Section 300 General Specifications for Base and Subbase

Section 316—Cement Stabilized Graded Aggregate Construction Section 412—Bituminous Prime Cement and Blended Hydraulic Cements and Quality Control of Fly Ash and Granulated Blast-Furnace Slag. For base or subbase materials, use 3-wheel rollers on base or subbase materials that have a minimum weight of 10

Midland Asphalt Materials Inc. | Full Depth Reclamation

Mechanical Stabilization (Pulverization) – The existing pavement layers are blended with a predetermined portion of the sub base material using a Reclaimer/ Stabilizer. Mix design may dictate that the addition of aggregate is required.

Evaluation of cement-treated mixtures with slow setting

and lignin derivatives. Among these different stabilizing materials, a cement-treated base (CTB) material has significantly high stiff-ness and strength and exhibits good serviceability and high dura-bility when used for pavement construction. Cement stabilization of soil was first used on a trial basis in 1917, and since then several

Stabilization Potential of Cement Kiln Dust Treated

88] Osinubi, K J and Oyelakin, M A Optimising soil-cement-ash stabilisation mix for maximum compressive strength: A case study of the tropical clay sub-base material stabilised with cement-locus bean waste ash In: Laryea, S., Agyepong, S.A., Leiringer, R. and Hughes, W. (Eds) Procs 4th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER

AltaCrete | Soil Stabilization

The stiffness of a cement-stabilized base acts to distribute loads over a wider area, reducing subgrade stresses and allowing the base to maintain its original grade for many years without costly resurfacing or repairs. Soil-cement does not rut or consolidate. As a cemented material, it does not soften when exposed to water.

Performance and Environmental Evaluation of Stabilized

Feb 14,  · Three different sizes of limestone aggregates, including 5–10 mm, 10–20 mm, and 20–40 mm, were used in both cement- and lime-treated base materials. Three aggregates were preblended based on the mix design before they were mixed with slag and cement/lime. The properties of the aggregate blend

Strength Characterization of Untreated and Cement-Treated

Strength Characterization of Untreated and Cement-Treated Recycled Flex-Base Materials modulus of elasticity were also prepared to facilitate the design of pavement construction in selecting the appropriate aggregate blend and cement content. Recommended. Mix Design of Cement-Stabilized Recycled Aggregate Base Course Material.

Study on the Properties and Mechanisms of a Cement

Apr 20,  · Cement-stabilized aggregate mixture (CSAM) is a typical semi-rigid base material, which is a kind of heterogeneous material with low cement dosage. It is easily causes segregation, crushing, loosening and other defects in the mixing, transportation, paving and rolling stages, but improving the uniformity of the mixture can solve these defects

Full-depth reclamation| Concrete Construction Magazine

Sep 20,  · The old asphalt and base materials are pulverized, mixed with cement and water, and compacted to produce a strong, durable base for either an asphalt or concrete surface. FDR uses the old asphalt and base material for the new roadway base. There's no need to haul in aggregate or haul out old material for disposal.


4-20. Lime-treated gravel with lime fed by screw conveyor. 4-12 4-21. Lime-cement-fly ash aggregate base course. 4-12 4-22. Enclosed soil holds lime for adding to marginal crushed stone base material. 4-12 4-23. Lime slurry pressure injection (LSPI) rig treating a failed highway slope. 4-12 4-24.


Pre-blend the dry required amount of Stabilizer® powder with the proper amount of aggregate in a concrete mixer. Add water to the pre-blended Stabilized Aggregate. Thoroughly moisten mix with 25 to 45 gallons per ton of pre-blended material or to approximately 10% moisture content.