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Author Yu, Xiong, 1974-
Title Polymeric thermochromic dye for improvement of asphalt pavement durability / prepared by: Xiong (Bill) Yu, Ph.D., Professor [and] Jianying Hu, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Civil Engineering, Case Western University ; Prepared in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation and the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
Imprint Columbus, Ohio : Ohio Department of Transportation, Office of Statewide Planning & Research, [2017]
Springfield, Virginia : Available through the National Technical Information Service.

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Author Yu, Xiong, 1974-
Subject Asphalt -- Evaluation.
Binders (Materials) -- Evaluation.
Reflectance.
Thermochromism.
Alt Name Hu, Jianying,
Ohio. Department of Transportation,
Ohio. Department of Transportation. Office of Statewide Planning & Research,
United States. Federal Highway Administration.
Case Western Reserve University. Department of Civil Engineering.
Description 1 online resource (12 unnumbered pages, 183 pages) : illustrations (some color)
polychrome rdacc
Note Final report.
Sponsoring Agency: Ohio Department of Transportation; State Job Number 134661
"January 2017."
"FHWA/OH-2017-14"--Technical report documentation page.
Summary Asphalt pavement features good performance and relatively low construction and maintenance costs. However, the black color of asphalt binder implies that the sunlight is not reflected but absorbed, which raises the temperature of the asphalt pavement and impairs its long-term durability. This project investigated the use of innovative polymeric thermochromic materials into asphalt binder to develop thermochromic asphalt binder, which will reduce the surface temperature of asphalt pavement during summer and lead to improved durability. Comparison measurements have found that the surface temperature of thermochromic asphalt binder is lower than that of the conventional asphalt binder. Besides the cooling effects, study showed that the surface temperature of thermochromic asphalt was higher than regular asphalt under low temperature. This means thermochromic asphalt can delay ice formation on the road surface more than traditional asphalt, which is an important potential benefits for road safety in cold regions. The project conducted a pilot study to gauge the potential of thermochromic asphalt concrete to improve the durability of the pavement, reduce the environmental impacts, and mitigate ice related safety issues on the road.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapter.
Contents Introduction -- Literature Review: Progress on Thermochromic Materials and Applications -- Preliminary Experimental Study of Thermochromic Asphalt Binder -- Characterization and Empirical Analysis of the Optical Reflectance Spectra of Thermochromic Asphalt -- Characterization of the Mechanical Properties of Thermochromic Asphalt Binders -- Thermal and Pyrolytic Characteristics of Thermochromic Asphalt Binder -- Outdoor Evaluation of the Performance of Thermochromic Asphalt Concrete in Modulating Asphalt Surface Temperature -- Volumetrics Design of Thermochromic HMA and Performance Evaluation -- Summary, Conclusions and Future Work.
Note Description based on PDF document received as an e-mail attachment; title from PDF title page (viewed April 7, 2017).
OCLC # 981921623


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