3 edition of Paving with asphalt cements produced in the 1980"s found in the catalog.
Paving with asphalt cements produced in the 1980"s
Jon A. Epps
1983 by Transportation Research Board, National Research Council in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||J.A. Epps, J.W. Button, and B.M. Gallaway ; research sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration.|
|Series||National Cooperative Highway Research Program report,, 269, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 269.|
|Contributions||Button, Joe W., Gallaway, Bob M., American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
|LC Classifications||TE7 .N25 no. 269, TE270 .N25 no. 269|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||84051537|
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Federal Highway This paper summarizes research on the behavior of reformulated asphalt cements (AC) produced by different blending combinations of propane precipitated asphalt (PPA) and other petroleum-based components—soft asphalt residues and furfural heavy oils.
The asphalt cements were tested fresh and under variable aging ://(ASCE)X()(). NCHRP ReportPaving with Asphalt Cements Produced in the s, Epps, Button, and Gallaway, “The physical properties of asphalt cements are more variable than 20 years ago, even though they remain within specification values; but variations in other factors may mask the influence of this variation on pavement performance.” SHRP ASPHALT RESEARCH PROGRAM TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM #4 AN ASPHALT PRIMER: Understanding How the Origin and Composition of Paving-Grade Asphalt Cements Affect Their Performance David R.
Jones, IV, Ph.D. Strategic Highway Research Program The University of Texas Austin, Texas THE ORIGINS OF Asphalt cements/binders (meeting ASTM D or AASHTO M 20, MM ) are the norm for producing asphalt cements commonly used for roadway pavements. Asphalt cements are typically applied as a hot mix (typically at > °F = °C), as the higher temperature aids in better mixing and improved :// Asphalt Paving Materials paving mixes unless an anti-stripping agent is used.
ASPHALT CEMENT Asphalt is produced in a variety of types and grades ranging from hard-brittle solids to near water-thin liquids. The semi-solid form known as asphalt cement is the basic material used in Asphalt Concrete pavements.
Liquid asphalt is produced when mix. Typical conventional asphalt concrete pavement (ACP) mix designs in Alberta are based on end-product specifications. The asphalt cements used on the various projects were A, A, and A penetration-grade asphalt cement.
These are softer asphalt cements than are generally used in those US states that make extensive use of Bythe Seattle Standard Plans and Specifications contained the same definition for asphalt pavement (AC over PCC) but the asphalt binder could be “either a solid natural bitumen or a California oil asphalt that has been in use in the paving industry for at least five (5) years.” Early Asphalt Cements Trinidad Lake :// Asphalt Cement Background Asphalt is a heavy, dark brown to black mineral substance, one of several mixtures of hydrocarbons called bitumens.
Asphalt is a strong, versatile weather and chemical-resistant binding material which adapts itself to a variety of uses. Asphalt binds crushed stone and gravel (commonly known as aggregate) into firm, tough surfaces for roads, streets, and airport :// Paving the Way: Asphalt in America.
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