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000126365 037__ $$aREP_WORK
000126365 245__ $$aNR2C - New Road Construction Concepts. Work Package 2:   Interurban infrastructures. Concept and design of selected   innovations for interurban infrastructure
000126365 269__ $$a2007
000126365 260__ $$c2007
000126365 336__ $$aReports
000126365 500__ $$aSynthesis Reports NR2C(FEHRL), Deliverable 2.2
000126365 520__ $$aThe highway traffic size and loads have been continuously   increasing all over Europe. At the same time, the   expectations of users have been growing. They need more   safe, durable and comfortable highway surfaces which make   their trips low-cost and do not accept frequent traffic   disturbance due to road maintenance and rehabilitation.  The  obvious answer of the highway engineering to this  challenge  is the continuous development and improvement of  highway  construction, rehabilitation and maintenance  techniques  further. The state-of-the art review of NR2C  Work Package 2  on European highway innovations  (Deliverable 2.1[1]) has  clearly demonstrated the typical  trends of innovative road  construction, rehabilitation and  maintenance which are as  follows: • the use of very high  quality (premium) basic  materials eventually with their  special treatment, • the  establishment of sophisticated  construction, rehabilitation  and maintenance techniques  utilising up-to-date scientific  achievements, • the  development of special measures for  enhancing traffic  safety even in extreme conditions, •  decreasing the whole  life (life cycle) costs of road  pavements by constructing  long-life variants with  infrequent maintenance and  rehabilitation need, and,  consequently, minimal traffic  disturbance, • the wider use  of industrial by-products in  road engineering without  reducing pavement performance, •  the wider use of recycling  (eventually-re-use) of bound  pavement structural layers in  order to reduce the need for  primary basic materials  without jeopardising the  performance of pavements, • giving  priority to low-energy  pavement structural variants  reacting to the ever  increasing energy prices and the  limited availability of  crude oil supplies, • there are  some “blue sky” type  innovations which utilise some new  scientific results  eventually coming from science areas far  away from highway  engineering. (...)
000126365 6531_ $$aRe-use
000126365 6531_ $$aMixes
000126365 6531_ $$aLoading tests
000126365 6531_ $$aCrack-free semi-rigid pavement
000126365 700__ $$0241971$$aBueche, N.$$g136836
000126365 700__ $$aDumoulin, J.
000126365 700__ $$aSedran, T.
000126365 700__ $$aMarchand, J.-P.
000126365 700__ $$aKokot, D.
000126365 700__ $$aKalman, B.
000126365 8564_ $$uhttp://www.fehrl.org/nr2c$$zURL
000126365 8564_ $$s3033207$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/126365/files/D22__Selected_innovations_for_interurban_infrastructure-Synthesis_report%5B1%5D.pdf$$zn/a
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000126365 937__ $$aLAVOC-REPORT-2008-037
000126365 973__ $$aOTHER$$sPUBLISHED
000126365 980__ $$aREPORT