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Developmental Specifications - FDOT

Developmental Specifications are specifications developed around a new process, procedure, or material approved for limited use by the State Program Management Office. These specifications are signed and sealed by the professional engineer responsible for authorizing their use and monitoring their performance in the field.

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Asphalt Pavement | Caltrans

There are also two types of rubberized OGFC mixes: rubberized hot mix asphalt-open graded (RHMA-O) and RHMA-O-high-binder (RHMA-O-HB). The engineering design of flexible pavement structures is not an exact science. It is not possible to formulate one set of design criteria that could meet the requirements of every road everywhere.

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The History of Asphalt

The first asphalt patent was filed by Nathan B. Abbott of Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1871. 1900. Frederick J. Warren filed a patent for “Bitulithic” pavement, a mixture of bitumen and aggregate (“bitu” from “bitumen” and “lithic” from “lithos,” the Greek word for rock). The first modern asphalt facility was built in

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Density of Concrete, Asphalt in 285 units of density

Concrete, Asphalt weighs 2.243 gram per cubic centimeter or 2 243 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of concrete, Asphalt is equal to 2 243 kg/m³. In Imperial or US customary measurement system, the density is equal to 140.0259 pound per cubic foot [lb/ft³], or 1.2965 ounce per cubic inch [oz/inch³] . Density of Concrete, Asphalt in a

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Chapter 5 Parking Lot Design - APAI

Asphalt Concrete Surface Course Material for the surface course should be an Asphalt Concrete mix placed in one or more lifts to the tr ue lines and grade as shown on the plans. The plant mix material should conform to specifications for Asphalt Concrete. The asphalt surface should not vary from established grade by more than 1/4 inch in 10

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Pavement Design & Technology, Pavement & Drainage

Jul 30,  · Pavement Preservation. NJDOT's Pavement and Drainage Management and Technology Unit is advancing the use of Pavement Preservation treatments on the state's roads to increase safety, enhance durability, improve customer experience and minimize costs. Pavement rehabilitation is needed for deficient roadways, but pavement preservation can extend

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Asphalt Mix Designs - Transportation Department

Jun 17,  · Model. In the following model, the Form 93-E0 (represented by the green colored indicator) that is submitted to ODOT, represents either a signed Form 93-E0.1 (Preferred) or a signed Form 93-E0. As a final step, ODOT will distribute a Form 93-E0.2, which shows that a signed copy of either Form 93-E0.1 or Form 93-E0 is on file.

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EVALUTATION OF BOND STRENGTH AT ASPHALT

modulus and shear strength of the asphalt-to-asphalt interfaces when shear and normal forces are acting simultaneously and they are proportional. Two tests were conducted on 4-inch diameter cylindrical samples cored from an asphalt concrete pad where three types of asphalt-to- asphalt

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Pavement Design and Rehabilitation Guideline

Superpave Mix Design, Life Cycle Cost analysis, Enhanced/New Material tests and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), for example Ground Penetrating CIREAM Cold In-Place Recycled Expanded Asphalt Mix CRL Crusher Run Limestone DB Deflection Basin EAS Expanded Asphalt Stabilization RAP Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement RCM Reclaimed Concrete Material R

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Design considerations of high RAP-content asphalt produced

Jul 03,  · Warm mix asphalt (WMA) can be defined as an asphaltic mixture produced at 10–40 °C lower than traditional HMA [].This mixture has several economic and environmental benefits such as reduced fuel consumption and less greenhouse gas emissions during the asphalt production phase [2, 3].Based on these advantages and the increased awareness of economic and environmental issues,

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Towards a mix design model for the prediction of

Oct 10,  · Asphalt mix design tend to primarily focus on strength and rut resistance. The grading and typical criteria even at the lowest level of asphalt mix design tend to focus on aspects that ensures binder content is at a level which ensures compaction is achieved and further deformation is limited with the stone or sand skeleton providing the main

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Replacement of stabilizers by recycling plastic in asphalt

Jan 01,  · Development of a Crumb Rubber Modified (CRM) Asphalt Concrete Mix Design, Report No: KSU-ees-269. Kansas State University, USA (1995) Google Scholar. Hossain et al., 1999. M. Hossain, S. Swartz, E. Hoque. Fracture and tensile characteristics of asphalt-rubber concrete.

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Pavement Manual

Surface Test Type A for Concrete and Hot-Mix Asphalt Surfaces; ♦ 5. Surface Test Type B for Concrete and Hot-Mix Asphalt Surfaces; ♦ 6. Considerations for Improving Ride Quality; ♦ 7. Analysis of Ride Data 12. Premature Distress Investigations 1. Overview. ♦ 1.1 Introduction; ♦ 1.2 Technical Assistance 2. Investigation Team. ♦ 2.1

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Table of Contents

Because of the change to 5. 9 C. Calculating Design Life ESAL's for Superpave Paving Courses, the specification of 65 gyration asphalt mix designs will not be allowed on projects let after December 30, 2016. The only acceptable asphalt mix designs will be 50 gyrations ( < 0.3 million ESALs), 75

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PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS - Kansas State University

Kansas State University Transportation Center. 2118 Fiedler Hall. 1701C Platt Street. Manhattan, KS 66506. Phone: 785-532-5862 [email protected]

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Hveem Mix Design – Pavement Interactive

Hveem Mix Design. The basic concepts of the Hveem mix design method were originally developed by Francis Hveem when he was a Resident Engineer for the California Division of Highways in the late 1920s and 1930s. Currently, the Hveem method is used by several western states. The basic philosophy surrounding the Hveem method can be summarized in

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