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Environmental Monitoring and Performance Evaluation of Roller-Compacted Concrete Pavement: Conley Terminal, Boston, Massachusetts
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
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Roller-compacted concrete RCC is a construction material that combines the features of the cement-treated aggregate base, portland cement concrete PCC and asphalt pavement technologies. RCC is constructed by placing a zero-slump portland cement concrete mixture by means of a heavy asphalt paver, and compacting it with several passes of a vibrating roller. Large quantities of concrete can be placed quickly with a minimal amount of labor and equipment. No forms are needed and finishing operations are not required. These result in savings of approximately 30 over pavements built with conventional methods.
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