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Geotechnical and geoenvironmental properties of recycled construction and demolition materials in pavement subbase applications
AbstractA comprehensive laboratory evaluation of the geotechnical and geoenvironmental properties of five predominant types of construction and demolition (C&D) waste materials was undertaken in thisExpand
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Recycled crushed glass in road work applications.
A comprehensive suite of geotechnical laboratory tests was undertaken on samples of recycled crushed glass produced in Victoria, Australia. Three types of recycled glass sources were tested beingExpand
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Environmental risks of using recycled crushed glass in road applications
Recycled crushed glass is the main by-product of the glass recycling industry. Insufficient knowledge of the geotechnical characteristics of recycled glass and its environmental risks are the primaryExpand
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Recycled construction and demolition materials in permeable pavement systems: geotechnical and hydraulic characteristics
Abstract Permeable pavements are increasingly being used as urban stormwater management systems. Permeable pavement systems enable stormwater to infiltrate through the pavement surface and into theExpand
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Physical properties and shear strength responses of recycled construction and demolition materials in unbound pavement base/subbase applications
Abstract Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials are increasingly used as construction materials in engineering applications. Their usage currently includes applications such as pavements, groundExpand
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Suitability of recycled construction and demolition aggregates as alternative pipe backfilling materials
This research was undertaken to investigate the suitability of recycled construction and demolition materials as alternative pipe backfilling materials for stormwater and sewer pipes. Three commonlyExpand
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Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement and Recycled Concrete Aggregate Blends in Pavement Subbases: Laboratory and Field Evaluation
In recent years, efforts have been made to incorporate reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) into pavement base or subbase applications by means of cement binder stabilization. This approach, however, mayExpand
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Recycled-glass blends in pavement base/subbase applications: Laboratory and field evaluation
AbstractThis paper presents the findings of a field and laboratory evaluation on the use of recycled glass blends as unbound pavement base/subbase materials. The parent recycled aggregates studied inExpand
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Spent coffee grounds as a non-structural embankment fill material: engineering and environmental considerations
In recent years, research into the engineering properties of highly organic materials have been undertaken to determine their engineering properties when used as road embankment fill materials. AExpand
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Calcium carbide residue: Alkaline activator for clay–fly ash geopolymer
Abstract Calcium Carbide Residue (CCR) and Fly Ash (FA) are waste by-products from acetylene gas and power plant production, respectively. The liquid alkaline activator studied in this research is aExpand
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