Review for the City of Columbus, Ohio. The pavements consisted of roller compacted concrete (RCC) composite overlaid with hot mixed asphalt (HMA), sections of Portland cement concrete (PCC) slabs overlaid with HMA, and sections of conventional and full-depth HMA.
Source: Michael Darter, Leslie Titus-Glover, ERES
A key to design and construction using RCC is the application of density testing procedures for both laboratory and field density that is representative of in-place conditions. Several test methods developed over the last 20 years are described in this publication.
Source: Portland Cement Association
This thesis on optimizing transverse joints will aim to evaluate existing RCC pavements in service through the use of non-destruction deflective data to estimate the stresses due to a traffic load. Source: Jacob Eskel Hiller, University of Michigan
This RCC report considers the results of experimentation using roller compacted concrete as a road building material, and develops an economic and engineering rationale for using thls new construction material for pavements in Arizona. Source: Arizona State University