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Infraestructura Vial

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FIGUEROA INFANTE., Ana Sofía  y  FONSECA SANTANILLA., Elsa. Pavement performance with reclaimed asphalt pavement-RAP and recycled tire rubber-RTR. Infraestructura Vial [online]. 2020, vol.22, n.39, pp.20-28. ISSN 2215-3705.

This research shows the results on the flexible pavement performance (rutting and fatigue) using Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement-RAP and Recycled Tire Rubber. The two types of materials are waste that comes from different processes: the first one comes from recycling asphalt pavement and the second from disused tires due to wear and tear of different vehicles. The studies include analysis of the materials in the original condition and a proposal for improving the material, considering the reduced production of greenhouse gases. The product obtained in this project intended to be used in secondary and tertiary roads (rural roads) in Colombia, to improve the connection between agricultural production areas and urban centers in such a way that it contributes to the improvement and development of the competitiveness of these areas.

Palabras clave : RAP; RTR; Fatigue; Rutting; C&DW in roads.

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