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Title: User's guide : resin modified pavement
Authors: US Army Center for Public Works.
Facilities Engineering Applications Program (U.S.)
Anderton, Gary L.
Keywords: Asphalt concrete
Cement grout
Composite pavement
Flexible pavement
Open-graded asphalt concrete
Portland cement concrete
Resin modified pavement
Rigid pavement
Issue Date: Mar-1996
Publisher: Geotechnical Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Miscellaneous paper (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) ; GL-96-7.
Description: Miscellaneous Paper
Abstract: Resin modified pavement (RMP) is a composite pavement surfacing that uses a unique combination of asphalt concrete (AC) and portland cement concrete (PCC) materials in the same layer. The RMP material is generally described as an open-graded asphalt concrete mixture containing 25- to 35-percent voids which are filled with a resin modified portland cement grout. The RMP layer is typically 50 mm (2 in.) thick and has a surface appearance similar to a rough-textured PCC. This report includes discussions of the description, applications, benefits, limitations, costs, and recommended uses for RMP. A fact sheet and guide specification are included in the appendices of this report.
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