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Large-scale studies to evaluate the resilient modulus of geocell-reinforced pavement

April 1st, 2019 / By: , , , / Feature

The 2017 ASCE report card (ASCE 2017) on civil infrastructure assigned grade “D” for America’s roads, and this rating necessitates the adoption of more sustainable and resilient approaches in design and construction of transport infrastructures such as highway embankments and pavements. Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) material has been considered as one of the sustainable options […]

 

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One response to “Large-scale studies to evaluate the resilient modulus of geocell-reinforced pavement

  1. You indicate in Figure 6 that the response is dependent upon the gradation of the RAP. It is indicated that R2 is finer than R1. However, no further gradation information is provided. Would gradation curves be available to allow further evaluation?

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