Pavement Performance of Low Dosage Cement Stabilized Gravel Powder Mixed with Aggregates

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On the basis of test analysis, mix design of cement stabilized gravel powder, cement stabilized gravel powder mixed with 20% aggregates and cement stabilized gravel powder mixed with 40% aggregates were compared, their unconfined compressive strength were tested, and the mixed aggregates ratio and mix design were ultimately determined. The experimental results show that mixing a certain amount of aggregate can reduce cement dose and meet the design strength. Engineering project cost by mixing with a certain amount of aggregate was little higher than that of cement stabilized gravel powder. Comprehensively considering technical and economic factors, the recommended amount of aggregates mixed with 30% and cement dose of 2%.

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David M. Batisdas and Y.Q. Chang

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48-52

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C. Y. Zhuang and Y. L. Ye, "Pavement Performance of Low Dosage Cement Stabilized Gravel Powder Mixed with Aggregates", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 668, pp. 48-52, 2013

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March 2013

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3141/1837-04

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