The use of cement bound material roadbases in flexible composite pavements in the United Kingdom is limited by the reflective cracking that occurs due to thermal shrinkage. Induced cracking is intended to diminish the effect of reflective cracking, thus enabling the thickness of the flexible layers to be reduced and consequently increase the competitiveness of flexible composite pavement due to initial construction cost savings and increased pavement life. This report presents an update on current worldwide research on the subject.
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Number of pages: 25
Weight: 150 g
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