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LTPP Protocol P07: Test Method for Determining the Creep Compliance, Resilient Modulus and Strength of Asphalt Materials Using the Indirect Tensile Test Device, Version 1.1

Primary Topic: Pavement Maintenance

Description: This LTPP program protocol describes procedures for determination of Creep Compliance, Resilient Modulus (Mr), and Strength of hot mix asphalt concrete (HMA) using indirect tensile test techniques. This protocol is partially based on test standards AASHTO TP9-94 (Edition 1B), ASTM D4123, and the procedures outlined in Section 4.4 (Roque, et al) of this protocol.

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Publication Year: 2001

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