7th RILEM International Conference on Cracking in Pavements

Mechanisms, Modeling, Testing, Detection and Prevention Case Histories

  • A. Scarpas
  • N. Kringos
  • I. Al-Qadi
  • Loizos A.
Conference proceedings

DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-4566-7

Part of the RILEM Bookseries book series (RILEM, volume 4)

Table of contents (129 papers)

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-18
  2. The Flexural Strength of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Bending Beam Rheometer
    Mugurel I. Turos, Augusto Cannone Falchetto, Gabriele Tebaldi, Mihai O. Marasteanu
    Pages 11-20
  3. Experimental Study of the Precracking
    Ratiba Mitiche_Kettab, Azzouzi Boulanouar, Abderrahim Bali
    Pages 21-30
  4. Comparison between 2PB and 4PB Methodologies Based on the Dissipated Energy Approach
    M. Pettinari, C. Sangiorgi, F. Petretto, F. Picariello
    Pages 31-39
  5. Assessment of Cracking Resistance of Bituminous Mixtures by Means of Fenix Test
    R. Miró, A. Martínez, F. Pérez-Jiménez, R. Botella, G. Valdés
    Pages 61-69
  6. Development of Dynamic Asphalt Stripping Machine for Better Prediction of Moisture Damage on Porous Asphalt in the Field
    M. O. Hamzah, M. R. M. Hasan, M. F. C. van de Ven, J. L. M. Voskuilen
    Pages 71-81
  7. Effect of Wheel Track Sample Geometry on Results
    P. M. Muraya, C. Thodesen
    Pages 83-91
  8. Performance of ‘SAMI’S in Simulative Testing
    O. M. Ogundipe, N. H. Thom, Andrew C. Collop, J. Richardson
    Pages 93-102
  9. Towards a New Experimental and Numerical Protocol for Determining Mastic Viscosity
    Ebrahim Hesami, Denis Jelagin, Björn Birgisson, Niki Kringos
    Pages 103-113
  10. Interference Factors on Tests of Asphalt Biding Agents Destinated to Paving Works Using a Statistic Study
    Enio F. Amorim, Antônio C. de Lara Fortes, Luís F. M. Ribeiro
    Pages 115-124
  11. Development of an Accelerated Weathering and Reflective Crack Propagation Test Methodology
    Ken Grzybowski, Geoffrey M. Rowe, Stan Prince
    Pages 125-135
  12. Asphalt Thermal Cracking Analyser (ATCA)
    Hussain Bahia, Hassan Tabatabaee, Raul Velasquez
    Pages 147-156
  13. Using 3D Laser Profiling Sensors for the Automated Measurement of Road Surface Conditions
    John Laurent, Jean François Hébert, Daniel Lefebvre, Yves Savard
    Pages 157-167
  14. Pavement Crack Detection Using High-Resolution 3D Line Laser Imaging Technology
    Yichang (James) Tsai, Chenglong Jiang, Zhaohua Wang
    Pages 169-178
  15. Detecting Unbounded Interface with Non Destructive Techniques
    Jean-Michel Simonin, Cyrille Fauchard, Pierre Hornych, Vincent Guilbert, Jean-Pierre Kerzrého, Stéphane Trichet
    Pages 179-190

About these proceedings

Introduction

In the recent past, new materials, laboratory and in-situ testing methods and construction techniques have been introduced. In addition, modern computational techniques such as the finite element method enable the utilization of sophisticated constitutive models for realistic model-based predictions of the response of pavements. The 7th RILEM International Conference on Cracking of Pavements provided an international forum for the exchange of ideas, information and knowledge amongst experts involved in computational analysis, material production, experimental characterization, design and construction of pavements.

All submitted contributions were subjected to an exhaustive refereed peer review procedure by the Scientific Committee, the Editors and a large group of international experts in the topic. On the basis of their recommendations, 129 contributions which best suited the goals and the objectives of the Conference were chosen for presentation and inclusion in the Proceedings.

The strong message that emanates from the accepted contributions is that, by accounting for the idiosyncrasies of the response of pavement engineering materials, modern sophisticated constitutive models in combination with new experimental material characterization and construction techniques provide a powerful arsenal for understanding and designing against the mechanisms and the processes causing cracking and pavement response deterioration. As such they enable the adoption of truly "mechanistic" design methodologies.

The papers represent the following topics: Laboratory evaluation of asphalt concrete cracking potential; Pavement cracking detection;  Field investigation of pavement cracking; Pavement cracking modeling response, crack analysis and damage prediction; Performance of concrete pavements and white toppings; Fatigue cracking and damage characterization of asphalt concrete; Evaluation of the effectiveness of asphalt concrete modification; Crack growth parameters and mechanisms; Evaluation, quantification and modeling of asphalt healing properties; Reinforcement and interlayer systems for crack mitigation;  Thermal and low temperature cracking of pavements; and Cracking propensity of WMA and recycled asphalts.

Keywords

computational modeling cracking fatigue pavements pavements rilem

Editors and affiliations

  • A. Scarpas
    • 1
  • N. Kringos
    • 2
  • I. Al-Qadi
    • 3
  • Loizos A.
    • 4
  1. 1., Faculty of Civil Eng. & GeosciencesDelft University of TechnologyDelftNetherlands
  2. 2.KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyStockholmSweden
  3. 3.University of Illinois Urbana ChampaignUrbanaUSA
  4. 4., Laboratory of Highway EngineeringNational Technical University of AthensAthensGreece

Bibliographic information

  • Copyright Information RILEM 2012 2012
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Chemistry and Materials Science
  • Print ISBN 978-94-007-4565-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-007-4566-7
  • Series Print ISSN 2211-0844
  • Series Online ISSN 2211-0852