Alexander Brand

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The use of fractionated reclaimed asphalt pavement (FRAP) was investigated as a partial replacement (0%, 20%, 35%, and 50%) of virgin coarse aggregate in a ternary blend concrete containing cement, slag, and fly ash. The results demonstrated that up to 50% FRAP may be feasible in a concrete to meet the Illinois Department of Transportation strength(More)
BACKGROUND Determination of lower limb alignment is a prerequisite for successful orthopedic surgical treatment. Traditional methods include the electrocautery cord, alignment rod, or axis board which rely solely on C-arm fluoroscopy navigation and are radiation intensive. STUDY OBJECTIVES To assess a new augmented reality technology in determining lower(More)
Intelligent compaction is gaining attention for its ability to spatially map the compaction effort of a pavement support layer, and it has also been shown to be able to detect areas of nonuniform compaction, which raises the issue of what the effects of a nonuniform support condition are on the stresses and deflections in a rigid pavement. This study(More)
Few studies have focused on the effect of recycled materials on the concrete slab load capacity. This study used virgin and recycled aggregates—fractionated reclaimed asphalt pavement (FRAP) and recycled concrete aggregate (RCA)—and by-product cementitious materials—ground granulated blast furnace slag and fly ash—to cast and test the load capacity of(More)
The alignment of the lower limb in high tibial osteotomy (HTO) or total knee arthroplasty (TKA) must be determined intraoperatively. One way to do so is to deform the mechanical axis deviation (MAD), for which a tolerance measurement of 10 mm is widely accepted. Many techniques are proposed in clinical practice such as visual inspection, cable method, grid(More)
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