This spreadsheet provides an easy to use tool to develop RCC Mix Designs following the Soil Compaction Method. It allows you to evaluate multiple aggregate combinations and then helps you incorporate the information obtained from the Modified Proctor to develop the Final Mix Design.
Over the years, roller-compacted concrete (RCC) has been used successfully for the construction of industrial pavements such as log sort yards, military hard stands, or container yards …
Source: Portland Cement Association
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has placed thousands of square yards of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) over the past several years, including on Georgia interstate shoulders. Source: Cement Promotion Association’s Spotlight
RCC quality control and quality assurance requires extensive testing of individual ingredients – aggregates, cementitious materials, water, and admixtures; and testing of the RCC mixtures to determine the properties of fresh and hardened RCC.
Source: RCC Pavement Council
The Central Freight Terminal is located in Austin, Texas. The RCC pavement at the Central Freight yard has provided 29 years of good service with low maintenance under heavy traffic on highly challenging soils.
A presentation from the Louisiana Transportation Center to characterize the fresh and hardened RCC properties as well as the load carrying capacity of the differing RCC sections of see thin RCC Results under accelerated loading tests. Source: Louisiana Transportation Center