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Pavimentos de Hormigón Con Bajo Nivel de Ruido (Pavement Note 003) [Spanish, español]

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Texturizado Suave, Seguro, Duradero y Rentable (LDNG) Las administraciones que gestionan infraestructuras viarias quieren pavimentos con bajo coste de construcción inicial, bajo coste de mantenimiento, buena resistencia al deslizamiento, especialmente en clima húmedo 1, buen confort y calidad de conducción y bajo nivel de ruido. El LNDG cumple con cada...

ASCP Forum – October 20 2020


Presentations from ASCP Forum - October 20 2020. Tim Nash - Partnering for innovative solutions in concrete paving Luc Ramalinga - Airport Infrastructure - From History to the Future Ben Wade - ISCA Net Zero

Airport Infrastructure – From History to the Future


Luc Ramalinga presents on Airport Infrastructure - From History to the Future. Objective of this Presentation: - Give an insight of how a client approaches airport pavement management - The History of Airport Pavements - The Impact and Opportunities of COVID-19 - Future Research Opportunities

New Developments in Rapid Set Concrete Slab Replacements

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Current and future eras are seeing an operational environment where road occupancy for pavement maintenance or repairs will be severely restricted under conditions of maximising availability for service traffic and access to roadside properties. A key driving force for concrete pavement slab replacement, where required, is the need to use...

Latest Developments for Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) in USA

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Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) is a no slump concrete that is placed by a high density paver and compacted with vibratory rollers similar to asphalt pavement construction. RCC has long history of good performance as a pavement for ports, container yards and manufacturing plants. This paper will summarise a recent...

Pavement Design Methodologies for Port and External Heavy Duty Pavements

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There are few methodologies for the structural pavement design of port and external heavy duty pavements. Traditionally, the pavement design of heavy-duty pavements has been considered a high risk area due to the high proportion of failures and their cost implications (operational and repair). Due to the lack of specific...

Geopolymer and High Volume Fly Ash Concrete for Pavements

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Much interest has been shown in improving the sustainable performance of concrete. The use of cement replacement materials and geopolymer concrete offers benefits in terms of reduced carbon footprint and enhanced properties. This paper reviews the properties of geopolymer concrete and concrete with high levels of cement replacement materials relevant...

Innovation allowing more paving time ….and less of everything else

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Innovation Allowing More Paving Time....and less of everything elsePresented byJohn EisenhourNational Sales ManagerGuntert & Zimmerman How to be Successful at Concrete Paving Today You Must... Get it Smooth the First Time Get it Smooth the First Time Get in, Get Out and Stay Out! Get in, Get Out and Stay...

Use of Manufactured Sand in Concrete Pavement

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Recent research by the Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) focused on the selection of manufactured sands for general concrete applications and for concrete road pavements. Selected manufactured sands can be used as part of the fine aggregates to deliver workable concrete for general applications and to provide good skid...

Implications of Using Manufactured Fine Aggregates in Concrete Pavements

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The International Center for Aggregates Research has been performing research on the use of manufactured fine aggregates (MFA) for over 15 years. The first issue was the high amounts of micro fines, i.e. minus 75 μmm, that typically exceed the amounts permitted by ASTM C33 in the production of concrete....

Use automated paving guidance systems (APGS) – Course RIIRCP311A


Use automated paving guidance systems (APGS)  - This unit covers the use of automated paving guidance systems (APGS) in the control of concrete paving operations in the civil construction industry. It includes planning, preparing, setting-up, operating and shutting down operations for APGS. Licensing, legislative, regulatory and certification requirements that apply...

Purpose and Goals of the New European Concrete Paving Association (EUPAVE)


This presentation outlines the history of concrete pavement associations in Europe and the informed rationale behind the formation of EUPAVE. Please note this presentation is in .pps format