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Assessment of Warm Mix Technologies for Use with Asphalt Rubber Paving Applications
Warm mix asphalt (WMA) is the name given to certain technologies that reduce the production and placement temperatures of asphalt mixes.  Generally, the placement
temperatures should be between 185°F and 275°F for...
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Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Asphalt Rubber Chip Seal with Warm Mix Additive Demonstration
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works placed an asphalt rubber warm mix chip seal demonstration on Smith Avenue in the unincorporated community of
Acton on August 26, 2010. This was the second project of this type placed in California in the summer of 2010 by Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc. The...
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Preliminary Study on Warm Mix Technologies with Asphalt Rubber - Final Summary Report
This report presents a summary of work on two separate topics. The first was to evaluate whether terminal blend rubberized asphalt is an effective product and is
eligible for the CIWMB grant program. Terminal Blends (TB) are binder materials that use finely ground (less than 40 mesh) crumb rubber...
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