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Title: Comparison between the permanent deformation behaviour of a standard and a rut resistant HMA (hot-mix asphalt) mix
Authors: Steyn, WJvdM
Denneman, E
Mahlangu, S
Keywords: Permanent deformation
Rutting
SATC
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Southern African Transport Conference (SATC)
Citation: Steyn WJVDM, Denneman E, and Mahlangu S. 2008. Comparison between the permanent deformation behaviour of a standard and a rut resistant HMA (hot-mix asphalt) mix. Partnership for research and progress in Transportation. 27th Southern African Transport Conference (SATC), Pretoria, South Africa, July 7-11, 2008, pp 10
Abstract: In this paper the focus is on the comparison between the permanent deformation behaviour of the standard HMA mix and one rut resistant HMA mix of which the grading differs from that of the standard HMA mix. The permanent deformation has been monitored under traffic loading with the Heavy Vehicle Simulator (HVS), and the temperature under which the loading was applied was varied. Other parameters such as the binder type (of the HMA) and load levels (of the HVS) were kept constant to focus the attention on the effect of the change in grading of the HMA mix
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/10204/2407
ISBN: 978-1-920017-34-7
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