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Title: Optimization of compaction specifications for different pavements layers
Authors: Semmelink, CJ
Groenewald, M
Du Plessis, E
Keywords: Compactability
Dry density
Moisture content
Issue Date: Mar-1994
Publisher: National Department of Transport, South Africa
Citation: semmelink,CJ, Groenewald, m & Du Plessis, E. 1994. Optimization of compaction specifications for different pavements layers. RR 91/189, National Department of Transport, South Africa, pp. 173
Abstract: The report deals with the site investigations in connection with the compaction standards, that is a comparison between actual in situ dry densities achieved compared to specification requirements, for road layer work for the periods 91/92, 92/93 and 93/94. The reasons for the investigation are outlined briefly. This is followed by a brief outline of the site investigation methodology, where after the results of different layer works in the different time periods are discussed. This is followed by conclusions and recommendations.
Description: This report is a publication by the National Department of Transport, South Africa, made available by the CSIR
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3422
ISBN: 1-86844-159-8
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