Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation
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Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation

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Main Contents of Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering PDF

  • Structural Performance of Thin Asphalt Pavement Under Accelerated Pavement Testing
  • Performance Measures and Evaluation of Asphalt Pavements Using the Internal Roughness Index
  • Design of Planar Geosynthetic-Improved Unpaved and Paved Roads
  • Investigation of Moisture Content-Induced Variations in Unbound Aggregates Resilient Modulous Through Suction Stress Concept
  • Laboratory Evaluation on the Mechanical Properties of Asphalt Concrete Incorporating Industrial Waste
  • The Relationship Between Freeze-Thaw Resistance and Pore Structure of Concrete
  • Additives for Soil-Cement Stabilization
  • Tube Suction Test for Evaluating Moisture Susceptibility Resulting from Calcium Chloride
  • Critical Load of Subsoil Considering Poisson’s Ratio
  • Heat Transfer Capacity of Heat Exchanger Piles in Soft Clay
  • An Empirical Study on the Estimation of Soil Properties of Loess Ground After Dynamic Compaction 
  • Theoretical Background of Axis-Radiate Infinite Element with Its Applications in Foundation Analysis
  • Influence of Features of Natural Soft Clay on Embankment Behavior
  • Influence of Fracture Filling on Mechanical Behavior of Loess
  • One-Dimensional Consolidation of Soft Ground with Impeded Boundaries Under Depth-Dependent Ramp Load
  • Remote Monitoring and Early Warning System for Subway Construction
  • Research on the Influence of the Rotation of Principle Axis of Stress to the Constitutive Relation Soil
  • Settlement Analysis of Embedded Foundation Resting on Elastic Soil
  • Study on the Mechanism of Expansive Soil Slope Failure and Numerical Simulation
  • Time Effect on Bearing Capacity of Jacked Piles Using the Back-Analysis Method

Preface to Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering PDF

Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation select 20 papers that represent the latest developments in the application of soil, rock, and paving materials to the study and application of geomechanics and transportation geotechnology.

Many of the selected papers were presented at the 1st International Symposium on Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation Infrastructure sponsored by the Nanchang Hangkong University.

And the International Association of Chinese Infrastructure Professionals (IACIP) in co-operation with ASCE, which occurred from June 5–7, 2011 in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, China. Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation

The papers were selected based on their relevance to the geotechnical and transportation geotechnology.

Presented within the Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation Geotechnical Practice Publication (GPP) are papers that examine the use of waste in pavement structures, thus attracting one of the many sustainable elements of pavement design.

Studies of the pavement structure beginning with the inclusion of chemical additives in soil subgrade, the use of geogrid reinforcement in unpaved and paved roads, to the surface roughness of asphalt mixtures, and the freeze-thaw performance of concrete are reported.

Also showcased herein are mathematical models that simulate various geotechnical problems. Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation

Various soil types are evaluated and discussed for common problems and design inputs used in practice such as slope failure, consolidation, and embankment behavior.

An early warning system for subway construction is also exhibited. One or more reviewers along with the editors evaluated each paper published in this ASCE Geotechnical Practice Publication.

All published papers are eligible for discussion in the Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering and the Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering and are eligible for ASCE awards.

The editors would like to thank Mr. Ken Fishman and the Geo-Institute for their vast assistance with this publication. 

Due thanks are also given to Ms. Donna Dickert from ASCE publications. Appreciation is given to those who helped assist in the editing duties of this publication.

Without their assistance, this publication would not be possible.  Base materials considered in this APT experiment include two stabilized BCS and one foamed asphalt treated mixture.

BCS is Blended Calcium Sulfate, a by-product material from hydrogen fluoride production. Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation.

A large amount of BCS material is available in Louisiana as well as in other states (Zhang and Tao 2003). The major engineering concern for using raw BCS as a pavement base material is its moisture susceptibility.

Water entering a raw BCS base can cause both short-term construction and long-term durability problems due to dilation. Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation

To improve its water resistance, raw BCS was stabilized with different stabilization agents (lime, cement, fly ash, and furnace slag) in a laboratory study at LTRC (Zhang and Tao 2003).

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