STP1193

    Use of Waste Materials in Hot-Mix Asphalt

    Waller HF

    Pages: 295

    Published: 1993

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    Examines the pros and cons of using waste materials in the production of hot-mix asphalt. 17 peer-reviewed papers relate how waste materials should be processed and handled; how various waste materials can be physically added to the asphalt mix; the effects on mix properties and performance; and the resultant cost increase in the finished product. In 7 sections:

    • Philosophy and Use of Waste Materials

    • Tire Rubber

    • Glass

    • Ash

    • Roofing Shingles

    • Petroleum Contaminated Soils

    • Polyethylene Waste.

    A valuable resource for those who are planning to use any type of waste product as one of the component materials in the production of hot mix asphalt.


    Table of Contents

    Waste Materials in Hot Mix Asphalt — An Overview
    Kandhal P.

    Current Nationwide Status of the Use of Waste Materials in Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures and Pavements
    Ciesielski S., Collins R.

    Recycled Tire Rubber as an Asphalt Modifier
    Estakhri C., Shuler S.

    A Laboratory Evaluation of Recycled Tire Rubber in Hot-Mix Asphalt Paving Systems
    Anderton G., Hansen K.

    The Use and Recycling of Waste Tire Rubber Hot Mix at Thamesville Ontario
    Aurilio V., Lynch D., Northwood R.

    Evaluation of Crushed Glass in Asphalt Paving Mixtures
    Murphy K., Page G., West R.

    MSW Ash Aggregate for use in Asphalt Concrete
    Gustin F., Styron R., Viness T.

    Properties of Dense-Graded and Stone-Mastic Asphalt Mixtures Containing Roofing Shingles
    Drescher A., Newcomb D., Stroup-Gardiner M., Weikle B.

    Recycled Asphalt Roofing Materials--A Multi-Functional, Low Cost Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavement Additive
    Grzybowski K.

    Petroleum Contaminated Soils in Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete — An Overview
    Chen Y., Chuang K., DuBose B., Huang D., Meegoda N., Mueller R.

    Utilization of Recycled Polyethylene in the Preparation of Stabilized, High Performance Modified Asphalt Binders
    Harbinson B., Liang Z., Wang Z., Woodhams R.

    Enhancement of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures to Meet Structural Requirements through the Addition of Recycled Polyethylene
    Little D.

    Utilization of Scrap Tires in Flexible Pavements — Review of Existing Technology
    Amirkhanian S.

    Modification of Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete Using an Ethylene Based Copolymer
    Bayomy F., Carraux G.

    Ground Rubber Tires in Asphalt-Concrete Mixtures — Three Case Histories
    Hicks R., Lundy J., Zhou H.

    Performance Evaluation of Asphalt Mixtures with Gasifier Slag as Fine Aggregate
    Bayomy F., Khatri M., Martinez D., Salter J., Tang W.

    True Cost Effectiveness of Asphalt-Rubber Paving Systems
    Morris G.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: D04

    Paper ID: STP1193-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1193-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5245-8

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-1881-2

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