Reflective Cracking in Pavements: State of the Art and Design Recommendations
This book forms the Proceedings of the Second International RILEM Conference held in Liege in March 1993. It follows the successful first conference held in 1989 and focusses on two main topics: the current state of the art of reflective cracking in highway and other pavements, and design recommendations for field applications. As well as more than 50 international contributions on individual projects, a series of keynote papers are included.
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2-6 Boundary Row aggregate application asphalt concrete asphalt layer asphalt overlay Asphalt Pavements asphalt surfacing Assessment beam behaviour binder content bitume bitumen bitumineux bituminous mix cement bound chaussées chip seal concrete pavement construction crack propagation cracked pavements Cracking in Pavements curve cycles damage deformation Degeimbre developed Edited by J.M. effect elastic emulsion evaluation fatigue fibers figure finite element FN Spon fracture mechanics Francken geogrid geosynthetics geotextile glass fabric grid interface interlayer J.M. Rigo joints jute laboratory tests liant Liège load transfer London SE18HN material measured membrane method modulus movements nonwoven overlay thickness overlayer pavement structure paving fabric performance polymer polypropylene pre-cracking procedure reflective cracking remontée des fissures resistance RILEM roadbase samples semi-rigid shear shrinkage simulation slabs sprayed stiffness strain stress intensity factor subgrade surface dressing Table tack coat technique temperature tensile strength tensile stresses test sections traffic loads wearing course width