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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.18.2000.tde-07012003-194218
Document
Author
Full name
Simonne da Costa Amaral
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2000
Supervisor
Committee
Fabbri, Glauco Tulio Pessa (President)
Bernucci, Liedi Legi Bariani
Ceratti, Jorge Augusto Pereira
Title in Portuguese
Estudos de misturas asfálticas densas com agregados do estado do Pará, utilizando asfalto convencional (CAP-40) e asfalto modificado com polímero SBS (BETUFLEX B 65/60).
Keywords in Portuguese
asfaltos modificados
deformação permanente
misturas asfálticas
polímero SBS
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho teve como objetivo avaliar as vantagens ou desvantagens de utilizar-se asfalto modificado com polímero em misturas densas com seixo rolado como agregado graúdo. Para o experimento foram moldados setenta e cinco corpos-de-prova com asfalto convencional (CAP-40) e setenta e cinco corpos-de-prova com asfalto modificado (BETUFLEX B 65/60) e avaliados à luz dos ensaios Marshall, fluência por compressão uniaxial estática à 40ºC, resistência à tração por compressão diametral e módulo de resiliência por compressão diametral à 25ºC. Os resultados dos ensaios Marshall e de resistência à tração acusaram um melhor desempenho das misturas com asfalto modificado. As relações MR/'sigma tal' encontradas para ambas as misturas sugerem, a princípio, um melhor comportamento para as misturas modificadas. Os resultados dos ensaios de fluência por compressão uniaxial estática, no que tange à deformação elástica, detectou também uma performance superior das misturas com asfalto modificado em três teores de ligante dos cinco teores analisados, entretanto, para as demais propriedades, deformação total, deformação viscoplástica e módulo de fluência as misturas com asfalto convencional sairam-se melhor.
Title in English
Hot-mix asphalt concrete composed by conventional and polymer modified binders with amazon region gravel.
Keywords in English
asphalt mixtures
modified binders
permanent deformation
SBS polymer
Abstract in English
This research intends to analyze the advantages of hot-mix asphalt mixtures composed by polymer modified binder and gravel in relation to those made with conventional binder. To achieve the objective, there were compacted seventy five specimens with conventional binder and seventy five specimens with SBS polymer modified binder (BETUFLEX B 65/60) and were performed Marshall tests, static creep (40oC) tests, indirect tensile strength tests and resilient modulus by indirect tensile (25oC) tests. The results of Marshall and tensile strength tests showed a better performance of the polymer modified asphalt mixes than that presented by the conventional asphalt ones. The results from the relation of resilient modulus by indirect tensile and indirect tensile strength tests probably showed that the modified asphalt mixes have the best performance. The elastic strains from static creep tests also showed a better performance of the polymer modified mixes in three of the five binder contents, however, the others properties from static creep tests like as total strain, viscoplastic strain and creep modulus showed that the conventional asphalt mixes have the best performance.
 
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