1st Edition

Asphalt Pavements

Edited By Y. Richard Kim Copyright 2014

    Asphalt Pavements contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Asphalt Pavements (Raleigh, North Carolina, USA, 1-5 June 2014), and discusses recent advances in theory and practice in asphalt materials and pavements. The contributions cover a wide range of topics:- Environmental protection and socio-economic impacts- Additives and mo

    VOLUME 1: Plenary papers; Plenary session on design: M-E flexible pavement design: Issues and challenges; Plenary session on materials: Insights into binder chemistry, microstructure, properties relationships-usage in the real world; Plenary session on preservation: Why preservation-definitions, treatment types, benefits, and challenges; Podium papers: Environmental protection and socio-economic impacts; Additives and modifiers for asphalt concrete-I; Maintenance and rehabilitation-I; Experimental characterization of asphaltic materials-I; Life cycle cost analysis/modeling of compaction in the laboratory and in the field; Perpetual pavements; Pavement management systems; Additives and modifiers for asphalt concrete-II; Sustainable asphalt technologies-I; Experimental characterization of asphaltic materials-II; Nondestructive testing of asphalt pavement; Pavement condition survey/pavement smoothness/quality control/quality assurance; Microstructural characterization and micromechanics of asphaltic materials-I; Long-term pavement performance prediction-I; Experimental characterization of asphaltic materials-III; Mineral aggregate in asphalt concrete/mix design methodology/novel methods to aid mix design; Warm mix asphalt technologies-I; Innovative pavement analysis and design-I; Laboratory characterization of North Carolina base course aggregates; Pavement response analysis under static and moving wheel loads-I; Experimental characterization of asphaltic materials-IV; Additives and modifiers for asphalt concrete-III; Microstructural characterization and micromechanics of asphaltic materials-II.


    Y. Richard Kim, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA.