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Faheem Sadiq Bhat ◽  
Mohammad Shafi Mir

The current study investigates the synergized effect of a nanomaterial and two warm mix additives asphalt (WMA) additives on different properties of asphalt binders. The study used an optimal percentage of 2% for nano-Al2O3; two WMA additives were used in different concentrations. The results revealed that the addition of WMA additives increased the softening point of nano-Al2O3 modified asphalt binder. Penetration and ductility results showed a decrease after the introduction of WMA additives. The viscosity of nano-Al2O3 modified asphalt binders showed a reduction after the introduction of WMA additives. Rutting evaluation was done by using the superpave rutting parameter and multiple stress creep and recovery (MSCR) test. The fatigue performance of the asphalt binders was measured using the superpave fatigue parameter and linear amplitude sweep (LAS) test. Results showed that the introduction of WMA additives improved the rutting and fatigue performance of nano-Al2O3 modified asphalt binders. The introduction of WMA additives enhanced the aging performance of the nano-Al2O3 modified asphalt binders.

2022 ◽  
Vol 275 ◽  
pp. 125197
Bruno C. Amoni ◽  
Armando D.L. Freitas ◽  
Raquel A. Bessa ◽  
Cristiane P. Oliveira ◽  
Moisés Bastos-Neto ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 317 ◽  
pp. 126121
Adepu Ramesh ◽  
V. Venkat Ramayya ◽  
Gottam Sandeep Reddy ◽  
V. Vinayaka Ram

2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (24) ◽  
pp. 13828
Yu Wang ◽  
Roaa H. Latief ◽  
Hasan Al-Mosawe ◽  
Hussein K. Mohammad ◽  
Amjad Albayati ◽  

Recently, interest in the use of projectiles in research on recycling waste materials for construction applications has grown. Using recycled materials for the construction of asphalt concrete pavement, in the meantime, has become a topic of research due to its significant benefits, such as cost savings and reduced environmental impacts. This study reports on comprehensive experimental research conducted using a typical mechanical milling waste, iron filing waste (IFW), as an alternative fine aggregate for warm mix asphalt (WMA) for pavement wearing surface applications. A type of IFW from a local machine workshop was used to replace the conventional fine aggregate, fine natural sand (FNS), at percentages of 25%, 50% 75%, and 100% by the weight of FNS of the size passing sieve No. 50. Experimental tests were conducted on the mixes to compare their Marshall properties, resilient moduli, rutting and fatigue resistance, and moisture susceptibility. Finally, a performance analysis was carried out using the VESYS 5W software on the constructed pavement using the IFW mixes. Both the experiment and the modeling work demonstrated that IFW can be an effective alternative resource for replacing natural fine aggregate in WMA concrete and provided details on the optimum rate based on the comprehensive data obtained first hand.

2021 ◽  
Vol 312 ◽  
pp. 125395
Di Wang ◽  
Chiara Riccardi ◽  
Babak Jafari ◽  
Augusto Cannone Falchetto ◽  
Michael P. Wistuba

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