The milled material is then mixed with an asphalt cement and re-laid over the milled road, a process that has been in use for around 30 years elsewhere.
What does AC stand for?
AC stands for Asphalt Cement
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With CIREAM, Villeneuve mills down halfway through the existing asphalt and then processes the material through a screening and crushing machine, before infusing the reclaimed asphalt pavement with the expanded asphalt cement.
Figure 1 on page 32 displays one representation of this trend using the New Jersey Department of Transportation published data on asphalt cement selling prices from suppliers in the northern part of the state.
Foamed asphalt base stabilization, on the other hand, involves using hot, foamed asphalt cement in combination with damp RAP and/or base course aggregates in situ.
Asphalt cement will continue as the dominant asphalt paving product.
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Asphalt pavement can be stockpiled and recycled later by milling into gravel-size chunks, heating, and adding more liquid asphalt cement and aggregate as needed.