Full-Depth Reclamation using Portland Cement: A Study of Long-Term Performance

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Full-Depth Reclamation (FDR) with cement is a procedure where failed asphalt pavements are pulverized and reclaimed, using cement to stabilize the recycled materials and create a new pavement base. This cementstabilized base is then surfaced to provide an new, long-lasting pavement structure. This report summarizes the long-term performance of pavement construction projects where the FDR with cement process has been used. The actual field performance of more than 75 projects in eight states were evaluated. The average project age was 9 years, and the oldest was 26 years. Applies to: Highways, Streets & Roads
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