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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach A pulse-echo ultrasonic guided wave approach capable of monitoring the viscosity of asphalt binders as a function of temperature is presented. The method consists of sending a torsional wave from one end of a cylindrical steel rod

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01-03-2015  A pulse-echo ultrasonic guided wave approach capable of monitoring the viscosity of asphalt binders as function of temperature is presented. The method consists of sending a torsional wave from one end of a cylindrical steel rod embedded in asphalt binder and receiving the reflected signals. Experiments were performed on several binders of different performance grades, at

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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ...

The method also appears capable of monitoring changes in viscosity due to ageing of the binders. The method has the advantage of having no moving parts, which makes it attractive for the development of a system that is capable of monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders in the asphalt industry.

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Request PDF Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach A pulse-echo ultrasonic guided wave approach capable of monitoring the viscosity of asphalt binders ...

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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ...

A pulse-echo ultrasonic guided wave approach capable of monitoring the viscosity of asphalt binders as function of temperature is presented. The method consists of sending a torsional wave from one end of a cylindrical steel rod embedded in asphalt binder and receiving the reflected signals.

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DOI: 10.1784/INSI.2015.57.4.212 Corpus ID: 138103022. Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach @article{Haser2015MonitoringVI, title={Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach}, author={Alexandra N. Haser and Megan Mcgovern and Behzad Behnia and W. Buttlar and H. Reis}, journal={Insight}, year={2015},

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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach Alexandra N. Haser, Megan E. McGovern, Behzad Behnia, William Buttlar, Henrique Reis

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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach A. N. Haser, M. E. McGovern, B. Behnia, W. Buttlar, Henrique Reis Civil and Environmental Engineering

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DOI: 10.1784/INSI.2015.57.4.212 Corpus ID: 138103022. Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach @article{Haser2015MonitoringVI, title={Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ultrasonic guided wave approach}, author={Alexandra N. Haser and Megan Mcgovern and Behzad Behnia and W. Buttlar and H. Reis}, journal={Insight}, year={2015},

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Monitoring viscosity in asphalt binders using an ...

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Viscosity Determination of Asphalt Binder Using Rotational ...

Viscosity Determination of Asphalt Binder Using Rotational Viscometer AASHTO Designation: T 316-13 1. SCOPE 1.1. This test method outlines the procedure for measuring the viscosity of asphalt binders at elevated temperature from 60 to over 200°C using a Rotational Viscometer apparatus as specified by M 320 and R 29. 1.2.

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Estimation of Binder Viscosity in Aged Asphalt Mixture ...

The binder viscosity in an old asphalt mixture is usually measured from the recovered asphalt. To re- cover the aged asphalt from RAP, a series of laboratory process, such as Abson method, must be carried out. It takes at least a day or two before getting a viscosity data from the

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Estimation of RAP’s Binder Viscosity Using GPC without ...

Statistical analysis indicated that absolute viscosity of the binder in an asphalt mixture could be reasonably estimated from the GPC test. The R 2 value of the absolute viscosity with large molecular size was as high as 0.95 for unmodified asphalt and 0.9 for polymer-modified asphalt binder.

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The Characterization of Foamed Asphalt Binders Using a ...

asphalt vs. original binder while using a rotational viscometer. Typically two temperatures such as 135°C and 160°C are used to test asphalt binders for Superpave testing (12). Asphalt binder must have a viscosity of less than 3 Pa*s at 135°C. The viscosity at these two temperatures is

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Asphalt Binder Basics - NDLTAP

Asphalt Binder Basics Specifications, History and Future. Asphalt Binder “A dark brown to black cementatious ... •Viscosity ―Developed in 1950s ―Absolute Viscosity •Tested @ 60°C (140°F) ―Kinematic Viscosity •Tested @ 135°C (275°F) 7. penetration 0 sec 5 sec 100 g

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(PDF) Investigations into the relationship between binder ...

PDF A major failure mode for roads in Australia is rutting of the pavement under heavy traffic loads. Remediation of rutted pavements increases costs... Find, read and cite all the research ...

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DETERMINING THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT BINDER ...

The original asphalt binder used for construction was 60/70 grade. The details of the basic properties of this asphalt binder are as shown in Table 2. Table 2: Basic properties of original asphalt binder Basic tests Result Limit as per IS-73-1961 2006 Penetration test @ 25°C, 0.1 mm, 100 g, 5 secs 65 60-70

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Rheological Properties of Polyethylene-Modified Asphalt Binder

In this study, a fresh asphalt binder with 60/70 penetration was used. The source of the asphalt binder is Jordan Petroleum Refinery (JPR). The equivalent Performance Grade (PG) for this asphalt binder is PG 64-10. The specific gravity of the asphalt binder was measured using the pycnometer method AASHTO T 228 and found to be 1.014.

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Viscosity Determination of Asphalt Binder Using Rotational ...

Viscosity Determination of Asphalt Binder Using Rotational Viscometer AASHTO Designation: T 316-13 1. SCOPE 1.1. This test method outlines the procedure for measuring the viscosity of asphalt binders at elevated temperature from 60 to over 200°C using a Rotational Viscometer apparatus as specified by M 320 and R 29. 1.2.

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Inline Viscosity Measurement of Asphalt Polymer Blends ...

The ability to measure and monitor these same properties in production and to correlate the values to the above laboratory references leads to considerable time savings for asphalt binder producers. Without the capability to measure the inline viscosity of the polymer blend, the producer is forced to wait until the laboratory results are final before releasing the tank truck or rail car for ...

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Estimation of RAP’s Binder Viscosity Using GPC without ...

Statistical analysis indicated that absolute viscosity of the binder in an asphalt mixture could be reasonably estimated from the GPC test. The R 2 value of the absolute viscosity with large molecular size was as high as 0.95 for unmodified asphalt and 0.9 for polymer-modified asphalt binder.

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The Characterization of Foamed Asphalt Binders Using a ...

asphalt vs. original binder while using a rotational viscometer. Typically two temperatures such as 135°C and 160°C are used to test asphalt binders for Superpave testing (12). Asphalt binder must have a viscosity of less than 3 Pa*s at 135°C. The viscosity at these two temperatures is

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(PDF) Investigations into the relationship between binder ...

PDF A major failure mode for roads in Australia is rutting of the pavement under heavy traffic loads. Remediation of rutted pavements increases costs... Find, read and cite all the research ...

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“Rheology of Asphalt Binders and Implications for Performance”

Moduli for asphalt binders and mixtures are loading time and temperature dependent • Expect materials to exhibit viscous and elastic behavior • Refer to such materials as “viscoelastic” Deal today with linear viscoelastic materials only • “Linear viscoelastic” implies that the modulus is

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Improvement on rheological property of asphalt binder ...

14-06-2021  The rotational viscosity of 7.5% μPCM modified asphalt binder was approximately 0.5 Pa.s at the temperature of 135 °C. Based on the Superpave specification of asphalt binder, the RV has met the criterion of 3 Pa.s . It could be found that the addition of μPCM did not affect viscosity of asphalt binder at the high range temperature.

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DETERMINING THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT BINDER ...

The original asphalt binder used for construction was 60/70 grade. The details of the basic properties of this asphalt binder are as shown in Table 2. Table 2: Basic properties of original asphalt binder Basic tests Result Limit as per IS-73-1961 2006 Penetration test @ 25°C, 0.1 mm, 100 g, 5 secs 65 60-70

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Rheological Properties of Polyethylene-Modified Asphalt Binder

In this study, a fresh asphalt binder with 60/70 penetration was used. The source of the asphalt binder is Jordan Petroleum Refinery (JPR). The equivalent Performance Grade (PG) for this asphalt binder is PG 64-10. The specific gravity of the asphalt binder was measured using the pycnometer method AASHTO T 228 and found to be 1.014.

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Performance Graded Asphalt Binder

0 Performance Graded Asphalt Binder Quality Control/Quality Assurance Program July 30, 2004 (Revision 15, Modified March 27, 2017) Compiled by the

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