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Design, construction, and maintenance guidelines for porous asphalt pavements Moore, Lucinda M ; Hicks, RG ; Rogge, David F

By: Moore, Lucinda MContributor(s): Hicks, RG | Rogge, David FPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2001Description: 1778, s. 91-9Subject(s): USA | Porous asphalt | Flexible pavement | Mix design | Pavement design | Construction method | Quality assurance | Compaction | Maintenance | Performance | Gap graded aggregate | | Noise | | | 32 | 33 | 70Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1778Location: Abstract: Oregon has been using open-graded hot mix on its roadway system since the late 1970s. Because of the performance of these early jobs (and the continued good performance of these mixes), open-graded hot mix has been the preferred choice for a surface course on Oregon highways. The following are described with respect to the use of these mixes in Oregon: historical perspective; design, including mix and structural design; construction, including quality control/quality assurance considerations; and maintenance and rehabilitation practices with porous pavements. The continued success of the use of these materials from both a performance and a public acceptance standpoint indicates they will be the pavement of choice in Oregon for the foreseeable future.
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Oregon has been using open-graded hot mix on its roadway system since the late 1970s. Because of the performance of these early jobs (and the continued good performance of these mixes), open-graded hot mix has been the preferred choice for a surface course on Oregon highways. The following are described with respect to the use of these mixes in Oregon: historical perspective; design, including mix and structural design; construction, including quality control/quality assurance considerations; and maintenance and rehabilitation practices with porous pavements. The continued success of the use of these materials from both a performance and a public acceptance standpoint indicates they will be the pavement of choice in Oregon for the foreseeable future.

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