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Title: Forensic investigation into the performance of hot-mix asphalt
Authors: Denneman, E
Sadzik, ES
Keywords: Forensic investigation
Permanemt deformation
Fatigue cracking
Ageing
Issue Date: May-2008
Citation: Denneman, E and Sadzik, ES. 2008. Forensic investigation into the performance of hot-mix asphalt. Asphalt: Roads for Life, 4th Euroasphalt and Eurobitumen Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21-23 May 2008, pp 11
Abstract: The discussion in this paper is based on the outcome of a detailed forensic investigation on the performance of Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) on five road sections in the Gauteng province. The investigation forms part of a larger project to improve the rutting and fatigue behaviour of HMA wearing courses in South Africa. The findings of the forensic investigation were used, in conjunction with the outcomes of a state of the art survey, to define the scope of a multi-year HMA research programme currently in progress. Selection of the five sections was based on the results of a preliminary forensic investigation by Benoit Verhaeghe, for which the performance of a large number of HMA sections in the province was studied
Description: Asphalt: Roads for Life, 4th Euroasphalt and Eurobitumen Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, 21-23 May 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3049
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