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Structural Characteristics of Unbound Aggregate Bases to Meet AASHTO 2002 Design Requirements: Interim Report
This report gives the results of a study of the properties of unbound aggregate base materials using both laboratory testing data from full scale field tests in Illinois, Georgia, and Texas, and a model of cross-anisotropic ...
Characterization of Unbound Granular Layers in Flexible Pavements
The mathematical characterization of unbound granular materials should ideally be based on the behavior of the individual constituent elements and their interaction. Until particulate mechanics are developed to a level ...
Field Validation of the Cross-Anisotropic Behavior of Unbound Aggregate Bases
The ICAR Research Project 502 has focused on determining structural considerations of unbound aggregate pavement layers for a proper representation in the new AASHTO Pavement Design Guide 2002. The research team developed ...