Of great value to the paving engineer, this publication covers a wide range of flexible pavement materials, and their laboratory and field characterization. The themes of the book include: laboratory characterization of soils, aggregates, binders, and additives; characterization of mixes incorporating sulfur and sulfur binders; properties of asphalt mixes; and field characterization of flexible pavements.
New Approaches for Studying Rheology Properties of Asphalts
Potts C., Ruth B., Schweyer H.
Use of Material Tests and Pavement Design Procedures to Evaluate New Paving Binders
Epps J., Kennedy T., White T.
Determination of the Presence of Antistripping Agents in Asphalt Cement by High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
Dalter R., Gilmore D., Kugele T., Weisman M.
Normalized Characterization Model of Pavement Materials
Baladi G., Goiton T., Vallejo L.
Determination of Resilient Properties of Unbound Materials with Diametral and Cyclic Triaxial Test Systems
Hicks R., Hsu S., Vinson T.
New Concepts and Discoveries Related to the Strength Characteristics of Plasticized Sulfur
Gannon C., Hettinger W., Watkins W., Wombles R.
Laboratory and Field Characterization of Sulphlex as a Paving Binder
Hoffman G., Kandhal P., Mellott D.
Design of Desert Sand-Sulfur-Bitumen Mixes
Al-Ausi M., Singh G.
Properties and Characteristics of Vibratory-Compacted Bituminous Mixes
Al-Jarallah M., Ali G.
Paper ID: STP807-EB