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Short-Term and Long-Term Aging Behavior of Rubber Modified Asphalt Paving Mixture
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Author(s):
Lee, Suckhong and Liang, Robert Y.  
Origin:
Ohio  
Date:
January, 1996  
Categories:
Performance  
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Summary:
The primary objectives of this paper are:
•        To study the effect of short-term and long-term aging various rubber modified asphalt concrete mixtures produced
      by wet and dry processes.
•        To study the effect of short-term aging on the various CRM modified asphalt binders via viscosity measurement
      using Brookfield viscometer and dynamic shear rheometer test.
•        To study a possible relationship of the aging behavior between the rheological properties of the CRM modified
      binders and the CRM modified asphalt-aggregate mixes.
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