ACI PRC-325.10-95: Report on Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavements (Reapproved 2001) - Spanish Language
325.10RS-95 Pavimentos de concreto compactado con rodillos (reaprobada en 2001), versión en español

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This report covers the present state of the art for roller-compacted concrete pavements. It contains information on applications, material properties, mix proportioning, design, construction, and quality control procedures. Roller-compacted concrete use for pavements is relatively recent and the technology is still evolving. The pavement consists of a relatively stiff mixture of aggregate, cementitious materials and water that is compacted by rollers and hardened into concrete.

Keywords: Aggregates; cements; compaction; concrete construction; concrete durability; concrete pavements; consolidation; curing; construction joints; density; mixing; placing; Portland cement; roller compacted concrete, strength.


Document Details

Author: Translated by: ICCYC

Publication Year: 2014


Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Background

Chapter 3 - Materials

3.1 General

3.2 Aggregates

3.3 Cementitious materials

3.4 Water

3.5 Admixtures

Chapter 4 - Mixture proportioning

4.1 General

4.2 Proportioning by evaluation of consistency tests

4.3 Proportioning by soil compaction methods

4.4 Fabrication of test specimens

Chapter 5 - Engineering properties

5.1 General

5.2 Compressive strength

5.3 Flexural strength

5.4 Splitting tensile strength

5.5 Modulus of elasticity

5.6 Fatigue behavior

5.7 Bond strength

5.8 Durability

5.9 Summary

Chapter 6 - Thickness design

6.1 Basis for design

6.2 Design procedures

6.3 Multiple-lifts considerations

6.4 Pavement design considerations

Chapter 7 - Construction

7.1 General

7.2 Subgrade and base course preparation

7.3 Batching, mixing and transporting

7.4 Placing

7.5 Compaction

7.6 Joint construction

7.7 Curing and protection

Chapter 8 - Inspection and testing

8.1 General

8.2 Preconstruction inspection and testing

8.3 Inspection and testing during construction

8.4 Post construction inspection and testing

Chapter 9 - Performance

9.1 General

9.2 Surface condition

9.3 Skid resistance

9.4 Surface smoothness

9.5 Roughness

9.6 Freeze-thaw durability

9.7 Load transfer

Chapter 10 - Research needs

Chapter 11 - References


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