Full Depth Reclamation

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Full Depth Reclamation Al-Yami, Mohammed Hussain
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efinition of FDR Definition of FDR A method of pavement reconstruction , tilizes the existing asphalt Utilizes the existing asphalt surface and base materials Produces a new stabilized base urse for a wearing surface course for a wearing surface.
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dvantages of FDR Advantages of FDR 1. Use of in-place materials. 2. Little or no material hauled off and dumped. 3. Conserves virgin material. g 4. Saves cost by using in-place materials aves energy 5. Saves energy. 6. Environmentally friendly.
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dditives Additives ome of the commonly used Some of the commonly used recycling agents are: 1. Asphalt emulsion. 2. Portland cement. 3. Lime. 4. Fly ash. 5. Calcium chloride. . oamed asphalt. 6. Foamed asphalt.
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Physical Benefits of FDR ys ca e e s o Increased Rigidity Spreads Loads Eliminates Rutting Below g Surface Reduced Moisture Susceptibility educed Fatigue Cracking Reduced Fatigue Cracking Thinner Pavement Section Delays Reflective Cracking
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What Roads are Candidates for FDR? DR is most appropriate under the FDR is most appropriate under the following conditions: The pavement is seriously damaged and cannot be rehabilitated with simple resurfacing. The existing pavement distress dicates that the problem likely indicates that the problem likely exists in the base or subgrade.
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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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