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Long-Life Surfaces for Busy Roads

FREEDownload : Long-Life Surfaces for Busy Roads

Long-Life Surfaces for Busy Roads by european conference of ministers of transport
English | 2008 | ISBN: 9282101584 | 186 Pages | PDF | 9 MB
Table of Content : Foreword Acknowledgements Abstract Key Messages Executive Summary 1. Background Report 2. Key Findings of Phase I Study 3. Mandate, Scope, and Organisation of the Work

Long-Life Surfaces for Busy Roads
4. Epoxy Asphalt: Testing and Test Results 5. High Performance Cementitious Material: Testing and Test Results 6. Performance Assessment and Extrapolation of Results 7. Future Research and testing 8. Construction issues, Economic Aspects and Risk Assessment 9. Phase III Trials 10. Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations Appendix A -A1. Laboratory and Field Performance Histories of United States and New Zealand Reference Materials -A2. Manufacturers' Recommendations for Acid-Cured Epoxy Asphalts -A3. Methods for Evaluating Curing Characteristics -A4. Binder Rheological Properties at Difference Ageing Conditions -A5. Mixture Properties Appendix B. General Long-Term Needs in Pavement Research Appendix C. Laboratory Test Reports Published on the Joint Transport Research Centre Website Annex A. List of Abbreviations Annex B. List of Working Group Members
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Mission: Cook!: My Life, My Recipes, and Making the Impossible Easy

Mission: Cook!: My Life, My Recipes, and Making the Impossible Easy by Robert Irvine, Brian O'reilly
2007 | ISBN: 0061237892 | English | 320 pages | PDF | 6 MB
Robert Irvine has led a one–of–a–kind life. He joined the merchant marine as a teenager, and would go on to become a cook in the Royal Navy where he happened to befriend a man named Prince Charles. Since then, Chef Robert has gone on to cook for presidents, prime ministers, royalty and celebrities.

It's been a remarkable life and career, ranging from cooking on the beaches of Yemen for thousands of refugees to making a seven–course meal for First Lady Laura Bush and her friends on an aircraft carrier.

Trained by the best European chefs, Robert also shares his cooking philosophy, his best recipes and tips on how to add that special twist to any dish.

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