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BP08 - Stabilised soils as a subbase or base for road and other pavements.pdf Mar 08 2011 639.3 KB Click to download this file
Stabilised Soils as subbase or base for road and other pavements
Gives guidance on the two-stage stabilisation of cohesive soils, such as clay, using limed followed by cement, pfa and/or ggbs to produce a strengthened sub-base or base. Covers specification, site investigation, mix design, construction and testing.
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BP13 - Cement and other hydraulically bound mixtures.pdf Mar 08 2011 1.21 MB Click to download this file
Cement and other hydraulically bound mixtures
Describes the European standard BS EN 14227 issued in November 2004 that covers hydraulically bound mixtures for road and other pavements. Explains how the new mixtures compare with those specified for use before that date and gives guidance on their selection and specification.
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BP14 - Immediate trafficking of cememnt bound materials.pdf Mar 08 2011 752.9 KB Click to download this file
Immediate trafficking of cement bound materials
Reviews the results of a joint Highways Agency/Britpave project to examine the immediate trafficking of a range of cement bound materials. The report identifies those mixtures that can be trafficked early and those that require a curing period.
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BP16 - Guidelines for stabilisation of sulfate-bearing soils.pdf Mar 08 2011 661.9 KB Click to download this file
Guidelines for stabiliastion of sulfate-bearing soils
Explains the mechanisms that cause sulfate heave. Recommends methods for sampling and testing for sulfates and sulphides and describes measures to minimise the risk of sulfate-induced disruption.
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BP26 - HBM and stabilisation 1 - Parking areas and hardstandings.pdf Mar 08 2011 2.93 MB Click to download this file
HBM and stabilisation 1 - Parking areas and hardstandings
Provides design and specification guidelines for clients, designers and contractors wishing to use hydraulically bound mixtures for parking areas and hardstandings. Also covers mixture design, construction and control testing and includes a useful glossary of terms.
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BP27 - HBM and stabilisation 2 - Residential and commercial road pavements.pdf Mar 08 2011 2.69 MB Click to download this file
HBM and stabilisation 2 - Residential and commercial road pavements
Provides design and specification guidelines for clients, designers and contractors wishing to use hydraulically bound mixtures for residential and commercial road pavements. Also covers mixture design, construction and control testing and

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BP28 - HBM and stabilisation 3 - Heavy-duty paving.pdf Mar 08 2011 2.38 MB Click to download this file
HBM and stabilisation 3 - Heavy-duty paving
Provides design and specification guidelines for clients, designers and contractors wishing to use hydraulically bound mixtures for heavy-duty paving in areas subject to wheel/axle loading in excess of that permitted on public roads. Also covers mixture design, construction and control testing and includes a useful glossary of terms.
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BP47 - Soil Stabilisation Guidelines - New Edition.pdf Mar 08 2011 3.64 MB Click to download this file
Soil stabilisation - Guidelines for best practice
Provides details of the activities, standards and records needed for a successful soil stabilisation project. It outlines the responsibilities of the project designer, manager, stabilisation contractor and testing laboratory, and provides a breakdown of the process from ground investigation trials and determination of design properties to site works, control and testing. Highlighted within the guidance are hte necessary record procedures and advice comments based upon real life experience of soil stabilisation projects.