investigation of asphalt-aggregate adhesion by measurements of heats of immersion

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Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology , Butte
Asphalt -- Testing., Aggregates (Building materials) -- Testing., Heat of wetting., Adhe
Statementby E. Keith Ensley and Henry A. Scholz. Prepared for Montana State Highway Commission, Planning Survey Section in cooperation with U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Public Roads.
ContributionsScholz, Henry A., joint author., Montana. State Highway Commission. Planning Survey Section., United States. Bureau of Public Roads., Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology. Dept. of Chemistry.
LC ClassificationsTA455.A7 E5
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 42, [4] l.
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Open LibraryOL5395599M
LC Control Number72626297

A report of research project: Item 20, HPR-1(6), conducted by the Dept. of Chemistry, Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology. General concepts of adhesion / A.T.

DiBenedetto --Pressure-induced stripping in asphaltic concrete / Robert P. Lottman, Dennis L. Johnson --Interfacial behavior of asphaltenes / Paul D. Cratin --An investigation of asphalt-aggregate adhesion by measurements of heats of immersion / E. Keith Ensley, Henry A.

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Understanding Adhesion and Cohesion of Asphalt-Aggregate Systems Using the Bitumen Bond Test and the Sessile Drop Method Conference Paper (PDF Available) · June with 3, Reads How we. Investigation of using binder bond strength test to evaluate adhesion and self-healing properties of modified asphalt binders Article in Construction and Building Materials · June 1.

Introduction. Asphalt mixtures, consisting of mineral aggregates bound with a bitumen binder, are used extensively as road surface dsc-sports.comgh asphalt is a relatively cheap material, the disruption to traffic flows and costs of replacing degraded road surfaces are significant, leading to a demand for more durable is a major cause of such premature failure in by: Final Report for NCHRP RRD Using Surface Energy Measurements to Select Materials for Asphalt Using Surface Energy Measurements to Select Materials for Asphalt The literature suggests that the first fundamental studies on asphalt-aggregate adhesion were recorded in the early s where surface tension of asphalt was recognized as.

vice as a routine test for determining the adhesive and cohesive properties of asphalt-aggregate combinations and the effects of moisture damage on them. The pull-off strength and its reduc-tion, produced by the immersion in water, were used to assess the effects of moisture damage, with reference to the failure mechanism (adhesive or cohesive).Cited by: Investigation of moisture damage resistance of GTR-modified asphalt binder by static contact angle measurements The HM method measures heat of immersion in probe liquids and the SFE calculation relies on rigorous thermodynamic The work of adhesion of all asphalt aggregate systems increases with an increase of the GTR content in the Cited by: Recommendations from this research include improvement of the fracture energy test procedure to reduce variability, and further investigation into the physical causes of moisture damage.

Specifically asphalt/aggregate adhesion, the effect of the mastic (fine aggregate and binder), and physiochemical interaction between the asphalt binder and Cited by: 5. energy test procedure to reduce variability, and further investigation into the physical causes of moisture damage.

Specifically asphalt/aggregate adhesion, the effect of the mastic (fine aggregate and binder), and physiochemical interaction between the asphalt binder and. Adhesion Evaluation of Asphalt-Aggregate Interface Using Surface Free Energy Method Jie Ji 1, Hui Yao 2,3,*, Luhou Liu 1, Zhi Suo 1, Peng Zhai 1, Xu Yang 2 and Zhanping You 2 1 School of Civil Engineering and Transportation, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture.

Dec 01,  · The factors of asphalt-aggregate adhesion were studied. Based on the expression of the adhesion work between the asphalt and mineral aggregates, several factors concerning the influence laws on asphalt-aggregate adhesion were analysed.

The adhesion work of compatibility among the preparation temperature, aggregate types, and asphalt quality were by: 2. IMPORTANCE OF ASPHALT-AGGREGATE INTERACTIONS IN ADHESION (WITH DISCUSSION) Asphalt-aggregate interactions are important for the adhesion of asphalt to aggregate and for the maintenance of that bond upon the intrusion of water.

Jul 01,  · It is known that the properties of asphalt-aggregate adhesion show great effect on the performance of asphalt pavement, while the temperature plays an important role in determining the fundamental properties of asphalt binder between single aggregate-aggregate contacts surfaces.

The temperature sensitivity is considered to be very important on understanding the failures of asphalt Cited by: 5. Adhesion between asphalt-aggregate and cohesion within asphalt mastic has a significant effect on the performance of asphalt mixtures.

Conventional testing methods and studies normally only focus on one of the damage modes (adhesion or cohesion), although in real asphalt mixtures (asphalt-aggregate system), these two failure modes can happen. Investigation of Laboratory Aging Procedures for Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures C.

BELL, Y. ABWAHAB, AND M. CRISTI A Strategic Highway Research Program project-entitled Performance-Related Testing and Measuring of Asphalt­ Aggregate Interactions and Mixtures-includes development of procedures to age mixtures in the laboratory.

Sep 03,  · Previous studies have established experimental procedures to quantify the adhesive bond strength between asphalt binder and aggregates using techniques such as contact angles, adsorption isotherms, and enthalpy of immersion.

SURFACE FREE ENERGY MEASUREMENT OF AGGREGATES AND ITS APPLICATION TO ADHESION AND MOISTURE DAMAGE OF ASPHALT-AGGREGATE SYSTEMS. A protocol for measuring the thermodynamic surface free energy of aggregates using the Universal Sorption Devices is.

Also, it appears, from the evaluation of data from other SHRP contractors, that the aging and subsequent testing of asphalt alone is not a good predictor of how a mixture will behave due to the effect of the asphalt-aggregate interaction.

Continued monitoring of field projects is needed, particularly for Dry-No Freeze and Wet-No Freeze by: Test results showed that plant ash lixivium significantly improved asphalt-aggregate adhesion.

Among three aggregate types, granite yielded the worst asphalt-aggregate adhesion for both control and treated specimens. The effectiveness of adhesion promotion varied depending on the type of asphalt or aggregate and temperature.

Evaluation of Adhesion Property in Asphalt-aggregate Systems Based on Surface Energy Theory(in English) LUO Rong 1, ZHENG Song-song 1, ZHANG De-run 1, TU Chong-zhi 1, FENG Guang-le 2: 1. School of Transportation, Wuhan University of Technology, WuhanHubei, China.

1 Adhesion at Asphalt-Aggregate Interface Through Surface Energy 2 Ana Sofia bond strength and the wettability of a Colombian binder before and after immersion 42 in water for three, six, and nine months.

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Mechanical Properties of Porous Asphalt, Recommendations for Standardization Page 5 / Void characteristics The European Standard [EN ] describes the procedure to calculate air void content (V m) as well as other parameters. The air void content V m is the volume of the air voids as percentage of total volume of that specimen.

Thermal Stress Restrained Specimen Test To Evaluate Low-Temperature Cracking of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures DuHwoE JuNG AND TED S.

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VINSON The thermal stress restrained specimen test (TSRST) has been developed as an accelerated laboratory test to evaluate the ther­ mal cracking resistance of asphalt concrete mixtures.

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Behavior of Asphalt Binder and Asphalt Concrete. (1) The adhesion and grip of concrete or mortar to reinforcement or to other surfaces against which it is placed, including friction due to shrinkage and longitudinal shear in the concrete engaged by the bar deformations. (2) The adhesion of cement paste to aggregate.

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