Using aggregates and mineral fillers in asphalt paving mixtures is discussed from both a research and practical point of view. The peer-reviewed papers have international perspective as well as insight into SHRP and state agency research and technology needs. The work and thinking of important research organizations, such as the National Center for Asphalt Technology at Auburn University and the laboratories of the Asphalt Institute, is also presented. 19 papers in 4 sections:
and Fatigue, Modeling, and Theoretical
The Use of Steel Slag in Asphaltic Concrete
Ali N., Bergan A., Chan J., Papagiannakis T., Theriault E.
Effects of Aggregate Properties on Flexible Pavement Rutting in Alabama
Brown E., Parker F.
Evaluation of Percent Fracture of Hot Mix Asphalt Gravels in Indiana
Dukatz E., Sanders C.
Effect of Filler Type and Content on Properties of Asphalt Concrete Mixes
Al-Fozan F., Al-Mudaiheem J., Al-Suhaibani A.
Rheological Properties of Mineral Filler-Asphalt Mastics and Its Importance to Pavement Performance
Anderson D., Bahia H., Dongre R.
Effects of Minus No. 200-Sized Aggregate on Fracture Behavior of Dense-Graded Hot-Mix Asphalt
Anderson D., Christensen D., Dongre R., Dukatz E.
A New Approach for Prediction of Permanent Deformation
Button J., Lytton R., Perdomo D.
Effects of Aggregate Type and Gradation on Fatigue and Permanent Deformation of Asphalt Concrete
Khosla N., Kim N., Kim Y.
Paper ID: STP1147-EB