Pavement constructions

Layer location and differences in relation to traditional solutions

WIDER RANGE OF APPLICATIONS

Stabilization which permanently increases the resistance of the soil to capillary water absorption is fundamentally different from traditional stabilization with cement or road binder. In spite of the fact that the application processes of chemical additives on the construction site are very similar, in the end the soil material with different properties and physical parameters is obtained. These differences result in a different work characteristic of the layer, which results in more possibilities of locating the layer in pavement construction.

Stabilization with hydrophobic additives is classified as a flexible layer and allows for a wider range of applications, including direct laying of layers from asphalt mixtures on stabilized layer.

DESIGN PROCESS

Each pavement construction is designed individually

TRAFFIC LOAD ESTIMATION

SOIL AND WATER CONDITIONS ANALYSIS

FATIGUE LIFE CALCULATIONS

PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

EQUIVALENT PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTIONS

Thinner construction but with maintained fatigue life

16 cm - ASPHALT MIX LAYERS

20 cm - AGGREGATE LAYER WITH AN ADDITIONAL STRESS REDUCTION FUNCTION

30 cm - CEMENT STABILIZATION DESIGNED FOR THE REQUIRED COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH

Traditional construction

Construction with additives

14 cm - ASPHALT LAYERS (REDUCED THICKNESS )

35 cm - STABILIZATION WITH A HYDROPHOBIC ADDITIVES WITH REQUIRED R, S AND E COEFFICIENTS VALUES (NO AGGREGATE LAYER REQUIRED)