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Ice-pavement bond prevention : Surface modification Baum, Bernard ; White, Roy ; Thoma, Lynne

By: Baum, BernardContributor(s): White, Roy | Thoma, LynnePublication details: Washington DC Strategic Highway Research Program, 1992; SHRP-W/UIR-92-603, Description: 114 s. + bilSubject(s): Bituminous mixture | Admixture | Wearing course | Prevention | Adhesion | | Ice | Oil | Deicing salt | | Water | USA | SHRP | Coefficient of friction | Skidding resistance | Marshall | Stability | Test | Washing | 71 | 51Online resources: Publikation/Publication Bibl.nr: VTI P1399:603Location: Abstract: Describes the studies completed on the investigation of water-soluble inorganic and organic compounds and of oils, to identify chemicals that could be placed in the wearing course of asphalt concrete. The objective was to reduce the freezing point of surface accumulations of ice to weaken the ice-pavement bond or to prevent its formation. Tests were conducted to determine the persistence of additives and the effect on surface friction.
Item type: Reports, conferences, monographs
Holdings: VTI P1399:603

Describes the studies completed on the investigation of water-soluble inorganic and organic compounds and of oils, to identify chemicals that could be placed in the wearing course of asphalt concrete. The objective was to reduce the freezing point of surface accumulations of ice to weaken the ice-pavement bond or to prevent its formation. Tests were conducted to determine the persistence of additives and the effect on surface friction.

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