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Traffic compaction of asphalt concrete surface courses
The subject of this thesis is the compaction of asphalt concrete surface courses occurring under the action of normal traffic with special reference to the behaviour of the high stability materials commonly used in New Zealand. A survey is made of the relevant characteristics of asphalt concrete and of the stresses and temperatures which exist in the surface course during trafficking. A modestly-sized full-scale pavement testing track was designed and constructed. The track had a concrete basedoi:10.26021/10273 fatcat:lt24kywyozcqpoo5dvtaqreg3y