Low-temperature characterization of hot-poured crack sealant by crack sealant direct tensile tester

I. L. Al-Qadi, S. H. Yang, S. Dessouky, J. F. Masson

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摘要

The current specifications for selecting crack sealants correlate poorly with actual field performance. To address this issue and assist in predicting the low-temperature properties of hot-poured bituminous crack sealants, a modified direct tensile tester method has been developed. Sample geometry is modified to accommodate testing sealants. A sensitivity analysis considering various loading rates, sample lengths, and cross-section areas was conducted to define both optimized specimen geometry and testing protocol. Two types of sealants, having a wide range of rheological behaviors (one polymer-modified and one having crumb rubber), were tested at low temperature. Results showed that the rich polymer-modified sealant has a high resistance to failure compared with the sealant with crumb rubber-modified. Each sealant was tested at the lowest corresponding expected service temperature. A performance parameter, strain energy density, was proposed to differentiate crack sealant material in the laboratory.

原文English
主出版物標題Management and Maintainance of the Infrastructure
頁面109-118
頁數10
版本1991
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2007 十二月 1

出版系列

名字Transportation Research Record
號碼1991
ISSN(列印)0361-1981

指紋

Sealants
Cracks
Temperature
Rubber
Low temperature properties
Geometry
Testing
Polymers
Strain energy
Sensitivity analysis
Specifications

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Al-Qadi, I. L., Yang, S. H., Dessouky, S., & Masson, J. F. (2007). Low-temperature characterization of hot-poured crack sealant by crack sealant direct tensile tester. 於 Management and Maintainance of the Infrastructure (1991 編輯, 頁 109-118). (Transportation Research Record; 編號 1991). https://doi.org/10.3141/1991-13
Al-Qadi, I. L. ; Yang, S. H. ; Dessouky, S. ; Masson, J. F. / Low-temperature characterization of hot-poured crack sealant by crack sealant direct tensile tester. Management and Maintainance of the Infrastructure. 1991. 編輯 2007. 頁 109-118 (Transportation Research Record; 1991).
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