Asphalt Mix Specifications

Code of Practice Registration of Bituminous Mix Designs

VicRoads Standard Specification Section 405.04 Mix Design and 405.05 Mix Design Requirements. Dense Graded Asphalt (DGA) For any given suite of dense graded mixes for any asphalt plant, excluding EME2, one of the following mix design methods shall be used: • The Austroads Mix Design Method as described in RC201.12 Design of Asphalt Mixes (Gyratory Compaction Method) and

IC-QA-R116 Heavy Duty Dense Graded Asphalt

2.3.1 Requirement that submitted nominated mix design is contract specific deleted. Statement added that submitted mix design, once approved, will be listed on the Register of Asphalt Mixes, and alternative provided to use mix already listed on the Register. 2.3.2 New sub-clause on production trial, incorporating previous clause 2.3.2 (c).

Standard Documents >> 407 Hot Mix Asphalt

407 Hot Mix Asphalt Superceded. Document Details Related Info Previous Versions. Document Details; Publication Name: 407 Hot Mix Asphalt: Version Number: Publication Date: 12/04/2014: Last Reviewed Date: 12/04/2014: Document Type: Standard Sections: Document Group: 400 Series Asphalt and Surface Treatments: Category: Road and Bridge : Attachments: Sec407.doc (219 KB, Word,

Introduction to Asphalt Pavement Design and Specifications

other specifications for mix design and construction requirements •448 Indicates plant QC testing and acceptance and requires density gage testing for uniform courses >1” •446 Indicates both plant QC testing and acceptance based on density testing with cores. Mix Types •Referenced in the specifications define the aggregate gradation and mix design parameters •Type I

SECTION 407 HOT MIX ASPHALT

SECTION 407 HOT MIX ASPHALT. 407.01 GENERAL . This section covers the requirements for the manufacture and placement of hot mix asphalt, including quality of materials, mix design, supply and placing of the asphalt. The following supplementary VicRoads Standard Sections shall be read in conjunction with this section where mixes other than dense graded asphalt are required: Stone Mastic

Transport and Main Roads Specifications MRTS30 Asphalt

The asphalt can be manufactured using either conventional or warm mix asphalt (WMA) technology. In addition, dense graded asphalt may contain reclaimed asphalt pavement material. Technical Specification, MRTS30 Asphalt Pavements Transport and Main Roads Specifications, July 2020 2 . This Technical Specification shall be read in conjunction with MRTS01 . Introduction to Technical Specifications

SECTION 407 VicRoads

The Contractor is required to mix asphalt at such a temperature as to optimise spreading and compaction properties of the mix without exceeding the specified limits in Table 407.081 of the specification. For ‘Supply Only’ contracts the Superintendent usually needs to advise the Supplier of the range of temperature at which asphalt is to be supplied. Table 3A can be used as a guide.

STANDARD CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS FOR ASPHALT

necessary to complete the construction of hot mix asphalt concrete pavement consisting of one or more courses on a previously prepared base, seal coat of asphalt cement and cover aggregate, and bituminous surface treatment in single or multiple courses. Article 1.2 Applicable Standards The latest revision of the following standards: American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), American

HOT MIX ASPHALT PAVEMENT DESIGN GUIDE

HOT MIX ASPHALT SPECIFICATIONS All work involving hot mix asphalt pavements and resurfacing can be covered by using the Maryland State Highway Administration July 2008 Standard Specifications for Construction and Materials in conjunction with the typical sections that follow. HOT MIX ASPHALT RESURFACING Resurfacing is the placing of one or more courses of hot mix asphalt over an

Road Standards and Paving Standards

Standard Specification for Asphalt for Undersealing Portland-Cement Concrete Pavements: D3381 / D3381M 18: Standard Specification for Viscosity-Graded Asphalt Binder for Use in Pavement Construction : D4311 / D4311M 15: Standard Practice for Determining Asphalt Volume Correction to a Base Temperature: D4552 / D4552M 20: Standard Classification for Hot-Mix Recycling Agents:

Registration of asphalt mix designs

All components of the asphalt mix shall comply with the DIPL standard specification for roadworks. 2.3. Additional information required for Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) registration a) WMA technology and/or WMA additives information including the classification and nominated proportions of additives; b) WMA technology manufacturer's established target rate for additives and the acceptable variation

SECTION 407 HOT MIX ASPHALT

SECTION 407 HOT MIX ASPHALT. 407.01 GENERAL . This section covers the requirements for the manufacture and placement of hot mix asphalt, including quality of materials, mix design, supply and placing of the asphalt. The following supplementary VicRoads Standard Sections shall be read in conjunction with this section where mixes other than dense graded asphalt are required: Stone Mastic

SECTION 407 VicRoads

The Contractor is required to mix asphalt at such a temperature as to optimise spreading and compaction properties of the mix without exceeding the specified limits in Table 407.081 of the specification. For ‘Supply Only’ contracts the Superintendent usually needs to advise the Supplier of the range of temperature at which asphalt is to be supplied. Table 3A can be used as a guide.

Cold Mix Asphalt Paving Specifications Career Trend

Cold mix asphalt is made by mixing an aggregate (often crushed granite or limestone) with an emulsion. Some mixes also include a modifier that allows them to be applied at lower ambient temperatures or to cure slower, helping ensure a long product life. The quality of the aggregate and emulsion, as well as the surface area, and the abrasiveness porosity of each stone affect the overall product.

Asphalt Mix Design Registration

specification. A mix design will be registered if the requirements of MRTS30 Asphalt Pavements or MRTS32 High Modulus Asphalt (EME2) (as relevant) are satisfied, and the mix design submission contains all required details as described in this Technical Note. Registration of a mix design will result in the mix being listed on the asphalt mix design register located on the Transport and Main

Reference Specifications for Civil Engineering Work 2001

Asphalt mix type 4 may contain a proportion of granulated glass aggregate not exceeding 5% of the total mix. Warm Mix Asphalt Additive General: Warm mix asphalt additive may be added to asphalt to reduce the asphalt manufacturing temperature and/or to improve workability during the paving and compaction operations.

PART R27 SUPPLY OF ASPHALT CONTENTS

Edition: May 2017 Specification: Part R27 Supply of Asphalt DPTI PART R27 SUPPLY OF ASPHALT CONTENTS 1. GENERAL 2. QUALITY REQUIREMENTS 3. MATERIALS 4. MIX REQUIREMENTS 5. MANUFACTURE OF MIXES 6. PRODUCTION SAMPLING AND TESTING 7. PROPERTY VARIATIONS OF PRODUCTION ASPHALT 8. STORAGE OF ASPHALT 9. DELIVERY OF MIX 10. TEST

2019 Asphalt Specification Update

Asphalt Specification Update. SC-M Specifications. SC-M-400 (01/18) Asphalt Mixture Quality Acceptance SC-M-401 (06/07) Mixing Plants for Hot-Mix Asphalt SC-M-402 (01/18) Materials Properties for Asphalt Mixtures SC-M-403 (04/16) Rideability for Asphalt Mixtures SC-M-404 (05/10) Inspection of Asphalt Field Laboratories. SC-M Specifications. SC-M-405 (05/14) Inspection & Approval Mix

Asphalt Pavement Thickness and Mix Design Asphalt

Mix temperature is dependent on the grade of asphalt used in the mix. Less viscous the asphalt requires lower the temperatures, while more viscous asphalt requires higher temperatures.At the start of a mix design project, target temperatures are specified for proper mixing and compaction. These temperatures should be adjusted for project conditions (weather, haul distances, etc.). Whenever

Road Standards and Paving Standards ASTM International

Standard Classification for Hot-Mix Recycling Agents: D6114 / D6114M 19: Standard Specification for Asphalt-Rubber Binder: D8125 18: Standard Specification for Re-Refined Engine Oil Bottoms (REOB)/Vacuum Tower Asphalt Extender (VTAE) D8239 18: Standard Specification for Performance-Graded Asphalt Binder Using the Multiple Stress Creep and Recovery (MSCR) Test: Asphalt

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