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Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4D: Stabilised Materials
The use of stabilisation technology for stabilising and recycling materials for pavement construction and maintenance is widely accepted as a cost-effective method of improving long‑term performance and reducing whole-of-life costs of modern,…
Design and Performance of Foamed Bitumen Stabilised Pavements
There is a need to improve the Austroads procedures for mix design and structural design of foamed bitumen stabilised (FBS) materials. This final report summarises the mix design test methods developed within the context of an Austroads mix design…
Proposed Procedures for the Design of Pavements on Selected Subgrade and Lime Stabilised Subgrade Materials

The report reviews current Australian and selected international structural design methods for pavements on lime-stabilised subgrade layers. Research to investigate in-service strength and modulus of lime-stabilised materials is also summarised. The…

Guide to Pavement Technology Part 6: Unsealed Pavements
Part 6 of the Guide to Pavement Technology addresses unsealed pavements including operational demands of unsealed road surfaces, pavement configurations, floodways, cuts, fills and mine haul roads, the identification of suitable pavement materials…
Guide to Pavement Technology Part 4L: Stabilising Binder
Stabilisation may be defined as a process by which the intrinsic properties of a pavement material are altered by the addition of a stabilisation binder to meet performance expectations in its operating, geological and climatic environment. Part 4L…
Effect of Design, Construction and Environmental Factors for Long-Term Performance of Stabilised Materials
This technical note covers factors that can be considered in the design process and how they affect the performance of the stabilised materials.
Performance Criteria for Insitu Stabilised Pavements
This technical note outlines those performance criteria used for stabilised pavements in Australia and highlights test variations possible for projects according to their size and traffic volume.