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preclude the use of additional criteria, methods, and Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., protocols that may be dictated by the specific objec- 2007; pp. 14154. tives of a particular study. Also, the objectives of a 2. Bonaquist, R. NCHRP Report 691: Mix Design Prac- particular research study will dictate which methods tices for Warm-Mix Asphalt. Transportation Research and protocols of this core set are used. For example, Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., an experiment design for a study of WMA fatigue 2011. cracking potential would not likely require the inclu- 3. Hintz, C.S., R. Velasquez, C. Johnson, and H. Bahia. Modification and Validation of the Linear Amplitude sion of methods for rutting, moisture sensitivity, or Sweep Test for Binder Fatigue Specification. Pre- low-temperature cracking from the core set. sented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the Transporta- Appendix A contains templates for documenta- tion Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2011. tion of field projects as referenced in Table 1. The 4. Li, X.-J. and M.O. Marasteanu, "Using Semi-Circular templates are used with permission of the National Bending Test to Evaluate Low-Temperature Fracture Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) and the Uni- Resistance for Asphalt Concrete," Experimental versity of Minnesota. The NCAT template is appli- Mechanics, Vol. 50 No. 7, 2010, pp. 86776. cable to any field project, whereas the University of 5. Kim, Y.R., Y. Seo, et al., "Dynamic Modulus Testing Minnesota template is specialized to projects that of Asphalt Concrete in Indirect Tension Mode," are primarily focused on low-temperature cracking Transportation Research Record: Journal of the behavior. Transportation Research Board, No. 1891, Trans- Appendix B provides information on extraction portation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2004, pp. 16373. and recovery procedures for asphalt binders refer- 6. Cooley, L.A. NCAT Report 99-01: Permeability of enced in Table 2. This information was prepared in Superpave Mixtures: Evaluation of Field Permea- the asphalt laboratories of the FHWA's Turner- meters. National Center for Asphalt Technology, Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC). Auburn University, Auburn AL, 1999. 7. West, R.C., J. Zhang, and J. Moore. NCAT Report REFERENCES 05-08: Evaluation of Bond Strength Between Pave- ment Layers. National Center for Asphalt Technology, 1. Von Quintus, H.L., J. Mallela, and M. Buncher, Auburn University, Auburn AL, 2005. "Quantification of Effect of Polymer-Modified Asphalt 8. Newcomb, D., An Introduction to Warm-mix Asphalt. on Flexible Pavement Performance," Transportation National Asphalt Pavement Association, at fs1.hotmix. Research Record: Journal of the Transportation org/mbc/Introduction_to_Warm-mix_Asphalt.pdf. Research Board, No. 2001, Transportation Research Accessed 18 November 2011. 14