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Materials and superstructure project ( 5 CFU )
Prof. Gabriele Tebaldi
     Tel. 0521.905906 - Fax. 0521.905924           E-mail. gabriele.tebaldi@unipr.it

Part I: Materials
1-Embankments materials
Soils for embankment: characteristics and typologies
Recycled materials for embankments building: characteristics and typologies
2-Soils stabilization
Lime stabilization: materials, lime characteristics, physical and mechanical characteristics of stabilized soils, mix design
Hydraulic binder stabilization: materials, binder characteristics, physical and mechanical characteristics of stabilized soils, mix design
3-Granular materials
Functional characteristics of aggregates
“Natural” granular materials: characteristics and typologies
“Recycled” granular materials: characteristics and typologies
4-Cement bounded aggregates
Composition and characteristics of cement bounded aggregates mixes
Performance and mix design
Natural bitumens
Modified bitumen
Physical and mechanical characteristics of bitumen and bitumen rheology
Performance characterization of bitumens (SHRP protocol)
6-Bituminous emulsions
Physical and chemical characteristics of bituminous emulsions
Characterization of bituminous emulsions
7-Asphalt concrete
Typologies and composition of asphalt concrete
Performance and mechanic properties of asphalt concrete
Mix design

Part II: Road Construction and Pavement Design
Functional characteristics of embankment sub-grade
Structure and performance of embankments
Methodologies and equipments for embankment construction
Methodologies and equipments for soils stabilization
Quality control methodologies
2-Pavements functional characteristics
Pavements typologies
Vehicle – pavement interaction
Vehicular load: traffic analysis and standard axles
Temperature effect and environmental effects
3-Stress and strains in pavements
Constitutive models and material characterizations
Multilayer system theory
4-Pavement performance
Dynamic creep and static creep
Crack initiation and crack growth
5-Pavement design
AASHTO 2002 Design Guide
Asphalt Institute method
“MnPave method” of Minnesota Department of Transportation
“Bisar method” of Shell Company
6-Methods for asphalt pavement construction
Work organization and practice
Methodologies and equipments for unbound layers construction
Waterproofing and take coat
Asphalt pavement technologies and equipment.
Quality control methodologies

Testi consigliati
Appunti delle lezioni forniti direttamente agli studenti
Yang H. Huang, “Pavement Analysis and Design”, Prentice Hall

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