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Publication Number:  FHWA-HRT-11-058    Date:  December 2011
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-11-058
Date: December 2011

 

Investigation of Low and High Temperature Properties of Plant Produced Rap Mixtures

APPENDIX B

BINDER CRITICAL TEMPERATURES

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Figure 45. Graph. DSR critical temperatures—mixes with PG64-22 binder.

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Figure 46. Graph. DSR critical temperatures—mixes with PG58-28 binder.

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Figure 47. Graph. DSR critical temperatures—mixes with 25 and 40 percent RAP.

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Figure 48. Graph. BBR critical temperatures—mixes with PG64-22 binder.

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Figure 49. Graph. BBR critical temperatures—mixes with PG58-28 binder.

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Figure 50. Graph. BBR critical temperatures—mixes with 25 and 40 percent RAP.

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Figure 51. Graph. TSAR™ critical temperatures—mixes with PG64-22 binder.

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Figure 52. Graph. TSAR™ critical temperatures—mixes with PG58-28 binder.

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Figure 53. Graph. TSAR™ critical temperatures—mixes with 25 and 40 percent RAP.

 

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