SEDL / STP / STP774-EB
Extending Aggregate Resources
This publication addresses better utilization of what is available to extend aggregate resources. Several papers contained this volume look into supplementing the supply with another resource. Other papers discuss extending aggregate initially, stabilizing aggregate mixtures, and in general upgrading individual aggregate particles.
Table of Contents
Aggregate-Related Applications for Residues from Fluidized Bed Combustion Boilers
Resource Conservation by Use of Iron and Steel Slags
Economics of Using Incinerator Residue as a Highway Construction Material
Ormsby W., Patankar U., Taylor M.
Beneficiation of Natural Aggregates by Polymer Impregnation
Fontana J., Webster R.
Beneficiation of Marginal Coastal Oregon Aggregates with Cement
Chang C., Hicks R., Vinson T.
Slag Utilization in Pavement Construction
Properties of Marginal Aggregates Treated with Asphalt Emulsion
Evans G., Hicks R.
Potential for Asphalt Stabilized Sand Bases in Texas
Button J., Epps J., Little D.
Meeting Construction Aggregate Fracture Requirements with Natural Product-Sized Material
Sea Dredged Sand for Concrete
Aziz M., Murthy C., Ramaswamy S.
Use of Geotextiles to Extend Aggregate Resources
Lai J., Robnett Q.
Ceramic Roadway Aggregates
Paper ID: STP774-EB
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