SHRINKAGE COMPENSATED CEMENT IN CEMENT STABILIZED BASE COURSE

THIS INTENT OF THIS STUDY WAS TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTIVENESS HIGHWAY STRUCTURES, ARE OFTEN SUBJECTED TO BOTH AXIAL AND STABILIZATION TO REDUCE PAVEMENT SURFACE CRACKING IN A BITUMINOUS PAVED ROAD. THE PERFORMANCE OF ROADWAY SECTIONS THIS STUDY, CURRENTLY AVAILABLE CRITERIA FOR PREDICTING THE THE UPPER FIVE INCHES OF A SOIL AGGREGATE BASE COURSE WAS II PORTLAND CEMENT IN A SIMILAR MANNER. THE ROADWAY LOAD RESPONSE OF STIFF CLAYS. A FULL-SCALE INSTRUMENTED YEARS. FOR VISUAL OBSERVATIONS, THERE APPEARED TO BE NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THE ROADWAY SECTIONS WITH REGARD TO SURFACE CRACKING. IT WAS CONCLUDED REPETITIVE LOADING IN LABORATORY TRIAXIAL COMPRESSION TESTS. IN REDUCING SURFACE CRACKING WHEN USED FOR BASE STABILIZ- CORRELATED. /NTIS/ ECTIONS WERE KEPT UNDER SURVEILLANCE FOR APPROXIMATELY TWO

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Contract 930-060
  • Corporate Authors:

    Rept No Hpr 63 Final Rpt

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Media Info

  • Pagination: 30 p.

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 00206530
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Federal Highway Administration
  • Files: TRIS, USDOT
  • Created Date: Jul 22 1974 12:00AM