Pavement recycling is a technology that can restore the service life of pavement structures and stretch available funding for pavement rehabilitation. In general, pavement recycling techniques remix the existing pavement material and reuse it in the final pavement in the form of a stabilized layer.
Limitations to further widespread implementation of pavement recycling processes have been reported in previous national research efforts. The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's pre-publication draft of NCHRP Research Report 960: Proposed AASHTO Practice and Tests for Process Control and Product Acceptance of Asphalt-Treated Cold Recycled Pavements investigates and recommends a series of tests that could be used for the purpose of implementing rapid quality tests that can be used to assess the time to opening to traffic and time to surfacing a newly constructed recycled layer.
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|Chapter 1 Background||6-12|
|Chapter 2 Research Approach||13-43|
|Chapter 3 Findings and Applications||44-168|
|Chapter 4 Conclusions and Suggested Research||169-170|
|Chapter 5 Training and Implementation||171-173|
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