Nondestructive Testing to Identify Delaminations Between HMA Layers, Volume 3 - Controlled Evaluation Reports

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2013-01-01
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Holland, Stephen
Heitzman, Michael
Maser, Kenneth
Tran, Nam
Ceylan, Halil
Brown, Ray
Bell, Haley
Holland, Stephen
Ceylan, Halil
Belli, Kimberly
Hiltunen, Dennis
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Asphalt pavements with delamination problems experience considerable early damage because delaminations provide paths for moisture damage and the development of damage such as stripping, slippage cracks, and pavement deformation. Early detection of the existence, extent, and depth of delaminations in asphalt pavements is key for determining the appropriate rehabilitation strategy and thus extending the life of the given pavement.

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This report is from Nondestructive Testing to Identify Delaminations Between HMA Layers, Volume 3 - Controlled Evaluation Reports, SHRP 2 Report S2-R06D-RW-3, 2013.

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