Asphalt Properties

V.44-75, p.387. Grading of Asphalt Cements by Viscosity. Tons, Egons and Chritz, A.P.

V.44-75, p.416. Influence of Asphalt Composition on Its Rheological Behavior. Marvillet, J.

V.44-75, p.444. Measurement of Asphalt Viscosity at 77F with a Vacuum Capillary Viscometer. Kandhal, P.S. and Wenger, M.E.

V.45-76, p.1 Reduction of Oxidative Hardening of Asphalts by Treatment with Hydrated Lime-A Mechanical Study, Plancher, H.; Green, E.L. and Petersen, J.C.

V.45-76, p.25 Force Ductility-An Asphalt Performance Indicator. Anderson, D.I. and Wiley, M.L.

V.45-76, p.42. Asphalt Viscosity by the Exxon Rapid Method. Corbett, L.W.; Schweyer, H.E. and Lloyd, W.A.

V.45-76, p.53. A Constant Stress Rheometer for Asphalt Cements. Schwyer, H.E.; Smith, L.L. and Fish, G.W.

V.45-76, p.78. An Investigation of Asphalt Preparation from Atabasca Bitumen. Moschopedis, S.E. and Speight, J.G.

V.45-76, p.530. Evaluation of Air-Blown Asphalts to reduce Thermal Cracking of Asphalt Pavements. Clark, M.F. and Culley, R.W.

V.46-77, p.105. Rheological Properties of Road Materials and Their Effect on the Behavior of a Pavement Section Tested in a Climatic Controlled Linear Track Road Testing Machine. Bonn, A.O.; Stubstad, R.N.; Sorenson, J.A. and Simonsen, P.

V.46-77, p.151. Identification of Chemical Types in Asphalts Strongly Adsorbed at the Asphalt- Aggregate Interface and Their Relative Displacement by Water Plancher, H.; Dorrence, J.M. and Petersen, J.C.

V.46-77, p.228. Effect of the Filler on Aggregate-Bitumen Adhesion Properties in Bituminous Mixtures. Ishai, I. and Craus, J.

V.46-77, p.571. Asphalt Hardening as Affected by Film Thickness, Voids and Permeability in Asphaltic Mixtures. Kumar, A. and Goetz, W.H.

V.47-78, p.1. Low Temperature Rheology of Asphalt Cements. III. Generalized Stiffness- Temperature Relations of Different Asphalts. Schewyer, H.E. and Burns, A.M.

V.47-78, p.19. Adhesion and Disbonding Mechanisms of Asphalt Used in Highway Construction and Maintenance. Scott, J.A.N.

V.47-78, p.49. Asphalt Properties and Their Relationship to Pavement Performance in Arizona, Way, G.B.

V.78-79, p.221. Asphalt Viscosity: An Indicator of Low Temperature Fracture Strain in Asphalt Mixtures. Ruth, B.E.; Schweyer, H.E.; Davis, A.S. and Maxfield, J.D.

V.48-79, p.351. A Settling Test to Evaluate the Relative Degree of Dispersion of Asphaltenes. Plancher, H.; Hoiberg, A.J.; Suhaka, S.C. and Petersen, J.C.

V.48-79, p.403. Projected Thermal and Load-Associated Distress in Pavements Incorporating Different Grades of Asphalt Cement. Johnson, T.C.; Shahin, M.Y.; Dempsey, B.J. and Ingersoll, Jr.

V.48-79, p.646. Properties of Asphalt Cements Puzinauskas, V.P.

V.49-80, p.1. Asphalt Properties and Composition: 1950-1980. Anderson, D.A. and Dukatz, E.L.

V.49-80, p.30. The Hardening of Middle East Petroleum Asphalts in Pavement Surfacings. Dickinson, E.J.

V.49-80, p.123. Asphaltenes-Where are You? Docuszynski, M.M.; McKay, J.F. and Latham, D.R.

V.52-83, p.1. Use of the Shell Bitumen Test Data Chart in Evaluation of Asphalt Data. Bell, C.A.

V.52-83, p.291. Properties of Asphalt Cement and Asphaltic Concrete. Anderson, David A.; Dukatz, Ervin L. and Rosenberger, J.L.

V.53-84, p.119. Characterization of Asphalt by Solubility Profiles. Hagen, Arnulf P.; Jones, Ralph; Hofener, Renee M.; Randolph, Bruce B. and Johnson, Marie P.

V.53-84, p.138. Asphalt Quality and Yield Predictions from Crude Oil Analyses. Plummer, M.A. and Zimmerman, C.C.

V.53-84, p.160 Relationship between Asphalt Flow Properties and Asphalt Composition. Dukatz, Ervin L. Jr; Anderson, David A. and Rosenberger, J.L.

V.53-84, p.186. Volatiles in MC-3000 Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Stephens, Jack E. and Hoag, George E.

V.53-84, p.197. The Fractionation of Asphalt. Hattingh, M.M.

V.53-84, p.415. The Mechanical Properties of Bituminous Materials for Road Bases and Basecourses. Brown, S.F. and Cooper, K.E.

V.54-85, p.91. Relation of Asphalt Chemistry to Physical Properties and Specifications. Halstead, Woodrow J.

V.54-85, p.118. Use of Aging Tests to Determine the Efficacy of Hydrated Lime Additions to Asphalt in Retarding its Oxidative Hardening. Edler, A.C.; Hattingh, M.M.; Servas, V.P. and Marais C.P.

V.54-85, p.140. Asphalt Binder Hardening-Causes and Effects. Page, Gale C.; Murphy Kenneth H.; Ruth, Byron E. and Roque, Reynaldo.

V.54-85, p.593. Effect of Amine Additives on Asphalt Cement. Anderson, David A. and Christensen, W.D.

V.55-86, p.57. Performance and Supply Factors to Consider in Paving Asphalt Specifications. Goodrich, J.L. and Dimpfl, L.H.

V.55-86, p.92. Field Verification of Asphalt Aging in Hot Mix Plants Lund, John W. and Wilson, James E.

V.55-86, p.482. Modified Asphalt Pavement Materials-The European Experience. Terrel, Ronald L. and Walter, Jean L.

V.55-86. p.586. Development of a Coat-Based Asphalt Using Hydroliquification. Curtis, Christine W.; Guin, James A.; Kang, Jhy-Huei; Niemeyer, Randall J. and Tarrer, A. Ray.

V.56-87, p.599. The Use of Propane-Precipitated Asphalt (PPA) in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Ishai, Ilan and Tuffour, Yaw A.

V.56-87, p.654. Rheological Properties of Weathered Asphalts Extracted from Sprayed Seals Nearing Distress Condition. Maccarrone, S.

V.56-87, P.688. Asphalt as a Variable-Big Timber Test Sections. Bruce, Bradley.

V.57-88, p.1. Hydrocracking Residues-The Potential Source of Road Binders. Zanzotto, L.; Faber, A.J.; Foley, D.P. and Jeffries, R.B.

V.57-88, p.26. Predicting Asphalt Properties from HP-GPC Profiles. Garrick, Norman W. and Wood, Leonard, E.

V.57-88, p.65. Some Rheological and Physico-Chemical Aspects of Long-Term Asphalt Durability. Ishai, Ilan; Brule, Bernard; Vaniscote, Jean Claude and Ramond, Guy.

V.58-89, p.163. Relating Asphalt Aging and Durability to its Compositional Changes. Tuffour, Yaw W.; Ishai, Ilan and Craus, Joseph.

V.58-89, p.182. A Quantitative Method Using HP-GPC to Predict Laboratory Results of Asphalt Cement Tests. Price, Richard P. and Burati, James L.

V.58-89, p.220. A Thin Film Accelerated Aging Test for Evaluating Asphalt Oxidative Aging. Petersen, J.C.

V.59-90, p.1. Predicting Laboratory Results for Modified Asphalts Using HP-GPS. Price, Richard P. and Burati, James L. Jr.

V.59-90, p.33. A Classification System for Interpreting GPS Profiles of Asphalts. Garrick, Norman W. and Piskur, Ramesh R.

V.59-90, p.54. Towards Performance-Related Design Criteria and Specification for Modified Binders. Rust, F.C. and Hugo, F.

V.59-90, p.73. The Diffusion Model and Asphalt Age-Hardening. Tuffour, Yaw W. and Ishai, Ilan.

V.59-90, p.176. Evaluation of Age-Hardening on Asphalts and Mixtures, Chari, Commandur T.; Ruth, Byron E.; Tia, Mang and Page, Gale C.

V.59-90, p.610. Status of SHRP Program-Asphalt Studies, Kennedy, T.W. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.60-91, p.80. Asphaltic Binder Rheology, Asphalt Concrete Rheology and Asphalt Concrete Mix Properties. Goodrich, J.L.

V.60-91, p.413. Chemical Properties of Asphalts and Their Relationships to Pavement Perfor mance. Robertson, R.E.; Branthaver, J.F.; Plancher, H.; Duval, J.J.; Ensley, E.K.; Harnsverger, P.M. and Peterson, J.C.

V.60-91, p.437. Physical Properties of Asphalt Cement and the Development of Performance- Related Specifications. Anderson, D.A.; Christensen, D.W. and Bahia, H.

V.61-92, p.1. Empirical Equations for Determining the Effects of Temperature and Shear Rate on the Viscosity of Asphalt Cements. Norman W. Garrick.

V.61-92, p.67. Interpretation of Dynamic Mechanical Test Data for Paving Grade Asphalt. Christensen, Donald W. and Anderson, David A.

V.61-92, p.117. The Bending Beam Rheometer: A Simple Device for Measuring Low Tempera ture Rheology of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, H.U. and Anderson, D.A.

V.62-93, p.93. Glass Transition Behavior and Physical Hardening of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain U. and Anderson, David A.

V.62-93, p.247. California Desert Test Road-A Step Closer to Performance Based Specifications. Reese, Ronald E. and Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.62-93, p.481. Development of SHRP Binder Specifications. Anderson, David A. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.62-93, p.508. Development of SHRP Mixture Specification and Design and Analysis System. Kennedy, Thomas W.; Moulthrop, James S. and Huber, Gerald A.

V.62-93, P.529. SUPERPAVE Software: A Tool for Mixture Design. Huber, G.A.

V.63-94, p.346. Comparison of the Thin Film Oven Test and the Rolling Thin Film Oven Test. Zupanick, Michael

V.64-95, p.393. Development of a Global Aging System for Short and Long Term Aging of Asphalt Cements. Mirza, M.W. and Witczak, M.W.

V.65-96, p.1. Application of Fracture Mechanics in Principles to Analyze Cracking in Asphalt Concrete. Jacobs, M.M.J.; Hopman, P.C. and Molenaar, A.A.A.

V.65-96, p.40. Prediction of Mix Modulus and Fatigue Law from Binder Rheology Properties. Boussad, N.; DesCroix, P. and Dony, A.

V.65-96, p.73. Determination of the Coefficient of Thermal Contraction of Asphalt Concrete Using the Resistance Strain Gage Technique. Stoffels, Shelley and Kwanda, F. Doukaga.

V.65-96, p.321. The Significance of Phase Angle Measurements for Asphalt Cements. Stroup- Gardiner, Mary.

V.65-96, p.357. Rheological Characteristics of Bitumen in Contact with Mineral Aggregate. Scholz, Todd and Brown, Stephen.

V.65-96, p.385. Physical Properties of Asphalt Cement and Their Relation to Microstructual Model. Christensen, Donald,; Bahia, Hussain and Anderson, David.

V.65-96, p.408. Time-Temperature Dependency of Asphalt Binders-An Improved Model. Marateanu, Mihai and Anderson, David.

V.66-97, p.458. How Good are Some Rheological Models of Dynamic Materials Functions of Asphalt? Stastna, J., Zanzotto, L. and Berti, J.

V.66-97, p.486. Relationships Between the Structure and the Mechanical Properties of Paving Grade Asphalt Cements.. Lesueur, D., Gerard, J.F., Claudy, P., Letoffe, J.M., Planche, J.P. and Martin D.

V.66-97, p.604. Properties of Aged Asphalt Binder Related to Asphalt Concrete Fatigue Life. Reese, Ronald.

V.67-98, p.1. Classification of Asphalt Binders into Simple and Complex Binders. Bahia, Hussain, Hislop, W., Zhai, H. and Rangel, Andres.

V.67-98, p.623. Relationships Between Asphalt Rut Resistance and Binder Rheological Properties. Oliver, John and Tredrea, Peter.

V.68-99, p.1. Non-Linear Viscoleastic and Fatigue Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain, Zhai, Huachun, Bonnetti, Karen and Kose, Sadi.

V.68-99, p.89. Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Asphalt Binder Containing Recycled Asphalt Pavement. Soupharath, Nikone, Lee, K. Wayne, Shukla, Arun, Franko, Colin and Manning, Francis.

V.68-99, p.434. Low-Temperature Behavior of Hard Bitumens: Experiments and Modeling. Maia, Antonio, Marciano, Yves, Achimastos, Lito, Corte, Jean-Francois, Gourdon, Jean-Louis, Piau, Jean-Michel and Faure, Michel.

V.69-00, p.72. Recovery and Testing of RAP Binders from Recycled Pavements, Peterson, R., Soleymani, H.R., Anderson, R., McDaniel, R.

V.69-00, p.574. Comparison of Moduli for Asphalt Binders Obtained from Different Test Devices, Marasteanu, M., Anderson, D.

V.69-00, p.697. Superpave Binders Tests and Spec's How Have They Performed in the Real World, D'Angelo, J., Fee, F.

V.69-00, p.714. European Binder Testing-Findings from the Eurobitume Workshop, Planche, J.P.

V.70-01, p.242. Asphalt Binder Testing Variability, Haddock, J., Prowell, B., Hughes, C.

V.70-01, p.471. Impact of Factors Affecting Determination of Glass Transition Temperature using a Dynamic Shear Rheometer, Reinke, G., Engber, S.