Road Pavement Material Characterization and Rehabilitation
Edited by Wynand Steyn, Ph.D.; Kim Jenkins; and Mansour Solaimanian, Ph.D.
Geotechnical Special Publications (GSP) GSP 191
2009 / 214 pp.
Soft Cover - In Stock
$60.00 List / $45.00ASCE Member
Stock No. 41043 / ISBN: 9780784410431
Proceedings of 2009 GeoHunan International Conference, Challenges and Recent Advances in Pavement Technologies and Transportation Geotechnics, held in Changsha, Hunan, China, August 3-6, 2009. Hosted by Changsha University of Science and Technology, China. Sponsored by Geo-Institute of ASCE, USA; Asphalt Institute, USA; Central South University, China; Chinese Society of Pavement Engineering, Taiwan; Chongqing Jiaotong University, China; Deep Foundation Institute, USA; Federal Highway Administration, USA; Hunan University, China; International Society for Asphalt Pavements, USA; Jiangsu Transportation Research Institute, China; Korean Institute of Construction Technology, Korea; Korean Society of Road Engineers, Korea; Texas Department of Transportation, USA; Texas Transportation Institute, USA; and Transportation Research Board, USA
This Geotechnical Special Publication contains 26 peer-reviewed papers showcasing recent developments and advancements in geotechnical and pavement engineering and offering insights into future directions for geoengineering in the 21st century.
GSP 191 covers advances in roadway and pavement maintenance and management. The papers in this volume gracefully balance theoretical analyses and practical applications. The five major topics analyzed include:
- advances in laboratory characterization of pavement materials
- forensic studies
- rehabilitation strategy selection and preventative maintenance treatments
- roadway widening
- stabilization, recycling, foamed bitumen and emulsion, granular materials
This publication will be valuable to pavement engineers, researchers, and practitioners in providing improved road pavement infrastructure. Geotechnical professors and students, design engineers, contractors, and others involved in geotechnical engineering will also benefit.