Appropriate use of natural materials in road

Ulann Baator (Mongolia), 18-21 June 2002

More than 50 delegates from 12 countries participated in this seminar.

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEMINAR (English/ French)

TITLES

PRESENTATIONS

SESSION 1: FREEZE-THAW EFFECTS ON ROADWAYS

1.1

Use of natural marginal materials in roadway construction, Dr Hervé Havard (France)

Paper (French)

1.2

Use of excavated excess soils in earthworks, Akiomi Shimazu (Japan)

Paper

1.3

Applicability of marble quarry waste in pavement layers, Helena Lima (Portugal)

Paper

1.4

Characterisation of materials for embakments on an expressway according to the new PG 3 Specifications, E. Dapena (Spain)

Paper

1.5

The use of cement stabilized soil for low volume traffic in Mongolia, Dr T. Momoi (Japan), Dr Z. Binderya, J. Davaasuren, S. Khasnavch (Mongolia)

English Paper/ French Paper

1.6

On the site experiment for improving pebble cover stability by using soil stabilization solution- Top seal., Mr Ts. Burentogtokh (Mongolia)

Paper

1.7

Use of arid soil as fill embakment, Guy Morel, Dr Hervé Havard, Alain Quibel (France)

Paper

1.8

A framework for the appropriate use of marginal materials, J.R. Cook, C.S. Gourley (England)

Paper

1.9

Use of rock asphalt for road construction, N. Chuluuntulga (Mongolia)

English Paper/ French Paper

SESSION 2: ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION IN EXTREMELY COLD WEATHER

2.1

Frost action considerations in roadway construction, Dr Edward Hoppe (USA)

Paper

2.2

Soil distress originated by seasonal freezing and its influence to the road construction, Dr D. Dashjamts (Mongolia)

Paper

2.3

The role of specific surface area and related index properties in the frost heavy susceptibility of soils, Ross, D. Rieke, Dr Ted S. Vinson (USA)

 

2.4

Freeze-thaw effects on roadways (approach to pavement design with Special Reference to roads in Mongolia), Dr P.N. Kachroo, N.G.K. Raju (India), L. Gombo (Mongolia)

Paper

2.5

The German system of frost protection of roads, Georg Tophinke (Germany)

Paper

2.6

Estimation of effects on the period of exploitation of roads by nature and climate, Dr B.P. Nosov (Russia), Bolormaa (Mongolia)

Paper (French)

2.7

Factors influencing the bridge structure in cold seasons, Dr B. Jambaldorj, S. Khasnavch (Mongolia)

Paper

2.8

The influence of natural factors at the road structure, Dr D. Dorjsuren (Mongolia)

Paper

2.9

Effect of frost on the roads of Swiss Alps, Dr Aurele Parriaux (Switzerland)

Paper

2.10

The issues of frost heave on the design of embakments, J. Davaasuren (Mongolia)

Paper English/ French Paper

SESSION 3: USE OF NATURAL MARGINAL MATERIALS IN ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION

3.1

Fundemental experiments on earthworks in winter, Junichi Nishikawa (Japan)

English Paper/ French Paper

3.2

Characteristics of road maintenance in Mongolian winter conditions, N. Adilbish (Mongolia)

Paper (French)

3.3

Pavement structure in eastern roads in Mongolia, Mr Hara (Japan)

Slides

3.4

Considering the conditions of climate and soil in road and bridge construction work in the example of the road to Undurkhaan, Dr A. Anand (Mongolia)

English Paper/ French Paper

3.5

Roadway construction and maintenance in extremely cold weather, Ram Prakash, Aseem Prabhakar (India)

Paper

3.6

low temperature cracking and rutting in asphalt concrete pavements, Dr Ted S. Vinson, B. Gary Hicks (USA)

 

3.7

Cement stabilization in cold regions, Dr Ted S. Vinson, Dr Edward Hoppe (USA)

 

3.8

Considerations in casting constructional elements of reinforced concrete bridges and affording protection against heavy frost, B. Erkhembayar (Mongolia)

English Paper/ French Paper

3.9

Road rehabilitation projects in Mongolia, Dr Hans Christian Korsgaarg, Peter Burn, Kurt Nielsen (Denmark)

Slides

3.10

Road construction in Yellowstone National Park, Craig Dewey, Dr Edward Hoppe (USA). NOTA: Pictures in the Slides are separate files

Paper/ Slides

3.11

Knowledge and experience with earthworks in cold weather conditions, G. Tophinke (Germany)

Paper

3.12

The use of cold asphalt concrete in Mongolia, Dr D. Gerelnyam (Mongolia)

 

SESSION 4: EROSION CONTROL OF EMBAKMENTS AGAINST AIR AND WATER

4.1

Erodibility factor of local Madrid soils, E. Dapena (Spain)

Paper

4.2

Erosion control measures in roadway construction, Dr Edward Hoppe (USA)

Paper

4.3

Road earthworks in the sand dunes of Mauritania, Dr Hervé Havard (France)

 

4.4

Vulnerability of roads of Swiss Alps to water erosion, Dr Aurele Parriaux (Switzerland)

Paper

SESSION 5: OTHERS

5.1

Implementation of the PIARC HDM-4 programme in Mongolia, B. Oyuntsetseg (Mongolia)

Paper (French)/ Slides (English)

5.2

Public Procurement Law of Mongolia, Manmohan Rupray (Canada)

 

5.3

Some Internet resources for roadway construction, Edward Hoppe (USA)

 

The Seminar