Traffic-associated fatigue damage is one of the major distresses in which flexible pavements fail. This type of distress is the result of many thousands—or even millions of wheel loads passing over a pavement.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's pre-publication draft of NCHRP Research Report 982: Relationships Between the Fatigue Properties of Asphalt Binders and the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Mixtures details these relationships and makes several conclusions and recommendations.
Table of Contents
|CHAPTER 1. BACKGROUND||7-22|
|CHAPTER 2. RESEARCH APPROACH||23-42|
|CHAPTER 3. FINDINGS AND APPLICATIONS||43-102|
|CHAPTER 4. CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTED RESEARCH||103-110|
|APPENDIX A: REVIEW OF EXISTING BINDER FATIGUE TESTS AND SELECTION FOR FURTHER EVALUATION AS PART OF NCHRP 9-59||111-125|
|APPENDIX B: EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF MIXTURE FATIGUE TESTS FOR USE IN NCHRP 9-59||126-149|
|APPENDIX C: MATERIALS AND METHODS USED IN MIXTURE FATIGUE TESTS||150-154|
|APPENDIX D: ANALYSIS OF MIXTURE FATIGUE AND BINDER TEST DATA||155-182|
|APPENDIX E: LABORATORY TEST DATA SUMMARY TABLES||183-212|
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