Achievements and Prospects of Advanced Pavement Materials Technologies

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October 2022
420 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5566-9 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5565-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Achievements and Prospects of Advanced Pavement Materials Technologies that was published in

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Road transportation is a basic need for mobility and daily life. Currently, there are a number of challenges in dealing with distressed pavement and seeking new materials with sustainability in mind in pavement systems. Therefore, it is important to conduct further research in the following areas: (1) pavement structure, materials, and design; (2) pavement models as better solutions for pavement constructions; (3) pavement mechanics for improved understanding and mechanism analyses; (4) utilization of recycled materials for environmentally friendly solutions; (5) maintenance and rehabilitation for an extended life span of pavement; (6) intelligent construction for project management, energy conservation, and future constructions; and (7) innovative approaches to test and evaluate the performance of pavement materials. The purpose of this Special Issue “Achievements and Prospects of Advanced Pavement Materials Technologies” is to explore new research ideas for pavement materials as described above.

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SBS-modified bitumen; stabilizer; thermal storage stability; vulcanization reaction; 48-h segregation softening point difference; pavement design; fatigue life; recycling; reclaimed asphalt pavement; RAP; mechanistic method; prestressed concrete pavement; oblique; demonstrative road section; stress analysis; polyurethane; asphalt mixture; epoxy resin; adhesive layer; shear strength; inclined shear test; TPCB; asphalt and asphalt mixture; physical performance; rheological properties; optimization of pavement performance; asphalt; rejuvenator; vegetable oil; pavement performance; traditional indexes; rheological indexes; asphalt mixture; service life; fatigue test; moduli decay; loading condition; stress state; highway engineering; light screening preventive maintenance agent; optimum proportion; permeability; restore performance; light aging resistance; concrete pavement; anti-skid performance durability; self-developed equipment; self-developed composite curing agent; longitudinally-transversely grooved form; road engineering; bio-oil; asphalt binder; high-temperature performance; master curve; asphalt modification; coupling agent; rheological behavior; plastic; calcium carbonate powder; carbon black nano-particles (CBNPs); asphalt binder; performance grading; scanning electron microscopy (SEM); dynamic modulus; rutting; waste engine oil; asphalt; rheological analysis; low temperature stiffness; Discovery Hybrid Rheometer (DHR); asphalt mixtures; three-dimensional stress states; freeze-thaw cycles; triaxial strength; failure criterion; nano hydrophobic silane silica; spring-thawing season; damage evolution; damage model; gray rational degree theory; dispersion; aged asphalt binder; modified; rejuvenator; micromechanism; performance; pavement engineering; runoff pollutants; spatial-temporal distribution; source control measures; purification materials; asphalt mixes; linear viscoelasticity; complex modulus; dynamic measurements; tension–compression tests; frequency response function; back-analysis; finite element method; Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs); wet mixing; bitumen; homogeneous dispersion; rutting; adhesion; asphalt mixture; basalt fiber; freeze-thaw cycle; logistic damage model; grey model; EPS lightweight soil; cyclic load; axial accumulative strain; resilient modulus; damping ratio; polyacrylate; hollow microspheres; spray drying; discrete element; asphalt mixture; digital image; fatigue; crack; Green pavement; Clustering index; Extraction test and Cantabro-crushing test; RAP; Breakage behavior; Cluster phenomenon; highway engineering; SBS modified asphalt; laboratory test; evaluation index; n/a