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Technology of Using Milling Asphalt Mixture in the Local Roads

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In order to study using milled asphalt pavement material in the local roads. The paper summarized the information, studied the asphalt recycling mechanism, analyzed hot in-place recycling (HIPR), hot mixing plant recycling (HMPR), cold in-place recycling (CIPR) and cold mixing plant recycling (CMPR), combined with low-grade road status, selected suitable regeneration mode for low-grade roads. The result of the test showed that different contents of the old recycled material effects the road performance of recycled asphalt mixture.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2012

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