Field and Laboratory Investigations for Full Depth Reclamation Projects

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Author(s):

S.D. Sebesta, T. Scullion, C.K. Estakhri

Publication Date:

March 2011

Abstract:

Full-depth reclamation (FDR) offers a timely, cost-effective solution to restore a pavement's condition. However, FDR represents only one technique in the engineer's toolkit available for addressing deteriorating pavement conditions. The purpose of this project is to provide guidance on determining whether a pavement is a candidate for FDR and, if so, what design, construction, and inspection processes will maximize the performance of the completed reclamation. This report presents initial recommendations for selecting a candidate FDR project and developing design options (including field sampling and lab design protocols). Along with a literature review, these recommendations are illustrated by application on several projects in TxDOT's Austin and Dallas Districts.

Report Number:

0-6271-1

Keywords:

Full Depth Reclamation, Full Depth Recycling, FDR, Ground Penetrating Radar, GPR, Pavement Recycling

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Document/Product: http://tti.tamu.edu/documents/0-6271-1.pdf

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