• Engineering
  • Published 2007

Determination of Dynamic Modulus Master Curves for Oklahoma HMA Mixtures

@inproceedings{Cross2007DeterminationOD,
  title={Determination of Dynamic Modulus Master Curves for Oklahoma HMA Mixtures},
  author={Stephen A Cross and Yatish Jakatimath and Sumesh Kc},
  year={2007}
}
The Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide (M-EPDG) uses a hierarchical approach with three levels of material characterization for asphalt materials. The first level provides the highest design reliability and each succeeding level is a drop in design reliability. Dynamic modulus is one of the required material characteristics. The first or highest level of reliability entails measured dynamic modulus. The second and third levels of reliability entail the use of predictive equations. The… CONTINUE READING

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