Redevelopment of Aggregate and Rock Quarries: No Longer Just a Hole in the Ground
Redevelopment of former sand and gravel (aggregate) and rock quarries can be challenging, often requiring developers, quarry operators, planners, and engineers to work in tandem. As urban and suburban...

Pervious Concrete
Pervious concrete consists of a hydraulic cementitious binding system combined with an open-graded aggregate to produce a rigid pavement with typically 15% to 25% interconnected void space....

Alternative Technologies
In recent years, new permeable pavement product variations have entered the market. This chapter describes general characteristics for several emerging products. The following types of...

Grid Pavement
Open grid pavements consist of concrete or plastic units with large surface openings filled with a permeable joint material, typically small aggregate (ASTM No. 8 or No. 89), sand, or...

Pavement Base Reinforcement with Geogrids — Modeling the Aggregate Interlock Mechanism

Evaluation of Geopier Rammed Aggregate Piers by Geopier Foundation Company
Final Report
Prepared by the Highway Innovative Technology Evaluation Center (HITEC). This report describes a HITEC evaluation designed to determine the basic capabilities...

Tire Derived Aggregate -- A New Geomaterial for Your Toolbox

History of Hot Mix Asphalt Mixture Design in the United States
Asphalt has been used as a construction material from the earliest days of civilization, but though it has long been used as a waterproofing material in shipbuilding and hydraulics, its...

Under the Microscope
Forensic engineering is typically more complex than engineering design because it requires the integration of specialized knowledge of materials science, structural analysis and design,...

Reactive Aggregate Overlooked

Short Aggregate Piers Reinforce Soils Near Tunnels

Design of Hybrid High-Performance Concrete and Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Sandwich Panels

Concrete with Recycled Materials as Coarse Aggregates: Shrinkage and Creep Behaviour

Testing and Evaluation of Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA) as Mixture and Base Material

Use of Large Stones as Coarse Aggregates in Portland Cement Concrete Mixtures for Pavements

Constructibility of Polymer-Modified Asphalt Aggregate Mixtures in Alaska

Crushed Hydrated Fly Ash as a Construction Aggregate
Hydrated fly ash (HFA) is being produced in Texas by first adding water to Class C fly ash and allowing it to hydrate in curing pits for several weeks. HFA typically attain unconfined...

Repeated Loading of Stabilized Recycled Aggregate Base Course
The fatigue behavior, resilient properties, and progressive accumulation of damage due to repeated flexural loads on a fiber-reinforced pavement base course material composed of cement-stabilized...

Fourier Morphological Descripters of Aggregate Profiles

Prediction of Aggregated-Scale Coastal Evolution





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