https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/issue/feed The Asian Review of Civil Engineering 2022-01-04T10:15:41+0530 S.Saroshkumar editor.trp@trp.org.in Open Journal Systems <p>The Asian Review of Civil Engineering is a half-yearly, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical papers, applied papers, review papers, and case studies on all fields of civil engineering.</p> https://ojs.trp.org.in/index.php/tarce/article/view/3043 The Effect of Compaction Effort on Fatigue Performance of Cold Emulsified Bitumen Mixes with Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement 2022-01-04T10:15:41+0530 P. Naveen naveenpotharaju1@gmail.com Sarella Chakravarthi ss@nitw.ac.in S. Shankar ss@nitw.ac.in Raj Kumar ss@nitw.ac.in R. Vishnu ss@nitw.ac.in <p>During the service period, flexible pavements tends to produce series of distresses, such as rutting, cracking, pothole, etc. When the distresses are severe, the best method is to recycle the distressed layer using stabilizers like emulsified asphalt or some additives and that layer can be used as a base\sub base or surface course based on the purpose. The milled material is known as Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) and the application of emulsified asphalt comes under cold mix asphalt technologies. This can help to create a cleaner production including lesser usage of natural aggregates and lower carbon emissions. Compaction is one of the significant factors in order to prevent premature failures and for better performance of the mix. A properly compacted base develops adequate density and strength; the present study investigated the influence of compaction effort on the fatigue performance of Emulsified Asphalt Treated Bases (EATB). The performance indicators include Indirect Tensile Strength (ITS), Resilient Modulus (MR), and fatigue characteristics. Finally, the study developed the models between ITS and MR for different fluid contents.</p> 2021-11-05T00:00:00+0530 Copyright (c) 2021 The Asian Review of Civil Engineering