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Title: Evaluating the effects of compaction of hot mix asphalt on selected laboratory tests
Authors: Kekana, SL
Steyn, WJvdM
Keywords: HMA
Hot Mix Asphalt design method
Rutting performance
Axial Loading Slab Test
SATC
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Southern African Transport Conference (SATC)
Citation: Kekana SL, Steyn WJVDM. 2008. Evaluating the effects of compaction of hot mix asphalt on selected laboratory test. Partnership for research and progress in Transportation. 27th Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), Pretoria, South Africa, July 7-11, 2008, pp 13
Abstract: Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) surfaced roads provide good riding quality when properly constructed, but there are serious distresses associated with HMA, and asphalt rutting is one of them. The existence of rutting on roads results in ponding of water in the wheel tracks, increasing the potential for aquaplaning during wet weather, poor riding quality and increasing vehicle operating costs. Fatigue cracking compromises the structural integrity of the pavement and enables water to penetrate into the pavement structure, causing secondary distress. This paper only concentrates on rutting. There is a need for developing improved laboratory testing methods and appropriate acceptance criteria for rutting in South Africa. The latter was echoed during the 9th Conference on Asphalt Pavement of Southern Africa. The outcomes of this study will address some of the issues surrounding laboratory tests for evaluating rutting
Description: Paper presented at the 27th Annual Southern African Transport Conference 7 - 11 July 2008 "Partnership for research and progress in transportation", CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2406
ISBN: 978-1-920017-34-7
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