Chip Seal Best Practices
Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Jan 1, 2005 - Asphalt emulsion mixtures - 111 pages
TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 342: Chip Seal Best Practices examines ways to assist in the development and implementation of pavement preservation programs by identifying the benefits of using chip seal as part of a preventive maintenance program and by highlighting advanced chip seal programs in use around the world. The report includes approximately 40 best practices in the areas of chip seal design methods, contract administration, equipment practices, construction practices, and performance measures. According to the report, the increased use of chip seals for maintenance can be a successful, cost-effective way of using preventive maintenance to preserve both low-volume and higher-volume pavements.
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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
I3 CHAPTER THREE CHIP SEAL DESIGN
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