Wam Foam Asphalt Production at Lower Operating Temperatures as an Environmental Friendly Alternative to Hma

@inproceedings{Larsen2004WamFA,
  title={Wam Foam Asphalt Production at Lower Operating Temperatures as an Environmental Friendly Alternative to Hma},
  author={Oystein Larsen and \O. Moen and C. Robertus and B. G. Koenders},
  year={2004}
}
A co-operation between Kolo Veidekke and Shell initiated work on Warm Asphalt Mixtures (WAM*) with laboratory experiments back in 1995. The work resulted in the WAM Foam process which was presented for the first time at the Eurasphalt&Eurobitume congress in 2000. WAM Foam is a new process for producing asphalt of hot mix quality, at lower operating temperatures (100-120°C) in a conventional asphalt plant with only minor modifications to the equipment. Asphalt production and quality have been… CONTINUE READING
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