AASHTO Provisional Standards, 2009 Edition

This thirteenth version of the AASHTO Provisional criteria encompasses a entire set of forty-one provisional fabrics requirements and try equipment. All Provisional criteria are licensed for book by means of the AASHTO street Subcommittee on fabrics. Provisional criteria are criteria that have been followed via the road Subcommittee on fabrics on a brief foundation for a greatest of 8 years. A chronology of the year-to-year prestige of the Provisional criteria prior to now 8 years is integrated. At any time throughout the eight-year interval, the Subcommittee can poll to transform a Provisional normal right into a complete typical. The Subcommittee, to this point, has switched over fifty eight Provisional criteria into complete criteria. those criteria are actually frequently released within the AASHTO general requirements for Transportation fabrics and techniques of Sampling and trying out.
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• desk of Contents
•Aggregates MP 16-07 - Reclaimed Concrete combination to be used as Coarse mixture in Hydraulic Cement Concrete
TP 77-09 - particular Gravity and Absorption of mixture by way of Volumetric Immersion strategy
•Bituminous fabrics MP 15-09 - Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles as an Additive in scorching combine Asphalt (HMA)
PP 53-09 - layout concerns whilst utilizing Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles (RAS) in New scorching combine Asphalt (HMA)
PP 60-09 - practise of Cylindrical functionality attempt Specimens utilizing the Superpave Gyratory Compactor (SGC)
PP 61-09 - constructing Dynamic Modulus grasp Curves for warm combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt mix functionality Tester (AMPT)
PP 62-09 - constructing Dynamic Modulus grasp Curves for decent combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 62-07 - picking out Dynamic Modulus of sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 63-09 - opting for Rutting Susceptibility of scorching combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt Pavement Analyzer (APA)
TP 68-04 - Density of In-Place sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA) Pavement by means of digital floor touch units
TP 70-09 - a number of rigidity Creep restoration (MSCR) try of Asphalt Binder utilizing a Dynamic Shear Rheometer (DSR)
TP 71-09 - assessment of Superpave Gyratory Compactor (SGC) inner perspective of Gyration utilizing Simulated Loading
TP 72-08 - Quantitative choice of the share of Lime in sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 78-09 - Detecting the Presence of Phosphorous in Asphalt Binder
TP 79-09 - choosing the Dynamic Modulus and move quantity for decent combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt mix functionality Tester (AMPT)
•Box Culvert, Culvert Pipe, and Drain Tile PP 63-09 - Pipe Joint choice for road Culvert and typhoon Drains
•Concrete PP 54-06 - fit Curing of Concrete attempt Specimens
PP 58-08 - Static Segregation of Hardened Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) Cylinders
TP 59-00 - opting for Air content material of Hardened Portland Cement Concrete via High-Pressure Air Meter
TP 64-03 - Predicting Chloride Penetration of Hydraulic Cement Concrete by means of the speedy Migration technique
TP 73-09 - hunch move of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)
TP 74-09 - Passing skill of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) by means of J-Ring
TP 75-08 - Air-Void features of Freshly combined Concrete via Buoyancy switch
TP 80-09 - visible balance Index (VSI) of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)
•Metallic fabrics and Coatings for Bridges MP 12-04 - Detectable caution Surfaces
MP 13M/MP 13-04 - Stainless Clad Deformed and simple around metal Bars for Concrete Reinforcement
MP 18M/MP 18-09 - Uncoated, Corrosion-Resistant, Deformed and undeniable Alloy, Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement and Dowels
PP 45-07 - Qualification of Deformed and simple metal Bar generating turbines
PP 55-06 - Overcoating box attempt software for comparing protecting Coatings on latest Bridges or Salvaged Beams
•Pavement constructions MP 11-08 - Inertial Profiler
MP 14-08 - Smoothness of Pavement in Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) structures
MP 17-08 - Pavement experience caliber whilst Measured utilizing Inertial Profiling platforms
PP 44-01 - Quantifying Cracks in Asphalt Pavement floor
PP 49-08 - Certification of Inertial Profiling platforms
PP 50-07 - working Inertial Profilers and comparing Pavement Profiles
TP 76-09 - size of Tire/Pavement Noise utilizing the On-Board Sound depth (OBSI) procedure
•Quality coverage PP 56-06 - comparing the Engineering and Environmental Suitability of Recycled fabrics
PP 57-06 - setting up requisites for and appearing apparatus Calibrations, Standardizations, and exams
•Soils MP 9-06 - Compost for Erosion/Sediment keep an eye on (Filter Berms and clear out Socks)
MP 10-03 - Compost for Erosion/Sediment keep watch over (Compost Blankets)
PP 59-09 - Coal Combustion Fly Ash for Embankments

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This appendix presents a procedure for estimating the mass of HMA required to produce test specimens at a target air void content. It was developed to reduce the number of trial specimens needed to obtain a target air void content for a specific mixture. 2. This procedure can be used with either plant-produced or laboratory-prepared HMA. 2. 1. Trial test specimens are prepared as described in this standard practice from SGC specimens produced with a standard mass of 6650 g and compacted to a standard height of 170 mm.

0, Prepared for National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), October 16,2007. 3. 1 dynamic modulus master c u r v e a composite curve constructed at a reference temperature by shifting dynamic modulus data from various temperatures along the “log frequency” axis. 2 reduced frequency-the computed frequency at the reference temperature, equivalent to the actual loading frequency at the test temperature. 4 shift factor-shift in frequency associated with a shift from a test temperature to the reference temperature.

4 as the target mass for test specimen production. 8. 4. 9. Determine the air void content of the fourth and fifth trial test specimens. 10. Plot the air void content of the third, fourth, and fifth trial test specimens on the y axis versus the mass of HMA used to prepare the SGC specimen on the x axis, and draw the best-fit line through the three data points. 11. From the best-fit line, determine the mass of HMA needed to produce a test specimen with the target air void content. 12. 11 as the target mass for test specimen production.

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