Geology and Properties of Earth Materials, 2015


TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2510, explores 11 papers related to geology and properties of earth materials in the transportation sector, including:

  • Assessment of Retaining Wall Inventories for Geotechnical Asset Management
  • Rock Slopes Asset Management: Selecting the Optimal Three-Dimensional Remote Sensing Technology
  • Historical Analysis of Tunnel Approach Displacements with Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Resilient Modulus of Fine-Grained Soils for Mechanistic–Empirical Pavement Design
  • Effects of Particle Size and Fines Content on Thermal Conductivity of Quartz Sands
  • Incorporating the Effect of Moisture Variation on Resilient Modulus for Unsaturated Fine-Grained Subgrade Soils
  • Modified Unconfined Compression Testing System to Characterize Stress–Strain Behavior of Unsaturated Soils at Low Confining Stresses
  • Model for Seasonal Variation of Resilient Modulus in Silty Sand Subgrade Soil: Evaluation with Falling Weight Deflectometer
  • Frost Depth: General Prediction Model
  • Seasonal Effects on a Low-Volume Road Flexible Pavement
  • Climate Projections for Transportation Infrastructure Planning, Operations and Maintenance, and Design

Read TRR No. 2510

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