ME Design Approach for HMA Overlaid PCC Pavements

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2005-08-01
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Mathews, Reshma
Kota, Tejeswi
Gopalakrishnan, Kasthurirangan
Coree, Brian
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Ceylan, Halil
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Institute for Transportation
InTrans administers 14 centers and programs, and several other distinct research specialties, and a variety of technology transfer and professional education initiatives. More than 100 Iowa State University faculty and staff work at InTrans, and from 200 to 250 student assistants from several ISU departments conduct research while working closely with university faculty. InTrans began in 1983 as a technical assistance program for Iowa’s rural transportation agencies.
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Highway pavements of portland cement concrete (PCC) type usually deteriorate due to distresses caused by a combination of traffic loads and weather conditions. The need for repair or rehabilitation depends on the type and level of distress. Repair and rehabilitation activities are carried out to extend the service life of the existing pavements. As total reconstruction is very expensive and time-consuming, rehabilitation is frequently considered to be a better alternative.

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RESEARCH PROJECT TITLE: Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements Utilizing Rubblization and Crack and Seat Methods

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