STP1147

    Effects of Aggregates and Mineral Fillers on Asphalt Mixture Performance

    Meininger RC

    Pages: 351

    Published: 1992

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    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:

    • Aggregates

    • Mineral Fillers

    • Mixture Evaluation

    • and Fatigue, Modeling, and Theoretical


    Table of Contents

    The Use of Steel Slag in Asphaltic Concrete
    Ali N., Bergan A., Chan J., Papagiannakis T., Theriault E.

    Development and Analysis of Cement-Coated Aggregates for Asphalt Mixtures
    Bayomy F.

    Effects of Aggregate Absorption and Crush Percentage on Bituminous Concrete
    Bouchard G.

    Selection of Aggregate Properties to Minimize Rutting of Heavy Duty Pavements
    Brown E., Cross S.

    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 Simple Method for Determining the Surface Area of Fine Aggregates and Fillers in Bituminous Mixtures
    Chapuis R., Légaré P.

    Effect of Quality and Quantity of Locally Produced Filler (Passing Sieve No. 200) on Asphaltic Mixtures in Dubai
    Saloukeh B., Shahrour M.

    Laboratory Evaluation of Rutting Potential of Asphalt Mixtures
    Fwa T., Tan S.

    Providing Sufficient Void Space for Asphalt Cement: Relationship of Mineral Aggregate Voids and Aggregate Gradation
    Huber G., Shuler T.

    Gyratory Evaluation of Aggregate Blends to Determine their Effect on Shear Resistance and Sensitivity to Asphalt Content
    Ruth B., Shen X., Wang L.

    Effect of Aggregate Size and Other Factors on Refusal Density of Asphalt Concrete by Vibratory Compaction
    Huber G., Shuler T.

    Effect of Aggregate on Asphalt Mixture Cracking Using Time-Dependent Fracture Mechanics Approach
    Abdulshafi O.

    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.

    The Effect of Aggregate Gradation on the Creep Response of Asphalt Mixtures and Pavement Rutting Estimates
    Matthews J., Monismith C.

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    Committee: D04

    Paper ID: STP1147-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1147-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5204-5

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-1468-5

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