Mix Design

V.45-76, p.353. Factors Affecting the Response of Emulsified Asphalt Mixtures. Darter, M.I.; Truebe, M.A. and Abdulla, E.S.

V.45-76, p.478. Airports Discover Open Graded Asphalt Pavements. Boyer, R.E.

V.47-78, p.522. The Creep Test: A Key Tool in Asphalt Mix Design and in the Prediction of Pavement Rutting. Van de Loo, P.J.

V.47-78, p.558. Some Physico-Chemical Aspects of the Effect and the Role of the Filler in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Craus, J.; Ishai, I. and Sides, A.

V.48-79, p.91. Workability of Bituminous Mixes-Development of a Workability Meter. Marvillet, J. and Bougault, P.

V.50-81, p.150. Evaluation of Baghouse Fines in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.50-81, p.291. Durability of Bituminous Paving Mixtures as Related to Filler Type and Properties. Craus, Joseph; Ishai, Ilan and Sides, Arieh

V.50-81, p.379. Variabilities of Bituminous concrete as Related to Sampling Location. Hughes, C.S.

V.51-82, p.53. Prediction of Pavement Cracking at Low Temperatures. Ruth, B.E.; Bloy, L.A.K. and Avital, A.A.

V.51-82, p.104. A Laboratory Investigation of the Influence of Rest Periods on the Fatigue Characteristics of Bituminous Mixes. Bonnaure, F.P.; Huibers, A.H.J.J. and Boonders, A.

V.51-82, p.129. An Evaluation Scheme for Conventional Requirements of Design and Construction Quality of Asphalt Concrete. Uzan, Jacob

V.51-82, p.189. Evaluation of Sulphur Extended Asphalt Binders in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.51-82, p.222. Sulphur-Asphalt Binder Properties Determined by the Sliding Plate Rheometer. Courval, G.J. and Akili, Waddah.

V.51-82, p.240. Characteristics of Asphalt-Rubber by the Sliding Plate Microviscometer. Chehovits, James G.; Dunning, Robert L. and Morris G.R.

V.51-82, p.363. Dust Collector Fines and Their Influence on Mixture Design. Anderson, D.A.; Tarris, J.P. and Brock, J.D.

V.52-83, p.1. Use of the Shell Bitumen Test Data Chart in Evaluation of Asphalt Data. Bell, C.A.

V.52-83, p.32. Chemical Reactivity and Flow Properties of Asphalts Modified by Metal Complex-Induced Reaction with Atmospheric Oxygen. Petersen, J.C.; Plancher, H. and Miyake, G.

V.52-83, p.88. Characterization and Specification of Baghouse Fines. Anderson, David A. and Tarris, Joseph P.

V.52-83, p.362. Specifications for Compaction of Asphalt Pavements. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.52-83, p.378. A Mixture Design Procedure Based on the Failure Envelope Concept. Little, Dallas N. and Richey, Barry L.

V.53-84, p.80. Cold-Mix Asphalt Technology at Temperatures Below 10C. Jarrett, P.M.; Beatty, A.N.S. and Wojcik, A.S.

V.54-85, p.168. The Effects of Moisture and Compaction on the Quality of Asphalt Pavement. Santucci, L.E.; Allen, D.D. and Coats, R.L.

V.54-85, p.209. Relative Life Effects of Mix Composition and Density Variation. Elliot, Robert P and Herrin, Moreland.

V.54-85, p.239. Design as a Factor in Pavement Performance. Santucci, L.E.

V.54-85, p.243. Evolution of the Hveem Stabilometer Method of Designing Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Vallerga, B.A. and Lovering, W.R.

V.54-85, p.265. Marshall Procedures for Design and Quality Control of Asphalt Mixtures. White, Thomas D.

V.54-85, p.347. Improved Asphalt Mix Design. Monismith, C.L.; Epps, J.A. and Finn, F.N.

V.54-85, p.651 Reducing Transverse Cracking in Iowa Pavements. Huisman, Charles L.

V.55-86, p.1 Design and Construction of Asphalt-Aggregate Systems for Special Supplications. Vallerga, B.A. and Monismith, C.L.

V.55-86. p.149. A Modified Method for Predicting Reduced Asphaltic Pavement Life from Moisture Damage. Hesichi, Simon and Ishai, Ilan.

V.55-86, p.175. Factors Affecting Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Graf, Peter E.

V.55-86, p.213. The Effect of Multiple Freeze-Thaw Cycle Conditioning on the Moisture Damage in Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Scherocman, James A.; Mesch, Keith A. and Proctor, J. Joseph.

V.55-86, p.250. Variations in Asphalt Cements and Their Effects on Performance of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Anderson, David A.; Petersen, J. Claine and Christensen, Donald W.

V.55-86, p.323. A Look at the Art of Asphaltic Mixture Design. Jimenez, R.A.

V.56-87, p.1. Experimental Bituminous Mixes to Minimize Pavement Rutting. Hughes, C.S. and Maupin Jr. G.W.

V.56-87, p.492. Guidelines for Use of Dust in Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Anderson, David A.

V.57-88, p.245. Effect of Mix Properties on Structural Design: A Review. Brown, S.F.

V.57-88, p.262. Development of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixture Analysis System. Kennedy, Thomas W.; Little, Dallas N.; Von Quintus, Harold L. and Scherocman, James A.

V.57-88, p.290. Relationships Between Mix Characteristics and Low Temperature Pavement Cracking. Haas, R.C.G. and Phang, W.A.

V.57-88, p.346. Illinois Develops Stable Mixes. Miller, Jay; Monroney, Harold and Traylor, Marvin.

V.57-88, p.358. Changes in Mix Design to Improve Performance Selected State Experiences. Anderson, D.A.; Collins, R.; Hughes, C.S.; Kandhal, P.S.; Page, G.C.; Scofield L. and Whited, G.

V.57-88, p.576. Development of a Mix Design Method for Open Graded Moto-Paver Mixes. Kandhal, Prithvi S. and Basso, H. Richard.

V.58-89, p.624 Status Report on Development of an Asphalt-Aggregate Mixture Analysis System. Von Quintus, Harold L.

V.59-90, p.93. Methods and Treatments to Control Debonding. Jimenez, R.A.

V.59-90, p.138. An Improved Asphalt Concrete Mix Design Procedures. Mahboub, Kamyar and Little, Dallas N, Jr.

V.59-90, p.304. Quality Assurance in Asphalt Mixes. Gastmans, Andre.

V.59-90, p.347. Designing Asphaltic Concrete Mixes Which are More Readily Compacted. Corum, Donald K.

V.59-90, p.526. Large Stone Mixes: Design and Construction. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.60-91, p.230. An Evaluation of Effectiveness of Antistripping Additives in Protecting Asphalt Mixtures from Moisture Damage. Kennedy, T.W. and Ping, W.V.

V.60-91, p.264. Application of New Concepts in Asphalt Mix Design. Brown, S.F.; Preston, J.N. and Cooper, K.E.

V.61-92, p.154. An Automated Asphalt Concrete Mix Analysis System. May, Richard W. and Witczak, Matthew W.

V.60-91, p.647. Developments of Performance-Based Specifications and AAMAS. Kennedy, T.W.; Cominsky, R.J. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.61-92, p.188. Towards a Performance-Related Asphalt Mix Design Procedure. Hopman, P.C.; Valkering, C.P. and van der Heide, J.P.J.

V.61-92, p.241. Pavement Materials Selection and Evaluation Utilizing Knowledge-Based Expert Systems Technology. Hozayen, H. and Haas, Ralph.

V.62-93, p.565. Validation of SHRP Binder Specification Through Mix Testing. Hicks. R.G.; Finn, F.N.; Monismith, C.L. and Leahy R.B.

V.62-93, p.615. Field Verification of SHRP Asphalt Binder and Mixture Specification Tests to Control Thermal Cracking Through Performance Modeling. Roque, Reynaldo; Hiltunen, Dennis R. and Stoffels, Shelley M.

V.62-93, p.639. Post-SHRP Validation of SHRP Binder and Mixture Specifications. Teng, Paul and Cominsky, Ronald J.

V.62-93, p.708. Variation in Hot Mix Asphalt Mix Design Properties. Brown, Elton R.; Gabrielson, Jay and Adettiwar, Sudhir.

V.63-94, p.45. Field Validation of Laboratory Aging Procedures for Asphalt Aggregate Mixtues. Bell, C.A., Felling, M.J. and Wieder, A.

V.63-94, p.81. A Mechanics-Based Prediction Model for Thermal Cracking of Asphaltic Concrete Pavements. Hiltunen, Dennis and Roque, Reynaldo

V.63-94, p.118. Mixture and Mode-of-Loading Effects on Fatigue Response of Asphalt- Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A., Deancon, John A., Coplantz, John, Harvey, John T. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.63-94, p.152. Time and Temperature Properties of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Tested as Hollow Cylinders and Subjected to Dynamic Axial and Shear Loads. Alavi, Sirous H. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.63-94, p.182. Mix Rheology-A Tool for Predicting the High Temperature Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt. Bouldin, Mark G., Rowe, G.M., Sharrock, M.J. and Sousa, Jorge B.

V.63-94, p.224. Modeling Permanent Deformation of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixes. Sousa, Jorge B. and Weissman, Shmuel L.

V.63-94, p.258. Evaluation of Rutting Potential of Oregon Surface Mixes. Sosnovske, Dan, Hicks, R.G. and Leahy, Rita B.

V.63-94, p.298. Asphalt-Aggregate Mix Design Using the Simple Shear Test. Sousa, Jorge B.

V.63-94, p.511. A Comparison of Field and Laboratory Compacted Asphalt-Rubber, SMA, Recycled and Conventional Asphalt-Concrete Mixes Using SHRP A-003A Equipment. Harvey, John and Monismith, Carl.

V.64-95, p.32. Compaction and Shear Strength Testing of Stone Matrix Asphalt Mixtures in the Gyratory Testing Machine. West, Randy C. and Ruth, Byron E.

V.64-95, p.431. Recommended Mix Testing and Analysis Systems Resulting from SHRP Contract A-003A. Leahy, Rita, Hicks, R. Gary, Monismith, Carl and Finn, Fred

V.64-95, p.575. Interrelationships Among Stiffnesses of Asphalt Aggregate Mixtures. Kim, Y. Richard and Lee, Yung-Chien

V.65-96, p.300. Development of Temperature Coefficients for the AASHTO Flexible Pavement Design Equation. Noureldin, A. Samy; Leahy, Rita and Lundy, James

V.66-97, p.1. Development of a Mix Design Procedure for Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) Mixtures. Brown, E.R., Haddock, John E., Mallick, Rajib B. and Lynn, Todd A.

V.66-97, p.187. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Environmental Conditioning System. Tandon, Vivek, Vemuri, Nalini, Nazarian, Soheil and Tahmoressi, Maghsoud.

V.66-97, p.250. Critical Evaluation of Superpave Level I Mix Design Using Arkansas Surface Course Mixes. Gowda, Gary, Hall, Kevin, Elliott, Robert and Meadors, Alan.

V.66-97, p.277. Ruggedness Evaluation of AASHTO TP4 The Superpave Gyratory Compactor. McGennis, Robert, Kennedy, Thomas W., Anderson, Virgil L. and Perdomo, Dario

V.67-98, p. 101. An Initial Evaluation of Ndesign Superpave Gyratory Compactor. Brown, E. Ray and Mallick, Rajib.

V.67-98, 125. Parameters to Define the Laboratory Compaction Temperature Range of Hot-Mix Asphalt. De Sombre, Rachel, Newcomb, David, Chadbourn, Bruce and Voller, Vaughn.

V.67-98, p.153. Sensitivity of Superpave Mixture Tests to Changes in Mixture Components. Anderson, R. Michael, Cominsky, Ronald and Killingsworth, Brian.

V.67-98, p.189. Optimization of Constructability and Resistance to Traffic: A New Design Approach for HMA Using the Superpave Compactor. Bahia, Hussain, Friemel, Timothy, Peterson, Pehr and Russell, Jeffrey.

V.68-99, p.153. Consolidation of the Ndesign Compaction Matrix and Evaluation of Gyratory Compaction Requirements. Brown, E. Ray and Buchanan, M. Shane.

V.69-00, p.34. Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Superpave Mixes. Yildirim, Y., Solaimanian, M., Kennedy, T.

V.70-01, p.70. A Laboratory Investigation into the Effects of Aggregate-Related Factors on Critical VMA in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Coree, B., Hislop, W.

V.70-01, p.132. The Bailey Method of Gradation Evaluation: The Influence of Aggregate Gradation and Packing Characteristics on Voids in the Mineral Aggregate. Vavrik, W., Pine, W., Huber, G., Carpenter, S., Bailey, R.