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Skip to content. facebook linkedin twitter youtube. ABOUT; PRODUCTS; BRANDS; INDUSTRIES & SERVICES; NEWS; LIBRARY Hot-mix asphalt (HMA) Excel help. Shades. Shades version 11.17; Shades aggregate database; Hamburg version 2.01 HMA plant programs. HMA plant 09 instructions; HMA plant report v12.12; HMA plant report example 8.01; HMA chart 12.04; Plant calibration worksheet; HMA plant checklist; Asphalt monitor checklist; HMA daily field report v1.09 Blank Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) is a combination of aggregate and asphalt binder mixed at an elevated temperature to form a hard, strong pavement construction material. HMA allows mixes to be designed in the laboratory at four different levels (50, 75, 100, and 125 gyrations) simulating four different 20-year traffic levels in the field. HMA is usually loaded into a truck at a fairly uniform temperature between 250°F to 350°F (see Figure 2). During transport, heat is transferred to the surrounding environment by convection and radiation and the HMA surface temperature drops. HMA temperature affects its binder viscosity, which affects compaction in two ways: (1) the colder and more viscous the binder, the less actual amount of air void reduction for a given compactive effort, and (2) HMA can only be compacted until it reaches cessation temperature, therefore initial HMA temperature and mat cool-down rate establish a
Nov 09, 2016 · The issue of placing hot mix asphalt (HMA) in cold weather comes up every fall, winter and springs. Projects get delayed and damp. Specifications generally set weather and temperature limits beyond which paving is to be stopped. But jobs often need to be completed in spite of the specification limits.
High Temperature Indirect Tensile Test for HMA . 1. Scope 1.1. This method describes a procedure for testing laboratory prepared or plant mixed samples of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) for resistance to rutting via an indirect tensile method on a Marshall press. 2. Referenced Documents 2.1. AASHTO Standards MAXIMUM MIX TEMPERATURE. The hottest time in any asphalt pavement’s life is at the processing plant when it is mixed – no matter whether the product is unmodified hot mix asphalt (HMA), polymer modified HMA or cooler warm mix asphalt (WMA). 4-07.1 A typical temperature range for ATPB manufacturing would be 260-300°F for Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) processes or 315-325°F for Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) processing for PG 70-22ER binders. 4-07.3(2) Temperature-viscosity curves are developed for dense graded HMA mixing and compaction applications and should be used as references only. The proposed GCs are considered reasonable first order estimates of HMA E* for routine pavement design purposes for the mixtures in this study, with the exception of 12.5-mm SMA mixtures. 17. Key Words HMA modulus, hot mix asphalt, HMA modulus-temperature relations 18. Distribution Statement No restrictions. This document is available to the public
Mixture and the typical HMA pay item is the Performance Graded binder. For High Stress Mixtures, increase the high temperature binder by one grade and add the polymer. The increase in the high temperature number results in an asphalt binder with improved high temperature stiffness or rutting resistance for both the leveling and top course.
4-07.1 A typical temperature range for ATPB manufacturing would be 260-300°F for Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) processes or 315-325°F for Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) processing for PG 70-22ER binders. 4-07.3(2) Temperature-viscosity curves are developed for dense graded HMA mixing and compaction applications and should be used as references only.