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TitleConstructing better roads with asphalt rubber
Author(s)Pais, Jorge C.
Thives, Liseane P.
Pereira, Paulo A. A.
Trichês, Glicério
KeywordsAsphalt rubber
Fatigue
Permanent deformation
Asphalt mixtures
Issue dateDec-2015
PublisherTechnical University of Civil Engineering
JournalRomanian Journal of Transport Infrastructure
CitationPais J. C., Thives L., Trichês G., Pereira P. A. A. Constructing better roads with asphalt rubber, The Romanian Journal of Transport Infrastructure, Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp. 23-52, 2286-2218, 2015
Abstract(s)Brazilians mixtures containing asphalt rubber were evaluated by mechanical laboratory tests. A conventional mixture with asphalt CAP-50/70 was produced as a mixture control. With the aim of compare the Brazilians mixtures performance, a Portuguese asphalt rubber mixture was tested as well. The testing set involved the determination of the mechanical properties, fatigue and permanent deformation, of asphalt rubber produced by wet process through two different systems: continuous blend and terminal blend. The asphalt rubber morphology was evaluated in order to determine the compatibility of the systems. The asphalt rubber mixtures exhibit good resistance to permanent deformation and prolonged fatigue life in relation to mixture control. Therefore it is concluded that the application of asphalt rubber alters the characteristics of asphalt mixture in a very beneficial way.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/46136
ISSN2286-2218
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
Appears in Collections:C-TAC - Artigos em Revistas Nacionais

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