2 edition of Asphalt-rubber open-graded friction course, I-5, Vancouver vicinity found in the catalog.
Asphalt-rubber open-graded friction course, I-5, Vancouver vicinity
Keith W. Anderson
|Statement||by Keith W. Anderson ; prepared for Washington State Department of Transportation and in cooperation with U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 7 leaves :|
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The construction of a SAMI normally consists of an asphalt rubber seal coat (Roberts et al., ). The SAMI is constructed between the existing pavement and the HMA overlay. A typical SAMI Vancouver vicinity book of to gal/yd 2 asphalt rubber material along with just enough aggregate (ranging in size from chips to pea gravel or coarse sand) to.
Thus, the governing constitutive equation in uniaxial mode becomes R I = (5) where e R = 1 E R] E[ u J (6) In most cases, the I value remains between and When the I value is significantly out of this range, a re-examination of the data (both the relaxation modulus and test results) is necessary.
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Use free-draining, open-graded material and estimate its permeability (e.g., use Figure ). If possible, sharp, angular aggregate should be avoided. If it must be used, then a geotextile meeting the property requirements for high survivability in Table should be specified.