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Evaluation and prediction of the tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials

William O. Hadley

Evaluation and prediction of the tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials

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Published by Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bituminous materials -- Testing.,
  • Roads -- Base courses.,
  • Aggregates (Building materials) -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEvaluation of tensile properties of subbases for use in new rigid pavement design.
    Statementby William O. Hadley, W. Ronald Hudson [and] Thomas W. Kennedy.
    SeriesCenter for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin. Research report no. 98-9
    ContributionsHudson, W. Ronald, joint author., Kennedy, Thomas William, 1938- joint author., University of Texas at Austin. Center for Highway Research., Texas. Highway Dept.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTE205 .H29
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 98 l.
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5393532M
    LC Control Number72610924

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Evaluation and prediction of the tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials by William O. Hadley Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials. The report also in­ cludes prediction equations in terms of the important factors which can be used to estimate modulus of elasticity, Poisson's ratio, tensile strength, and failure strain of any combination of the factors.

tensile properties can be obtained from indirect tensile test results (2, 3, 4). In previous work (2) the tensile strengths for asphalt-treated materials involving a wide variety of mix variables were evaluated.

tensile properties of stabilized subbase materials by means of the indirect tensile test. Three preliminary screening experiments were performed evaluating the factors affecting the tensile characteristics of asphalt­ treated, cement-treated and lime-treated materials.

Research Report attempts to clarify and rein­. Report No.'~n Evaluation of Factors Affecting the Tensile Properties of Asphalt-Treated Materials," by William O.

Hadley, W. Ronald Hudson, and Thomas W. Kennedy, discusses factors important in determining the tensile strength of asphalt-treated materials and reports findings of an evaluation of eight of these Size: 3MB.

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tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials tested in indirect tension and the stability and cohesiometer values for identical companion specimens tested in the Hveem stabilometer and cohesiometer. The parameters obtained from the indirect tensile test included tensile strength at failure, estimated.

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In a composite slab containing both plain concrete and ECC strips, with proper design at the ECC/concrete interfaces, and careful selection of material properties (that is, to assure that the tensile strength of concrete is higher than that of ECC material), it is possible to localize the tensile deformation Evaluation and prediction of the tensile properties of asphalt-treated materials book the ECC strip instead of cracking in the concrete section.

The objective of this study was to develop approximate relationships for prediction of the rheological properties and tensile strength of asphalt concrete with conventional bitumen binder to.

Thermomechanical Fatigue of Ceramic-Matrix Composites is an excellent book for developers and users of CMCs, as well as organizations involved in evaluation and characterization of CMCs. It will appeal to materials scientists, construction. Keywords: Tensile test curve, microstructure dependent deformation, mathematical curve fitting, evaluation of, curve fitting methods, microstructure dependent prediction of tensile test curve.

Abstract. The manufacturing process gives cast iron castings properties are dependent on which component design, metallurgy and casting by: 3. To evaluate mechanical properties, tensile, flexural, impact, hardness and specific gravity are carried out.

The material is expected to be beneficial with lesser environmental issues. Read more. MATERIAL PROPERTIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF MECHANISTIC-EMPIRICAL (M-E) PAVEMENT DESIGN PROCEDURES FINAL REPORT February Prepared in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation and The U.S.

Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration by Teruhisa Masada, Associate Professor Civil Engineering Dept., Ohio University. Consideration of permeable pavement in landscape architecture.

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Ronald Hudson and Thomas W. Kennedy. A Method of Estimating Tensile Properties of Materials Tested in Indirect Tension. This paper is intended to verify the concern expressed by researchers that stiff asphalt-mineral filler mastics may lead to the cracking of flexible pavements in the brittle-ductile region.

Test results obtained from the direct tensile test show that both tensile stress and tensile. C.2 Material Properties The ultimate tensile strength for each material is listed in Table 1.

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In the past, some regression equations were developed to predict the tensile strength of asphalt concrete. However, these equations are only valid for narrow temperature and strain rate ranges and do not relate to the material properties.

(1) to determine whether the indirect tensile test can be used for the study of the behavior of asphalt-treated materials subjected to repeated tensile stresses, (2) to define the general nature of the relationship between applied tensile stress and fatigue life and to evaluate the effect on fatigue life of certain mixture and compaction.

Concrete is weak in tension but proper evaluation of its tensile strength allows better understanding of its possibilities. It is important to identify whether its tensile properties were measured without or with elimination of uncontrolled flexure which may occur in uniaxial tension by: 2.

High temperature mechanical testing of ultra high temperature materials, such as monolithic ceramics, ceramic matrix composites, and carbon — carbon composites, can be a very difficult task. Many factors will influence the success or failure of the test, including the mechanical test system, heating system, gripping system, testpiece design.

King () examined some tensile properties of mohair and kemp. Kemp fibers were included in a report of Smuts and Hunter (). Smuts et al. () showed that mohair had higher tenacity, initial modulus, and extension than wool of the same diameter and that mohair tensile characteristics were fairly constant over the range of diameters tested.

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veloped to predict material response. The results of phase 1 of this study were reported pre­ viously (1). The results of phase 2, which involved analysis of crack resistance parameters, evaluation of in situ support conditions, evaluation of paving com­ ponent materials, and prediction of pavement perfor­ mance, are presented here.

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Hadley, W. Ronald Hudson, Thomas W. @article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of tests to assess stripping potential for asphalt concrete mixtures}, author = {Gharaybeh, F.A.}, abstractNote = {The stress pedestal test, the boiling test and the indirect tensile test were evaluated for assessing the stripping potential of selected asphalt concrete mixes and the effectiveness of antistripping additives.

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DIETER- Chapter on fatigue of metals) using tensile properties. PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Melting temperature 9 Density 10 Young’s modulus 11 Yield stress and tensile strength 12 Fracture toughness 13 Environmental resistance 14 Uniaxial tensile response of selected metals and polymers 15 III.

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