 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P9 4 inch 8 6 8 P9 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P10 4 inch 0 -6 8 P10 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y-direction. P21 1 inch 7.75 8 8 P21 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction. Strain Gauge X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments S1 0 0 6 Strain at the centerline of the load and at the bottom of the PCC layer. LVDT ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments LVDT 1 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. LVDT 2 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 3 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 4 0 42 0 At the pavement surface and 42 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 5 0 48 0 On top of the Large-Scale Tank rim and 48 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. Experiment ID Exp7-PCC Description Rigid pavement; 8-inch aggregate base

H-4 LVDT ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments LVDT 6 -12 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). LVDT 7 -24 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments A1 A1_Z 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. A2 A2_Z 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A3 A3_Z 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A4 A4_Z -12 0 0 At the surface of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A5 A5_Z -12 6 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A6 A6_Z -24 0 0 At the surface of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A7 A7_Z -24 6 0 At the pavement surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction.

H-5 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Msg1 M1_Z 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in X-direction. Msg2 M2_Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y- direction. Msg2 M2_Z 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg3 M3_Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y- direction. Msg3 M3_Z 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg4 M4_X 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg4 M4_Z 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg5 M5_X 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg5 M5_Z 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg6 M6_Z -12 6 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg7 M7_X -24 6 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg7 M7_Z -24 6 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-6 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mb/c1 Mb1_X 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Y 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Z 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c1 Mc1_X 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X- direction. Mb/c1 Mc1_Y 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c1 Mc1_Z 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mb2_Y 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c2 Mb2_Z 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mc2_Y 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c2 Mc2_Z 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c3 Mb2_Y 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c3 Mb2_Z 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-7 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mb/c3 Mc2_Y 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c3 Mc2_Z 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-8 Figure H1-1. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âProfile view, Y=0 inch

H-9 Figure H1-2. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âProfile view, Y=6 inches

H-10 Figure H1-3. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âProfile view, X=0 inch

H-11 Figure H1-4. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âProfile view, X=8 inches

H-12 Figure H1-5. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=0 inch

H-13 Figure H1-6. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=6 inches

H-14 Figure H1-7. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=8 inches

H-15 Figure H1-8. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=10 inches

H-16 Figure H1-9. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=12 inches

H-17 Figure H1-10. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=16 inches

H-18 Figure H1-11. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 7âPlan view, Z=20 inches

H-19 Appendix H2. Experiment No. 9 (Geogrid)

H-20 Average PCC Layer Thickness (inch) 6.00 Average CAB Layer Thickness (inch) 8.00 Pressure Cell ID Pressure Cell Diameter X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments P1 4 inch 0 6 20 P1 measures vertical pressure at 20 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P2 4 inch 0 6 16 P2 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P3 4 inch 0 6 12 P3 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P4 4 inch 0 14 12 P4 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P5 4 inch 0 14 16 P5 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P6 4 inch 0 -2 12 P6 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 2 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y-direction. P7 4 inch 0 6 8 P7 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 6 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction. P8 4 inch 0 18 8 P8 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction. P9 4 inch 8 6 8 P9 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction. P10 4 inch 0 -6 8 P10 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y- direction. P21 1 inch 7.75 8 8 P21 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction. Strain Gauge X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments S1 0 0 6 Strain at the centerline of the load and at the bottom of the PCC layer. SG1-X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring strain on geogrid. SG1-Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring strain on geogrid. SG2-X 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geogrid. SG2-Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geogrid. SG3-X 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geogrid. SG3-Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geogrid. SG4-X -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geogrid. SG4-Y -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geogrid. SG5-X -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geogrid. SG5-Y -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geogrid. Experiment ID Exp9-PCC Description Rigid pavement; 8-inch aggregate base with geogrid

H-21 LVDT ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments LVDT 1 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. LVDT 2 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 3 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 4 0 42 0 At the pavement surface and 42 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 5 0 48 0 On top of the Large-Scale Tank rim and 48 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 6 -12 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). LVDT 7 -24 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments A1 A1_Z 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. A2 A2_Z 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A3 A3_Z 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A4 A4_Z -12 0 0 At the surface of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A5 A5_Z -12 6 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A6 A6_Z -24 0 0 At the surface of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-22 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments A7 A7_Z -24 6 0 At the pavement surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction. Msg1 M1_Z 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in X-direction. Msg2 M2_Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction. Msg2 M2_Z 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg3 M3_Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction. Msg3 M3_Z 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg4 M4_X 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg4 M4_Z 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg5 M5_X 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg5 M5_Z 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg6 M6_X -12 6 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration is in X-direction. Msg7 M7_X -24 6 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg7 M7_Z -24 6 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-23 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mgd1 Mgd1_X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring horizontal acceleration on geogrid in X-direction. Mgd1 Mgd1_Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Y-direction. Mgd1 Mgd1_Z 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Mgd2 Mgd2_Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration on geogrid in Y- direction. Mgd2 Mgd2_Z 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Z-direction. Mgd3 Mgd3_Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration on geogrid in Y- direction. Mgd3 Mgd3_Z 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Z-direction. Mgd4 Mgd4_X 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration on geogrid in X-direction. Mgd4 Mgd4_Z 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Mgd5 Mgd5_X 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration on geogrid in X-direction. Mgd5 Mgd5_Z 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction, measuring vertical acceleration on geogrid in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Mb/c1 Mb1_X 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Y 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Z 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c1 Mc1_X 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X-direction. Mb/c1 Mc1_Y 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction.

H-24 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mb/c1 Mc1_Z 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mb2_Y 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c2 Mb2_Z 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mc2_Y 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c2 Mc2_Z 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c3 Mb2_Y 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c3 Mb2_Z 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Mb/c3 Mc2_Y 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c3 Mc2_Z 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X- direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-25 Figure H2-1. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âProfile view, Y=0 inch

H-26 Figure H2-2. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âProfile view, Y=6 inches Geogrid

H-27 Figure H2-3. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âProfile view, X=0 inch

H-28 Figure H2-4. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âProfile view, X=8 inches Geogrid

H-29 Figure H2-5. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=0 inch

H-30 Figure H2-6. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=6 inches

H-31 Figure H2-7. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=8 inches

H-32 Figure H2-8. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=10 inches

H-33 Figure H2-9. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=12 inches

H-34 Figure H2-10. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=16 inches

H-35 Figure H2-11. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 9âPlan view, Z=20 inches

H-36 Appendix H3. Experiment No. 10 (Geotextile)

H-37 Average PCC Layer Thickness (inch) 6.00 Average CAB Layer Thickness (inch) 8.00 Pressure Cell ID Pressure Cell Diameter X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments P1 4 inch 0 6 20 P1 measures vertical pressure at 20 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P2 4 inch 0 6 16 P2 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P3 4 inch 0 6 12 P3 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the subgrade surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P4 4 inch 0 14 12 P4 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P5 4 inch 0 14 16 P5 measures vertical pressure at 16 inches below the base surface and 14 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P6 4 inch 0 -2 12 P6 measures vertical pressure at 12 inches below the base surface and 2 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y-direction. P7 4 inch 0 6 8 P7 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 6 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction. P8 4 inch 0 18 8 P8 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the base surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P9 4 inch 8 6 8 P9 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction. P10 4 inch 0 -6 8 P10 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative Y-direction. P21 1 inch 7.75 8 8 P21 measures vertical pressure at 8 inches below the surface and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y and 8 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction. Strain Gauge X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments S1 0 0 6 Strain at the centerline of the load and at the bottom of the PCC layer. SG1-X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring strain on geotextile. SG1-Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring strain on geotextile. SG2-X 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geotextile. SG2-Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geotextile. SG3-X 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geotextile. SG3-Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring strain on geotextile. SG4-X -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geotextile. SG4-Y -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geotextile. SG5-X -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geotextile. Experiment ID Exp10-PCC Description Rigid pavement; 8-inch aggregate base with geotextile

H-38 Strain Gauge X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments SG5-Y -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring strain on geotextile. LVDT ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments LVDT 1 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. LVDT 2 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 3 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from main centerline in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 4 0 42 0 At the pavement surface and 42 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 5 0 48 0 On top of the Large-Scale Tank rim and 48 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring the surface vertical deflection. LVDT 6 -12 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). LVDT 7 -24 0 6 At 6 inches below the surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring base horizontal deflection (negative measurements for extension and positive measurements for compression). Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments A1 A1_Z 0 12 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Note: because of the plate configuration, the measurement is considered to be at the centerline of the load. A2 A2_Z 0 18 0 At the pavement surface and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A3 A3_Z 0 30 0 At the pavement surface and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A4 A4_Z -12 0 0 At the surface of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A5 A5_Z -12 6 0 At the pavement surface and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A6 A6_Z -24 0 0 At the surface of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) A7 A7_Z -24 6 0 At the pavement surface and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-

H-39 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y- direction. Msg1 M1_Z 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg1 M1_X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration in X- direction. Msg2 M2_Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction. Msg2 M2_Z 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg3 M3_Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration in Y-direction. Msg3 M3_Z 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Msg4 M4_X 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg4 M4_Z 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg5 M5_X 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg5 M5_Z 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg6 M6_X -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration is in X-direction. Msg6 M6_Z -12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Msg7 M7_X -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in X-direction. Msg7 M7_Z -24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in negative X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-40 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mgd1 Mgd1_X 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring horizontal acceleration on geotextile in X-direction. Mgd1 Mgd1_Y 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Y-direction. Mgd1 Mgd1_Z 0 6 10 In the middle of the base and at the centerline of the load, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z- direction.) Mgd2 Mgd2_Y 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration on geotextile in Y-direction. Mgd2 Mgd2_Z 0 18 10 In the middle of the base and 18 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Z-direction. Mgd3 Mgd3_Y 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring horizontal acceleration on geotextile in Y-direction. Mgd3 Mgd3_Z 0 30 10 In the middle of the base and 30 inches from the centerline of the tank, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Z-direction. Mgd4 Mgd4_X 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration on geotextile in X-direction. Mgd4 Mgd4_Z 12 0 10 In the middle of the base and 12 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mgd5 Mgd5_X 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration on geotextile in X-direction. Mgd5 Mgd5_Z 24 0 10 In the middle of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction, measuring vertical acceleration on geotextile in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c1 Mb1_X 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Y 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c1 Mb1_Z 0 6 6 At top of the base and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c1 Mc1_X 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive X- direction. Mb/c1 Mc1_Y 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction.

H-41 Accelerometer Accelerometer ID X Coordinate (in) Y Coordinate (in) Z Coordinate (in) Comments Mb/c1 Mc1_Z 0 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mb2_Y 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c2 Mb2_Z 0 24 6 At top of the base and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c2 Mc2_Y 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c2 Mc2_Z 0 24 6 At bottom of the concrete layer and 24 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring vertical acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c3 Mb2_Y 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y- direction. Mb/c3 Mb2_Z 18 6 6 At top of the base, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y-direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z-direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.) Mb/c3 Mc2_Y 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in positive Y-direction. Mb/c3 Mc2_Z 18 6 6 At bottom of the concrete layer, 18 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive X-direction and 6 inches from the centerline of the tank in positive Y- direction, measuring horizontal acceleration in Z- direction. (It reports negative numbers when acceleration is in positive Z-direction.)

H-42 Figure H3-12. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âProfile view, Y=0 inch

H-43 Figure H3-2. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âProfile view, Y=6 inches

H-44 Figure H3-3. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âProfile view, X=0 inch

H-45 Figure H3-4. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âProfile view, X=8 inches

H-46 Figure H3-5. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=0 inch

H-47 Figure H3-6. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=6 inches

H-48 Figure H3-7. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=8 inches

H-49 Figure H3-8. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=10 inches

H-50 Figure H3-9. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=12 inches

H-51 Figure H3-10. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=16 inches

H-52 Figure H3-11. Instrumentation plan for experiment No. 10âPlan view, Z=20 inches