Stabilization of an Airport Subgrade using Hydrated Lime and Fly Ash

Tony L. Beckham & Tommy C. Hopkins
A 457-m (1,500-ft) runway pavement extension is planned for the Georgetown-Scott County Airport (Marshall Field). The clay subgrade of the existing paved runway was stabilized with six percent (dry weight) hydrated lime. A request was made by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Division of Aeronautics, to determine the feasibility of replacing a percentage of the hydrated lime stabilizer with fly ash for the extended runway subgrade. Kentucky Highway Investigative Task No. 27 was issued by the...
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