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    Flexible Pavement Rehabilitation and Maintenance

    Kartdhal PS, Stroup-Gardiner M
    Published: 1998

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    Current innovative strategies for rehabilitating and sustaining highway facilities. 11 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers examine the following three areas:

    Pavement Evaluation -- One paper focuses on a method to estimate pavement serviceability under different pavement roughness and vehicle conditions. The other paper discusses state-of-the-art pavement structure evaluation methods used in Africa.

    Pavement Rehabilitation -- Topics including glass fiber geogrids, cold in-place recycling alternatives for flexible pavements, ultrathin asphalt coating performance and the use of chip seals on high traffic pavements are explored in five papers.

    Pavement Maintenance -- Four papers discuss the general concept of pavement preventative maintenance, the effectiveness of numerous chip seals compared with a microsurfacing treatment, the competence of combination treatments and field vs.test conditions in bituminous crack sealant evaluation.

    A critical resource for pavement design engineers, road construction and maintenance engineers, asphalt suppliers and contractors, federal, state and local government personnel involved with road and highway maintenance, and asphalt researchers.

    Committee: D04

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1348-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5393-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2492-9