Asphalt concrete subjected to long-time loading at low temperatures – Deviations from the time-temperature superposition principle
The article presents the observed deviations from the time-temperature superposition principle of asphalt concretes, tested in the bending beam creep test at low temperatures for a long time of loading. In almost all tested asphalt concretes, deviations appeared after 500 s of loading at the temperature of -10 C. Some types of bitumen presented deviations at other temperatures – usually the harder the grade of the bitumen, the higher was the temperature of appearance of deviation. The article investigates also the impact of the following factors on the described deviations: type of bitumen, assumed time of loading and level of loading.
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Mariusz Jaczewski, Józef Judycki, Piotr Jaskuła. (2019). Asphalt concrete subjected to long-time loading at low temperatures – Deviations from the time-temperature superposition principle, 202, 426-439. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.01.049
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