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Recent Pavement Technology Reports

AP T327 17 200px Validation of Revised Austroads Sprayed Seal Design Approaches: Site Inspection

This report details investigations that were conducted to verify the new Austroads sprayed seal design guidelines.

Report cover Development of a Sprayed Seal Binder Cracking Test

This report describes research into development of a laboratory sprayed seal binder cracking test which can be used to measure the relative fatigue cracking resistance of thin binder films which have thicknesses comparable to the thicknesses of the binder films in sprayed seals (1–3 mm).

AP T324 17 200px Improved Laboratory Characterisation of the Deformation Properties of Granular Materials

This report examines the capacity of the extra-large wheel-tracking laboratory test method to predict the in-service performance of granular materials.

AP T323 17 200px High Modulus High Fatigue Resistance Asphalt (EME2) Technology Transfer: Final Report

This report summarises the outcomes of the final year of a project designed to assist industry in the successful transfer of French Enrobés à Module Elevé Class 2 (EME2) technology to Australia. It includes the final EME2 mix design specification limits.

Report cover Asphalt Fatigue Damage Healing and Endurance Limits: Guide Implementation Options

This report: summarises laboratory, computer modelling and field studies conducted to identify and validate the asphalt endurance limit concept; summarises asphalt design procedures used overseas which incorporate an asphalt fatigue endurance limit; and discusses options for revision of the Austroads pavement design procedures.

AP T311 16 200px Development of a Binder Test to Rank the Low Temperature Cracking Resistance of Polymer Modified Binders Stage 2: Hard Binders

This report describes the results obtained during the second year of work into the development of a binder test that can rank the low temperature cracking performance of polymer modified binders.

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