publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011

Effect Of Mixing Process On Polypropylene Modified Bituminous Concrete Mix Properties

Noor Zainab Habib; Ibrahim Kamaruddin; Madzalan Napiah; Isa Mohd Tan;
Open Access English
  • Published: 26 Oct 2011
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
This paper presents a research conducted to investigate the effect of mixing process on polypropylene (PP) modified bitumen mixed with well graded aggregate to form modified bituminous concrete mix. Two mode of mixing, namely dry and wet with different concentration of polymer polypropylene was used with 80/100 pen bitumen, to evaluate the bituminous concrete mix properties. Three percentages of polymer varying from 1-3% by the weight of bitumen was used in this study. Three mixes namely control mix, wet mix and dry mix were prepared. Optimum binder content was calculated considering Marshall Stability, flow, air voids and Marshall Quotient at different bitumen ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Marshall Flow, Marshall Stability, Polymer modified bitumen, Polypropylene, Stiffness.
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Other literature type . 2011
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