Effect of polymer fibres reinforcement on selected properties of asphalt mixtures
The paper presents selected results of the research program concerning fibre reinforced asphalt concrete. Aramid-polyalphaolefin fibres was used in this study. Selected properties responsible for low temperature cracking and resistance to permanent deformation are presented in this paper. Low temperature cracking susceptibility was evaluated with the results obtained from bending test of rectangular beams with constant rate of deformation and semi-circular bending test based on fracture mechanics theory. Performance in high temperatures was assessed by master curves of dynamic modulus. Obtained results indicated that evaluated fibres can improve low temperature pavement performance.
Piotr Jaskuła, Marcin Stienss, Cezary Szydłowski. (2017). Effect of polymer fibres reinforcement on selected properties of asphalt mixtures. Procedia Engineering, 172, 441-448. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2017.02.026
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