An Experimental study on stabilization of the sub base layer by the use of Bitumen emulsion
sub-base layer, bitumen emulsion, stabilization, road construction, mechanical properties, laboratory testing.
This experimental study aims to investigate the effectiveness of bitumen emulsion in stabilizing the sub-base layer of road construction. The sub-base layer plays a crucial role in providing structural support and preventing deformation of the road surface. In this research, bitumen emulsion is introduced as a stabilizing agent to enhance the mechanical properties of the sub-base layer. The study involves laboratory testing of different sub-base materials treated with varying concentrations of bitumen emulsion. The mechanical characteristics, including strength, durability, and moisture susceptibility, are evaluated through standard testing procedures. The experimental results will provide insights into the optimal dosage of bitumen emulsion required for achieving the desired stabilization effects. The findings of this research have implications for the improvement of road construction practices, especially in areas where sub-base layer stability is a critical factor. The use of bitumen emulsion as a stabilizing agent offers a potential sustainable solution, contributing to the longevity and performance of road infrastructure.
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Unique Paper ID: 162246

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 9

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