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LABORATORY TESTS FOR PREDICTING COARSE AGGREGATE PERFORMANCE IN ONTARIO
Coarse aggregates used in granular base and asphaltic and portland cement concrete must be sound and capable of withstanding the prevailing environment. In Canada, aggregates must be frost resistant.Expand
THE MICRO-DEVAL ABRASION TEST FOR COARSE AND FINE AGGREGATE IN ASPHALT PAVEMENT
Aggregates used in asphalt pavement must be strong and long lasting to withstand processing, hauling, placement, traffic loading and weathering. The abrasion resistance and durability of aggregatesExpand
Design and Construction of a Pervious Concrete Pavement
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) designed and constructed its first pervious concrete pavement in 2007. The pervious concrete pavement serves as a commuter parking lot located adjacent toExpand
A More Sustainable Unshrinkable Fill
The Ministry of Transportation, Ontario (MTO) developed a research project to study the use of reclaimed concrete aggregate (RCA) as a more sustainable and economical method for unshrinkable fillExpand
Development of a Mortar Abrasion Test for Fine Aggregates and Wear Resistance of Concrete Pavements - Paper
The cost-effective design of a rigid pavement with exposed Portland cement concrete (PCC) must take into consideration the on-going life cycle costs of maintaining adequate macrotexture andExpand
Controlling Large Rockfalls on Steep Slopes, the Kama Bluffs Experience
This paper will discuss how, over the last few decades, the Ministry of Transportation personnel had observed sporadic, large scale rockfall events originating from an igneous rock mass formingExpand
Use of Processed Tear-Off Roof Shingles to Improve Performance of Roadbase Materials
This paper presents the results of a research project that focused on evaluating the potential use of processed tear-off shingles in road works. The project was conducted in attempts to promoteExpand
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