publication . Doctoral thesis . 2015

Hot Mix Asphalt Recycling: Practices and Principles

Mohajeri, M.;
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  • Published: 28 Jan 2015
  • Country: Netherlands
Hot mix asphalt recycling has become common practice all over the world since the 1970s because of the crisis in oil prices. In the Netherlands, hot recycling has advanced to such an extent that in most of the mixtures more than 50% of reclaimed asphalt (RA) is allowed. These mixtures with such a high RA content are produced in a batch plant to which a parallel drum is attached. In this drum RA is pre-heated to approximately 130°C. Since 2007 another hot mix recycling techniques became available in which RA is mixed in cold and moist condition in contrary to conventional methods. It is a so called double barrel drum mixer. In this method virgin aggregates are su...
free text keywords: hot mix asphalt, recycling, blending, bitumen, reclaimed asphalt, nano indentation, fatigue, double drum mixer, superheated aggregates, nano CT scanning, microstructure of bitumen, asphalt tensile strength, asphalt compressive strength, fatigue endurance limit, batch plant, parallel partial warming, road engineering, infrared thermography, DSR, FTIR
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