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

 

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

APPENDIX C

ANALYSIS OF BLENDING

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Figure 54. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix A.

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Figure 55. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix B.

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Figure 56. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix C.

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Figure 57. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix D.

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Figure 58. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix E.

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Figure 59. Graph. Contractor 2 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix F.

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Figure 60. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix A.

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Figure 61. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix B.

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Figure 62. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix C.

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Figure 63. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix D.

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Figure 64. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix E.

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Figure 65. Graph. Contractor 3 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix F.

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Figure 66. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix A.

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Figure 67. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix B.

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Figure 68. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix C.

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Figure 69. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix D.

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Figure 70. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix E.

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Figure 71. Graph. Contractor 4 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix F.

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Figure 72. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix A.

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Figure 73. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix B.

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Figure 74. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix C.

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Figure 75. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix D.

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Figure 76. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix E.

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Figure 77. Graph. Contractor 5 evaluation of blending from master curves: mix F.

 


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