Roller Compacted Concrete - Grimes Asphalt
Overview Roller compacted concrete (RCC) is a stiff, zero-slump concrete mixture comprised of coarse and fine aggregates, Portland cement, fly ash, and water. Using our vibratory roller equipment and screed technologies, we can place and roller compact RCC pavement in a manner similar to our asphalt pavement construction solutions. During this process, concrete compaction begins 
Roller Compacted Concrete (NRCS-NEDC-000146) | NRCS
Roller Compacted Concrete (NRCS-NEDC-000146) Overview. This course instructs participants in the selection of suitable materials for making roller compacted concrete, design of mixes, batching and mixing of ingredients, quality control and quality assurance testing, conveying/transporting, placing, spreading, compacting, and curing of roller compacted concrete.
Webinar Covers Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) is often referred to as the “third pavement option,” and the factors that make it a versatile, cost-effective paving option also necessitate an understanding of the specific design and construction factors, as well as material considerations.
Pavement design using roller-compacted concrete - Civil
Jan 28, · The repair method chosen consisted of milling out the distressed asphalt and replacing it with 10 inches of roller-compacted concrete (RCC). To provide the desired ride quality for high speed traffic SCDOT chose to diamond grind the RCC surface rather than cover it with a thin asphalt or conventional concrete surface.
Roller Compacted Concrete with Recycled Concrete Aggregate
This research aimed to investigate the mechanical and physical properties of Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) used with Recycled Concrete Aggregate (RCA) as a replacement for natural coarse aggregate. The maximum dry density method was adopted to prepare RCC mixtures with 200 kg/m³ of cement content and coarse natural aggregates in the concrete mixture.
Construction Specification 36—Roller Compacted Concrete
Construction Specification 36—Roller Compacted Concrete 1. Scope The work shall consist of furnishing all materials, tools, equipment, and mixing plant; and performing all labor for the mixing, transporting, forming, placing, compacting, and curing of roller compacted concrete (RCC) as required
Strength properties of roller compacted concrete
The present research is aimed to achieve zero slump concrete (roller compacted concrete) in laboratory environment by using soil approach. Roller compacted concrete (RCC) consists of an mixture of cementitious materials, sand, dense graded aggregates, water. RCC is used mainly for a heavy duty pavement and variety of industrial application.
A compressive strength model for roller-compacted concrete
Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) is typically used in the construction of dams and road pavements since it provides substantial benefits over conventional concrete for the construction of such structures such as faster construction, lower costs of construction and materials, etc. Incorporating fly ash into RCC can further reduce cost of materials and enhance the concrete performances.
RCC Webinar – Questions and Answers
Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) is concrete pavement, placed with high density asphalt type pavers and compacted with vibratory rollers. Very similar in materials and strengths to PCC but placed differently. It is generally comprised of coarse and fine aggregates, water, and cement content of 450 – 550 lbs per cubic yard. Most of
Roller Compacted Concrete - RCC - ASI Construction LLC
Roller-Compacted Concrete Overview RCC is a zero-slump form of concrete, meaning that it has a relatively low moisture content as compared with more conventional slurried (e.g. wet) concrete. Conventional concrete will settle or slump when placed at its intended location, while RCC has an appearance more like soil and will not slump or spread
Roller-compacted concrete pavements
Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) gets its name from the heavy vibratory steel drum and rubber-tired rollers used to help compact it into its final form. RCC has similar strength properties and consists of the same basic ingredients as conventional concrete— well-graded aggregates, cementitious materials, and water—but has diff erent mixture
PDF Utilization of Roller Compacted Concrete for Roadways
Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC) is a no-slump concrete that is compacted by high density pavers and vibratory rollers." -Negative Slump -No reinforcing steel -No finishing -Consolidated with vibratory rollers Concrete pavement placed in a different way!
DTIC ADA402913: Engineering and Design. Roller-Compacted
The purpose of this manual is to provide information and guidance on the use of roller-compacted concrete (RCC) in dams and other civil works structures. Elements discussed include investigation and selection of materials, mixture proportioning, material properties, design and construction considerations, construction methods and equipment
Placement of RCC Roller Compacted Concrete | Contractors
Concrete discharged by belt conveyor or dumper-scrappers is dozed to the required line and level, and thereafter compacted by use of vibratory rollers. Trials are normally done to decide the number of passes of vibratory and non-vibratory rollers to get proper density.
What is Roller Compacted Concrete?
Roller compacted concrete (RCC) contains less water than conventional concrete. It is drier, has a much lower cooling requirement than conventional concrete, and essentially has no slump. RCC is a stiff, relatively dry mix of cement/fly ash, water, sand, aggregate and common additives.
PDF Roller Compacted Concrete - Background to the Development
Roller Compacted Concrete for High Volume Roads AECOM 6 1. Introduction This report provides an overview the technical innovation associated with the introduction of Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) into the Design Manual for Roads and Bridges (DMRB) and Manual of Contract Documents for Highways Works (MCWH) Series 1000, Volumes 1 and 2.
Opportunities with Concrete Pavements
Concrete Alternative • 6-in Unbonded Concrete Overlay on Asphalt • Initial Const = $5,338,308.82 • Rehab & Maint = $1,674,060 • Users Costs = $718,490 • Total Life Cycle Cost = $7,730,858.82 . Bid December as AD/AB. Concrete overlay was $47k lower in Initial cost & $708k Lower in Life Cycle Costs
Experiences with Roller Compacted Concrete in Kansas
Experiences with Roller Compacted Concrete in Kansas By Lisa Harris W hen paving a road or street, two common choices for the material are asphalt and poured concrete. Each material has its pros and cons in terms of cost, maintenance, and longevity. Now, in some parts of Kansas, there is a third option: roller compacted concrete (RCC).
Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement - RCC Pavement Council
Roller Compacted Concrete Pavement, is a type of non-reinforced concrete pavement placed with high density paving equipment and then compacted with vibratory rollers. While the finished product is essentially concrete pavement, the engineering and construction of this pavement is very different from conventional concrete pavement.
RCC Surface Pro
RCC Surface Pro is a new finishing method for roller compacted concrete pavement that offers great durability and uniform aesthetics. It is a carefully balanced, topically applied admixture designed specifically for Roller Compacted concrete that allows the concrete to be troweled smooth, with enough cement paste to accept a traditional concrete broom finish.
RCC Solutions - MEKA Concrete Plants
MB-195RCC model, which is a stationary concrete batching plant that is specially designed for production of RCC (Roller Compacted Concrete), is designed for maximum capacity, flexibility, efficiency and reliability for producing of RCC along with all types of high quality concretes in mass production. Due to longer mixing periods and low slump
PDF Construction Techniques for Roller-Compacted Concrete
Roller-compacted concrete (RCC) is a new material that uses a construction technique that applies the material property theories of both soil mechanics and concrete. The resulting product is a construction material with the strength character is tic of conventional concrete. Because RCC is a new material, the
Properties, materials and durability of rolled compacted
Keywords: roller-compacted concrete, pavement, properties, materials, durability. 1. INTRODUCTION Roller compacted concrete (RCC) is a stiff, zero-slump mixture. The material prepared as a dry concrete is transported by dump trucks to the manufacturing laid in layers by grader or similar construction equipment and the compaction
PDF) A Case Study On Zoning And Construction Of Roller
Roller compacted concrete dam (RCC)  r e f e r s t o t h e dam ma de of dry concrete, with essential ly no slump, which is spread in layers a nd then compacted by rollers.
Built Expressions Bangalore :: Roller Compacted Concrete-RCC
Roller Compacted Concrete- RCC . And a Case Study- Ghatghar Dam Project. Bharathi Ganesh, Dr. H. Sharada Bai. Concrete is an important construction material since Roman times [the Colosseum is largely built of concrete and the concrete dome of the Roman Pantheon is the world's largest non-reinforced concrete Dome structure).
Roller Compacted Concrete Mix Design and Properties of RCC
Oct 21, · Roller Compacted Concrete Mix Proportioning Method I of making roller compacted concrete: Uses the principles of soil compaction to produce a lean RCC, where the optimum water content of the concrete is the one that produces the maximum dry density of the mixture.