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Sharma, Saurabh (author)
Pavement undergoes a fast deterioration process either due to the damages induced by weather conditions, an increase in traffic flow and load, or passive factors like aging of infrastructure. Thus requiring periodic rehabilitation measures to maintain the condition of the underlying asset. Since damages on the asphalt road, impose economic...
master thesis 2020
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Martini, Giulia (author)
Despite therelevance of the road infrastructure, the mechanisms governing the mechanicalproperties of asphalt concrete pavements, are currently not sufficientlyunderstood. Many empirical models of different complexity are proposed in theliterature; however, (i) they all have below high (R2 =0.85) predictiveaccuracy; (ii)...
master thesis 2019
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Daniel, Christian Gerald (author)
The use of synthetic fibres has been reported to enhance the performance of asphalt pavement materials in terms of permanent deformation, fatigue and thermal cracking. However, limited results about the benefits of synthetic fibres in the reinforced warm-mix asphaltic materials, and the exact mechanism of reinforcing the binding part in pavement...
master thesis 2018
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Pipintakos, Georgios (author)
The increasing traffic load has led to the use of polymer modifiers in bituminous mixes in order to improve the performance and the durability of the pavement structures. Epoxy is a thermoset material which ensures enhanced fatigue performance and improved mechanical characteristics when used to modify bituminous materials. However, unlike...
master thesis 2018
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