Characterisation of Asphalt Concrete Using Nanoindentation
AbstractIn this study, nanoindentation was conducted to extract the load-displacement behaviour and the nanomechanical properties of asphalt concrete across the mastic, matrix, and aggregate phases. Further, the performance of hydrated lime as an additive was assessed across the three phases. The hydrated lime containing samples have greater resistance to deformation in the mastic and matrix phases, in particular, the mastic. There is strong evidence suggesting that hydrated lime has the most potent effect on the mastic phase, with significant increase in hardness and stiffness. View Full-Text
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Barbhuiya, S.; Caracciolo, B. Characterisation of Asphalt Concrete Using Nanoindentation. Materials 2017, 10, 823.
Barbhuiya S, Caracciolo B. Characterisation of Asphalt Concrete Using Nanoindentation. Materials. 2017; 10(7):823.Chicago/Turabian Style
Barbhuiya, Salim; Caracciolo, Benjamin. 2017. "Characterisation of Asphalt Concrete Using Nanoindentation." Materials 10, no. 7: 823.
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