Author : National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board
Release Date : 2001
Pages : 184 pages
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Download and Read Geomaterials 2001 PDF by National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board Full Book and published by . This book was released on 2001 with total page 184 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Transportation Research Record 1757 contains the following papers: PART 1 - Performance and Evaluation of Cementitious Stabilized Materials contains the following papers: In situ monitoring of lime-stabilized subgrade (Boardman, DI, Glendinning, S, Rogers, CDF and Holt, CC); Performance evaluation of recycled and stabilized bases in Texas (Syed, IM and Scullion, T); Evaluation of structural contribution of lime stabilization of subgrade soils in Mississippi (Yusuf, FA, Little, DN and Sarkar, SL); Ultrasonic testing for evaluation of stabilized mixtures (Yesiller, N, Hanson, JL, Rener, AT and Usmen, MA); PART 2 - Chemical and Mechanical Stabilization contains the following papers: Evaluation of chemical modifiers and stabilizers for chemically active soils-clays (Petry, TM and Das, B); Mechanisms of soil stabilization with liquid ionic stabilizer (Katz, LE, Rauch, AL, Liljestrand, HM, Harmon, JS, Shaw, KS and Albers, H); Design and installation of horizontal wick drains for landslide stabilization (Santi, PM, Elifrits, CD and Liljegren, JA); Methodology for improving weak foundations by lateral consolidation (Chang, DT, Chang, JC, Chang, JY); PART 3 - Behavior and Performance of Granular Base Materials contains the following papers: Permanent deformation behavior of granular materials and the shakedown concept (Werkmeister, S, Dawson, AR and Wellner, F); Cross-anisotropic characterization of unbound granular materials (Adu-Osei, A, Little, DN and Lytton, RL); Stress path testing for proper characterization of unbound aggregate base behavior (Chou, FJ and Tutumler, E); Assessment of performance specification approach for pavement foundations (Frost, MW, Fleming, PR and Rogers, CDF); PART 4 - Effect of Aggregate Structure on Asphalt Concrete contains the following papers: Discrete element modeling of asphalt concrete : microfabric approach (Buttlar, WG and You, Z); Computer simulation of statistical characterization of aggregate inhomogeneity in asphalt concrete (McCuen, RH, Azari, H and Shashidar, N); Distinct element method for study of failure in cohesive particulate media (Ullidtz, P); PART 5 - Aggregate Characteristics and Performance contains the following papers: Evaluation of dolomite and related aggregates used in bituminous overlays for Indiana pavements (West, TR, Choi, JC, Bruner, DW, Park, HJ and Cho, KH); Correlation of fine aggregate imaging shape indices with asphalt mixture performance (Masad, E, Olcott, D, White, T and Tashman, L); Characterizing alkali-silica reactivity of aggregates using ASTM C 1293, ASTM C 1260, and their modifications (Touma, WE, Fowler, DW, Carrasquillo, RL, Folliard, KJ and Nelson, NR).