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Author Radovskiy, Boris.
Title Viscoelastic properties of asphalts based on penetration and softening point / Boris Radovskiy, Bagdat Teltayev.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2018.

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Author Radovskiy, Boris.
Series Structural Integrity ; v. 2
Structural integrity ; v. 2.
Subject Asphalt -- Elastic properties.
Alt Name Teltayev, Bagdat.
Description 1 online resource (115 pages).
Contents Preface; References; Contents; 1 Viscoelastic Properties; Abstract; 1.1 The Concept of Stiffness Modulus; 1.2 The Concept of Viscoelastic Material; 1.3 Stress-Strain Relations of Linear Viscoelasticity; 1.4 Experimental Methods for Viscoelastic Materials; 1.5 Timea#x80;#x93;Temperature Analogy; References; 2 Determining of Asphalt Stiffness Modulus; Abstract; 2.1 Test Data on Asphalt Stiffness Modulus; 2.2 Empirical Formulas Earlier Suggested for Stiffness Modulus; 2.3 Development of Formula for Asphalt Stiffness; References; 3 Relaxation Modulus and Complex Modulus; Abstract.
3.1 Asphalt Creep Compliance3.2 Asphalt Relaxation Modulus; 3.2.1 Recursive Formula for Relaxation Modulus; 3.2.2 Approximate Formulas for Relaxation Modulus; 3.3 Asphalt Complex Modulus; 3.3.1 Approximate Formulas for Dynamic Modulus; 3.3.2 Comparison of Formulas for Dynamic Modulus and Phase Angle with Test Data; 3.3.3 Relaxation Spectrum of Asphalt Binder and Its Comparison with Test Data; 3.4 Calculation of Relaxation Modulus Based on Complex Modulus Test Data; 3.4.1 Calculation Method; 3.4.2 Comparison of Moduli; References; 4 Practical Applications; Abstract.
4.1 Effect of Aging on Viscoelastic Properties of Asphalt4.2 Requirements to Asphalt in Terms of Pavement Low-Temperature Crack Resistance; 4.3 Asphalt Grade Defining in Accordance with Superpave Requirements; 4.4 Determining the Asphalt and Asphalt Concrete Relaxation Modulus as a Function of Temperature and Load Duration; 4.5 Determining of the Asphalt Concrete Complex Modulus; 4.6 Low Temperature Cracking Problem for Asphalt Pavement; 4.7 Conclusion.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This work deals with conventional and new relationships between various viscoelastic properties of road bitumen, determined under different test modes, such as constant stress, constant deformation or cyclic load. Approximate formulas have been derived for prediction of the rheological properties of asphalt based on its standard parameters such as penetration and softening point. The work is intended for researchers and engineers in road paving industry. It may be also of interest for teachers and Civil Engineering students.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319672144 (electronic bk.)
3319672142 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-67214-4
OCLC # 1012343263
Additional Format Print version: Radovskiy, Boris. Viscoelastic Properties of Asphalts Based on Penetration and Softening Point. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017 9783319672137

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