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Asphalt Materials and Mixtures, 2013: Volume 2.

National Research Council (US) Transportation Research Board
Format
Book
Published
Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2013.
Language
English
Series
Transportation research record
ISBN
9780309286947, 0309286948
Summary
"TRB Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2371 consists of 14 papers that explore pavement with high recycled asphalt content; viscoelastic properties of reclaimed asphalt mixtures; environmental susceptibility of bituminous mastic viscosity; reacted and activated rubber; warm-mix asphalt for heavy traffic airfields; low-temperature performance characterization of biomodified asphalt mixtures; and asphalt mixtures that contain biobinder technologies. This issue of the TRR also examines high reclaimed asphalt pavement mixture properties; a forensic study on the cracking of New Jersey's long-term pavement performance-specific pavement study sections; the estimating of compactability temperatures for warm-mix asphalt; performance enhancement of crumb rubber-modified asphalts; performance characterization of asphalt mixtures at high asphalt binder replacement with recycled asphalt shingles; moisture damage evaluation of asphalt mixes that contain mining byproducts; and the resilient modulus for recycled asphalt pavement applications in base course layers." -- Publisher's description.
Contents
  • Foreword
  • Long-term performance of pavement with high recycled asphalt content: Case studies
  • Influence of Hydrogreen bioasphalt on viscoelastic properties of reclaimed asphalt mixtures
  • Evaluation of environmental susceptibility of bituminous mastic viscosity as a function of mineral and biomass filters
  • Reacted and activated rubber: Elastomeric asphalt extender
  • Assessment of warm-mix asphalt for heavy traffic airfields
  • Low-temperature performance characterization of biomodified asphalt mixtures that contain reclaimed asphalt performance
  • Laboratory evaluation of asphalt mixtures that contain biobinder technologies
  • Effects of changing virgin binder grade and content on high reclaimed asphalt pavement mixture properties
  • Forensic study on the cracking of New Jersey's long-term pavement performance specific pavement study sections
  • Asphalt binder contribution to mixture workability and application of asphalt lubricity test to estimate compactability temperatures for warm-mix asphalt
  • Performance enhancement of crumb rubber-modified asphalts through control of the developed internal network structure
  • Performance characterization of asphalt mixtures at high asphalt binder replacement with recycled asphalt shingles
  • Moisture damage evaluation of asphalt mixes that contain mining byproducts: Results from traditional and fracture energy tests
  • Modeling of the resilient modulus for recycled asphalt pavement applications in base course layers.
Description
vii, 132 pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm.
Notes
  • "A peer-reviewed publication."
  • Includes bibliographic references.
Series Statement
Transportation research record, 0361-1981 ; no. 2371
Transportation research record ; 2371
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