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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Impact Of Aggregate And Fly Ash Filler Types On Asphalt And Control Mix Designs

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AUTHOR(S)

Umar Farooq, Dr. Sandeep Singla

 

KEYWORDS

Asphalt mix, Control mix, Workability, Aging resistance, Moisture damage etc.

 

ABSTRACT

Asphalt is a pavement material that is brittle and hard in cold environments and soft at elevated temperatures. It has been historically employed as the most popular paving material for roadways & wastes of Coal Combustion Products are used in the pavement .in these mainly two types of mix materials are used in the pavement materials used like Asphalt mix and Control Mix for road construction. Which used different materials or binder to make strength of pavement and properties which make its strength like coating of aggregate, binder replacement , use of binder ,its workability (compaction) and TSR (Tensile strength ratio) ratio and aging also. In this we have study on Asphalt and control mix designs to compare the material properties by made the laboratory test on it. Test which is used to find out the best material from both of them. In which Asphalt mix has 4.95% binder & Control mix has 5.50% binder in the mix. In which the asphalt mixture had the four type’s type-1, type-2, type -3, and type-4 and compare with the control mix to find out the best material for pavement. By doing the laboratory test on both material to observe the best material from them by performing test like Moisture Content, Indirect tensile strength test, Aging test, workability test and aggregate coating on them. We found that the asphalt mix has better effect over control mix.in the following type-1 has greater binder replacement of 10%. In IDT test asphalt found effective than control mix asphalt had better TSR ratio than the control mix.

 

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