CAEMSComputer-Aided Embarkation Management System
CAEMSCoalition of Advanced Emergency Medical Systems
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When plotted into a graph together with the upper and lower recommended specification limits (upper limit-UL, and lower limit-LL) specified by Nikolaides [11] for comparison, the CAEMs aggregate grading chosen closely follows the lower limit of Nikolaides grading.
The coarse and fine aggregates used for the CAEMs and their properties are given in Table1.
As CAEMs are suitable for low to medium trafficked road, hence the materials were incorporated.
Depending on the material types incorporated, the CAEMs were designated as shown in Table 2.
Mix Design, Compaction, and Curing Procedures for The CAEMs
It ensures that the porosity requirement is met; the retained stability is evaluated at optimum residual asphalt content only, which reduces the number of samples needed; and provides data on the ultimate strength of the CAEMs under full curing conditions.
CAEMs Design Procedure of the Asphalt Institute MS 14, 1989 [5]
CAEMs Design Procedures of the Asphalt Institutes MS 19, 1997 [6]
In this additional procedure, the coated loose CAEMs shall be cured in oven at 60 [degrees]C for 24 hours, and then it is boiled and stirred (with one revolution per second) for three minutes.
CAEMs Design Procedures of the Ministry of Public Works of Indonesia [2]
This is another problem on CAEMs as there is no universally accepted specification available regarding porosity requirements on CAEMs.
In the author's opinion, there is an advantage to adopt a continuously graded aggregate due to its aggregate interlock property that can support the weak early life strength of CAEMs. Continuous grading can also be obtained by using Cooper's Formula [12] as below: