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Development and Implementation of Overlay Design Procedure, Interim Report No. 2: Asphalt Concrete Stiffness Temperature Relationships and Pavement Distress Modeling

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This study consists of two parts. The first part discusses the asphalt concrete stiffness-temperature relationship for Class B mix in Washington State. Two relationships have been suggested. The first one is a composite curve for the stiffness-temperature relationship and the other is a correction factor for the stiffness at any temperature.

The second part of the report is a state-of-the-art review for the fatigue mode of distress for asphalt concrete pavement.

  • Date Published: March, 1985
  • Publication Number: WA-RD 65.3
  • Last Modified: June 24, 2007
  • Authors: A.A. Bubushait, D.E. Newcomb, J.P. Mahoney.
  • Originator: Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
  • # of Pages: 72 p., 4,503 KB (PDF)
  • Subject: Asphalt concrete, Bituminous overlays, Cracking, Failure, Fatigue (Mechanics), Materials at high or low temperatures, Modulus of elasticity, Modulus of resilience, Nomographs, Pavement design, Pavement distress, State of the art, Stiffness, Temperature.
  • Keywords: Asphalt concrete modulus, stiffness-temperature relationship, distress, fatigue, temperature correction factor, SR 270, SR 12.
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This abstract was last modified April 29, 2008