TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis 511: Relationship Between Chemical Makeup of Binders and Engineering Performance documents the current practices of departments of transportation (DOTs) in the selection of the chemical composition of a binder used in pavement applications. The study provides information about the selection of binders and postproduction additives and modifiers, as well as corresponding engineering performance.
Table of Contents
|CHAPTER ONE Introduction||9-11|
|CHAPTER TWO Literature Review: Chemical and Physical Characterization of Asphalt Binders||12-20|
|CHAPTER THREE Techniques for Chemical Characterization of Asphalt||21-42|
|CHAPTER FOUR Asphalt Additives and Modifiers||43-54|
|CHAPTER FIVE Case Examples of Binder Characterization Practices||55-62|
|CHAPTER SIX Survey Results: Current U.S. and Canadian Experience||63-67|
|CHAPTER SEVEN Conclusions||68-71|
|Acronyms and Abbreviations||72-74|
|APPENDIX A Survey Questions and Results||85-109|
|APPENDIX B Survey Respondents||110-113|
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