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Volume 293, 20212021 3rd Global Conference on Ecological Environment and Civil Engineering (GCEECE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Environmental Energy and Civil Engineering and Water Conservancy Construction|
|Published online||23 July 2021|
High Temperature Performance of SBS and LM-S Modified Asphalt Mixtures by Triaxial Test
Department of Civil Engineering, Ordos Institude of Technology, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, 017010, China.
* Correspondent author: Ren-yongqiang, master degree, senior engineer.E-mail: email@example.com
In order to study the high temperature performance of LM-S modified asphalt mixture and SBS modified asphalt mixture, repeated loading creep test was used to study the influence of temperature and deviatoric stress on the axial permanent deformation of the two kinds of asphalt mixture. At the same time, Permanent deformation, ε@5000, flow number FN and creep rate were select to evaluation of high temperature performance from different directions. The results show that the ε@5000 and creep rate are failed in the condition of high temperature and large deviatoric stress, so it hast widely practicable. The flow number FN is also limited by the conditions, which leads to the distortion of the flow number at lower temperature and smaller deviatoric stress so it is not easy to direct used as the evaluation index. Axial permanent deformation can reflect the permanent deformation in different cycles which is an excellent index to evaluate the high temperature performance of the two kinds of asphalt mixture, it is recommended to use axial permanent deformation to compare the LM-S modified asphalt mixture and SBS modified asphalt mixture The experimental results show that the axial permanent deformation of the LM-S modified asphalt mixture is always less than that of SBS modified asphalt mixture,it indicating that the high temperature rutting resistance of the LM-S modified asphalt mixture is better than that of SBS modified asphalt mixture.
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