STP1322

    Progress of Superpave (Superior Performing Asphalt Pavement): Evaluation and Implementation

    Jester RN
    Published: 1997


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    The first publication of its kind to present leading edge research on the use and applicability of this innovative form of asphalt pavement.

    14 peer-reviewed papers cover topics including:

    • Oregon's Superpave implementation

    • The evaluation of five test projects in Arizona

    • Field and laboratory evaluation of Superpave level one mix design in California

    • How long-term asphalt mixture oven aging impacts Superpave thermal cracking performance predictions

    • Designing recycled hot mix asphalt mixtures using Superpave technology

    • Inservice asphalt evaluation after eight years

    • Comparisons between the aging processes for asphalt mixtures and asphalt binders

    • Construction consideration in field applications of the Superpavemix design system.


    Table of Contents

    Oregon's Superpave Implementation
    Cramer S., Leahy R., Thompson G.

    Arizona's SHRP Experience
    Way G.

    Effect of Crumb Rubber Particle Size and Concentration on Performance Grading of Rubber Modified Asphalt Binders
    Malpass G., Tayebali A., Vyas B.

    Colorado Begins Superpave Validation
    Aschenbrener T., LaForce R., Shuler S.

    Field and Laboratory Evaluation of Superpave Level One Mix Design in California
    Lancaster F., Shatnawi S.

    Evaluation of Superpave Binder Specification with Performance of Polymer-Modified Asphalt Pavements
    Anderson D., Button J., Dongré R., Kluttz R.

    Designing Recycled Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures Using Superpave Technology
    Foo K., Kandhal P.

    An Evaluation of the Suitability of the Superpave System to the Design of Limestone Rock Asphalt (LRA) Mixes
    Dukatz E., Jackson N.

    Comparison Between the Aging Processes for Asphalt Mixtures and Those for Asphalt Binders
    Lee M., Page G., Ruth B., Tia M.

    SHRP PG Classification and Evaluation of In-Service Asphalts after Eight Years
    Galal K., White T.

    Evaluation of Long-Term Oven Aging of Asphalt Mixtures (AASHTO PP2-95) on Superpave Thermal Cracking Performance Predictions
    Romero P., Roque R.

    Critical Evaluation of the Superpave Performance Prediction Model for Permanent Deformation and Supporting Theory
    Huber G., Kriech A., Zhang X.

    Construction Considerations in the Field Application of the Superpave Mix Design System
    Noureldin A.

    Determination of Key Gyratory Compaction Points for Superpave Mix Design in Arizona
    Corum D., Forstie D.


    Committee: D04

    Paper ID: STP1322-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1322-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5375-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2418-9

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