Compaction Behaviour of Hot Mix Asphalt Using a Compaction Simulation Model



Compaction behaviour of agglomerated alumina powders
Briscoe, Brian J.; Özkan, Necati (1997-03-01)
The effects of agglomerate properties, such as the binder type, binder content, moisture level, and agglomerate size, on a model compaction process was investigated by using green density-pressure interrelationships for a range of agglomerated alumina powders. The model compaction process involved single ended nominal uniaxial stress transmission in a cylindrical die. The influences of the sample aspect ratio, die wall lubrication, and compaction rate were also investigated. Two types of water soluble polym...
Compacted/vermicular graphite iron production techniques and the section sensitivity of compacted/vermicular graphite iron.
Yaşar, Gürolhan; Selçuk, Ekrem; Department of Metallurgical Engineering (1996)
Shrinkage compensation approach proposed for ABS material in FDM process
Dilberoğlu, Mecid Uğur; Yaman, Ulaş (Informa UK Limited, 2019-03-25)
Dimensional accuracy of parts manufactured by Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) greatly suffers from the shrinkage problems of the available polymer materials. This paper proposes a constructive idea for resolving the shrinkage issues and explains how shrinkage could be managed by interior geometry of the artifacts fabricated on desktop 3D printers. The main principle for preventing the deterioration on dimensional accuracy of the holes/slots is to utilize the auxiliary lines located from the hole's perimete...
Compression behaviour of partially saturated fine grained soils
Sahin, Burak; Wasti, Yıldız; Özkan, Yener; Department of Civil Engineering (1996)
Breakage characteristics of cement components
Avşar, Çağatay; Hoşten, Çetin; Department of Mining Engineering (2003)
The production of multi-component cement from clinker and two additives such as trass and blast furnace slag has now spread throughout the world. These additives are generally interground with clinker to produce a composite cement of specified surface area. The grinding stage is of great importance as it accounts for a major portion of the total energy consumed in cement production and also as it affects the quality of composite cements by the particle size distribution of the individual additives produced ...
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M. Güler, “Compaction Behaviour of Hot Mix Asphalt Using a Compaction Simulation Model,” 2008, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: