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    STP1299

    Performance Based Field Quality Control/Quality Assurance for Asphalt-Aggregate Mixes

    Published: 01 January 1996


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    Abstract

    The Arizona Department of Transportation in its continuing effort to improve pavement technology evaluated the use of the repetitive simple shear test at constant height and flexural bending beam test as part of the mix design and field quality assurance process. The results of the efforts, indicated that the use of those performance based tests and associated analysis procedures are feasible and implementable for routine use.

    Keywords:

    quality control, simple shear, flexural fatigue, quality assurance, performance based tests, field tests


    Author Information:

    Sousa, JB
    President, SHRP Corporation, Walnut Creek, California

    Way, G
    Chief Pavement Design Engineer, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix Arizona,

    Bouldin, MG
    President, Applied Paving Technology, Houston, Texas

    Harvey, JT
    Assistant Research Engineer, University of California at Berkeley, Richmond Field Station, Richmond, CA


    Committee/Subcommittee: D04.95

    DOI: 10.1520/STP16311S