influence of feasibility and accesseibility for flexible pavement by using natural fibres
Prasen Gandhi,  Khushboo Mehta,  Priyank Shah
Now a days, for the purpose of better transportation, good quality and higher ultimate strength of pavement is necessary. In our research work, we will try to make the subgrade processing higher strength, lesser thickness and economical cost oriented with using high efficient natural fibres like jute fibre. For the flexible pavement, optimum jute fibre content of 3%, 5%or 7%with different length of 12 and 18 mm will be analysed by various laboratorical test. The required replacement material are easily available, environmental friendly, economical and easy to use. In any type of pavements a weak subgrade results in greater thickness layer, so that the stress on the subgrade are inconstant with their load carrying capacity. To obtain the required strength and increase the life span of the pavement marshal stability and mix design will be adopted. The focus of the research work is to utilize the strength of stabilized flexible pavement with using lesser base material, environmental friendly, economical and higher strength able jute fibres with different length and sizes.
Keywords- ultimate strength, natural fibres, flexible pavement, jute, sustainability
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Prasen Gandhi,  Khushboo Mehta,  Priyank Shah,   "influence of feasibility and accesseibility for flexible pavement by using natural fibres"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.4, Issue 2, pp.1313-1317, May 2016, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR1602233.pdf