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Rubblize to Rehabilitate – West Virginia

Through the monitoring of pavement conditions in West Virginia, the DOH has documented that the warranty pavements, using rubblization, are out-performing traditional full depth new construction pavements.

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WisDOT Facilities Development Manual Chapter 14.25 Concrete Pavement Rubblization

The purpose of this procedure is to provide guidance on rubblization of concrete pavement.

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Airport Pavement Rehabilitation: Rubblization of Deteriorated Concrete Pavement

Presentation

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Antigo Construction Family of Companies Airfield Rubblization Projects

List of projects

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WisDOT Specification 335 Rubblized Pavement

Wisconsin DOT concrete rubblization specification.

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Highway Rubblization Projects with Concrete Overlays by State, 1999 – 2018

List of projects

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Interstate Highway Rubblization Projects by State, 1996-2018

List of projects

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Non-Destructive Modulus Testing and Performance Evaluation for Asphalt Pavement Reflective Cracking Mitigation Treatments

Four treatments were evaluated to determine their effectiveness in mitigating reflective cracking via non-destructive FWD tests and Surface Wave Method tests to measure layer modulus, along with field pavement performance surveys.

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Mechanistic Design Data from ODOT Instrumented Pavement Sites – Phase 1 Report

This investigation examined data obtained from three previously-instrumented pavement test sites in Oregon. Data processing algorithms and templates were developed for each test site that facilitated full processing of all the data to build databases representing each site. Investigation of site data found that most of the collected data could be successfully processed and observed trends in the data were as expected (e.g., seasonal changes affected pavement response). The location that compared rubblized base to aggregate base clearly demonstrated the effect of the rubblized base through a 50% reduction in strain at the bottom of the asphalt layer.

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Mechanistic Design Data from ODOT Instrumented Pavement Sites – Phase II Report

This investigation examined data obtained from three previously-instrumented pavement test sites in Oregon. Data processing algorithms and templates were developed for each test site that facilitated full processing of all the data to build databases representing each site. Investigation of site data found that most of the collected data could be successfully processed and observed trends in the data were as expected (e.g., seasonal changes affected pavement response). The location that compared rubblized base to aggregate base clearly demonstrated the effect of the rubblized base through a 50% reduction in strain at the bottom of the asphalt layer. Further investigations of the data may be warranted and user's guides provided in this report will enable those investigations to proceed by ODOT staff.

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Repair of the Surface of Concrete by Crushing Hammer (Rubblizing)

Article on rubblization in Poland from the technical journal DROGOWNICTWO (Highway Engineering).


- Content in Polish language.

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