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Evaluation of Asphalt-Rubber Seal Coats and Interlayers for Rehabilitation of Flexible Pavements - Demonstration
Project 37 - Final Report
The Georgia DOT placed an asphalt-rubber seal coat section on SR-37 in Calhoun County and an asphalt-rubber interlayer section on... Read More

Fiber Reinforced Concrete Using Recycled Carpet Industrial Waste and Its Potential Use in Highway Construction
The U.S. carpet industry consumes about 1.2 million tons of fibers annually and about 70% of the carpet produced is for replacement.  The waste generated by the
industry and from used carpet is estimated at about 2 million tons per year, most of which is disposed in landfills at present.  A study was carried...
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Georgia’s Experience with Crumb Rubber in Hot Mix Asphalt
In 1991, Georgia DOT (GDOT) began to evaluate the production and placement of crumb rubber hot mix asphalt.  The crumb rubber mix (CRM) used by GDOT was
produced by adding ground tire rubber to hot mix asphalt using the wet process.  A test section of CRM was placed on I-75 in Henry County, just south...
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Tire Rubber in Asphalt Mixes
The solution to the mounting problem of solid waste disposal in the United States has generated a profusion of innovative ideas regarding the constructive use of waste
material.  Products manufactured from waste...
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