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Resilient modulus testing of materials from Mn/ROAD, Phase 1

Resilient modulus testing of materials from Mn/ROAD, Phase 1

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Published by US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory, NTIS [distributor in Hanover, NH, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- Minnesota -- Subgrades -- Testing,
  • Soil mechanics -- Minnesota

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRichard L. Berg ... [et al.] ; prepared for Minnesota Department of Transportation.
    SeriesSpecial report -- 96-19., Special report (Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)) -- 96-19.
    ContributionsBerg, Richard L., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.), Minnesota. Dept. of Transportation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 93 p. :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17603982M
    OCLC/WorldCa36554624

    Investigation of hot mix asphalt mixtures at Mn/ROAD Feb , Mn/DOT ; Reassessment of Diametral Compression Test on Asphalt Concrete Jan , MnDOT ; Initial characterization of subgrade soils and granular base materials at the Minnesota road research project Dec , Mn ?id=   Stress – Strain Relationships Tensile Testing One basic ingredient in the study of the mechanics of deformable bodies is the resistive properties of materials. These properties relate the stresses to the strains and can only be determined by experiment. One of the simplest tests for determining mechanical properties of a material is the

      The surface deflection measurements from the FWD testing at multiple load levels were used in conjunction with backcalculation process to capture the stress dependent behavior of unbound layers and subsequently used to determine the shear strength parameters of the subgrade :// Abstract. This research characterizes the performance of various plant-produced asphalt concrete mixtures by dynamic modulus E ∗ test using asphalt mixture performance tester (AMPT). Marshall designed specimens of seven different mixtures were prepared using the Superpave gyratory compactor and subjected to sinusoidal compressive loading at various temperatures ( to °C) and loading

      modulus of elasticity or resilient modulus can be estimated. The resilient modulus test for asphalt concrete is currently defined by the ASTM test method D and the SHRP protocol P These test methods call for the estimation of resilient modulus using the indirect tension or diametral compression ://;sequence=1. Comparison testing with falling weight deflectometer (FWD) was also conducted at three applied dynamic loads. Cyclic PLT data was analyzed to determine the frequency and stress-dependent in situ composite resilient modulus (M r-Comp), back-calculated asphalt dynamic modulus (E ’ AC), and resilient modulus of the base (M r-Base) and subgrade


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Resilierwilt Modulus Testing of Materials from MdFLOAD, Phase 1 RICHARD L. BERG, SUSAN R. BIGL, JEFFKEY A. STARK AND GLENN D. DURELL CNTROIDUCTION This report describes resilient modulus itesting that CRREL conducted on materials from Mn/ ROAD for the Minnesota Department of 'Trans- portation (MdDOT).

Results of other tests to RESILIENT MODULUS TESTING OF MATERIALS FROM MN/ROAD, PHASE 1. The U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) conducted resilient modulus tests on materials from the Mn/ROAD test site for the Minnesota Department of :// Resilient modulus testing of materials from Mn/ROAD, Phase 1.

Hanover, NH: US Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory ; Springfield, VA: NTIS [distributor], [] (OCoLC) Resilient Modulus Testing. Resilient Modulus (Mr) is a fundamental material property used to characterize unbound pavement materials.

It is a measure of material stiffness and provides a mean to analyze stiffness of materials under different conditions, such as moisture, density and stress ://   1. Report No. Recipients Accession No.

MN/RC – 4. Title and Subtitle 5. Report Date February 6. DYNAMIC AND RESILIENT MODULUS OF MN/DOT ASPHALT MIXTURES 7. Author(s) 8. Performing Organization Report No. Timothy R. Clyne, Xinjun Li, Mihai O. Marasteanu, Eugene L. Skok 9. Performing Organization Name and Address   Based on our testing data, Mn/DOT has developed a set of data quality control criteria to replace the NCHRP recommended criterion ( ratio of two vertical LVDT measurements).

Resilient Modulus of Minnesota Road Research Project Subgrade Soil Resilient Modulus Testing of Materials from MnROAD, Phase I Resilient Modulus Testing of Materials. from MnROAD, Phase 1. Report MN-RC Mn/DOT, The Minnesota Department of Transportation began construction on the Minnesota Road Mn/ROAD Data Mining, Evaluation and Qualification - Phase 1 () Composite Pavements () Vehicle Position Tracking During Load Response Testing and Automated Faultmeter Control Software Program () Effects of Implements of Husbandry (Farm Equipment) on Pavement ?id=   Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Below is the uncorrected machine-read text DYNAMIC AND RESILIENT MODULUS OF MN/DOT ASPHALT MIXTURES.

This report presents the results of laboratory testing to determine the complex modulus and phase angle of asphalt mixtures. Laboratory tests were performed on four different asphalt mixtures from the Mn/ROAD site. Testing was performed at six temperatures and five :// Abstract. Resilient modulus, 𝑀 𝑅, is an important parameter for designing r, its determination by resorting to cyclic triaxial tests is tedious and time consuming.

Moreover, empirical relationships, correlating 𝑀 𝑅 to various other material properties (namely, California Bearing Ratio, CBR; Limerock Bearing Ratio, LBR; R-value and the Soil Support Value, SSV), give The resilient modulus (M R) is a key parameter required in the mechanistic-empirical methods, which are widely used for the rational design of pavement r, experimental determination of the M R is expensive and time-consuming since it requires elaborate equipment for testing and trained personnel.

Due to this reason, several researchers have proposed models for predicting the M   NDOT Pavement Design Manual Page 8 Pavement Histogram Example Date: Source: Pavement Design Section A Pavement Histogram is created in the research and scoping phase of a project.

It is a visual representation of the life of an existing pavement structure. It is posted to On-Base as a reference during Design. At Letting   M. Tech. Course Structure for Transportation Engineering (Modified for July Onwards) SEMESTER-1 Course No. Course Name L - T - P - C CE Urban Transportation Systems Planning 3 - 0 - 0 - 6 CE Pavements Materials 3 - 0 - 2 - 8 CE xxx Elective I 3 - 0 - 0 - 6 CE xxx Elective II 3 - 0 - +.pdf.

An approach to the characterization of unbound pavement materials for mechanistic analysis of pavements is presented. To predict permanent deformation, it is necessary to evaluate the residual properties of the materials.

A method for evaluation of both the resilient and residual properties from repeated load testing is ://   Permanent Deformation of a Granular Base Material Show all authors. Jacob Uzan. Jacob Uzan. A method for evaluation of both the resilient and residual properties from repeated load testing is recommended.

Berg, R. L., Bigl, S. R., Stark, J., and Durell, G. Resilient Modulus Testing of Materials from MN/Road, Phase 1. Report MN/RC An Assessment of Resilient Modulus Testing: Internal and External Deflection Measurements Article (PDF Available) in Geotechnical Testing Journal 35(6) November with 82 Reads   Modeling Hurricane Evacuation Traffic: Testing the Gravity and Intervening Opportunity Models as Models of Destination Choice in Hurricane Evacuation: View PDF: B: Development of Models to Estimate the Subgrade and Subbase Layers' Resilient Modulus from In-situ Devices Test Results for Construction Control: View PDF: SS 文献「寒冷地における路床土のレジリエントモデュラスの評価手法の検討」の詳細情報です。J-GLOBAL 科学技術総合リンクセンターは研究者、文献、特許などの情報をつなぐことで、異分野の知や意外な発見などを支援する新しいサービスです。またJST内外の良質なコンテンツへ案内いたします。?JGLOBAL_ID.

An Approach to Relate Laboratory and Field Moduli of Base Materials by Soheil Nazarian, Ph.D., P.E. The main objective of this report is to combine the resilient moduli from laboratory testing of base materials The characterization of subgrade materials with resilient modulus tests was the subject of.

Laboratory Tests and Methods 16 Accelerated Pavement Testing (APT) 19 Modelling of Permanent Deformations 21 5 MODELS, THEORIES ANDSOFTWARE FOR PREDICT ION OF PERMANENT DEFORMATIONS 23 NCHRP A Used in Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide (M-E PDG) 23 Development 24 Layering 33 Wander effect Minnesota Department of Transportation Research Services Purchasing pilot project (Book) Realizing the benefits of knowledge: Minnesota Department of Transportation Resilient modulus testing of materials from Mn/ROAD, Phase 1 The resilient modulus (M R) of pavement subgrade soils essentially describes the structural response of pavements for a reliable to the elaborate, expensive and complex experimental estimation of M R factor, several models are proposed for indirect estimation of it which are mostly established based on statistical analyses e.g.

regression ://