Laboratory designed hot mix asphalt mixtures with post-consumer Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS) utilizing AASHTO PP78

  title={Laboratory designed hot mix asphalt mixtures with post-consumer Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS) utilizing AASHTO PP78},
  author={Edwin Haas and Christopher Ericson and Thomas. Bennert},
  journal={Construction and Building Materials},
An analysis of theoretical and empirical relationships between two asphalt binder cracking parameters
Since the adoption of the Performance Grading criteria, researchers and agencies have dedicated efforts toward supplementing the existing parameters with better indicators of asphalt binder cracking
Effect of RAP content on fatigue performance of hot-mixed recycled asphalt mixture
  • Peng YinB. Pan
  • Materials Science
    Construction and Building Materials
  • 2022
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