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The performance grade asphalt repair composition, commonly known as induction hot mix asphalt (iHMA), successfully repairs potholes even in freezing temperatures.
Performance grade asphalt repair composition, commonly known as induction hot mix asphalt (iHMA), is removed from its portable container into the repair location.
Technicians remove induction hot mix asphalt (iHMA) material containing steel particles from the induction unit capable of heating the asphalt to 300 degrees in under five minutes.
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center's Construction Engineering Research Laboratory celebrates 50th year
Lab advances understanding of cold impacts on insulated pavements at Fort McCoy
Lab advances understanding of cold impacts on insulated pavements at Fort McCoy

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Water Recover Patent awarded to Construction Engineering Research Laboratory team
11/29/2021
Creating an energy-efficient invention to recover clean water for Soldiers in austere environments proved worthy of US Patent 11,029,044, “High Volume Air Stream Water Recovery System,” awarded in...
ERDC working to address energy and water resiliency
11/19/2021
The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) is working to develop an Installation Energy and Water Plan (IEWP) to address resiliency for water and energy security at the ERDC...

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