Stability and Failure Mode Testing

V.44-75, p.1. The Effect of Testing and Mix Variables on the Fatigue Performance of Bitumi nous Materials. Pell, P.S. and Cooper, K.E.

V.44-75, p.38. Practical Fatigue Characterization of Bituminous Mixes. Van Dijk,W.

V.44-75, p.119. Influence of Accelerated Climatic Conditioning on Split Tension Deformations of Asphalt Concrete. Vila, J.M. and Terrel, R.L.

V.45-76, p.400. Direct Tension Test Results for Some Asphalt Concretes. Pavlovich, R.D. and Goetz, W.H.

V.46-77, p.1. The Energy Approach to Fatigue for Pavement Design. Van Dijk, W. and Visser, W.

V.46-77, p.41. Use of Fracture Energy as a Fatigue Failure Criterion. Irwin, K.H.

V.46-77, p.64. A New Method of Predicting the Stiffness of Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Bonnaure, F.; Gest, G.; Gravois, A. and Uge, P.

V.46-77, p.132. Characterization of Asphalt Pavement Materials Using the Indirect Tensile Test. Kennedy, T.W.

V.46-77, p.176, Creep Effects on Fatigue Testing of Asphalt Concrete. Ruth, R.E. and Olson, G.K.

V.47-78, p.73. Low Temperature Shrinkage Cracking of Pavements in Pennsylvania. Kandhal, P.S.

V.47-78, p.115. Practical Application of Fatigue and Rutting Tests on Bituminous Base Mixes. Barksdale, R.D.

V.47-78, p.160. A Coordinated Method for Structural Distress Prediction in Asphalt Pavements. Meyer, F.R.P.; Cheethan, A. and Haas, R.C.G.

V.47-78, p.270. Application of the Stiffness Concept to Transverse Pavement Cracking in Oklahoma. Noureldin, M.S. and Manke, P.G.

V.47-78, p.398. In Situ Measurements of Strains and Deflections in Full-Depth Asphaltic Concrete Pavement. Christison, J.T.; Anderson, K.O. and Shields, B.P.

V.47-78, p.457. The Measurement and Prediction of Asphalt Stiffnesses at Low and Intermediate Pavement Service Temperatures. Gaw, W.J.

V.47-79, p.34. Tensile Characteristics of Bituminous Mixtures as Affected by Modified Binders. Khosla, N.P. and Goetz, W.H.

V.48-80, p.64. Asphalt Rheology: Experimental Determination of Dynamic Moduli at Low Temperatures. Pink, H.S.; Merz, R.E. and Posniack, D.S.

V.49-80, p.476. A Fundamental Study of the Stress-Strain Characteristics of a Bituminous Material. Brown, S.F. and Cooper, K.E.

V.49-80, p.499. A New Method for Predicting the Fatigue Life of Bituminous Mixes. Bonnaure, F.; Gravois, A. and Udron, J.

V.49-80, p.550. Required Properties for Zero Maintenance, Flexible Pavement. Kennedy, T.W.; Roberts, F.L. and Jordhal, P.R.

V.49-80, p.633. Diametral Modulus Testing of Non-Linear Pavement Materials. Wallace, K. and Monismith, C.L.

V.49-80, p.653. Rutting Models for Asphaltic Concrete and Dense-Graded Aggregate from Repeated-Load Tests. Allen, D.L. and Deen, R.C.

V.51-82, p.35. Comparisons of Asphalt Concrete Stiffness as Measured by Various Testing Techniques. Von Quintus, Harold; Rauhut, J. Brent and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.51-82, p.398. Basic Research into the Effect of Filler on the Mechanical Properties of Dense Asphaltic Concrete. Bolk, H.J.N.A.,; Van der Heide, J.P.J. and Van Zantvliet, M.C.

V.53-84, p.583. Comparison of the Sensitivity of Asphalt Concrete Mixture Strength Tess to Changes in Asphalt Binder Properties. Keyser, J.H. and Ruth, B.E.

V.54-85, p.407. The Deformation Behavior of Asphaltic Concrete Under Triaxial Compression. Hushchek, S.

V.54-85, p.454. Surface Cracking of Asphalt Mixtures in Southern Africa. Hugo, Frederick and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.54-85, p.529. Laboratory Investigation of the Fraass Brittle Test. Thenoux, Guillermo; Lees, Geoffrey and Bell, Chris A.

V.54-85, p.551. Permanent Deformation and Resistance to Fatigue of Resurfaced Pavements. A Laboratory Investigation Performed on Beams Taken Across the Wheelpath Resurfaced in the Laboratory. Bj?rklund, N.A.

V.55-86, p.353. The Influence of Material Properties and Pavement Composition on Permanent Deformation by Flow. Evans, J.V. and Ott, L.E.

V.55-86, p.419. Relationships Between Moduli Measured in the Laboratory by Different Procedures and Field Deflection Measurements. Bonaquist, Ramon; Anderson, David A. and Fernando, Emanuel.

V.56-87, p.33. Effect of Asphalt Concrete Parameters on Rutting Performance: A Field Investi gation. Huber, G.A. and Heiman, G.H.

V.56-87, p.91. Comparisons of Field and Laboratory Estimated Resilient Moduli of Pavement Materials. Newcomb, David E.

V.56-87, p.130. Materials Characterization and Response of Flexible Pavements at Low Temperatures. Roque, R. and Ruth, B.E.

V.56-87, p.168. HVS-Aided Validation of Pavement Behavior at Low Temperature. Hugo, F.; Servas, V.P. and Snyman, D.R.F.

V.56-87, p.198. A Comprehensive Study of Cold Climate Airport Pavement Cracking. Haas, R.; Meyer, F.; Assaf, G. and Lee, H.

V.56-87, p.246. Applications of Theory in the Real World of Pavements. Van Til, Cecil J.

V.56-87, p.517. The Effect of Air Voids on the Tensile Strength Ratio. Dukatz, E.K. Jr. and Phillips. R.S.

V.57-88, p.94. Fatigue Properties of Asphalt Mixes Under Conditions of Very Low Loading Frequencies. Gerritsen, A.H. and Jongeneel, D.J.

V.57-88, p.197. Permanent Deformation in Bituminous Mixes Effects of Consistency of Bitumen, Type of Aggregate, and Mix Composition. Barbe, B.; Caroff, G.; Maia, A. and Hiernaux, R.

V.57-88, p.320. Evaluation of the Resistance to Deformation of Different Road Structures and Asphalt Mixtures Determined in the Pavement Rutting Tester. Nievelt, G. and Thamfeld, H.

V.57-88, p.414. Permanent Deformation (Rutting) Considerations in Asphalt Concrete Pavement Sections. Monismith, C.L. and Tayebali, A.A.

V.57-88, p.615. An Evaluation of Permanent Deformation and Low Temperature Characteristics of Some Recycled Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Hadipour, Khashayar and Anderson, Kenneth O.

V.59-90, p.396. Mechanism and Modeling of Surface Cracking in Asphalt Pavements. Roque, Reynaldo and Ruth, Byron E.

V.60-91, p.333. The Influence of Test Conditions and Asphalt Concrete mix Parameters on Permanent Deformation Coefficients Alpha and Mu. Leahy, R.B. and Witczak, M.W.

V.60-91, p.533. Effect of Laboratory Compaction Method on Permanent Deformation Character istics of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Sousa, J.B.; Deacon, J.A. and Monismith, C.L.

V.60-91, p.586. Accelerated Load Tests for Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures and Their Role in AAMAS. Monismith, C.L.; Hicks, R.B. and Finn, F.N.

V.61-92, p.304. The Development of a Measurement and Analysis System to Accurately Determine Asphalt Concrete Properties Using the Indirect Tensile Mode. Roque, Reynaldo and Buttlar, William G.

V.61-92, p.333. Fatigue Response of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A.A.; Rowe, Geoffrey M. and Sousa, Jorge B.

V.61-92, p.405. Evaluation of Water Damage of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Using the Environ mental Conditioning System (ECS). Al-Swailmi, Saleh and Terrel, Ronald. L.

V.62-93, p.54. Low Temperature Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Jung, Duhwoe and Vinson, Ted S.

V.62-93, p.150. Evaluation of the Environmental Conditioning System (ECS) and Comparisons with AASHTO T-283. Al-Swailmi, Saleh and Terrel, Ronald L.

V.62-93, p.172. Validation of Binder Properties Used to Predict Water Sensitivity of Asphalt Mixtures. Terrel, Ronald L.; Scholz, Todd V.; Al-Joaib, Abdulla and Al-Swailmi, Saleh

V.62-93, p.223. Control of Stripping with Polymer Treatment of Aggregates. Dunning, R.L.; Schulz, G.O. and Gawron, W.F.

V.62-93, p.344. Performance of Asphalt Mixtures in the Trapezoidal Fatigue Test. Rowe, G.M.

V.62-93, p.385. Modeling Fatigue Response of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A.A.; Deacon, John A.; Coplantz, John S. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.62-93, p.422. Effect of Sample Length on Indirect Tensile Test Parameters. Hugo, F. and Schreuder, W.J.

V.62-93, p.450. The Effects of Aggregate Gradation on Permanent Deformation of Asphalt Concrete. Krutz, Neil C. and Sebaaly, Peter E.

V.64-95, p.96. Performance-Related Testing of Stone Mastic Asphalt. Partl, Manfred N., Vinson, Ted S., Hicks, R. Gary and Younger, Krey

V.64-95, p.163. Comparison of Several Moisture Susceptibility Tests in Pavements Known Field Performance. Aschenbrener, Tim, McGennis, Robert and Terrel, Ronald

V.64-95, p.340. Development and Evaluation of Surrogate Fatigue Models for SHRP A-003A Abridged Mix Design Procedure. Tayebali, A., Deacon, John and Monismith, Carl L.

V.64-95, p.474. Effect of Differential Thermal Contraction on Fracture Properties of Asphalt Materials at Low Temperatures. Ki, Kwang W. and El Hussein, H.M.

V.64-95, p.500. The Use of Fracture Mechanics for the Evaluation of Asphalt Mixes. Suliaman, S.J. and Stock, A.F.

V.64-95, p.534. Low Temperature Fracture of Polyethylene-Modified Asphalt Binders and Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Lee, Nolan K., Morrison, Geoffrey R. and Hesp, Simon A.M.

V.64-95, p.669. Superpave Performance Prediction-A Look at Utility, Sensitivity and Repeat ability. May, Richard W. and Killingsworth, Brian M.

V.64-95, p.718. Thermal Cracking Performance and Design of Mixtures Using Superpave. Roque, Reynaldo, Hiltunen, Dennis R. and Buttlar, William G.

V.65-96, p.99. Evaluation of Empirical and Theoretical Models to Determine Asphalt Mixture Stiffnesses at Low Temperatures. Buttlar, William and Roque, Reynaldo

V.65-96, p.142. Fatigue Damage for Bituminous Mixture: A Pertinent Approach. DiBennedetto, H.; Soltani, A.A. and Chaverot, P.

V.65-96, p.159. Low Temperature Failure in Particulate-Filled Asphalt Binders with Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Rodr¬°quez, Manual G.; Morrison, Geoffrey; vanLoon, Joshua and Hesp, Simon

V.65-96, p.532. A Prediction of Methodology for the Dynamic Modulus of In-Place Aged Asphalt Mixtures. Fonsecca, Osvaldo and Witczak, Matthew

V.66-97, p.31. Validation of the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Mixtures with Small Scale Wheel Tracking Experiments. Rowe, G.M. and Brown, S.F.

V.66-97, p.74. Practical Fatigue Characterization of Bituminous Paving Mixture. Read, John M. and Collop, Andrew C.

V.66-97, p.109. Validation of Asphalt Binder and Mixture Tests that Predict Rutting Susceptibil ity Using the FHWA ALF. Stuart, Kevin D. and Mogawer, Walaa S.

V.66-97, p.153. Properties of Bituminous Mixtures Containing Different Fillers. Kavussi, A. and Hicks, R. Gary

V.66-97, p. 211. Evaluating Superpave Performance Prediction Models Using A Controlled Laboratory Experiment. Zhang, Xhishun

V.66-97, p.312. Determining the Winter Design Temperature for Asphalt Pavements. Robertson, W.D.

V.66-97, p.520. Fatigue Characterization of Asphalt Concrete Using Viscoelasticity and Continuum Damage Theory. Kim, Y. Richard, Lee, Hun-Jong and Little, DallaS

V.66-97, p.633, Influence of Binder Loss Modulus on the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Deacon, J.A., Tayebali, A., Harvey, J.T. and Monismith, C.L.

V.67-98, p.277. A Comparison of Measured and Predicted Low Temperature Cracking Condi tions. Epps, Amy

V.67-98, p.334. Significance of Conditioning Parameters Affecting Distinction of Moisture Susceptible Asphalt Concrete Mixtures in the Laboratory. Tandon, Vivek, Alam, Muhammad, Nazarian, Soheil and Vemuri, Nalini

V.67-98, p.358. Nonlinear Viscoelastic Behavior of Asphalt Concrete in Stress Relaxation. Shields, Donald H., Zeng, Menglan and Kwok, Robert

V.67-98, p.458. Analysis of Creep Data from Indirect Tension Test on Asphalt Concrete. Christensen, Donald

V.67-98, p.493. Are All PG 70-22s the Same? Lab Tests on KY I-64 Field Samples. Blankenship, Phillips, Myers, Allen H., Clifford, Andrea S., Thomas, Todd W., King, Helen W. and King, Gayle N.

V.67-98, p.602. Scaled Down APTG Considerations for Viscoelastic Materials. Van de Ven, Martin, de Fortier Smit, Andr?, Jenkins, Kim and Hugo, Fred.

V.68-99, p.404. Determination of Crack Growth Rate Parameters of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Superpave IDT. Roque, Reynaldo, Zhang, Zhiwang and Sankar, Bhavani.

V.68-99, p.501. An Analysis of the Mechanism of Microdamage Healing Based on the Application of Micromechanics First Principles of Fracture and Healing. Little, Dallas, Lytton, Robert, Williams, Devon and Kim Y. Richard.

V.68-99, p.589. Laboratory Repeatability of the Hamburg Wheel-Tracking Device and Replicating Wheel-Tracking Devices. Izzo, Richard and Tahmoressi, Maghsoud.

V.69-00, p.143. Evaluation of the Superpave Asphalt Binder Specification for High-Temperature Pavement Performance, Stuart, K., Mogawer, W., Romero, P.

V.69-00, p.236. Effect of Material Properties Specimen Geometry and Specimen Preparation Variables on Asphalt Concrete Tests for Rutting, Harvey, J., Guada, I., Long, F.

V.69-00, p.281. Determination of the Linear Viscoelastic Limits of Asphalt Concrete at Low and Intermediate Temperatures, Mehta, Y., Christensen, D.

V.69-00, p.497. Consideration of Strain at Failure and Strength in Prediction of Pavement Thermal Cracking, Bahia, H., Zang, M., Nam, K.

V.69-00, p.540. Low Temperature Performance of SBS-Modified Asphalt Mixes, Hesp, S., Terlouw, T., Vonk, W.

V.70-01, p.38. Evaluation of VMA and Other Volumetric Properties as Criteria for the Design and Acceptance of Superpave Mixtures, Nukunya, B., Roque, R., Tia, M., Birgisson, B.

V.70-01, p.206. Identification and Verification of a Suitable Crack Growth Law for Asphalt Mixtures, Zhang, Z., Roque, R., Birgisson, B., Sangpetngam, B.

V.70-01, p.442. Development of Binder Specification Parameters Based on Characterization of Damage Behavior, Bahia, H., Zhai, H., Zeng, M., Hu, Y., Turner, P.

V.70-01, p.492. Effect of the Filler Particle Size on the Low and High Temperature Performance in Asphalt Mastic and Concrete, Hesp, S., Smith, B., Hoare, T.

V.70-01, p.572. Tests to Evaluate the Stiffness and Permanent Deformation Characteristics of Asphalt/Binder-Aggregate Mixes and Their use in Mix Design and Analysis, Harvey, J., Weissman, S., Long, F., Monismith, C.

V.70-01, p.605. Internal Structure Analysis of Asphalt Mixes to Improve the Simulation of Superpave Gyratory Compaction to Field Conditions, Tashman, L., Masad, E., Peterson, R., Saleh, H.

V.70-01, p.646. Measuring the Complex Modulus of Asphalt by Structural Wave Propagation, Poulikakes, L.D., Hochuli, A.S., Sayir, M.B.., Partl, M.N.