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Apr 26, 2012  As a result, the mixing and compaction temperature for modified asphalt can be determined to deliver 0.17±0.02Pa⋅s and 0.28±0.03Pa⋅s for HMA mixing and compaction, respectively. The difference between temperatures obtained with the methodology and temperatures at which optimal compaction effect can be obtained is less than 5°C.

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Laboratory Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Asphalt ...

Feb 15, 2012  Lab Mixing and Compaction Temperatures • Background – MS -2 • Recommended laboratory mixing and compaction temperature ranges for Marshall mix design based on viscosity (Saybolt Furol) as early as 1962 – Changed to absolute and kinematic viscosity in 1974 – 170 ± 20 centistokes for mixing – 280 ± 30 centistokes for compaction ...

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Mixing Compaction Temperatures - Transportation Research

Use candidate methods to predict mixing and compaction temperatures ... Mixing Temperature F ( C) Compaction Temperature F ( C) Equiviscous Method Steady Shear Flow Viscosity Equiviscous Method Steady Shear Flow Viscosity M 85.5 -19.5 372 (189) 296 (147) 343 (173) 275 (135)

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in ...

When compared with the equiviscous method for determining mixing and compacting temperatures, the workability tests resulted in compaction temperatures 9°C to 28°C (16°F to 50°F) lower for modified asphalts and about the same temperature for unmodified asphalt.

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Laboratory Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Asphalt ...

Research on Lab Mixing and Compaction Temperatures • NCHRP 9-39, Procedure for Determining Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in Hot Mix Asphalt – Purpose • Identify or develop a simple, rapid, and accurate laboratory procedure for determining the mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binder – NCHRP Report 648 ...

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Determining Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of

method for determining mixing and compaction temperatures of warm mix asphalt (WMA) using 100% reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), RAP-WMA, with Evotherm® DAT technology. Results of laboratory tests and analyses of the results indicate that traditional equiviscous principle is

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Methodology of Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for ...

As a result, the mixing and compaction temperature for modified asphalt can be determined to deliver 0.17±0.02Pa⋅s and 0.28±0.03Pa⋅s for HMA mixing and compaction, respectively. The difference between temperatures obtained with the methodology and temperatures at which optimal compaction effect can be obtained is less than 5°C.

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Determining the Correct Mixing and Compaction

Determining the Correct Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Using High RAP Content in HMA Huachun Zhai, Ph.D, P.E. Alejandro Rosales Erin L. Russell 1.Introduction 2.Objectives 3.Material and Test Methods 4.Results and Discussion 5.Summary of Findings 2017 Idaho Asphalt Conference 10/26/2017 2 57th Idaho Asphalt Conference, October 26, 2017 1

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in ...

The effect of aging was more evident for binders with lower PG grades. In other words, a PGXX-34 is affected more by increases in mixing and compaction temperatures than a PGXX-16. 9. Correlations of the mixing and compaction temperatures determined from the candidate methods with laboratory tests on mixtures for coating and workability were poor.

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Laboratory Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for

Research on Lab Mixing and Compaction Temperatures • NCHRP 9-39, Procedure for Determining Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in Hot Mix Asphalt – Purpose • Identify or develop a simple, rapid, and accurate laboratory procedure for determining the mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binder – NCHRP Report 648 ...

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METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING MOST SUITABLE

compaction temperature can result in design binder contents that are as much as 0.5% lower than if compacted at 135°C [3]. If asphalt mixtures cooler than desirable temperature, a variation in mix temperature (temperature differentials) can cause poor mix compaction leads to non-

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METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING MOST SUITABLE COMPACTION

Download Citation On Sep 1, 2007, Hassan Youness Ahmed published METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINING MOST SUITABLE COMPACTION TEMPERATURES FOR HOT MIX ASPHALT Find, read and cite all the research you ...

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in ...

Mar 23, 2016  TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 648: Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in Hot-Mix Asphalt explores enhanced test methods for determining laboratory mixing and compaction temperatures of modified and

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Predicting Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of

2.2. Determination of Mixing and Compaction Temperatures Mixing and compaction temperatures are determined through the standard method (ASTM D2493). Several alternative methods have been suggested in the literatures to implement for the polymer modified bitumen such as high shear rate, steady shear flow. The

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Assessment Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for

different temperatures and the viscosity temperature curve can be achieved. As a result, the mixing and compaction temperature of modified asphalt can be determined to reach 0.17 ± 0.02 Pa.s and 0.28 ± 0.03 Pa.s for mixing and compaction, respectively. It is noted that SBS modified reached a viscosity of 3 Pa.s when 8 % additive. Additive

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Compaction temperatures of Sasobit produced warm mix ...

Oct 01, 2016  Compaction temperature is determined by simulating the mixing plant method. • Lowering the aggregates heating temperature does not impact the moisture release. • Mixing, laydown, and compaction temperatures are recommended for test sections.

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Comparison of Mix Designs by Marshall Method Final Report

For each mix. the same mix/compaction temperatures were used for both the Marshall and SUPERP A VETM Level I mix design procedures. Mixing temperatures were selected at a binder viscosity range of 150-190 centiswkes while the compaction temperature range corresponded to a binder viscosity range of 250-310 cemistakes.

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MIXING AND COMPACTION TEMPERATURES FOR HOT MIX

According to Superpave mixture design, gyratory specimens are mixed and compacted at equiviscous binder temperatures corresponding to viscosities of 0.17 and 0.28 Pa*s, respectively. These were the values previously used in the Marshal mix design method to determine the mixing and compaction temperatures

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MIXING and COMPACTION RECOMMENDATIONS for WARM

has been used to determine mixing and compaction temperatures of hot mix asphalt (McLeod, 1967; Roberts et al., 1996). Compaction temperatures recommended using this procedure affect the general workability of the asphalt mixture since equi-viscous binder conditions are used.

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Mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binders in ...

This report identifies improved test methods for determining laboratory mixing and compaction temperatures of modified and unmodified asphalt binders. The report will be of immediate interest to materials engineers in state highway agencies and the hot-mix asphalt (HMA) construction industry.

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Hot Mix Asphalt ...

According to Superpave mixture design, gyratory specimens are mixed and compacted at equiviscous binder temperatures corresponding to viscosities of 0.17 and 0.28 Pa's, respectively. These were the values previously used in the Marshal mix design method to determine the mixing and compaction temperatures

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Determining the Correct Mixing and Compaction

Determining the Correct Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Using High RAP Content in HMA Huachun Zhai, Ph.D, P.E. Alejandro Rosales Erin L. Russell 1.Introduction 2.Objectives 3.Material and Test Methods 4.Results and Discussion 5.Summary of Findings 2017 Idaho Asphalt Conference 10/26/2017 2 57th Idaho Asphalt Conference, October 26, 2017 1

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DETERMINATION OF MIXING AND COMPACTING

A methodology like the equiviscous principle greatly reduces the amount of mixture testing that needs to be performed. 1.2 Problem Statement ... mixing and compaction temperature for the bitumen grades. Historically, standardized procedures for determining mixing and compaction

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Determining Method for Mixing and Compaction Temperature ...

Determining Method for Mixing and Compaction Temperature of Modified Asphalt Mixture. Article Preview. Abstract: According to the relationship of the viscosity and temperature when the mixture reached Optimum compaction effect and the shear rate, the viscosity shear rate of the testing modified asphalt mixture, 60s-1 has been found. The test ...

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Modified Outline ...

Mix design temperatures must not be specified for construction Current Method and Problems Mixing and compaction viscosities of neat asphalts are independent of shear rate Viscosities of PMA binders are shear rate dependent Binders of the same grade may have different mixing and compaction temperatures Mixing viscosity: 170 mm2/sec (cSt ...

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Mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binders in ...

This report identifies improved test methods for determining laboratory mixing and compaction temperatures of modified and unmodified asphalt binders. The report will be of immediate interest to materials engineers in state highway agencies and the hot-mix asphalt (HMA) construction industry.

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DETERMINATION OF MIXING AND COMPACTION

MIXING AND COMPACTION TEMPERATURE DETERMINATION PROCEDURE •Determine viscosity using a DSR Steady State Flow test at 76°, 82° C, 88° C, 94° C as outlined in slide 2 •Use plate-plate geometry and 500 micron gap •Plot log viscosity (@ 409 Pa) versus log temperature and extrapolate the results to a temperature of 180° C

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NCHRP 9-39: Mixing Compaction Temperature Study

NCHRP 9-39: Mixing Compaction Temperature Study • 30 month study, started July 1, 2005 • Objective: – identify or develop a simple, rapid, and accurate laboratory procedure for determining the mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binder. The procedure shall be suitable for routine use and applicable to both unmodified and modified.

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Evaluation of mixing and compaction temperatures of ...

The SSF and PAM methods estimated approximately 15°C and 50°C, less mixing and compaction temperatures, respectively, for modified binders (PMB 40 and CRMB 60) when compared with the BV method. For PMB 40, the SSF method gives approximately a similar range of mixing temperatures as mentioned in IRC:SP:53.

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Assessment Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for

different temperatures and the viscosity temperature curve can be achieved. As a result, the mixing and compaction temperature of modified asphalt can be determined to reach 0.17 ± 0.02 Pa.s and 0.28 ± 0.03 Pa.s for mixing and compaction, respectively. It is noted that SBS modified reached a viscosity of 3 Pa.s when 8 % additive. Additive

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Comparison of Mix Designs by Marshall Method Final Report

For each mix. the same mix/compaction temperatures were used for both the Marshall and SUPERP A VETM Level I mix design procedures. Mixing temperatures were selected at a binder viscosity range of 150-190 centiswkes while the compaction temperature range corresponded to a binder viscosity range of 250-310 cemistakes.

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Chapter 4 Construction Details

temperatures 45 degrees to 85 degrees lower than the traditional mixing temperature. Reductions in mixing temperature have the benefits of cutting fuel consumption and decreasing the production of greenhouse gases, with engineering benefits of better compaction on the road, the ability to haul paving mix

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Challenges Associated with Optimisation of Blending ...

[16] Yildirim, Mixing and compaction temperatures for Superpave mix, (2000), P 42-85 [17] R. Grover, Determining Mix ing and Comp action Temperatures of Asphalt Binders Using Zero Shear Viscosity.

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Mixing and Compaction Temperatures of Asphalt Binders in ...

This report identifies improved test methods for determining laboratory mixing and compaction temperatures of modified and unmodified asphalt binders. The report will be of immediate interest to materials engineers in state highway agencies and the hot-mix asphalt (HMA) construction industry.

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