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Year 2015, Volume: 2 Issue: 2, 25 - 34, 01.07.2016

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  • ASTM D7369 Standard Test Method for Determining the Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures by Indirect Tension Test
  • AASHTO T283 Standard Method of Test for Resistance of Compacted Asphalt Mixtures to Moisture- Induced Damage
  • AASHTO T322 Standard Method of Test for Determining the Creep Compliance and Strength of Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) Using the Indirect Tensile Test Device

Investigation of Hydrated Lime Effect in Asphalt Pavements

Year 2015, Volume: 2 Issue: 2, 25 - 34, 01.07.2016

Abstract

Hydrated lime (HL) has been added to hot mix asphalt pavements over the years to improve the asphalt concrete mixtures in many ways. Although it has been repeatedly shown that the use of hydrated lime in asphalt concrete mixtures is beneficial, confusion still exists about the appropriate methods of adding hydrated lime to the mixtures to achieve the optimum modification of hydrated lime. The reasons why hydrated lime is so effective in asphalt mixtures lie in the strong interactions between the major components such as aggregate and bitumen. In this study, effects of hydrated lime in the asphalt pavements are investigated by performing Marshall Stability test, indirect tensile strength test, moisture susceptibility test and resilient modulus test. It can be concluded that, the addition of hydrated lime generally improved the fatigue properties of the asphalt mixture regardless the method of application to the mixtures. Asphalt mixtures modified with hydrated lime using wet method showed better properties as compared to mixtures modified with hydrated lime using dry or slurry methods. Overall description aids that the wet method is better than dry or slurry methods despite the little effect on Marshall, Moisture Suscepility test results when comparing all the test results and seems to provide better performance for pavement.

References

  • Kennedy, T.W., Use of Hydrated Lime in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. National Lime Association Bulletin, p. 325. 1984.
  • Hydrated Lime: A Proven Additive for Durable Asphalt Pavements, European Lime Association, 2010
  • Little, D.N., Epps, J.A., The Benefits of Hydrated Lime in Hot Mix Asphalt, updated by Sebaaly P.E., National Lime Association, 2006
  • Tuncan, M., Tuncan, A., Cetin, A., “The use of waste materials in asphalt concrete mixtures”, Waste Management Research, vol 21, pp. 83-92, 2003
  • McNichol, D., Paving the Way: Asphalt in America, National Asphalt Pavement Association, Lanham, 2005
  • Albayati, A.H.K., Alani, A.M.M., “Laboratory Investigation in the Hydrated Lime Effect on Asphalt Concrete Mixture”, in Proc. FNCES'12, 2012
  • Diab, A., You, Z., Othman, A. M., and Ahmed, H. Y., "Fatigue Characteristics of Hydrated Lime Modified HMA", International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 31-36, 2013
  • Hossain, K., Ullah, F., “Laboratory Evaluation of Lime Modified Asphalt Concrete mixes with respective to Moisture Susceptibility”, International Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering IJCEE-IJENS, Vol: 11, No: 4, pp45-52, 2011
  • Atud, T.J., Kanitpong, K., Sonthong, S., “Laboratory Evaluation of Hydrated Lime Application Process in Asphalt Mixture for Moisture Damage and Rutting Resistance” Transportation Research Board 86th Annual Meeting, pp.385-400, 2007
  • Dan-Ali, F. M., The effect of hydrated lime in asphalt concrete mixtures, Bachelor of Science Thesis, Anadolu University, 2015
  • ASTM D1559 Test Method for Resistance of Plastic Flow of Bituminous Mixtures Using Marshall Apparatus
  • ASTM D7369 Standard Test Method for Determining the Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures by Indirect Tension Test
  • AASHTO T283 Standard Method of Test for Resistance of Compacted Asphalt Mixtures to Moisture- Induced Damage
  • AASHTO T322 Standard Method of Test for Determining the Creep Compliance and Strength of Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) Using the Indirect Tensile Test Device

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Other ID JA48ZR43TT
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Fahad Mansur DAN-ALİ This is me

Ahmet TUNCAN This is me

Mehmet İnanç ONUR This is me

Burak EVİRGEN

Mustafa TUNCAN This is me

Publication Date July 1, 2016
Submission Date July 1, 2016
Published in Issue Year 2015 Volume: 2 Issue: 2

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APA DAN-ALİ, F. M., TUNCAN, A., ONUR, M. İ., EVİRGEN, B., et al. (2016). Investigation of Hydrated Lime Effect in Asphalt Pavements. Bilecik Şeyh Edebali Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 2(2), 25-34.