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Title: Carbonation of lime and cement stabilized layers in road construction
Authors: Netterberg, F
Paige-Green, P
Keywords: Lime
Cement
Stabilization
Durability
Carbonation
Issue Date: Apr-1984
Publisher: Soil Engineering Group and National Institute for Transport and Road Research
Citation: Netterberg, F and Paige-Green, P. 1984. Carbonation of lime and cement stabilized layers in road construction. April 1984, pp 13
Abstract: The problem of deterioration of lime, lime-slag and cement stabilized pavement layers during curing, before sealing and in service is partly ascribed to carbonation of the stabilizer during curing and subsequent exposure to the atmosphere before sealing. The surface disintegration problem can be prevented by better construction practices. However, the long term durability of cementation appears to be in question and further research is urgently needed.
Gov't Doc #: RS-3/84
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1384
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