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1 IFSTTAR-MAST-MIT - Matériaux pour Infrastructure de Transport 2 Departamento de Engenharia de Transportes 3 Groupe Eiffage

Résumé : Within the framework of the European Project SUP&R ITN a PhD the-sis is carried out to study the durability of the combination of high rates of re-claimed asphalt pavement and warm mix asphalt technologies. For this purpose the complex modulus and fatigue resistance of three different asphalt mixtures, in-cluding surfactant modified and foamed warm mix asphalts, combined with re-claimed asphalt pavement RAP has been studied. The extra value is given by the application of an ageing procedure based on the oxidation of compacted materials in laboratory. It follows the recommendations of the RILEM TC-ATB TG5, which distinguishes between short and long term ageing. Fourier Transform InfraRed FTIR tests were carried out on the extracted bitumens to quantify the oxidation levels. An increase of the norm and a decrease of the phase angle of |E*| at 15°C 10Hz with ageing and RAP addition are experienced for all the mixtures. Similar to what happens with the slopes of the fatigue laws that tend as well to increase. A consistent correlation is observed between these evolutions and the evolution of the carbonyl index calculated. This reflects a trend towards more brittle materials with predicted fatigue live improved for low strain levels but reduced for high strain levels. In general, the tendency is similar for all procedures, so the use of warm technologies combined with high RAP amounts may need to be considered.


Autor: Miguel Perez Martinez - Paul Marsac - Thomas Gabet - Ferhat Hammoum - Manuela De Mesquita Lopes - Simon Pouget -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/


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