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An innovative asphalt patch repair pre–heating method using dynamic heating

This article studied a new asphalt pavement patch repair method that used dynamic infrared pre-heating. The thermophysical properties of the asphalt mixture were measured because they affect heat transfer and storage inside the pavement initiated by the absorbed radiation energy of radiative heat application on ...

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Healing Performance of Granite and Steel Slag Asphalt Mixtures Modified with Steel Wool Fibers

This research looked to investigate the thermal conductivity and heating performance of asphalt mixtures containing steel slag and steel wool fibers (SWF). An instrument was used with the transient plane source method, to evaluate the effect of SWF and steel slag on the thermal conductivity ...

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Hydronic Pavement Heating for Sustainable Ice-Free Roads

Hydronic Pavement (HP) is a potential alternative method of spreading sand and salt on slippery road surfaces through embedded pipes that circulate brine, oils, or glycol-water. The present study analyzes the thermal properties involved in designing a HP system. The transient plane source method was ...

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Experimental study on anti-icing and deicing performance of polyurethane concrete as road surface layer

Deicing and anti-icing performance of an innovative polyurethane pavement surface layer that replaces asphalt binder was studied. Thermal properties of polyurethane concrete and asphalt concrete were measured using a Thermal Constants Analyzer with transient plane source (TPS) method. Results found that polyurethane concrete had similar ...

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Effect of Phase-Change Materials on Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Asphalt Mixtures

The goal of this paper was to incorporate Phase-Change Materials (PCMs) into asphalt in order to reduce the amount of heat that the pavement absorbs. Asphalt pavement is vastly preferred to cement for roads, however the downside is that it can reach extremely high temperatures ...

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