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Alaska Soil Stabilization Design Guide

Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities
FHWA-AK-RD-01-6B

Alaska Soil Stabilization Design Guide

by R. Gary Hicks Professor Emeritus Department of Civil Engineering Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 97331-2302

Prepared for State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Research & Technology TransferFairbanks, AK 99709-5399

February 2002

Alaska Soil Stabilization Design Guide

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Alaska Soil Stabilization Design Guide
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R. Gary Hicks, P.E. Professor Emeritus
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Department of Civil Engineering Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 97331
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Alaska DOT&PF Research and Technology Transfer Fairbanks, AK 99709-5399
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This guide presents information on the types of soil stabilization techniques that have or can be used in the state of Alaska. It covers techniques including asphalt, cement, lime, mechanical, chemical, and other methods. For each method there is a discussion on materials and design considerations, construction issues, and expectedperformance and costs. The appendices include a glossary of terms, a reading list on prior stabilization used in Alaska, a discussion on the soils in Alaska, and a slide presentation summarizing the highlights of the guide.

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Soil stabilization, asphalt, cement, lime, chemicals, pavement performance

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Alaska Soil Stabilization Design Guide

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The author wishes to acknowledge the technical support provided by thefollowing ADOT&PF personnel: • Billy Connor and Steve Saboundjian— Research • Leo Woster and Dave McCaleb—Northern Region • Tom Moses, Newt Bingham, Bob Lewis, and Scott Gartin—Central Region • Pat Kemp and Bruce Brunette—Southeast Region They assisted by providing the information needed to evaluate current practices. Thanks also to Peggy Blair of Oregon State University who typed the guidelines. Sueand Russ Mitchell of Inkworks in Fairbanks, Alaska, provided technical editing and layout.

DISCLAIMER
The contents of this report reflect the views of the author, who is responsible for the facts and the accuracy of the data presented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect the official views or policies of Alaska DOT&PF or the Federal Highway Administration. This report does not...
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