Asphalt Paving Technology 2016

Volume 85, Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT)

Edited by: Eugene L. Skok

978-1-60595-404-2, ©2017, 903 pages, 6×9, HC book/CD-ROM


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  • Technical reports on the mixing, testing, and applications of modified asphalts
  • Information for improving asphalt properties and performance in transportation
  • Special section on balanced mix designs in U.S. states
  • New test methods for mixes, cracking, rheology

This annual serial contains 31 research reports on advances in asphalt technology, including asphalt mixes, test methods and pavement performance. Tests investigate the long-term behavior of asphalt and asphalt mixes, as well as shear and rheological properties. Lab tests, along with new models, are correlated with empirical data from in-service asphalts. Different mixtures containing re-refined engine oil bottoms (REOB) and glass geogrid binders are analyzed. A special feature of this volume is an extensive discussion of the manufacture and application of balanced mix designs, which are being developed to better conform to state government specifications. The analysis includes information from contractors and transportation specialists from Texas, Louisiana, Illinois and New Jersey.

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TECHNICAL SESSIONS

 

  • Long-Term Aging of Asphalt Mixtures

FAN YIN, EDITH ARÁMBULA-MERCADO, AMY EPPS MARTIN, DAVID NEWCOMB and NAM TRAN

  • Evaluation of Asphalt Mixture Laboratory Long-Term Aging Methods for Performance Testing and Prediction

MICHAEL D. ELWARDANY, FARHAD YOUSEFI RAD, CASSIE CASTORENA and Y. RICHARD KIM

  • Selection and Preliminary Evaluation of Laboratory Cracking Tests for Routine Asphalt Mix Designs

FUJIE ZHOU, SOOHYOK IM, SHENG HU, DAVID NEWCOMB and TOM SCULLION

  • Uniaxial Shear Tester—Test Method to Determine Shear Properties of Asphalt Mixtures

JOSEF ZAK, CARL L. MONISMITH, ERDEM COLERI and JOHN T. HARVEY

  • Correlating Field Performance to Laboratory Dynamic Modulus from Indirect Tension and Torsion Bar

SHU YANG, ANDREW BRAHAM, SHANE UNDERWOOD, ANDREW HANZ and GERALD REINKE

  • Laboratory Performance of Re-Refined Engine Oil Bottoms (REOB) Modified Asphalt

THOMAS BENNERT, CHRISTOPHER ERICSON, DARIUS PEZESHKI, EDWARD HAAS, ROSTYSLAV SHAMBOROVSKYY and RONALD CORUN

  • Performance Evaluation of REOB Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures

XINJUN LI, NELSON GIBSON, ADRIAN ANDRIESCU and TERENCE S. ARNOLD

  • Using Binder and Mixture Space Diagrams to Evaluate the Effect of REOB on Binders and Mixtures after Aging

WALAA S. MOGAWER, ALEXANDER AUSTERMAN, IMAD L. AL-QADI, WILLIAM BUTTLAR, HASAN OZER and BRIAN HILL

  • Effect of Rejuvenator on Performance Characteristics of High RAP Mixture

NAM TRAN, ADAM TAYLOR, PAMELA TURNER, CHRISTOPHER HOLMES and LAURENT POROT

  • Asphalt Mixtures Containing RAS and/or RAP: Relationships amongst Binder Composition Analysis and Mixture Intermediate Temperature Cracking Performance

SAMUEL B. COOPER, JR., IOAN NEGULESCU, SREELATHA S. BALAMURUGAN, LOUAY MOHAMMAD, WILLIAM H. DALY and GAYLON L. BAUMGARDNER

  • Size Effect in Asphalt Mixture at Low Temperature: Type I and Type II

AUGUSTO CANNONE FALCHETTO, MICHAEL P. WISTUBA and MIHAI O. MARASTEANU

  • Fundamental Evaluation of Moisture Damage in Warm-Mix Asphalts

LORENA GARCIA CUCALON, EMAD KASSEM, DALLAS N. LITTLE and EYAD MASAD

  • Investigation of Binder Aging and Mixture Performance in In-Service RAP Mixtures

STACEY D. DIEFENDERFER, BENJAMIN F. BOWERS and HARIKRISHNAN NAIR

  • Use of Performance Based Testing for High RAP Mix Design and Production Monitoring

ANDREW HANZ, ERVIN DUKATZ and GERALD REINKE

  • Forensic Laboratory Tests to Evaluate Long-Term Performance of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavements: Connecticut Case Study

ILIYA YUT, JAMES MAHONEY and ANNE-MARIE MCDONNELL

  • Performance-Space Diagram for the Evaluation of High and Low Temperature Asphalt Mixture Performance

WILLIAM G. BUTTLAR, BRIAN C. HILL, HE WANG and WALAA MOGAWER

  • A Novel Back-Calculation Approach for Determining the Rheological Properties of RAP Binder

CHIARA RICCARDI, AUGUSTO CANNONE FALCHETTO, PIETRO LEANDRI, MASSIMO LOSA
and MICHAEL P. WISTUBA

  • Relaxation Spectra of Asphalt Binders and the Christensen-Anderson Rheological Model

DONALD W. CHRISTENSEN, DAVID A. ANDERSON and GEOFFREY M. ROWE

  • A Mixture-Based Black Space Parameter for Low Temperature Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt

DAVID J. MENSCHING, GEOFFREY M. ROWE and JO SIAS DANIEL

  • Effect of Asphalt Binder Modification Type on Low Temperature Performance Determined Using Asphalt Concrete Cracking Device (ACCD)

SANG SOO KIM, MOSES AKENTUNA, MUNIR NAZZAL and ALA ABBAS

  • Evaluation of the DC(T) Test in Discerning the Variations in Cracking Properties of Asphalt Mixtures

PHILLIP B. BLANKENSHIP and ALIREZA ZEINALI

  • Evaluation of Cracking Performance for Polymer-Modified Asphalt Mixtures with High RAP Content

YU YAN, REYNALDO ROQUE, CRISTIAN COCCONCELLI, MICHAEL BEKOE and GEORGE LOPP

  • Glass and Carbon Geogrid Reinforcement of Asphalt Mixtures

ADAM ZOFKA, MACIEJ MALISZEWSKI and DOMINIKA MALISZEWSKA

  • Development of Oxidation Kinetics Models for Rheological and Damage Properties Based on “In-Service” Asphalt Binders

HAIFANG WEN, FANG LIU and JIA CHENG

AAPT LEADING EDGE FORUM—DEBATING CRACKING PERFORMANCE METHODS

  • Asphalt Mix Cracking State of the Art: Materials, Design, and Testing

ISAAC L. HOWARD, GAYLON L. BAUMGARDNER and CARL L. MONISMITH

AAPT/ISAP INTERNATIONAL FORUM—BITUMEN: CURRENT

SITUATION AND FUTURE CHALLENGES

  • Bitumen: Current Situation and Future Challenges

JOHN READ, GORDON AIREY, J. MURALI KRISHNAN, NADER TABATABAEE and JORGE SOUSA

  • AAPT SYMPOSIUM—BALANCED MIX DESIGN Balanced Mix Design

SHANE BUCHANAN, FUJIE ZHOU, TOM BENNERT, LOUAY N. MOHAMMAD AND IMAD AL-QADI

  • Optimized Mix Design Approach—Contractor’s Perspective

SHANE BUCHANAN

  • Development and Implementation of Balanced Mix Design in Texas

FUJIE ZHOU and TOM SCULLION

  • Discussion of: Moving Forward from Performance-Based Design to True Balanced Mixture Design in New Jersey

TOM BENNERT

  • Implementation of a Balanced Asphalt Mixture Design Procedure: Louisiana’s Approach

LOUAY N. MOHAMMAD and SAMUEL B. COOPER III

  • Panel Question and Answer

AUDREY COPELAND and MATTHEW CORRIGAN

 

List of Award Winners

List of Past Presidents and Life Members

Index of Contributors and Discussors

 

CD TABLE OF CONTENTS

In addition to the papers listed above, the following items are also included in the CD

AAPT List of Members

Presentations of Papers Presented at 2016 Annual Meeting

2016 Annual Meeting Pictures

978-1-60595-404-2, ©2017, 903 pages, 6×9, HC book/CD-ROM


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