Highway Engineering: Pavements, Materials and Control of Quality

Highway Engineering: Pavements, Materials and Control of Quality

by Athanassios Nikolaides

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781466579965
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/14/2014
Pages: 924
Product dimensions: 10.10(w) x 7.30(h) x 2.30(d)

About the Author

Dr. Athanassios Nikolaides is a professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and director of the Highway Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering. He has published more than 90 papers in journals and conference proceedings, presented more than 40 additional papers at various seminars, and published three books in Greek. He is a member of the editorial advisory panel of the ICE (UK) Journal of Construction Materials, and the founder and president of the International Conference on Bituminous Mixtures and Pavements and has served as a consultant to several organizations and corporations in Greece, Europe, and Indonesia.

Table of Contents

Soils

The formation of soils

Soil fractions

Physical properties of soils

Basic soil tests

Soil classification

Soil bearing capacity tests

Plate bearing test – modulus of reaction (k)

Resistance R value test

Elastic modulus and resilient modulus of soils

Compaction of soil materials on site

Density tests in situ

References

Aggregates

General

Crushed aggregates

Natural aggregates

Slags

Mine waste

Demolition materials

Artificial aggregates

Recycled (pulverised) aggregates

Aggregate sizes

Aggregate tests

Geometrical properties determination tests

Physical properties determination tests

Chemical properties tests

Petrographic description of aggregates

Blending two or more aggregates

References

Bitumen, bituminous binders and anti-stripping agents

General

Natural asphalt

Tar

Manufactured bitumen

Cut-back and fluxed bituminous binders

Bitumen emulsions

Anti-stripping agents

Modified bitumens and special bitumens

Handling of bituminous binders

References

Laboratory tests and properties of bitumen and bitumen emulsion

General

Penetration test

Softening point test (Left)

Penetration index

Ductility test

Force ductility test

Elastic recovery test

Viscosity

Fraass breaking point

Heukelom chart – bitumen test data chart

Resistance to hardening tests

Flash and fire point – cleveland open cup method

Solubility test

Tensile test

Cohesion with pendulum test

Storage stability test

Mineral matter or ash in asphalt materials

Capillary-stoppered pycnometer test for determination of density and specific gravity of bitumen

Determination of water in bitumen by distillation method

Bitumen emulsion tests

Mechanical properties of bitumen

Performance-graded asphalt binder tests

References

Hot asphalts

General

Determination and role of asphalts

Characteristic types of asphalts

Asphalt concrete

AC for very thin layers

Porous asphalt

HRA in accordance to European standards

Stone mastic asphalt

Mastic asphalt

Soft asphalt

High-modulus asphalts

Warm mix asphalts

Other types of asphalts

References

Cold asphalts

General

Characteristic types of cold asphalts

Dense-graded cold asphalts

Open-graded cold asphalts

Production of cold asphalt mixtures

Laying and compaction of cold asphalt mixtures

Quality control of cold asphalt mixtures

Cold asphalts for slurry surfacing

References

Annex 6.A

Coating test

Annex 6.B

Modified Marshall mix design for dense- graded cold asphalt (DGCA)

Specimen production and Marshall testing

Annex 6.C

Soaking test – capillary water absorption test

Fundamental mechanical properties of asphalts and laboratory tests

General

Stiffness modulus of asphalts

Types of loading

Determination of stiffness modulus and other moduli

Prediction of asphalt stiffness

Permanent deformation of asphalts

Fatigue of asphalts

References

Production, transportation, laying and compaction of hot mix asphalts

General

Types of asphalt production plants

Batch plants

Drum-mix plants

Transportation of hot mix asphalts

Laying/paving

Compaction of asphalts

References

Annex .A

Quality control of production and acceptance of asphalts

General

Sampling

Methods of material sampling

Inspection and testing of incoming constituent materials and delivered product

Acceptance of delivered and laid asphalt

Methods for determination of binder content

References

Layers of flexible pavement

General

Subgrade

Capping layer

Sub-base course

Base course

Asphalt layers

Poisson’s ratio of paving and subgrade materials

References

Methods determining stresses and deflections

References

Traffic and traffic assessment

General

Axle loads

Vehicle classification

Overloaded vehicles

Measurement of vehicle axle load

Contact area and pressure

The concept of equivalent standard axle loading –equivalency factors for flexible pavements

Equivalency factors for rigid pavements

References

Flexible pavement design methodologies

General

Design criteria for flexible pavements

Asphalt institute pavement design methodology

AASHTO pavement design methodology

UK flexible pavement design methodology

AUTh flexible pavement design methodology

Shell flexible pavement design methodology

French flexible pavement design methodology

Australian flexible pavement design methodology

The Nottingham University/mobil design method

Other pavement design methods

AASHTO mechanistic–empirical pavement design guide

References

Rigid pavements and design methodologies

General

Subgrade and layers of rigid pavements

Consideration of stresses that developed on a concrete slab

Cracking of fresh and hardened concrete

Joints in concrete pavements

Contraction joints

Expansion joints

Sealants and joint fillers

Warping joints

Joints attributed to interruption of works

The function of steel reinforcement

Amount and position of reinforcement

Jointed reinforced concrete pavements

Continuously reinforced concrete pavements

Pre-stressed concrete

Fibre-reinforced concrete

Rigid pavement design methodologies

UK rigid pavement design methodology

AASHTO rigid pavement design methodology

Australian rigid pavement design methodology

MEPDG for rigid pavements

Construction of rigid pavements

References

Pavement maintenance rehabilitation and strengthening

General

Terminology

Maintenance, rehabilitation and pavement life

Typical surface distresses in flexible pavements

Cracking in flexible pavements

Retardation of reflective cracking treatments and asphalt reinforcement techniques

Surface distortions in flexible pavements

Disintegration of flexible pavements

Loss of surface skid resistance

Typical distresses in rigid pavements

Cracking of rigid pavements

Surface deformation in rigid pavements

Disintegration of rigid pavements

Loss of surface skid resistance

Surface dressing

Pavement strengthening

Asphalt overlay design methods over flexible pavements

Asphalt overlay over rigid pavement

Concrete overlay over rigid or flexible pavement

AASHTO overlay design method

References

Pavement evaluation and measurement of functional and structural characteristics

Pavement evaluation

Functional evaluation by visual condition survey

Functional evaluation by devices measuring surface characteristics

Structural evaluation of pavements

References

Pavement management

General

Terms – definitions

Purpose of pavement management

Levels of pavement management analysis

Pavement management components

Software for pavement management

Pavement recycling

General

What pavement recycling is offering

Pavement recycling methods

Cold milling (planning)

Hot recycling

Cold recycling

Evaluation of RA

Suitability of RA

Hot recycling mix design

Cold recycling mix design

Pavement design using recycled asphalt

Recycling of rigid pavements

References

Index

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