The increasing attention over cold recycling technologies as sustainable paving solutions requires a proper characterisation in terms of complex modulus for supporting the pavement design. Among cold recycled materials, cement bitumen treated materials (CBTM) benefit from the presence of both bituminous and cementitious binders. This research aims at characterising the complex modulus of CBTM mixtures produced with three different gradations, modified bitumen emulsion and two types of cement. The complex modulus measurements were modelled considering the usual viscous dissipation behaviour, linked to the bituminous component of the mixtures, along with a time- and temperature-independent dissipation component. The results showed that both the aggregate skeleton and the composition of the fine aggregate matrix affected the rheological behaviour. Furthermore, the role played by the aged binder contained in the reclaimed asphalt aggregate was highlighted by the parameters of the rheological model.

Complex modulus of cement-bitumen treated materials produced with different reclaimed asphalt gradations / Mignini, C.; Cardone, F.; Graziani, A.. - In: MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES. - ISSN 1359-5997. - ELETTRONICO. - 55:169(2022), pp. 1-15. [10.1617/s11527-022-02009-4]

Complex modulus of cement-bitumen treated materials produced with different reclaimed asphalt gradations

Cardone F.;Graziani A.
2022-01-01

Abstract

The increasing attention over cold recycling technologies as sustainable paving solutions requires a proper characterisation in terms of complex modulus for supporting the pavement design. Among cold recycled materials, cement bitumen treated materials (CBTM) benefit from the presence of both bituminous and cementitious binders. This research aims at characterising the complex modulus of CBTM mixtures produced with three different gradations, modified bitumen emulsion and two types of cement. The complex modulus measurements were modelled considering the usual viscous dissipation behaviour, linked to the bituminous component of the mixtures, along with a time- and temperature-independent dissipation component. The results showed that both the aggregate skeleton and the composition of the fine aggregate matrix affected the rheological behaviour. Furthermore, the role played by the aged binder contained in the reclaimed asphalt aggregate was highlighted by the parameters of the rheological model.
2022
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