TM 5-826-6/AFR 93-5
Figure A-115. High severity settlement, case 2
(3) Counting procedure. In counting settlement, a fault between two slabs is counted as one slab (fig. A-116).
A straightedge or level should be used to aid in measuring the difference in elevation between the two slabs.
Figure A-116. Counting procedure for settlement or faulting.
bb. Shattered slab/intersecting cracks, distress 72.
(1) Description Intersecting cracks are cracks that break the slab into four or more pieces due to overloading
and/or inadequate support. The high severity level of this distress type, as defined below, is referred to as shattered slab If
all pieces or cracks are contained within a corner break, the distress is categorized as a severe corner break.
(2) Severity levels.
(a) Low severity level (L). Slab is broken into four or five pieces with some or all cracks of low severity
(figs. A-117 and A-118).