Hot-Mix Asphalt Permanent Deformation Evaluated by Hamburg Wheel Tracking, Dynamic Modulus, and Repeated Load Tests

@inproceedings{Walubita2012HotMixAP,
  title={Hot-Mix Asphalt Permanent Deformation Evaluated by Hamburg Wheel Tracking, Dynamic Modulus, and Repeated Load Tests},
  author={Lubinda F. Walubita and Jun Zhang and Gautam Das and Xiaodi Hu and Charles Mushota and Allex E. Alvarez and Tom Scullion},
  year={2012}
}
Permanent deformation (or rutting) is a common distress in hot-mix asphalt (HMA) pavements. As part of the HMA mix and structural design processes to optimize field performance, the Hamburg wheel-tracking, dynamic modulus, and uniaxial repeated load permanent deformation tests have been developed to characterize the HMA rutting resistance potential. The primary objective of this study was to compare the three laboratory rutting tests of HMA mixes and to relate their rutting predictive potential… CONTINUE READING

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