Development of a test procedure for water sensitivity of asphalt concrete mixtures
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Development of a test procedure for water sensitivity of asphalt concrete mixtures by Saleh H. Swailmi

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Asphalt concrete -- Testing.,
  • Pavements, Asphalt concrete -- Testing.

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Statementby Saleh H. Al-Swailmi.
The Physical Object
Pagination301 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages301
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15182598M

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APPLICATION OF QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIFICATIONS FOR ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXTURES – used in conjunction with and supplement Part V of the Louisiana Standard Specifications for Roads and Bridges for the design, production, and placement of Asphalt File Size: 2MB. Saleh H. Swailmi has written: 'Development of a test procedure for water sensitivity of asphalt concrete mixtures' -- subject(s): Asphalt concrete, Asphalt concrete Pavements, Pavements, Asphalt. This test is appropriate only for asphalt concrete, hot-rolled asphalt, and stone mastic asphalt mixtures. Test conditions: (i) 6 specimens with a diameter of ± mm and a height of ± mm (ii) 4 temperatures 0°C, +10°C, +15°C, +20°C, and +30°C (iii) Device—universal servohydraulic testing Author: Jan Mikolaj, Frantisek Schlosser, Lubos Remek, Martin Pitoňák, Juraj Šrámek. The third objective was to evaluate open-graded\ud mixtures and rubber modified mixtures for water sensitivity using the ECS.\ud The ECS test results indicate that performance ranking of mixtures by asphalt\ud type or aggregate type alone cannot be made for the ECS test results due to the\ud significant interaction between asphalt and aggregate.

Conditioning procedures for the indirect tensile testing were soaking only and soaking plus freezing. Test results indicated that the mineralogy of aggregate is a dominant factor in determining the susceptibility of asphalt concrete mixtures for water damage. Other factors such as conditioning procedure and source of asphalt are of less importance. Later, a continuum model and a concomitant test methodology are used to measure healing characteristics in asphalt mixtures that are independent of the testing conditions, sensitive to the duration of the rest period during which healing occurs, and sensitive to the . Al-Swailmi, S. and R. L. Terrel. â Evaluation of Water Damage of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Using the Environmental Condition- ing System (ECS).â Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists, Vol. 61, , pp. â Advanced Testing and Characterization of Bituminous Materials, Two Volume Set - CRC Press Book Bituminous materials are used to build durable roads that sustain diverse environmental conditions. However, due to their complexity and a global shortage of these materials, their design and technical development present several challenges.

Committee on Characteristics of Bituminous Paving Mixtures To Meet Structural Requirements.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:datePublished\/a> \" \/span>\" ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Methods of predicting and controlling moisture damage in asphalt concrete \/ Robert P. Lottman, Larry J. White, Douglas J. Frith. Improved Conditioning and Testing Procedures for HMA Moisture Susceptibility 1 2The primary conclusion from the Phase I study was that the dynamic modulus test was the most suited of the three simple performance tests for possible use with the ECS in an im- proved moisture sensitivity test. Development of A Test Procedure for Water Sensitivity of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures," (). Dynamic Response of Paving Materials,".   The equipment consists of a system applying a cyclic load on samples in which water can be forced through. The assessment procedure is based on the indirect tensile strength test after the conditioning method, from which the concept of the Damage Rate as an indicator for classifying the durability of mixtures against moisture damage, was by: 3.