Application of Polymer Materials in Pavement Design

Edited by
November 2023
364 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-9235-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-9234-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Application of Polymer Materials in Pavement Design that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science

This Special Issue comprises 17 research articles and 2 review articles, covering studies on both individual and composite polymer modifications. Topics include high-content polymer-modified bitumen, epoxy resin adhesives, SBS-modified bitumen, PE-modified bitumen, crumb-rubber-modified bitumen, and biopolymeric capsules and bitumen rejuvenators.

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high-content polymer modified asphalt; SBS; viscoelastic behavior; phase structure; neat and polymer-modified bitumens; low temperatures; creep compliance; relaxation modulus; relaxation time spectrum; glass transition temperature; road engineering; reclaimed asphalt binder; rheological properties; SHRP test; variance analysis; road engineering; salt storage pavement; salt storage asphalt mastic; high elastic polymer; rheological properties; waste polyethylene; spectroscopic analysis; morphological analysis; XRD; creep analysis; SEM; asphalt pavements; modified asphalt; functional polymer; cis-1, 4-polyisoprene; polyethylene; molecular dynamics; microscopic mechanism; nano-OvPOSS; SBS; modified asphalt; compatibility; structure; mechanical properties; hot recycled asphalt mixture; RAP; degree of blending (DOB); low-temperature performance; fatigue lifetime; prediction model; asphalt binder; moisture damage; dynamic pore water pressure; rheological behaviors; damage mechanism; recycled engine oil bottom; SBS modifier; rheological properties; the modification-rejuvenation mechanism; self-healing; rejuvenators; alginate; encapsulation; factorial design; post hoc analyses; rubberized asphalt; adhesion characteristics; binder bond strength (BBS); surface free energy (SFE); atomic force microscope (AFM); calcium alginate capsules; asphalt concrete; selfhealing level; low service temperature; asphalt; natural fibers; synthetic fibers; waste fibers; dense asphalt mix; stone mastic asphalt; porous asphalt mix; biodegradability; VOCs; crumb rubber; bitumen; organic montmorillonite; inhibition; performance-based; asphalt mix design; performance-related specification; viscoelastic continuum damage model; viscoplastic shift model; asphalt pavement; microwave heating; pavement de-icing; self-healing; asphalt pavement; pavement materials; epoxy resin; toughening agent; mechanical properties; response surface method; gray relational analysis; film thickness; HCPMA; optimal film thickness; aging durability