6506-24 - Full Depth Reclamation Definition Construction...

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Construction Methods and Equipment From “Pavement Recycling Guidelines for State & Local Governments” by NCAT Definition Recycling Method Where All of Asphalt Pavement Section and a Predetermined Amount of Underlying Materials are Treated to Produce a Stabilized Base Course. Advantages ± Pavement Structure (Especially Poor Base) Improved Without Significantly Affecting Pavement Geometry ± Eliminates Ruts, Rough Areas, and Potholes and Restores Desired Profile ± Eliminates Alligator, Transverse, Longitudinal and Reflection Cracking ± Provides a Uniform Pavement Structure Advantages (continued) ± Frost Susceptibility may be Improved ± Low Production Cost ± Conservation of Materials and Energy ± No Air Quality Problems Main Steps ± Pulverize Existing Pavement ± Introduce Additive and Mix ± Shape the Mixed Material ± Compact ± Apply a Wearing Course Multiple-Step Sequence: Different Machines involved for Different Operations ± Ripping or Scarifying (Motor Grader or
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course CGN 6505 taught by Professor Mang during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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