Effect of Additives on Asphalt Properties

V.51-82, p.263 Antistripping Additives in Paving Mixtures. Puzinauskas, V.P.

V.51-82, p.265. Antistripping Additives in Asphalt Concrete State-of-the-Art 1981. Tunnicliff, David G. and Root, Richard E.

V.51-82, p.293 Cationic Surfactants in Asphalts Adhesion. Dybalski, Jack N.

V.51-82, p.298. The Effect of Antistrip Additives on the Properties of Asphalt Cement. Anderson, David A.; Dukatz, Ervin L. and Petersen, J. Claine

V.51-82, p.317. A Comparison of Effects of Water on Bonding Strengths of Compacted Mixtures of Treated Versus Untreated Asphalt. Dalter, R.S. and Gilmore, D.W.

V.51-82, p.327. Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Texas Freeze-Thaw Pedestal Test. Kennedy, T.W.; Roberts, F.L. and Lee, K.W.

V.51-82, p.342. The Use of Antistripping Additives in Virginia. Maupin, G.W. Jr.

V.52-83, p.324. The Role of Additives in Asphalt Paving Technology. Haas, Ralph C.G.; Thompson, Elaine; Meyer, Frank and Tessier, G. Robert

V.52-83, p.535. Testing Asphalt Concrete for Effectiveness of Antistripping Additivies. Tunnicliff, D.G. and Root, R.E.

V.53-84, p.495. Use of Indirect Tension Measurements to Examine the Effect of Additives on Asphalt Concrete Durability. Gilmore, D.W.; Lottman, R.P. and Scherocman, J.A.

V.55-86, p.120. Effects of Selected Asphalts and Antistrip Additives on Tensile Strength of Laboratory-Compacted Marshall Specimens-A Moisture Susceptibility Study. Busching, Herbert W.; Amirkhanian, Serji N; Burati, James L.; Alewine, Jerry M. and Fletcher, Milton O.

V.55-86, p.519. Polymer Modification: Binder's Effect on Mix Properties. King, Gayle N.; Muncy, Harold W. and Prudhomme, Jean B.

V.55-86, p.314. An Evaluation of Asphalt Additives to Reduce Permanent Deformation and Cracking in Asphalt Pavements: A Brief Synopsis of On-Going Research. Little, Dallas N.

V.55-86, p.400. A Bitumen-Rubber Pavement Rehabilitation Experi-ment Using the Heavy Vehicle Simulator. Kekwick, S.V.

V.55-86, p.541. Polyethylene-Modified Bitumens for Paving Applications. Jew, P. and Woodhams, R.T.

V.55-86, p.564. Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures with Carbon Black Reinforcement. Yao, Zukang and Monismith, Carl. L.

V.56-87, p.62. Mechanistic Evaluation of Selected Asphalt Additives. Button, Joe W.; Little, Dallas N.; Kim, Youngsoo and Ahmed, Jamil.

V.56-87, p.573. Evaluation of Rubber-Modified Asphalt Performance-Mt. St. Helens Project. Lundy, James R.; Hicks, R.G. and Richardson, Emory.

V.56-87, p.632. Lime Treatment of Asphalt to Reduce Age Hardening and Improve Flow Properties. Petersen, J.C.; Plancher, H. and Harnsberger, P.M.

V.57-88, p.41. Paving Asphalt Polymer Blends: Relationships Between Composition, Structure and Properties. Brule, Bernard; Brion, Yvonnick and Tanguy, Anne.

V.57-88, ,p.116. Asphalt and Polymer Modified Asphalt Properties Related to the Performance of Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.57-88, p.545. Evaluation of Polymer Modified Chip Seal Coats. Coyne, Lloyd D.

V.58-89, p.274. A Mechanistic Evaluation of Mixes Containing Conventional and Polymer Modified (Styrelf) Asphalts. Khosla, N. Paul and Zahran, S.Z.

V.58-89, p.303. Some Properties of Bitumen-Rubber Asphalt and Binders. Hugo, F. and Nachenius, R.

V.58-89, p.337. Exxon Research in Pavement Design-Moebius Software: A Case Study Reduction of Creep Through Polymer Modification. Eckmann, Bernard

V.58-89, p.387. Polyester Fibers in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Freeman, Reed B.; Burati, James L; Amirkhanian, Serji N. and Bridges, William C. Jr.

V.59-90, p.360. The Contribution of Micro-organisms to Stripping and the Ability of an Organofunctional Silane to Prevent Stripping. Brown, Lewis R.; Pabst, Gerard S. and Marcev, John R.

V.59-90, p.509. Polymer Modified Asphalts for High Performance Hot Mix Pavement Binders. Bardet, J.; Eckmann, Bernard; Nahas, N.C. and Siano, D.B.

V.60-91, p.43. Improved Performance of Paving Asphalts by Polymer Modification. Collins, J.H.; Bouldin, M.G.; Gelles, R. and Berker, A.

V.60-91, p.121. Relationships Between Modified Asphalt Binders Rheology and Binder- Aggregate Mixture Permanent Deformation Response. Tayebali, A.A.; Goodrich, J.L.; Sousa, J.B. and Monismith, C.L.

V.60-91, p.632. A Methodology for Evaluation of Performance-Based Tests Using Asphalt Modifiers. Rowlett, R.D.

V.61-92, p.29. Influence of Asphalt Grade and Polymer Concentration on the High Temperature Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalt. King, Gayle N.; Harders, O. and Chaverot, P.

V.61-92, p.446. Florida's Initial Experience Utilizing Ground Tire Rubber in Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Page, G.C.

V.62-93, p.1. Influence of Asphalt Grade and Polymer Concentration on the Low Temperature Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalt. King, Gayle N.; King, Helen W.; Harders, Otto; Arand, Wolfgang and Planche, Pierre-Pascal.

V.62-93, p.23. Low Temperature Cracking in Polymer Modified Binders. Stock, A.F. and Arand W.

V.62-93, p.314. Laboratory Investigation into the Impact of Polymer Type, Polymer concentration and Aggregate Gradation on the Properties of Stone Matrix Mixes. Reinke, Gerald

V.63-94, p.373. Development of a Physical Property Specification for Asphalt-Rubber Binder. Reese, Ronald.

V.63-94, p.414. Effect of Crumb Rubber Modifiers (CRM) on Performance Related Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain U. and Davies, Robert.

V.63-94, p.450. Dynamic Rheology and Hot-Mix Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalts. Lenoble, C. and Nahas, N.C.

V.64-95, p.54. Analysis of Mineral Fillers and Mastics Used in Stone Matrix Asphalt. Harris, Basil M. and Stuart, Kevin D.

V.64-95, p.130. Role of Crumb Rubber Content and Type in Changing Critical Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain and Davies, Robert

V.64-95, p.209. Properties of Modified Binder and Relationship to Mix and Pavement Performance. Maccarrone, Sam, Holleran, Glynn and Knanaseelan, Gerard

V.64-95, p.306. Long-Term Laboratory and Field Behavior of PPA Asphalt Cement Blends. Ishai, Ilan

V.64-95, p.367. Application of SHRP Developed Tests to the Characterization of Polymer Modified Bitumen. Brul?, Bernard and Maze, Michel

V.65-96. Fiber-Modified Asphalt Concrete Characteristics, Applications and Behavior. Serfass, Jean-Pierre and Samanos, Jacques

V.66-97, p.344. Performance of Antistripping Additives. Tunnicliff, David G.

V.66-97, p.570. The Change in Properties of Polymer Modified Binders with Simulated Field Exposure. Oliver, John W.H. and Tredrea, Peter F.

V.67-98, p.42. Characterization of Asphalt-Filler Mortars with Superpave Binder Tests. Cooley, L., Stroup-Gardiner, Mary, Brown, E. Ray, Hanson, D. and Fletcher, Milton

V.67-98, p.66. Rheological Performance of Aged Polymer Modified Binders. Airey, G and Brown, Stephen

V.68-99, p.35. Laboratory Investigation of Polymer Modified Bitumens. Isaccson, Ulf and Lu, Xiahou.

V.68-99, p.64. The Structure of Polymer Modified Binders and Corresponding Asphalt Mixtures. Wegan, Vibeke and Brul‚, Bernard.

V.68-99, p.129. Time-Temperature Dependency of Blended and Rejuvenated Asphalt Binders. Soleymani, Hamid, Bahia, Hussain and Bergan, Arthur.

V.68-99, p.192. Mixture Design and Accelerated Laboratory Performance Evaluation of Unmodified and Crumb Rubber Modified Mixtures. Natu, Gajanan and Tayebali, Akhtarhusein.

V.70-01, p.368. Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Modified Binders using the Superpave Gyratory Compactor, Khatri, A., Bahia, H., Hanson, D.

V.70-01, p.403. Rheological Modeling of Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures, Zeng, M., Bahia, H., Zhai, H., Turner, P.