||Routine Maintenance Uses for Milled Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP).
Estakhri, C. K. ;
Button, J. W. ;
||Texas Transportation Inst., College Station.;Federal Highway Administration, Austin, TX. Texas Div.;Texas Dept. of Transportation, Austin. Transportation Planning Div.
||TTI-2-18-90-1272-1 ;RR-1272-1; FHWA/TX-93/1272-1;
Flexible pavements ;
Recycled materials ;
Highway maintenance ;
Waste utilization ;
Design criteria ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The overall objective of the study was to determine the most economical and effective routine maintenance uses for asphalt pavement millings. Specific objectives include (1) determine existing effective uses of milled RAP, (2) determine effectiveness of new, untried ideas and improvements on existing uses through field experimentation, and (3) provide the Department with a mode of implementation. Most of the uses addressed in the study refer to routine maintenance applications; although other uses were reviewed. Districts were interviewed in Texas and other states to identify current methods for using RAP. The literature was also reviewed to identify new and innovative approaches.
||Sponsored by Federal Highway Administration, Austin, TX. Texas Div., and Texas Dept. of Transportation, Austin. Transportation Planning Div.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Interim rept. Sep 87-Oct 92.
||50C; 50A; 68D; 43G
||PC A08/MF A02