Evaluation of Rutting Distress for Asphalt Concrete

Publications - Harvey, John

2011. Investigation of Noise and Durability Performance Trends for Asphaltic Pavement Surface Types: Four-Year Results. Evaluation of CT 371 Field Data. Quieter Pavement Research: Concrete Pavement Tire Noise. Direct Measurements of Volatile and Semivolatile Organic Compounds from Hot- and Warm-Mix Asphalt.

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Paul Khosla - Department of Civil, Construction, and

During its lifetime, an asphalt concrete layer is subjected to many distress mechanisms: rutting, fatigue cracking, temperature cracking and moisture induced damage. Moisture damage of asphalt mixes, better known as stripping, is one of the major distresses affecting pavement performance.

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PDF Performance of Caltrans Asphalt Concrete and Asphalt

Performance of Caltrans Asphalt Concrete and Asphalt-Rubber Hot Mix Overlays at Moderate Temperatures—Accelerated Pavement Testing Evaluation John Harvey, Manuel Bejarano, Ana Fantoni, Andrew Heath, Hee-Cheol Shin Prepared for the California Department of Transportation December, 2000

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Chapter 6 - Evaluating the Performance of Asphalt Concrete

For a given pavement and HMA mixture, resistance to permanent Evaluating the Performance of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures 67 Distress Mode Performance Related Binder Property Criteria Rutting G*/sinδ Minimum of 1.00 kPa for unaged binder at 10 rad/sec Minimum of 2.20 kPa for RTFOT aged binder at 10 rad/sec Creep stiffness, S Maximum of 300 kPa

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Laboratory Performance Evaluation of High Modulus Asphalt

The objective of this study is to evaluate comprehensive performance of high modulus asphalt concrete (HMAC) and propose common values for establishing evaluation system. Three gradations with different modifiers were conducted to study the high and low temperature performance, shearing behavior, and water stability. The laboratory tests for HMAC included static and dynamic modulus tests

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PDF Rutting of Caltrans Asphalt Concrete and Asphalt-Rubber

Rutting of Caltrans Asphalt Concrete and Asphalt-Rubber Hot Mix Under Different Wheels, Tires and Temperatures - Accelerated Pavement Testing Evaluation Report Prepared for CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION by John Harvey and Lorina Popescu January 2000 Pavement Research Center Institute of Transportation Studies University of

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Rutting resistance in warm mix asphalt - SlideShare

Rutting is one of the most important distresses for asphalt pavement. It is caused by material consolidation and lateral movement due to repeated heavy wheel loadings on the various pavement layers/subgrade. The distress is manifested by a depressed rut along the wheel path on the pavement surface.

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PDF Evaluation of Indirect Tensile Strength As Design Criteria

Tensile strength of asphalt concrete is a function of the amount of asphalt binder in the mix, mixture stiffness, absorption capacity of the aggregates used, the form of isolated distress caused by debonding of the asphalt film from the aggregate Task 3.2 Evaluation of Rutting Performance.. 10 1.2.6. Task 4: Incorporation of Tensile

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PDF Criteria for Evaluation of Applications

Very Good: The only distress is dusting in dry conditions. (0-10) Good: Medium-severity loose aggregate, low-severity washboarding, and some slight rutting. (10-15) Fair: Moderate washboarding over 10-25% of area, moderate rutting, small potholes, and some loose aggregate (15-20)

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Evaluation of binder grades on rutting performance

rutting. In response to highway performance issues of the 1980’s, Congress funded the Strategic Highway Research Program, SHRP. Two products of this research have been widely implemented by the highway community, Performance Grading, PG, of the asphalt binder and the Superior Performing Asphalt Pavements, Superpave. TM, mix design method.

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PDF Evaluation of Rutting Potential of Hot Mix Asphalt Using

EVALUATION OF RUTTING POTENTIAL OF HOT MIX ASPHALT USING THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT ANAL VZER Final Report (Item 2153; ORA 125-6660) Submitted to: 4.5.1 Asphalt Concrete Type 4.5.2 Asphalt Content and PG 4.5.3 Materials Passing No. 200 Sieve 4.5.4 Gradation 4.5.5 Dust to Asphalt Ratio

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EVALUATION OF THE RUTTING POTENTIAL OF KDOT

EVALUATION OF THE RUTTING POTENTIAL OF KDOT MIXTURES USING THE ASPHALT PAVEMENT ANALYZER Report Number: K-TRAN: KU-00-1 By Stephen A. Cross, P.E., Oklahoma State University* *current affiliation Introduction Pavement deformation of hot mix asphalt mixtures (HMA) is one of the major distresses affecting pavement performance.

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PDF Performance Testing of Hot-Mix Asphalt Aggregates

aggregates can reduce rutting and moisture-induced damage to HMA. For example, rutting can be reduced by the use of large aggregates, and/or angular rough coarse and fine aggre-gates. Raveling is more of a mixture-proportion-ing problem, i.e., the amount of asphalt cement in the mixture is critical. Low asphalt content can

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Laboratory Evaluation of Color Polymer Concrete Pavement

In the summer of 2005, exclusive bus lanes were constructed in the median of busy streets in Seoul, South Korea, as color polymer concrete pavements with a transparent synthetic resin binder and a red pigment. However, early distresses, such as shoving, potholes, stripping, and rutting have occurred from these color polymer concrete pavements.

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PDF Investigation Of The Rutting Performance Of Pavements

A study of the rutting performance from plastic flow on 33 hot mix asphalt (HMA) pavements was performed. Air voids in the wheel path of 3.0% clearly distinguished pavements with good and bad rutting performance: air voids less than 3% rutted and air voids greater than 3% did not rut from plastic flow.

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Polymer-Modified Asphalt Cements - McAsphalt

Polymer-modified asphalt cements (PMA) have been used for many years to reduce the amount of severity of distress and extend the service life of hot mix asphalt pavements and overlays. McAsphalt offers the industry's most advanced line of PMA, designed to maximize the beneficial effects of the binder on permanent deformation, fatigue and low

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Observations on current performance tests and prediction

Observations on current performance tests and prediction models for asphalt concrete mixes. / Way, G. B.; Kaloush, Kamil; Sousa, J. B. Advanced Characterisation of Pavement and Soil Engineering Materials - Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Characterisation of Pavement and Soil Engineering Materials. 2007. p. 255-269 (Advanced Characterisation of Pavement and Soil

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Evaluation of the Rutting Performance of the Field

Rutting is a major distress occurring in the service life of the asphalt pavement, especially in hot weather areas. A laboratory-produced specimen is widely used for rutting performance evaluation which may not be completely represented by the field situation. The objective of this study is to evaluate the rutting performance of field specimens from the Chongqing highway by utilizing the

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A review on fatigue and rutting performance of asphalt mixes

A review on fatigue and rutting performance of asphalt mixes Taher Baghaee Moghaddam, Mohamed Rehan Karim* and Mahrez Abdelaziz Center for Transportation Research, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Accepted 1 February, 2011 Fatigue and rutting are very well known to be the two popular distresses that occur in road pavement.

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Pavement Failure Analysis Example Problems

The asphalt concrete mixture meets all gradation specifications except the minus No. 200 sieve. Additional asphalt was added to the asphalt concrete to establish an optimum for this mixture (Table 5). The ex­ tracted asphalt content of 5.6 is near optimum for this mixture. ".

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PDF Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Concrete Modified by

Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Concrete Modified by Polyolefins Through Dry and Wet Process Polymer modification in road paving applications enables significant improvement in road service life as regards main distresses such as rutting, fatigue and thermal cracking. on the mechanical response of asphalt concrete produced by dry and

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Evaluation of indirect tensile strength to identify

The Superpave mix design procedure, as implemented at the end of the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) does not include any testing to evaluate asphalt mixture for resistance to permanent deformation. This prompted the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) to sponsor projects for the development of a simple performance test for rutting potential of asphalt mixtures.

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PDF PIN 5470.22 - DDR/DEIS/Draft 4(f) Evaluation - Volume 11

distress, mainly reflective cracks after 1-2 years, as expected. A distress survey was performed Wheel Path Rutting. PAVEMENT EVALUATION REPORT March 2016 NY Route 198, (Scajaquada Expressway) Corridor I-190 to NYS Route 33 Wearing Surface Concrete Asphalt Asphalt Microsilica Overlay Concrete Asphalt Asphalt Concrete Asphalt Block Asphalt

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Three-Dimensional Balanced Mix Design for Asphalt Concrete

Improving asphalt concrete (AC) performance entails designing mixes that can withstand various environmental and traffic loading conditions. Rutting and thermal cracking are distresses associated with high and low temperatures, respectively, while fatigue cracking is

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Asphalt concrete - Wikipedia

Asphalt concrete (commonly called asphalt, blacktop, or pavement in North America, and tarmac, bitumen macadam, or rolled asphalt in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland) is a composite material commonly used to surface roads, parking lots, airports, and the core of embankment dams. Asphalt mixtures have been used in pavement construction since the beginning of the twentieth century.

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Pavement Manual: Visual Pavement Condition Surveys

2.2 Flexible Pavement Visual Survey Condition Categories. 2.2.1 Rutting (Shallow, Deep, and Severe) Rutting is a longitudinal surface depression in a wheel path and is a load-associated distress. Consolidation or lateral movement of the pavement materials due to traffic loads causes rutting.

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Evaluation of Pavement Service Life Extension Due to

Comprehensive evaluation of performances of the selected projects was performed based on the analysis of the time series distress data (roughness, cracking, and rutting) obtained from the pavement management system (PMS) database.

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PDF A Pavement Rating System

Flexible Pavement Distress Manual, Local Road Research Board. Surface Condition Rating System, NCHRP Project 10-9, Civil and Mineral Engineering Department, University of Minnesota, January 1973. Full-Depth Asphalt Patching, Asphalt Institute, CL-19. Overlays and Pavement Rehabilitation, Asphalt Institute, MS-17.

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Evaluation of Moisture Damage Within Asphalt Concrete Mixes

EVALUATION OF MOISTURE DAMAGE WITHIN ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXES A Thesis by BRIJ D. SHAH influence on asphalt concrete pavements. Premature rutting, raveling, and wear have been observed in many pavements. Distress and deterioration in large number of pavements as a result of moisture damage is an indication of the significance and the

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Experimental Characterization of Rutting Performance of

The permanent deformation (rutting) of pavement is a major distress in flexible pavement. It is related to vehicles properties and/or pavement materials and conditions. This article presents an extensive experimental investigation in order to compare between the aggregate gradation according to Superpave and Marshall methods of asphalt concrete mix design on pavement rutting

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Field focused long term performance evaluation of asphalt

Field investigation included distress mapping, quantifying crack length, and measuring magnitude of rutting. Original language: English (US) Title of host publication: Fingerprint Dive into the research topics of 'Field focused long term performance evaluation of asphalt concrete pavements'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

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