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Discarded Tires in Highway Construction
Concurrently, the large quantity of discarded passenger tires constitutes a costly ecological problem in this country.  Various methods have been developed to utilize
this waste...
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Discarded Tires in Highway Construction - Construction Report
This report covers the construction of two stress-absorbing membrane interlayer (SAMI) projects in Pennsylvania.  The SAMI material consisted of either an AC-20 or
H-1 class asphalt with 33 percent granulated, reclaim rubber added.  Different contractors, using slightly...
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Interim Corrective Skid Resistance Treatments on I-83 - Final Report
The purpose of this project was to evaluate the performance of open-graded asphalt friction courses using ID-2 as a control material.  The project was located on I-83
in Cumberland and York Counties...
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Use of Devulcanized Tire Rubber/Plastic Modified Asphalt Cement in Hot-Mix Asphalt - Final Report for Phase I
In this study, the effects of the crumb rubber modifiers manufactured by different processes on the performance-related properties of selected asphalt cement binders
were evaluated.  The study focused on crumb rubbers manufactured by three different processes from whole passenger tires with a maximum...
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