The Utilization of Graphene Oxide in Traditional Construction Materials: Asphalt
AbstractIn the advanced research fields of solar cell and energy storing materials, graphene and graphene oxide (GO) are two of the most promising materials due to their high specific surface area, and excellent electrical and physical properties. However, they was seldom studied in the traditional materials because of their high cost. Nowadays, graphene and GO are much cheaper than before with the development of production technologies, which provides the possibility of using these extraordinary materials in the traditional construction industry. In this paper, GO was selected as a nano-material to modify two different asphalts. Then a thin film oven test and a pressure aging vessel test were applied to simulate the aging of GO-modified asphalts. After thermal aging, basic physical properties (softening point and penetration) were tested for the samples which were introduced at different mass ratios of GO (1% and 3%) to asphalt. In addition, rheological properties were tested to investigate how GO could influence the asphalts by dynamic shearing rheometer tests. Finally, some interesting findings and potential utilization (warm mixing and flame retardants) of GO in asphalt pavement construction were explained. View Full-Text
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Zeng, W.; Wu, S.; Pang, L.; Sun, Y.; Chen, Z. The Utilization of Graphene Oxide in Traditional Construction Materials: Asphalt. Materials 2017, 10, 48.
Zeng W, Wu S, Pang L, Sun Y, Chen Z. The Utilization of Graphene Oxide in Traditional Construction Materials: Asphalt. Materials. 2017; 10(1):48.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zeng, Wenbo; Wu, Shaopeng; Pang, Ling; Sun, Yihan; Chen, Zongwu. 2017. "The Utilization of Graphene Oxide in Traditional Construction Materials: Asphalt." Materials 10, no. 1: 48.
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