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INDEX  1975-2004      Volume 44 - Volume 73

Effect of Additives on Asphalt Properties:

V.51-82, p.263 Antistripping Additives in Paving Mixtures. Puzinauskas, V.P.

V.51-82, p.265. Antistripping Additives in Asphalt Concrete State-of-the-Art 1981. Tunnicliff, David G. and Root, Richard E.

V.51-82, p.293 Cationic Surfactants in Asphalts Adhesion. Dybalski, Jack N.

V.51-82, p.298. The Effect of Antistrip Additives on the Properties of Asphalt Cement. Anderson, David A.; Dukatz, Ervin L. and Petersen, J. Claine

V.51-82, p.317. A Comparison of Effects of Water on Bonding Strengths of Compacted Mixtures of Treated Versus Untreated Asphalt. Dalter, R.S. and Gilmore, D.W.

V.51-82, p.327. Evaluation of Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Texas Freeze-Thaw Pedestal Test. Kennedy, T.W.; Roberts, F.L. and Lee, K.W.

V.51-82, p.342. The Use of Antistripping Additives in Virginia. Maupin, G.W. Jr.

V.52-83, p.324. The Role of Additives in Asphalt Paving Technology. Haas, Ralph C.G.; Thompson, Elaine; Meyer, Frank and Tessier, G. Robert

V.52-83, p.535. Testing Asphalt Concrete for Effectiveness of Antistripping Additivies. Tunnicliff, D.G. and Root, R.E.

V.53-84, p.495. Use of Indirect Tension Measurements to Examine the Effect of Additives on Asphalt Concrete Durability. Gilmore, D.W.; Lottman, R.P. and Scherocman, J.A.

V.55-86, p.120. Effects of Selected Asphalts and Antistrip Additives on Tensile Strength of Laboratory-Compacted Marshall Specimens-A Moisture Susceptibility Study. Busching, Herbert W.; Amirkhanian, Serji N; Burati, James L.; Alewine, Jerry M. and Fletcher, Milton O.

V.55-86, p.519. Polymer Modification: Binder's Effect on Mix Properties. King, Gayle N.; Muncy, Harold W. and Prudhomme, Jean B.

V.55-86, p.314. An Evaluation of Asphalt Additives to Reduce Permanent Deformation and Cracking in Asphalt Pavements: A Brief Synopsis of On-Going Research. Little, Dallas N.

V.55-86, p.400. A Bitumen-Rubber Pavement Rehabilitation Experi-ment Using the Heavy Vehicle Simulator. Kekwick, S.V.

V.55-86, p.541. Polyethylene-Modified Bitumens for Paving Applications. Jew, P. and Woodhams, R.T.

V.55-86, p.564. Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures with Carbon Black Reinforcement. Yao, Zukang and Monismith, Carl. L.

V.56-87, p.62. Mechanistic Evaluation of Selected Asphalt Additives. Button, Joe W.; Little, Dallas N.; Kim, Youngsoo and Ahmed, Jamil.

V.56-87, p.573. Evaluation of Rubber-Modified Asphalt Performance-Mt. St. Helens Project. Lundy, James R.; Hicks, R.G. and Richardson, Emory.

V.56-87, p.632. Lime Treatment of Asphalt to Reduce Age Hardening and Improve Flow Properties. Petersen, J.C.; Plancher, H. and Harnsberger, P.M.

V.57-88, p.41. Paving Asphalt Polymer Blends: Relationships Between Composition, Structure and Properties. Brule, Bernard; Brion, Yvonnick and Tanguy, Anne.

V.57-88, ,p.116. Asphalt and Polymer Modified Asphalt Properties Related to the Performance of Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.57-88, p.545. Evaluation of Polymer Modified Chip Seal Coats. Coyne, Lloyd D.

V.58-89, p.274. A Mechanistic Evaluation of Mixes Containing Conventional and Polymer Modified (Styrelf) Asphalts. Khosla, N. Paul and Zahran, S.Z.

V.58-89, p.303. Some Properties of Bitumen-Rubber Asphalt and Binders. Hugo, F. and Nachenius, R.

V.58-89, p.337. Exxon Research in Pavement Design-Moebius Software: A Case Study Reduction of Creep Through Polymer Modification. Eckmann, Bernard

V.58-89, p.387. Polyester Fibers in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Freeman, Reed B.; Burati, James L; Amirkhanian, Serji N. and Bridges, William C. Jr.

V.59-90, p.360. The Contribution of Micro-organisms to Stripping and the Ability of an Organofunctional Silane to Prevent Stripping. Brown, Lewis R.; Pabst, Gerard S. and Marcev, John R.

V.59-90, p.509. Polymer Modified Asphalts for High Performance Hot Mix Pavement Binders. Bardet, J.; Eckmann, Bernard; Nahas, N.C. and Siano, D.B.

V.60-91, p.43. Improved Performance of Paving Asphalts by Polymer Modification. Collins, J.H.; Bouldin, M.G.; Gelles, R. and Berker, A.

V.60-91, p.121. Relationships Between Modified Asphalt Binders Rheology and Binder- Aggregate Mixture Permanent Deformation Response. Tayebali, A.A.; Goodrich, J.L.; Sousa, J.B. and Monismith, C.L.

V.60-91, p.632. A Methodology for Evaluation of Performance-Based Tests Using Asphalt Modifiers. Rowlett, R.D.

V.61-92, p.29. Influence of Asphalt Grade and Polymer Concentration on the High Temperature Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalt. King, Gayle N.; Harders, O. and Chaverot, P.

V.61-92, p.446. Florida's Initial Experience Utilizing Ground Tire Rubber in Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Page, G.C.

V.62-93, p.1. Influence of Asphalt Grade and Polymer Concentration on the Low Temperature Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalt. King, Gayle N.; King, Helen W.; Harders, Otto; Arand, Wolfgang and Planche, Pierre-Pascal.

V.62-93, p.23. Low Temperature Cracking in Polymer Modified Binders. Stock, A.F. and Arand W.

V.62-93, p.314. Laboratory Investigation into the Impact of Polymer Type, Polymer concentration and Aggregate Gradation on the Properties of Stone Matrix Mixes. Reinke, Gerald

V.63-94, p.373. Development of a Physical Property Specification for Asphalt-Rubber Binder. Reese, Ronald.

V.63-94, p.414. Effect of Crumb Rubber Modifiers (CRM) on Performance Related Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain U. and Davies, Robert.

V.63-94, p.450. Dynamic Rheology and Hot-Mix Performance of Polymer Modified Asphalts. Lenoble, C. and Nahas, N.C.

V.64-95, p.54. Analysis of Mineral Fillers and Mastics Used in Stone Matrix Asphalt. Harris, Basil M. and Stuart, Kevin D.

V.64-95, p.130. Role of Crumb Rubber Content and Type in Changing Critical Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain and Davies, Robert

V.64-95, p.209. Properties of Modified Binder and Relationship to Mix and Pavement Performance. Maccarrone, Sam, Holleran, Glynn and Knanaseelan, Gerard

V.64-95, p.306. Long-Term Laboratory and Field Behavior of PPA Asphalt Cement Blends. Ishai, Ilan

V.64-95, p.367. Application of SHRP Developed Tests to the Characterization of Polymer Modified Bitumen. Brul?, Bernard and Maze, Michel

V.65-96. Fiber-Modified Asphalt Concrete Characteristics, Applications and Behavior. Serfass, Jean-Pierre and Samanos, Jacques

V.66-97, p.344. Performance of Antistripping Additives. Tunnicliff, David G.

V.66-97, p.570. The Change in Properties of Polymer Modified Binders with Simulated Field Exposure. Oliver, John W.H. and Tredrea, Peter F.

V.67-98, p.42. Characterization of Asphalt-Filler Mortars with Superpave Binder Tests. Cooley, L., Stroup-Gardiner, Mary, Brown, E. Ray, Hanson, D. and Fletcher, Milton

V.67-98, p.66. Rheological Performance of Aged Polymer Modified Binders. Airey, G and Brown, Stephen

V.68-99, p.35. Laboratory Investigation of Polymer Modified Bitumens. Isaccson, Ulf and Lu, Xiahou.

V.68-99, p.64. The Structure of Polymer Modified Binders and Corresponding Asphalt Mixtures. Wegan, Vibeke and Brul‚, Bernard.

V.68-99, p.129. Time-Temperature Dependency of Blended and Rejuvenated Asphalt Binders. Soleymani, Hamid, Bahia, Hussain and Bergan, Arthur.

V.68-99, p.192. Mixture Design and Accelerated Laboratory Performance Evaluation of Unmodified and Crumb Rubber Modified Mixtures. Natu, Gajanan and Tayebali, Akhtarhusein.

V.70-01, p.368. Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Modified Binders using the Superpave Gyratory Compactor, Khatri, A., Bahia, H., Hanson, D.

V.70-01, p.403. Rheological Modeling of Modified Asphalt Binders and Mixtures, Zeng, M., Bahia, H., Zhai, H., Turner, P.


V.44-75, p.473. A Study of the Use of Spent Oil Shale as Aggregate for Flexible Pavements. Gromoko, G.J.

V.45-76, p.429. The Use of Sand Asphalt in Highway Construction. Walker, F.K. and Hicks, R.G.

V.47-78, p.434. Effect of Aggregate Shape on Bituminous Mix Character. Stephens, J.E. and Sinha, K.C.

V.48-79, p.587. The Selection of Aggregates for Skid Resistant Pavements. Anderson, D.A. and Henry, J.J.

V.49-80, p.416. A Model for Relating Filler Properties to Optimal Behavior of Bituminous Mixtures. Ishai, I.; Craus, J. and Sides,A.

V.49-80, p.440. Mechanical Properties of Filler-Bitumen -Mixes at High and Low Service Temperature. Huschek, S. and Angst, C.H.

V.49-80, p.530. The Effect of Various Fillers on the Mechanical Behavior of Asphalt and Asphaltic Concrete. Dukatz, E.L. and Anderson, D.A.

V.50--81, p.251. Particle Index Evaluation of Aggregates for Asphalt Paving Mixtures. McLeod. Norman W. and Davidson, J. Keith.

V.50-81, p.481. Pavement Deficiencies Related to Asphalt Durability. Vallerga, B.A.

V.50-81, p.492. A Comparison of Field and Laboratory Environments on Asphalt Durability. Kemp, G.R. and Predoehl, N.H.

V.50-81, p.538. Effect of Changes in Asphalt Properties on Pavement Performance: Zaca- Wigmore Test Road. Skog, J.B.

V.50-81, p.560. The Effect of Crude Source and Additives on the Long-Term Oven Aging of Paving Asphalts. Santucci, L.E.; Goodrich, J.E. and Sundberg, J.E.

V.50-81, p.571. Composition and Rheology Considerations in Age Hardening of Bitumen. Corbett, L.W. and Schweyer, H.E.

V.50-81, p.582. Basic Considerations in Asphalt Research Pertaining to Durability. Rostler, Fritz and Rostler, Kathleen

V.51-82, p.453. Effects of Crushed Stone Aggregate Size and Shape on Properties of Asphalt Concrete. Kalcheff, I.V. and Tunnicliff, D.G.

V.51-82, p.494. Effect of Geometric Irregularity of Aggregates on the Properties and Behavior of Bituminous Concrete. Ishai, Ilan and Gelber, Harry

V.52-83, p.345. Meaningful Specifications for Bituminous Paving Aggregate. Nichols. F.P. Jr.

V.53-84, p.525. Evaluation of Aggregates for Acceptance in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Gandhi, P.M. and Lytton, R.L.

V.54-85, p.324. The Design of Aggregate Gradings for Asphalt Base Courses. Cooper, K.E.; Brown, S.F. and Pooley, G.R.

V.55-86, p.238. Quality Control Aspects of Producing and Handling Aggregates for Use in Asphaltic Concrete Mixtures. Dukatz, E.L. Jr. and Marel, C.R.

V.60-91, p.207. Evaluation of Asphalt Absorption by Mineral Aggregates. Kandhal. P.S. and Khatri, M.A.

V.61-92, p.217. Evaluation of Particle Shape and Texture of Mineral Aggregates and Their Blends. Kandhal, Prithvi S.; Khatri, Maqbool A. and Motter, John B.

V.67-98, p. 233. Tests for Plastic Fines in Aggregates Related to Stripping in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Kandhal, Prithvi, Lynn, Cynthia and Parker, F.

V.68-99, p.305. Review of Fine Aggregate Angularity Requirements in Superpave. Lee, Chih- Jen, Pan, Changlin and White, Thomas.

V.68-99, p.574. Effects of the Ignition Method on Aggregate Properties. Hall, Kevin and Williams, Stacy.

Asphalt Emulsion:

V.44-75, p.281. Emulsified Asphalt Mix Design and Construction. Coyne, L.D. and Ripple, R.M.

V.44-75, p.302. The Influence of the Temperature in the Rate Setting of Cationic Asphalt Emulsions. Pinilla, A. and Agnusdei, J.O.

V.44-75, p.323. The Use of Emulsified Asphalt in Construction and Maintenance. Spahr, J.D.

V.44-75, p.330. Graded Aggregate Seal Coats Utilizing High Float Emulsified Asphalt. Martineau, P.R. and Ferguson, J.

V.46-77, p.196. A Suggested Method for the Preparation and Testing of Asphalt Emulsion Treated Mixtures Using Marshall Equipment. Gadallah, A.A.; Wood, L.E.and Yoder, E.J.

V.48-79, p.65. Rheology of Asphalt Emulsion Residues. Hardin, J.R.; Ban, S.D. and Schweyer, H.E.

V.52-83, p.441. Performance Evaluation of Open-Graded Emulsified Asphalt Pavement. Hicks, R.G.; Santucci, L.E.; Fink, D.G. and Williamson, R.

V.54-85, p.569. Evaluation of Structural Layer Coefficients for Asphalt Emulsion-Aggregate Mixtures. Meier Jr, W.R. and Jimenez, R.A.

V.65-96, p.735. New and Recycled Emulsion Treated Mixes: Ringroad Blvd in Mexico City. Del Campo, Juan A. Fernandez

V.69-00, p.92. A Study of Cement Modified Bitumen Emulsion Mixtures, Brown, S., Needham, D.

Asphalt Mixture Performance Characteristics:

V.66-97, p.426. Performance of Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) Mixtures in the United States. Brown, E. Ray, Mallick, Rajib B., Haddock, John and Bukowski, John.

V.67-98, p.254. Investigation of Water Permeability of Coarse Graded Superpave Pavements. Choubane, B., Page, Gale a nd Musselman, J.

V.67-98, p.553. Accelerated Pavement Testing, A Brief Review Directed Towards Asphalt Interest. Metcalf, J.B.

V.67-98, p.573. Evaluation of the Sueprpave Shear Testing Using 19-mm Mixtures from the Federal Highways Administration's Accelerated Loading Facility. Romero, Pedro and Mogawer, Walaa

V.67-98, p.644. CalTrans Accelerated Pavement Tests (CAL/APT) Program-Test Results: 1994- 1997. Harvey, John, Hoover, T., Nokes, W., Coetzee, N,.F. and Rust, F.

V.67-98, p.690. Accelerated Pavement Testing at the FHWA Pavement Testing Facility. Bonaquist, Ray.

V.67-98, p.717. Evaluation of Fatigue Behavior of Hot Mix Asphalt with the LCPC Nantes Test Track and SHRP Testing Tools. Hines, Mickey, de la Roche, Chantal and Chaverot, Pierre.

V.67-98, p.738. Performance of HMA Test Sections at WesTrack. Epps, Jon.

V.68-99, p.319. An Approach to Examine Thermal Fatigue in Asphalt Concrete. Epps, Amy.

V.68-99, p.349. Determination of Coefficient of Thermal Contraction of Asphalt Concrete Using Indirect Tensile Test Hardware. Mehta, Yusuf, Stoffels, Shelly and Christensen, Donald.

V.68-99, p.369. Development of a Hollow Cylinder Tensile Tester to Obtain Mechanical Properties of Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Buttlar, William, Al-Khateeb, Ghazi and Bozkurt, Diyar.

V.68-99, p.479. Fundamentals of Permeability in Asphalt Mixtures. Huang, Bahoshan, Mohammad, Louay, Raghavendra, Amar and Abadie, Chris.

V.68-99, p.543. Evaluation of High and Low Temperature Properties of Heavy Trafficked Asphalt Road Pavements in Poland. Sybilski, Dariusz.

V.68-99, p.613. Superpave Construction Issues and Early Performance Evaluation. Brown, E. Ray, Decker, Dale, Mallick, Rajib and Bukowski, John.

V.69-00, p.1. Sensitivity of Mixture Performance Properties to Changes in Laboratory Compaction Using the Superpave Gyratory Compactor, Anderson, R., McGennis, R., Tam, W.O., Kennedy, T.

V.69-00, p.122. Laboratory Study of Large Stone Asphalt Mixtures, Mohammad, L., Huang, B., Abadie, C., Raghavendra, A.

V.69-00, p.177. Mixture Testing, Analysis and Field Performance of the Pilot Superpave Projects: The 1992 SPS-9 Mixtures, Anderson, R., Huber, G., Walker, D., Zhang, X.

V.69-00, p.212. Fatigue Response of Asphalt Mixtures Tested by FHWA' ALF, Romero, P., Stuart, K., Mogawer, W.

V.69-00, p.340. Evaluation of Superpave Mixtures in Nevada, McNamara, W.M., Sebaaly, P., Epps, J., Weitzel, D.

V.69-00, p.391. Design Construction and Performance of New-Generation Open-Graded, Friction Courses, Mallick, R., Kandhal, P., Cooley, L.A., Watson, D.

V.69-00, p.424. Influence of Segregation on Pavement Performance, Stroup-Gardiner, M.

V.69-00, p.455. Predicting Thermal Cracking of Pavements from Binder Properties-Theoretical Basis and Field Validation, Bouldin, M., Dongr‚, R., Rowe, G., Sharrock, M.J., Anderson, D.

V.69-00, p733. Specimen Geometry and Aggregate Size Effects in Uniaxial Compression and Constant Height Shear Tests, Witczak, M., Bonaquist, R., Von Quintus, H., Kaloush, K.

V.69-00, p.794. The French Approach to Asphalt Mixtures Design: A Performance-Related System of Specifications, Cort‚, J.F., Serfass, J.P.

V.69-00, p.835. Laboratory Performance-Based Testing of Asphalt Mixtures in the United Kingdom, Richardson, J., Elliott, R., Mercer, J., Williams, J.

V.69-00, p.867. Development and Implementation of a New Australian Asphalt Mix Design Procedure, Oliver, J.

V.69-00, p.883. The New South African Mixture Design System, Van de Ven. M.

V.70-01, p.1. Influence of Voids in the Mineral Aggregate (VMA) on the Mechanical Properties of Coarse and Fine Asphalt Mixtures, Anderson, R.M., Bentsen, R.

V.70-01, p.509. Performance Assessment with the MMLS3 at WesTrack, Epps, A., Ahmed, T., Little, D., Mikhail, M.

V.70-01, p.675. A Comparison of HMA Field Performance and Laboratory Volumetric Sensitivities, Epps, A., Hand, A.

Asphalt Properties:

V.44-75, p.387. Grading of Asphalt Cements by Viscosity. Tons, Egons and Chritz, A.P.

V.44-75, p.416. Influence of Asphalt Composition on Its Rheological Behavior. Marvillet, J.

V.44-75, p.444. Measurement of Asphalt Viscosity at 77F with a Vacuum Capillary Viscometer. Kandhal, P.S. and Wenger, M.E.

V.45-76, p.1 Reduction of Oxidative Hardening of Asphalts by Treatment with Hydrated Lime-A Mechanical Study, Plancher, H.; Green, E.L. and Petersen, J.C.

V.45-76, p.25 Force Ductility-An Asphalt Performance Indicator. Anderson, D.I. and Wiley, M.L.

V.45-76, p.42. Asphalt Viscosity by the Exxon Rapid Method. Corbett, L.W.; Schweyer, H.E. and Lloyd, W.A.

V.45-76, p.53. A Constant Stress Rheometer for Asphalt Cements. Schwyer, H.E.; Smith, L.L. and Fish, G.W.

V.45-76, p.78. An Investigation of Asphalt Preparation from Atabasca Bitumen. Moschopedis, S.E. and Speight, J.G.

V.45-76, p.530. Evaluation of Air-Blown Asphalts to reduce Thermal Cracking of Asphalt Pavements. Clark, M.F. and Culley, R.W.

V.46-77, p.105. Rheological Properties of Road Materials and Their Effect on the Behavior of a Pavement Section Tested in a Climatic Controlled Linear Track Road Testing Machine. Bonn, A.O.; Stubstad, R.N.; Sorenson, J.A. and Simonsen, P.

V.46-77, p.151. Identification of Chemical Types in Asphalts Strongly Adsorbed at the Asphalt- Aggregate Interface and Their Relative Displacement by Water Plancher, H.; Dorrence, J.M. and Petersen, J.C.

V.46-77, p.228. Effect of the Filler on Aggregate-Bitumen Adhesion Properties in Bituminous Mixtures. Ishai, I. and Craus, J.

V.46-77, p.571. Asphalt Hardening as Affected by Film Thickness, Voids and Permeability in Asphaltic Mixtures. Kumar, A. and Goetz, W.H.

V.47-78, p.1. Low Temperature Rheology of Asphalt Cements. III. Generalized Stiffness- Temperature Relations of Different Asphalts. Schewyer, H.E. and Burns, A.M.

V.47-78, p.19. Adhesion and Disbonding Mechanisms of Asphalt Used in Highway Construction and Maintenance. Scott, J.A.N.

V.47-78, p.49. Asphalt Properties and Their Relationship to Pavement Performance in Arizona, Way, G.B.

V.78-79, p.221. Asphalt Viscosity: An Indicator of Low Temperature Fracture Strain in Asphalt Mixtures. Ruth, B.E.; Schweyer, H.E.; Davis, A.S. and Maxfield, J.D.

V.48-79, p.351. A Settling Test to Evaluate the Relative Degree of Dispersion of Asphaltenes. Plancher, H.; Hoiberg, A.J.; Suhaka, S.C. and Petersen, J.C.

V.48-79, p.403. Projected Thermal and Load-Associated Distress in Pavements Incorporating Different Grades of Asphalt Cement. Johnson, T.C.; Shahin, M.Y.; Dempsey, B.J. and Ingersoll, Jr.

V.48-79, p.646. Properties of Asphalt Cements Puzinauskas, V.P.

V.49-80, p.1. Asphalt Properties and Composition: 1950-1980. Anderson, D.A. and Dukatz, E.L.

V.49-80, p.30. The Hardening of Middle East Petroleum Asphalts in Pavement Surfacings. Dickinson, E.J.

V.49-80, p.123. Asphaltenes-Where are You? Docuszynski, M.M.; McKay, J.F. and Latham, D.R.

V.52-83, p.1. Use of the Shell Bitumen Test Data Chart in Evaluation of Asphalt Data. Bell, C.A.

V.52-83, p.291. Properties of Asphalt Cement and Asphaltic Concrete. Anderson, David A.; Dukatz, Ervin L. and Rosenberger, J.L.

V.53-84, p.119. Characterization of Asphalt by Solubility Profiles. Hagen, Arnulf P.; Jones, Ralph; Hofener, Renee M.; Randolph, Bruce B. and Johnson, Marie P.

V.53-84, p.138. Asphalt Quality and Yield Predictions from Crude Oil Analyses. Plummer, M.A. and Zimmerman, C.C.

V.53-84, p.160 Relationship between Asphalt Flow Properties and Asphalt Composition. Dukatz, Ervin L. Jr; Anderson, David A. and Rosenberger, J.L.

V.53-84, p.186. Volatiles in MC-3000 Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Stephens, Jack E. and Hoag, George E.

V.53-84, p.197. The Fractionation of Asphalt. Hattingh, M.M.

V.53-84, p.415. The Mechanical Properties of Bituminous Materials for Road Bases and Basecourses. Brown, S.F. and Cooper, K.E.

V.54-85, p.91. Relation of Asphalt Chemistry to Physical Properties and Specifications. Halstead, Woodrow J.

V.54-85, p.118. Use of Aging Tests to Determine the Efficacy of Hydrated Lime Additions to Asphalt in Retarding its Oxidative Hardening. Edler, A.C.; Hattingh, M.M.; Servas, V.P. and Marais C.P.

V.54-85, p.140. Asphalt Binder Hardening-Causes and Effects. Page, Gale C.; Murphy Kenneth H.; Ruth, Byron E. and Roque, Reynaldo.

V.54-85, p.593. Effect of Amine Additives on Asphalt Cement. Anderson, David A. and Christensen, W.D.

V.55-86, p.57. Performance and Supply Factors to Consider in Paving Asphalt Specifications. Goodrich, J.L. and Dimpfl, L.H.

V.55-86, p.92. Field Verification of Asphalt Aging in Hot Mix Plants Lund, John W. and Wilson, James E.

V.55-86, p.482. Modified Asphalt Pavement Materials-The European Experience. Terrel, Ronald L. and Walter, Jean L.

V.55-86. p.586. Development of a Coat-Based Asphalt Using Hydroliquification. Curtis, Christine W.; Guin, James A.; Kang, Jhy-Huei; Niemeyer, Randall J. and Tarrer, A. Ray.

V.56-87, p.599. The Use of Propane-Precipitated Asphalt (PPA) in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Ishai, Ilan and Tuffour, Yaw A.

V.56-87, p.654. Rheological Properties of Weathered Asphalts Extracted from Sprayed Seals Nearing Distress Condition. Maccarrone, S.

V.56-87, P.688. Asphalt as a Variable-Big Timber Test Sections. Bruce, Bradley.

V.57-88, p.1. Hydrocracking Residues-The Potential Source of Road Binders. Zanzotto, L.; Faber, A.J.; Foley, D.P. and Jeffries, R.B.

V.57-88, p.26. Predicting Asphalt Properties from HP-GPC Profiles. Garrick, Norman W. and Wood, Leonard, E.

V.57-88, p.65. Some Rheological and Physico-Chemical Aspects of Long-Term Asphalt Durability. Ishai, Ilan; Brule, Bernard; Vaniscote, Jean Claude and Ramond, Guy.

V.58-89, p.163. Relating Asphalt Aging and Durability to its Compositional Changes. Tuffour, Yaw W.; Ishai, Ilan and Craus, Joseph.

V.58-89, p.182. A Quantitative Method Using HP-GPC to Predict Laboratory Results of Asphalt Cement Tests. Price, Richard P. and Burati, James L.

V.58-89, p.220. A Thin Film Accelerated Aging Test for Evaluating Asphalt Oxidative Aging. Petersen, J.C.

V.59-90, p.1. Predicting Laboratory Results for Modified Asphalts Using HP-GPS. Price, Richard P. and Burati, James L. Jr.

V.59-90, p.33. A Classification System for Interpreting GPS Profiles of Asphalts. Garrick, Norman W. and Piskur, Ramesh R.

V.59-90, p.54. Towards Performance-Related Design Criteria and Specification for Modified Binders. Rust, F.C. and Hugo, F.

V.59-90, p.73. The Diffusion Model and Asphalt Age-Hardening. Tuffour, Yaw W. and Ishai, Ilan.

V.59-90, p.176. Evaluation of Age-Hardening on Asphalts and Mixtures, Chari, Commandur T.; Ruth, Byron E.; Tia, Mang and Page, Gale C.

V.59-90, p.610. Status of SHRP Program-Asphalt Studies, Kennedy, T.W. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.60-91, p.80. Asphaltic Binder Rheology, Asphalt Concrete Rheology and Asphalt Concrete Mix Properties. Goodrich, J.L.

V.60-91, p.413. Chemical Properties of Asphalts and Their Relationships to Pavement Perfor mance. Robertson, R.E.; Branthaver, J.F.; Plancher, H.; Duval, J.J.; Ensley, E.K.; Harnsverger, P.M. and Peterson, J.C.

V.60-91, p.437. Physical Properties of Asphalt Cement and the Development of Performance- Related Specifications. Anderson, D.A.; Christensen, D.W. and Bahia, H.

V.61-92, p.1. Empirical Equations for Determining the Effects of Temperature and Shear Rate on the Viscosity of Asphalt Cements. Norman W. Garrick.

V.61-92, p.67. Interpretation of Dynamic Mechanical Test Data for Paving Grade Asphalt. Christensen, Donald W. and Anderson, David A.

V.61-92, p.117. The Bending Beam Rheometer: A Simple Device for Measuring Low Tempera ture Rheology of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, H.U. and Anderson, D.A.

V.62-93, p.93. Glass Transition Behavior and Physical Hardening of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain U. and Anderson, David A.

V.62-93, p.247. California Desert Test Road-A Step Closer to Performance Based Specifications. Reese, Ronald E. and Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.62-93, p.481. Development of SHRP Binder Specifications. Anderson, David A. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.62-93, p.508. Development of SHRP Mixture Specification and Design and Analysis System. Kennedy, Thomas W.; Moulthrop, James S. and Huber, Gerald A.

V.62-93, P.529. SUPERPAVE Software: A Tool for Mixture Design. Huber, G.A.

V.63-94, p.346. Comparison of the Thin Film Oven Test and the Rolling Thin Film Oven Test. Zupanick, Michael

V.64-95, p.393. Development of a Global Aging System for Short and Long Term Aging of Asphalt Cements. Mirza, M.W. and Witczak, M.W.

V.65-96, p.1. Application of Fracture Mechanics in Principles to Analyze Cracking in Asphalt Concrete. Jacobs, M.M.J.; Hopman, P.C. and Molenaar, A.A.A.

V.65-96, p.40. Prediction of Mix Modulus and Fatigue Law from Binder Rheology Properties. Boussad, N.; DesCroix, P. and Dony, A.

V.65-96, p.73. Determination of the Coefficient of Thermal Contraction of Asphalt Concrete Using the Resistance Strain Gage Technique. Stoffels, Shelley and Kwanda, F. Doukaga.

V.65-96, p.321. The Significance of Phase Angle Measurements for Asphalt Cements. Stroup- Gardiner, Mary.

V.65-96, p.357. Rheological Characteristics of Bitumen in Contact with Mineral Aggregate. Scholz, Todd and Brown, Stephen.

V.65-96, p.385. Physical Properties of Asphalt Cement and Their Relation to Microstructual Model. Christensen, Donald,; Bahia, Hussain and Anderson, David.

V.65-96, p.408. Time-Temperature Dependency of Asphalt Binders-An Improved Model. Marateanu, Mihai and Anderson, David.

V.66-97, p.458. How Good are Some Rheological Models of Dynamic Materials Functions of Asphalt? Stastna, J., Zanzotto, L. and Berti, J.

V.66-97, p.486. Relationships Between the Structure and the Mechanical Properties of Paving Grade Asphalt Cements.. Lesueur, D., Gerard, J.F., Claudy, P., Letoffe, J.M., Planche, J.P. and Martin D.

V.66-97, p.604. Properties of Aged Asphalt Binder Related to Asphalt Concrete Fatigue Life. Reese, Ronald.

V.67-98, p.1. Classification of Asphalt Binders into Simple and Complex Binders. Bahia, Hussain, Hislop, W., Zhai, H. and Rangel, Andres.

V.67-98, p.623. Relationships Between Asphalt Rut Resistance and Binder Rheological Properties. Oliver, John and Tredrea, Peter.

V.68-99, p.1. Non-Linear Viscoleastic and Fatigue Properties of Asphalt Binders. Bahia, Hussain, Zhai, Huachun, Bonnetti, Karen and Kose, Sadi.

V.68-99, p.89. Rheological and Mechanical Properties of Asphalt Binder Containing Recycled Asphalt Pavement. Soupharath, Nikone, Lee, K. Wayne, Shukla, Arun, Franko, Colin and Manning, Francis.

V.68-99, p.434. Low-Temperature Behavior of Hard Bitumens: Experiments and Modeling. Maia, Antonio, Marciano, Yves, Achimastos, Lito, Corte, Jean-Francois, Gourdon, Jean-Louis, Piau, Jean-Michel and Faure, Michel.

V.69-00, p.72. Recovery and Testing of RAP Binders from Recycled Pavements, Peterson, R., Soleymani, H.R., Anderson, R., McDaniel, R.

V.69-00, p.574. Comparison of Moduli for Asphalt Binders Obtained from Different Test Devices, Marasteanu, M., Anderson, D.

V.69-00, p.697. Superpave Binders Tests and Spec's How Have They Performed in the Real World, D'Angelo, J., Fee, F.

V.69-00, p.714. European Binder Testing-Findings from the Eurobitume Workshop, Planche, J.P.

V.70-01, p.242. Asphalt Binder Testing Variability, Haddock, J., Prowell, B., Hughes, C.

V.70-01, p.471. Impact of Factors Affecting Determination of Glass Transition Temperature using a Dynamic Shear Rheometer, Reinke, G., Engber, S.


V.50-81, p.116. The ASTM Penetration Method Measures Viscosity. Davis, R.L.

V.50-91, p.417. The Durability of Various Asphalts in Pavement Seals in South Eastern Australia. Martin, C.L. and Bowering, R.H.

V.50-81, p.442. Changing Asphalt Through Creation of Metal Complexes. Kennedy, Thomas W.; Cummings, Lowell O and White, Thomas D.

V.50-81, p.467. Effects of Heat and Air on the Viscosity of Sulphur-Asphalt Mixtures. Jimenez, R.A. and Stokes, K.J.

V.51-82, p.169. Optimizing the Improvements Obtained by the Digestion of Comminuted Scrap Rubbers in Paving Asphalts. Oliver, John W. II

V.51-82, p.562. Reclaimed Rubber-Asphalt Blends-Measurement of Rheological Properties to Assess the Toughness, Resiliency, Consistency and Temperature Sensitivity. Lalwani, S.; Abushihada, A. and Halasa, A.

V.52-83, p.198. Evaluation of Surface Treatment and Slurry Seal. Mills, William H.

V.52-83, p.474. A Mechanistic Analysis of Asphalt Pavement Performance in Brazil. Queiroz, C.A.V.

V.52-83, p.561. On the Use of Sulphur in Sand-Asphalt Applications. Akili, W.

V.52-83, p.585. Fabric Reinforcement to Extend Pavemetn Life. Yandell, W.O. and Curiskis, J.I.

V.53-84, p.19. Hot Mix Asphalt for Railroad Trackbeds Construction Performance and Overview. Rose, Jerry G.; Lin, Chiang and Drnevich, Vincent P.

V.53-84, p.51. Cracking and Seating of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements in Michigan. Welke, Robert A.; Webb, A.B. Jr. and Van Deusen, Charles.

V.53-84, p.304. Material Characterization and Design Considerations for Membrane Interlayers. McKeen, R.G.; Newcomb, D.E. and Hanson, D.I.

V.53-84, p.475. Hot Mix Asphalt for Railroad Trackbeds-Structural Analysis and Design. Huang, Y.H.; Lin, C. and Deng, X.

V.54-85, p.1. Block Copolymer Modification of Asphalt Intended for Surface Dressing Applications. Collins, J.H. and Mikols, W.J.

V.54-85, p.18. Polymer Grid Reinforcement of Asphalt. Brown, S.F.; Brunton, J.M.; Hughes, D.A.B. and Brodrick, B.V.

V.54-85, p.45. Geogrid Reinforcement of Flexible Pavements Design Basis and Field Trials. Kennepohl, Gerhard; Kamel, Nabil; Walls, Jamie and Haas, Ralph C.G.

V.54-85, p.502. Structural Design of Hot Mix Asphalt Underlayments for Railroad Trackbeds. Huang, Yang H; Rose, Jerry G. and Lin, Chiang.

V.54-85, p.619. Breaking and Seating of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Prior to Bituminous Concrete Overlays in Kentucky. Drake, E.B.

V.54-85, p.667. Seal Coat Design. Holmgreen, R.J.

V.56-87, p.427. Thickness Design for Hot-Mix Asphalt Railroad Trackbeds. Huang, Y.H.; Rose, J.G. and Khoury, C.J.

V.56-87, p.555. Asphalt Paving for Steel Bridge Decks. Smith, J.W.

V.58-89, p.362. Factors Affecting Design and Performance of Slurry Seal Mixes. Bayomy, Fouad M. and Naji, Jamil A.

V.59-90, p.276. Performance Evaluation of Steel Furnace Slag-Natural Sand Asphalt Surface Mixes. Noureldin, A. Samy and McDaniel, Rebecca S.

V.60-91, p.160. Acoustic Emission for Evaluating the Relative Performance of Asphalt Mixes Under Thermal Loading Conditions. Valkering, C.P. and Jongeneel, D.J.

V.60-91, p.188. Effects of Microbial Activity on Asphalt-Aggregate Bond. Parker, F. and Benefield L.

V.61-92, p.393. Tire Gripping on Pavement Surface. Southgate, Herbert F.

V.61-92, p.473. Air Monitoring of Liquid Asphalt Additives. Bautista, Paul A. and Proctor, Joe.

V.61-92, p.517. Introduction of Stone Mastic Asphalt (SMA) in Ontario. Kennepohl, Gerhard J. and Davidson, J.K.

V.61-92, p.584. Asphalt Concrete Materials and Mix Design Practices in Europe. Van Der Heide, Jos.

V.62-93, p.130. Experimental and Analytical Model for the Role of Reinforced Asphaltic Membranes in Retardation of Reflective Cracking. Ishai, Ilan; Livneh, Moshe; Kief, O. and Altus. E.

V.63-94, p.561. Defining Specification Limits with Respect to Testing Variability. Stroup- Gardiner, Mary and Newcomb, David.

V.65-96, p.608. Performance Related Testing of Heavy Loaded Swiss Asphalt Concrete Surface Courses. Partl, Manfred; Vinson, Ted and Leahy, Rita.

V.65-96, p.697. The Application of the Fog Seal Technology on a Multiple Chip Seal in Ghana, Oduroh, Paul and Tuffour, Yaw.

Mix Design:

V.45-76, p.353. Factors Affecting the Response of Emulsified Asphalt Mixtures. Darter, M.I.; Truebe, M.A. and Abdulla, E.S.

V.45-76, p.478. Airports Discover Open Graded Asphalt Pavements. Boyer, R.E.

V.47-78, p.522. The Creep Test: A Key Tool in Asphalt Mix Design and in the Prediction of Pavement Rutting. Van de Loo, P.J.

V.47-78, p.558. Some Physico-Chemical Aspects of the Effect and the Role of the Filler in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Craus, J.; Ishai, I. and Sides, A.

V.48-79, p.91. Workability of Bituminous Mixes-Development of a Workability Meter. Marvillet, J. and Bougault, P.

V.50-81, p.150. Evaluation of Baghouse Fines in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.50-81, p.291. Durability of Bituminous Paving Mixtures as Related to Filler Type and Properties. Craus, Joseph; Ishai, Ilan and Sides, Arieh

V.50-81, p.379. Variabilities of Bituminous concrete as Related to Sampling Location. Hughes, C.S.

V.51-82, p.53. Prediction of Pavement Cracking at Low Temperatures. Ruth, B.E.; Bloy, L.A.K. and Avital, A.A.

V.51-82, p.104. A Laboratory Investigation of the Influence of Rest Periods on the Fatigue Characteristics of Bituminous Mixes. Bonnaure, F.P.; Huibers, A.H.J.J. and Boonders, A.

V.51-82, p.129. An Evaluation Scheme for Conventional Requirements of Design and Construction Quality of Asphalt Concrete. Uzan, Jacob

V.51-82, p.189. Evaluation of Sulphur Extended Asphalt Binders in Bituminous Paving Mixtures. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.51-82, p.222. Sulphur-Asphalt Binder Properties Determined by the Sliding Plate Rheometer. Courval, G.J. and Akili, Waddah.

V.51-82, p.240. Characteristics of Asphalt-Rubber by the Sliding Plate Microviscometer. Chehovits, James G.; Dunning, Robert L. and Morris G.R.

V.51-82, p.363. Dust Collector Fines and Their Influence on Mixture Design. Anderson, D.A.; Tarris, J.P. and Brock, J.D.

V.52-83, p.1. Use of the Shell Bitumen Test Data Chart in Evaluation of Asphalt Data. Bell, C.A.

V.52-83, p.32. Chemical Reactivity and Flow Properties of Asphalts Modified by Metal Complex-Induced Reaction with Atmospheric Oxygen. Petersen, J.C.; Plancher, H. and Miyake, G.

V.52-83, p.88. Characterization and Specification of Baghouse Fines. Anderson, David A. and Tarris, Joseph P.

V.52-83, p.362. Specifications for Compaction of Asphalt Pavements. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.52-83, p.378. A Mixture Design Procedure Based on the Failure Envelope Concept. Little, Dallas N. and Richey, Barry L.

V.53-84, p.80. Cold-Mix Asphalt Technology at Temperatures Below 10C. Jarrett, P.M.; Beatty, A.N.S. and Wojcik, A.S.

V.54-85, p.168. The Effects of Moisture and Compaction on the Quality of Asphalt Pavement. Santucci, L.E.; Allen, D.D. and Coats, R.L.

V.54-85, p.209. Relative Life Effects of Mix Composition and Density Variation. Elliot, Robert P and Herrin, Moreland.

V.54-85, p.239. Design as a Factor in Pavement Performance. Santucci, L.E.

V.54-85, p.243. Evolution of the Hveem Stabilometer Method of Designing Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Vallerga, B.A. and Lovering, W.R.

V.54-85, p.265. Marshall Procedures for Design and Quality Control of Asphalt Mixtures. White, Thomas D.

V.54-85, p.347. Improved Asphalt Mix Design. Monismith, C.L.; Epps, J.A. and Finn, F.N.

V.54-85, p.651 Reducing Transverse Cracking in Iowa Pavements. Huisman, Charles L.

V.55-86, p.1 Design and Construction of Asphalt-Aggregate Systems for Special Supplications. Vallerga, B.A. and Monismith, C.L.

V.55-86. p.149. A Modified Method for Predicting Reduced Asphaltic Pavement Life from Moisture Damage. Hesichi, Simon and Ishai, Ilan.

V.55-86, p.175. Factors Affecting Moisture Susceptibility of Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Graf, Peter E.

V.55-86, p.213. The Effect of Multiple Freeze-Thaw Cycle Conditioning on the Moisture Damage in Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Scherocman, James A.; Mesch, Keith A. and Proctor, J. Joseph.

V.55-86, p.250. Variations in Asphalt Cements and Their Effects on Performance of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Anderson, David A.; Petersen, J. Claine and Christensen, Donald W.

V.55-86, p.323. A Look at the Art of Asphaltic Mixture Design. Jimenez, R.A.

V.56-87, p.1. Experimental Bituminous Mixes to Minimize Pavement Rutting. Hughes, C.S. and Maupin Jr. G.W.

V.56-87, p.492. Guidelines for Use of Dust in Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Anderson, David A.

V.57-88, p.245. Effect of Mix Properties on Structural Design: A Review. Brown, S.F.

V.57-88, p.262. Development of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixture Analysis System. Kennedy, Thomas W.; Little, Dallas N.; Von Quintus, Harold L. and Scherocman, James A.

V.57-88, p.290. Relationships Between Mix Characteristics and Low Temperature Pavement Cracking. Haas, R.C.G. and Phang, W.A.

V.57-88, p.346. Illinois Develops Stable Mixes. Miller, Jay; Monroney, Harold and Traylor, Marvin.

V.57-88, p.358. Changes in Mix Design to Improve Performance Selected State Experiences. Anderson, D.A.; Collins, R.; Hughes, C.S.; Kandhal, P.S.; Page, G.C.; Scofield L. and Whited, G.

V.57-88, p.576. Development of a Mix Design Method for Open Graded Moto-Paver Mixes. Kandhal, Prithvi S. and Basso, H. Richard.

V.58-89, p.624 Status Report on Development of an Asphalt-Aggregate Mixture Analysis System. Von Quintus, Harold L.

V.59-90, p.93. Methods and Treatments to Control Debonding. Jimenez, R.A.

V.59-90, p.138. An Improved Asphalt Concrete Mix Design Procedures. Mahboub, Kamyar and Little, Dallas N, Jr.

V.59-90, p.304. Quality Assurance in Asphalt Mixes. Gastmans, Andre.

V.59-90, p.347. Designing Asphaltic Concrete Mixes Which are More Readily Compacted. Corum, Donald K.

V.59-90, p.526. Large Stone Mixes: Design and Construction. Kandhal, Prithvi S.

V.60-91, p.230. An Evaluation of Effectiveness of Antistripping Additives in Protecting Asphalt Mixtures from Moisture Damage. Kennedy, T.W. and Ping, W.V.

V.60-91, p.264. Application of New Concepts in Asphalt Mix Design. Brown, S.F.; Preston, J.N. and Cooper, K.E.

V.61-92, p.154. An Automated Asphalt Concrete Mix Analysis System. May, Richard W. and Witczak, Matthew W.

V.60-91, p.647. Developments of Performance-Based Specifications and AAMAS. Kennedy, T.W.; Cominsky, R.J. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.61-92, p.188. Towards a Performance-Related Asphalt Mix Design Procedure. Hopman, P.C.; Valkering, C.P. and van der Heide, J.P.J.

V.61-92, p.241. Pavement Materials Selection and Evaluation Utilizing Knowledge-Based Expert Systems Technology. Hozayen, H. and Haas, Ralph.

V.62-93, p.565. Validation of SHRP Binder Specification Through Mix Testing. Hicks. R.G.; Finn, F.N.; Monismith, C.L. and Leahy R.B.

V.62-93, p.615. Field Verification of SHRP Asphalt Binder and Mixture Specification Tests to Control Thermal Cracking Through Performance Modeling. Roque, Reynaldo; Hiltunen, Dennis R. and Stoffels, Shelley M.

V.62-93, p.639. Post-SHRP Validation of SHRP Binder and Mixture Specifications. Teng, Paul and Cominsky, Ronald J.

V.62-93, p.708. Variation in Hot Mix Asphalt Mix Design Properties. Brown, Elton R.; Gabrielson, Jay and Adettiwar, Sudhir.

V.63-94, p.45. Field Validation of Laboratory Aging Procedures for Asphalt Aggregate Mixtues. Bell, C.A., Felling, M.J. and Wieder, A.

V.63-94, p.81. A Mechanics-Based Prediction Model for Thermal Cracking of Asphaltic Concrete Pavements. Hiltunen, Dennis and Roque, Reynaldo

V.63-94, p.118. Mixture and Mode-of-Loading Effects on Fatigue Response of Asphalt- Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A., Deancon, John A., Coplantz, John, Harvey, John T. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.63-94, p.152. Time and Temperature Properties of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Tested as Hollow Cylinders and Subjected to Dynamic Axial and Shear Loads. Alavi, Sirous H. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.63-94, p.182. Mix Rheology-A Tool for Predicting the High Temperature Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt. Bouldin, Mark G., Rowe, G.M., Sharrock, M.J. and Sousa, Jorge B.

V.63-94, p.224. Modeling Permanent Deformation of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixes. Sousa, Jorge B. and Weissman, Shmuel L.

V.63-94, p.258. Evaluation of Rutting Potential of Oregon Surface Mixes. Sosnovske, Dan, Hicks, R.G. and Leahy, Rita B.

V.63-94, p.298. Asphalt-Aggregate Mix Design Using the Simple Shear Test. Sousa, Jorge B.

V.63-94, p.511. A Comparison of Field and Laboratory Compacted Asphalt-Rubber, SMA, Recycled and Conventional Asphalt-Concrete Mixes Using SHRP A-003A Equipment. Harvey, John and Monismith, Carl.

V.64-95, p.32. Compaction and Shear Strength Testing of Stone Matrix Asphalt Mixtures in the Gyratory Testing Machine. West, Randy C. and Ruth, Byron E.

V.64-95, p.431. Recommended Mix Testing and Analysis Systems Resulting from SHRP Contract A-003A. Leahy, Rita, Hicks, R. Gary, Monismith, Carl and Finn, Fred

V.64-95, p.575. Interrelationships Among Stiffnesses of Asphalt Aggregate Mixtures. Kim, Y. Richard and Lee, Yung-Chien

V.65-96, p.300. Development of Temperature Coefficients for the AASHTO Flexible Pavement Design Equation. Noureldin, A. Samy; Leahy, Rita and Lundy, James

V.66-97, p.1. Development of a Mix Design Procedure for Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) Mixtures. Brown, E.R., Haddock, John E., Mallick, Rajib B. and Lynn, Todd A.

V.66-97, p.187. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Environmental Conditioning System. Tandon, Vivek, Vemuri, Nalini, Nazarian, Soheil and Tahmoressi, Maghsoud.

V.66-97, p.250. Critical Evaluation of Superpave Level I Mix Design Using Arkansas Surface Course Mixes. Gowda, Gary, Hall, Kevin, Elliott, Robert and Meadors, Alan.

V.66-97, p.277. Ruggedness Evaluation of AASHTO TP4 The Superpave Gyratory Compactor. McGennis, Robert, Kennedy, Thomas W., Anderson, Virgil L. and Perdomo, Dario

V.67-98, p. 101. An Initial Evaluation of Ndesign Superpave Gyratory Compactor. Brown, E. Ray and Mallick, Rajib.

V.67-98, 125. Parameters to Define the Laboratory Compaction Temperature Range of Hot-Mix Asphalt. De Sombre, Rachel, Newcomb, David, Chadbourn, Bruce and Voller, Vaughn.

V.67-98, p.153. Sensitivity of Superpave Mixture Tests to Changes in Mixture Components. Anderson, R. Michael, Cominsky, Ronald and Killingsworth, Brian.

V.67-98, p.189. Optimization of Constructability and Resistance to Traffic: A New Design Approach for HMA Using the Superpave Compactor. Bahia, Hussain, Friemel, Timothy, Peterson, Pehr and Russell, Jeffrey.

V.68-99, p.153. Consolidation of the Ndesign Compaction Matrix and Evaluation of Gyratory Compaction Requirements. Brown, E. Ray and Buchanan, M. Shane.

V.69-00, p.34. Mixing and Compaction Temperatures for Superpave Mixes. Yildirim, Y., Solaimanian, M., Kennedy, T.

V.70-01, p.70. A Laboratory Investigation into the Effects of Aggregate-Related Factors on Critical VMA in Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Coree, B., Hislop, W.

V.70-01, p.132. The Bailey Method of Gradation Evaluation: The Influence of Aggregate Gradation and Packing Characteristics on Voids in the Mineral Aggregate. Vavrik, W., Pine, W., Huber, G., Carpenter, S., Bailey, R.

Pavement Construction and Field Control:

V.44-75, p.75. The Compaction of Bituminous Base and Base-Course Materials and Its Relation to Pavement Performance. Lister, N.W. and Powell, W.D.

V.46-77, p.260. Vibratory Compaction of Asphalt Pavements Introduction. Tunnicliff, D.G.

V.46-77, p.264. Vibratory Compaction of Bituminous Concrete-Where Does It Stand? Hughes, C.S.

V.46-77, p.272. Summarizing the Development of Vibratory Roller Applications for Compacting Bituminous Mixes in USA. Geller, M.

V.46-77, p.279. Asphalt Compaction by Vibratory Roller. Cosbey, H.

V.46-77, p.287. Vibratory Compaction of Thin Lift Asphalt Resurfacing. Dellert, R.B.

V.46-77, p.293. Vibratory Roller Compaction of Asphalt Pavements in the Netherlands. Vizi, L; Hansen, E.A. and Jonker, C.

V.46-77, p.309. Compacting Heavy Duty Highway Pavements. Noel, R.B.

V.46-77, p.326. Vibratory Compaction of Bituminous Mixes in France. Machet, J.M. and Morel, G.

V.46-77, p.340. Airfield Compaction Update, 1977. White, T.D.

V.47-78, p.372. A Statistical Evaluation of Sampling Methods and Bituminous Concrete Compaction. Fromm, H.J.

V.50-81, p.394. Improved Compaction of Dense Graded Bituminous Macadams. Powell, W.D.; Lister, N.W. and Leech, D.

V.52-83, p.357. A Density Specification with Pay Factors. Hughes, C.S.

V.52-83, p.508. Evaluation of Methods for Field Applications of Lime to Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Kennedy, T.W.; Turnham, N.; Eps, J.A.; Smoot, C.W.; Young, F.M.; Button, J.W. and Zeigler C.D.

V.53-84, p.321. Resurfacing: Construction Problems. Solutions? Nady, Robert M.

V.53-84, p.631. Action Taken by the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation to Identify and Reduce the Stripping Potential of Asphalt Mixes. O'Connor, D.L.

V.53-84, p.638. Effect of Drummix Plants on Asphalt Mixes in Florida, Potts, C.F.

V.55-86, p.33. Traps for Contractors in Statistical Specifications in Asphalt Technology. Dunning, Robert L.

V.55-86, p.269. Segregation of Asphaltic Mixtures. Brock, J.D.

V.55-86, p.277. Asphalt Concrete Mixture Production Problems Related to Light Constituents in Asphalts. Page, Gale; Murphy, Kenneth H. and Ruth, Byron E.

V.55-86, p.607. Density Testing. Hughes, C.S.

V.55-86, p.614. P401 Revised Eastern Region Specifications Designing Manufacturing and Placing of the Mix. Lambeth, B.C.

V.56-87, p.304. Asphalt Mixture Segregation: Diagnostics and Remedies. Kennedy, T.W.; McGennis, R.B. and Holmgreen, R.J.

V.56-87, p.330. Hot Mix Asphalt Construction-Field Diagnosis and Trouble-Shooting Guide. Acott, Mike and Dunmire, Ron.

V.56-87, p.408. Some Aspects of the Compaction of Asphalt Mixes and Its Influence on Mix Properties. Linden, Fons and Van Der Heide, Jos.

V.56-87, p.454. Microwave Heating of Asphalt Paving Materials. Terrel, Ronald L. and Al- Ohaly, Abdulaziz.

V.57-88, p.176. Comparison of Mechanical Properties of Drum Mix and Batch Mix Asphaltic Concrete Through Dynamic Testing. Hopman, P.C.; Maagdenberg, A.C.; Coppens, M.H.M. and Dunkink, J.H.

V.57-88, p.669. Quality Assurance State Viewpoint, Schwartz, Douglas J.

V.57-88, p.676. Quality Assurance Contractor's Viewpoint. Bailey, Robert

V.60-91, p.287. Summary of Simulation Studies from Demonstration Project No. 74: Field Management of Asphalt Mixes. D'Angelo, J.A. and Ferragut, T.

V.61-92, p.272. Improving the Precision of Test Methods Used in VMA Determination. Krugler, Paul E.; Tahmoressi, Maghsoud and Rand, Dale A.

V.61-92, p.501. Development Testing and Economics of Heat Recovery Technology for Hot Mix Asphalt Plants. Bracegirdle, Paul E.

V.61-92, p.612. Asphalt Concrete Pavement Construction Practices in Europe. Schtz, Ottmar W.

V.61-92, p.624. Cooperative Attitudes Between Contractors and Governmental Agencies in Europe. Hppi, Peter.

V.61-92, p.638. Transfer of Technology from Europe to USA (Discussion only). Harrigan, Edward.

V.61-92, p.642. Construction of SMA Test Sections in U.S. Scherocman, James A.

V.62-93, p.556. SUPERPAVE Field Control Tests. Hughes, C.S.

V.62-93, p.668. Compaction of Asphalt Concrete at Gerede-Ankara Motorway Project: A Case History. Mirza, S. Idris

V.62-93, p.693. The Trial of Three Large Stone Mix Pavements. Vail, Peter L.

V.63-94, p.593. Quality Management. Tuggle, Don.

V.63-94, p.603. Developing a Quality Management Process. Wolters, Richard.

V.63-94, p.619. Contractor Process Control. Weigel, Jack.

V.63-94, p.632. Quality Management. Ball, John.

V.63-94, p.636. Field Management of Hot Mix Asphalt. Decker, Dale.

V.64-95, p.2. AASHTO Accreditation for Bituminous Materials Testing Laboratories. Spellerberg, Peter A.

V.64-95, p.11. Hot Mix Technician Program in Texas. Tahmoressi, Maghsoud

V.64-95, p.15. Practical Issues Relating to Accreditation and Certification. Wolters, Richard O.

V.64-95, p.241. Historical Development of Asphalt Content Determination by the Ignition Method. Brown, Elton R., Murphy, Nicholas E., Mager, Stuart and Yu, Li.

V.64-95, p.611. Comparison of the Superpave Gyratory Compactor to the Marshall for Field Quality Control. D'Angelo, John A., Paugh, Charles, Harman, Thomas P. and Bukowski, John

V.65-96, p.747. Benefits of Constructing Smoother Pavements. Zaghloul, Sameh

V.66-97, p.379. Pavement Density Measurement Comparative Analysis Using Core and Nuclear Methods. Schmitt, Robert L., Hanna, Awad S., Russell, Jeffrey S. and Nordheim Erik V.

V.66-97, p.407, HMA Overlay Construction with One-Pass/Lane-Width PCCP Rubblization. Thompson, Marshall, VanMatre, Frank, Lippert, David and Jenkins, Paul

V.66-97, p.686. An Overview. Kandhal, Prithvi

V.66-97, p.704. Hot Mix Recycling: State-of-the-Practice. Decker, Dale.

V.66-97, p.723. Hot In-Place Recycling: State-of-the-Practice. Terrel, Ronald, Epps, Jon and Sorenson, James.

V.66-97, p. 746. Full Depth Pavement Reclamation: State-of-the-Practice. Huffman, John.

V.66-97, p.760. Cold Mix Recycling: State-of-the-Practice. Kearney, Edward

V.67-98, p.433. Performance of a Warranted Hot Mix Asphalt Pavement in Indiana. Haddock, John and Ward, David

V.68-99, p.450. Quality Management of Asphalt Concrete Layers Using Wave Propagation Techniques. Rojas, J., Nazarian, S., Tandon, V. and Yuan D.

V.69-00, p.313. Application of ROSAN High Frequency Laser Surface Texture Measurements to Control HMA Segregation, Stroup-Gardiner, M, Law, M.

V.69-00, p.608. An Evaluation of Selected Methods for Measuring the Bulk Specific Gravity of Compacted Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Mixes, Buchanan, M.S.

V.69-00, p.635. Effects of Test Variability on Mixture Volumetrics and Mix Design Verification, Hand, A., Epps, A.

V.69-00, p.675. A New Method to Determine Aggregate Bulk Specific Gravity in Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures, Haddock, J., Prowell, B.

V.70-01, p.273.Analysis of Bias in HMA Field Split-Sample Testing, Schmitt, R., Hanna, A., Russell, J., Nordheim, E.

V.70-01, p.352. Evaluation of Gamma Ray Technology for the Measurement of Bulk Specific Gravity of Compacted Asphalt Concrete Mixtures, Malpass, G., Khosla, P.

V.70-01, p.712, A Comparison of Ovens used in Determining Binder Content by the Ignition Method, Williams, S., Hall, K.

V.70-01, p.729. Evaluation of Production Control Parameters in the Context of a Simple Performance Test for Superpave, D'Angelo, J., Harman, T., Paugh, C.

V.70-01, p.762. The Interstate 710 Rehabilitation: Mix and Structural Section Design, Construction Specifications, Monismith, C., Long, F., Harvey, J.

V.70-01, p.800. Specifying Performance into Asphalt Pavements: The I-39 Experience, Dukatz, E., Volker, J.

V.70-01, p.821. Performance Related Specifications, Newcomb, D.

V.70-01, p.837. PRS Concepts/WesTrack, Scholz, T., Seeds, S., Monismith, C., Epps, J.

V.70-01, p.867. How to Specify Performance Effectively and Efficiently, Harm, E.

Recycling, Rehabilitation and Pavement Management:

V.44-75, p.537. Recycling of Asphalt Concrete, Description of Process and Test Selections. Dunning, R.L.; Mendenhall, R.L. and Tischer, K.K.

V.45-76. p.228. Preserving our Pavement Investment. Marker, V.

V.45-76, p.230. Optimum Overlay Maintenance Strategies for Asphalt Pavements Defined Using a Pavement Maintenance Management System. Smith, W.S. and Monismith, C.L.

V.45-76, p.254. Determining Investment Priorities for Urban Pavement Improvements. Karan, M.A. and Haas, R.C.G.

V.45-76, p.286. The Development of Pavement Management Systems for Programming Roadway Maintenance. Finn, F.N.; Terrel, R.L.; LcClerck, R.V. and Garrison, W.A.

V.45-76, p.304. A Review of Pavement Materials Recycling Techniques and Associated Laboratory Tests and Evaluation. Epps, J.A.; O'Neal, R.I. and Gallaway, B.M.

V.45-76, p.337. A Discussion of Recycling Old Asphalt Pavements as Related to Asphalt Binders. McKenzie, Jr. O.

V.46-77, p.496. Recycling of Substandard or Deteriorated Asphalt Pavements-A Guideline for Design Procedures. Davidson, D.D.; Canessa, W. and Escobar, S.J.

V.46-77, p.526. Modeling Heater Techniques for In-Place Recycling of Asphalt Pavements. Carmichael, T.; Boyer, R.E. and Hokanson, L.D.

V.47-78, p.589. Symposium-Pavement Rehabilitation Maintenance and Economics. Huisman, E.L.

V.50-81, p.1. Evaluation of a Unified Design for Asphalt Recycling by Beans of Dynamic and Fatigue Testing. Whitcomb, William; Hicks, R.G. and Escobar, Steven J.

V.50-81, p.32. Effect of Recycling Agents on the Structural Performance of Recycled Asphalt Concrete Materials. Little, D.H.; Holmgreen Jr, R.J. and Epps, J.A.

V.50-81, p.64. Asphalt Emulsion Hot Mix Recycling Project: Analysis and Development of Guidelines. Potts, C.F.; Ruth, B.E.; Schweyer, H.E. and Murphy, K.H.

V.50-81, p.98. Sulphur-Asphalt Pavement Performance and Recycling. Fromm, H.J.; Bean, D.C. and Miller, L.

V.51-82, p.522. Effect of Emulsified Modifiers on the Characteristics of Recycled Mixtures. Khosla, N. Paul

V.51-82, p.540. Recycling Asphalt Pavements Containing a Nonwoven Polyprophylene Fabric, Dykes, J.W.

V.52-83, p.61. Measurement of Mixing Efficiency in Pavement Recycling. Lee, Teh-chang; Terrel, Ronald L. and Mahoney, Joe P.

V.52-83, p.416. Design and Testing of Cold Recycled Asphalt Mixes. Santucci, L.E. and Hayashida, M.T.

V.53-84, p.331. Rehabilitation of a Major Urban Freeway Using a Hot Mix Overlay. Cooper, John A.; McDougall, James I. and Lynch, Daniel F.

V.53-84, p.352. Overlay Deflection Design Method for Arizona. Way, G.B.; Eisenberg, J.F.; Lawson, Jr., J.E. and Delton, J.P.

V.53-84, p.381. Proposed New Mexico State Highway Department Elastic-Layer Overlay Evaluation and Design Procedures for Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Tenison, Jr., J.H.

V.53-84, p.618. Asphalt Cold Recycling Technology in Pennsylvania, Kandhal, P.S.

V.56-87, p.111. Prediction of Rutting in Virgin and Recycled Asphalt Mixtures for Pavements Using Triaxial Tests. W?jeratne, A. and Sargious, M.

V.56-87, p.259. Accelerated Testing of Recycled Asphaltic Concrete. Ferreira, M.A.; Servas, V.P. and Marais, C.P.

V.56-87, p.720. Structural Evaluation of Crack and Seat Overlay Pavements. Lukanen, Erland O. and Skok, Eugene L.

V.57-88, p.646. Site and Laboratory Testing in Order to Determine the Bonding Method in Construction Joints of Asphalt Strips. Livneh, Moshe.

V.58-89, p.40. Water Damage to Asphalt Overlays: Case Histories. Kandhal, Prithvi S.; Lubold, Carl W. and Roberts, Freddy L.

V.58-89, p.256. Use of Nondestructive Tests to Evaluate Hot Mix Recycled Asphalt Pavements. Noureldin, A. Samy and Wood, Leonard E.

V.59-90, p.382. Basic Limits of Overlay Performance During Simultaneous Thermal and Traffic Loading. Jacob, Thomas R.

V.59-90, p.443. Octahedral Shear Stress Analysis of ACP Overlays on PC. Ameri-Gaznon, Mahmoud and Little, Dallas N.

V.63-94, p.2. State Perspective on Use of Waste Materials. McDaniel, Rebecca

V.63-94, p.12. Contractors' Perspective on Waste Materials. Decker, Dale.

V.63-94, p.22. Evaluation of Mixes Containing Waste Materials. Lundy, J.R.

V.65-96, p.231. Evaluation of Recycled Projects for Performance. Paul, Harold

V.65-96, p.628. FHWA Special Project 14. Davies, Jim

V.65-96, p.637. CATQEST 1993 Tour-Experience with Warranties in Europe. Wert, Pete

V.65-96, p.647. Aspects and Considerations for Specifications Containing Warranty Provisions. Moulthrop, James

V.65-96, p.665. HMA Warranty in Wisconsin a Contractor's Perspective. Weigel, Jack

V.65-96, p.677. Wisconsin Asphaltic Pavement Warranties. Volker, John

V.67-98, p.311. Optimizing Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement with the Superpave System. Kennedy, Thomas, Tam, Weng O. and Solaimanian, Mansour.

V.69-00, p.366. Investigation of the Black Rock Issue for Recycled Asphalt Mixtures, Soleymani, H.R., McDaniel, R., Abdelrahaman, M., Anderson, M.

V.70-01, p.176. Development of a Rational and Practical Mix Design Sytsem for Full Depth Reclamation, Mallick, R., Kandhal, P., Brown, E.R., Teto, M. Bradbuy, R., Kearney, E.

Soils and Soils Stabilization:

V.50-81, p.211. Treating Marginal Aggregates and Soils with Foamed Asphalts. Lee, D.Y.

Stability and Failure Mode Testing:

V.44-75, p.1. The Effect of Testing and Mix Variables on the Fatigue Performance of Bitumi nous Materials. Pell, P.S. and Cooper, K.E.

V.44-75, p.38. Practical Fatigue Characterization of Bituminous Mixes. Van Dijk,W.

V.44-75, p.119. Influence of Accelerated Climatic Conditioning on Split Tension Deformations of Asphalt Concrete. Vila, J.M. and Terrel, R.L.

V.45-76, p.400. Direct Tension Test Results for Some Asphalt Concretes. Pavlovich, R.D. and Goetz, W.H.

V.46-77, p.1. The Energy Approach to Fatigue for Pavement Design. Van Dijk, W. and Visser, W.

V.46-77, p.41. Use of Fracture Energy as a Fatigue Failure Criterion. Irwin, K.H.

V.46-77, p.64. A New Method of Predicting the Stiffness of Asphalt Paving Mixtures. Bonnaure, F.; Gest, G.; Gravois, A. and Uge, P.

V.46-77, p.132. Characterization of Asphalt Pavement Materials Using the Indirect Tensile Test. Kennedy, T.W.

V.46-77, p.176, Creep Effects on Fatigue Testing of Asphalt Concrete. Ruth, R.E. and Olson, G.K.

V.47-78, p.73. Low Temperature Shrinkage Cracking of Pavements in Pennsylvania. Kandhal, P.S.

V.47-78, p.115. Practical Application of Fatigue and Rutting Tests on Bituminous Base Mixes. Barksdale, R.D.

V.47-78, p.160. A Coordinated Method for Structural Distress Prediction in Asphalt Pavements. Meyer, F.R.P.; Cheethan, A. and Haas, R.C.G.

V.47-78, p.270. Application of the Stiffness Concept to Transverse Pavement Cracking in Oklahoma. Noureldin, M.S. and Manke, P.G.

V.47-78, p.398. In Situ Measurements of Strains and Deflections in Full-Depth Asphaltic Concrete Pavement. Christison, J.T.; Anderson, K.O. and Shields, B.P.

V.47-78, p.457. The Measurement and Prediction of Asphalt Stiffnesses at Low and Intermediate Pavement Service Temperatures. Gaw, W.J.

V.47-79, p.34. Tensile Characteristics of Bituminous Mixtures as Affected by Modified Binders. Khosla, N.P. and Goetz, W.H.

V.48-80, p.64. Asphalt Rheology: Experimental Determination of Dynamic Moduli at Low Temperatures. Pink, H.S.; Merz, R.E. and Posniack, D.S.

V.49-80, p.476. A Fundamental Study of the Stress-Strain Characteristics of a Bituminous Material. Brown, S.F. and Cooper, K.E.

V.49-80, p.499. A New Method for Predicting the Fatigue Life of Bituminous Mixes. Bonnaure, F.; Gravois, A. and Udron, J.

V.49-80, p.550. Required Properties for Zero Maintenance, Flexible Pavement. Kennedy, T.W.; Roberts, F.L. and Jordhal, P.R.

V.49-80, p.633. Diametral Modulus Testing of Non-Linear Pavement Materials. Wallace, K. and Monismith, C.L.

V.49-80, p.653. Rutting Models for Asphaltic Concrete and Dense-Graded Aggregate from Repeated-Load Tests. Allen, D.L. and Deen, R.C.

V.51-82, p.35. Comparisons of Asphalt Concrete Stiffness as Measured by Various Testing Techniques. Von Quintus, Harold; Rauhut, J. Brent and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.51-82, p.398. Basic Research into the Effect of Filler on the Mechanical Properties of Dense Asphaltic Concrete. Bolk, H.J.N.A.,; Van der Heide, J.P.J. and Van Zantvliet, M.C.

V.53-84, p.583. Comparison of the Sensitivity of Asphalt Concrete Mixture Strength Tess to Changes in Asphalt Binder Properties. Keyser, J.H. and Ruth, B.E.

V.54-85, p.407. The Deformation Behavior of Asphaltic Concrete Under Triaxial Compression. Hushchek, S.

V.54-85, p.454. Surface Cracking of Asphalt Mixtures in Southern Africa. Hugo, Frederick and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.54-85, p.529. Laboratory Investigation of the Fraass Brittle Test. Thenoux, Guillermo; Lees, Geoffrey and Bell, Chris A.

V.54-85, p.551. Permanent Deformation and Resistance to Fatigue of Resurfaced Pavements. A Laboratory Investigation Performed on Beams Taken Across the Wheelpath Resurfaced in the Laboratory. Bj?rklund, N.A.

V.55-86, p.353. The Influence of Material Properties and Pavement Composition on Permanent Deformation by Flow. Evans, J.V. and Ott, L.E.

V.55-86, p.419. Relationships Between Moduli Measured in the Laboratory by Different Procedures and Field Deflection Measurements. Bonaquist, Ramon; Anderson, David A. and Fernando, Emanuel.

V.56-87, p.33. Effect of Asphalt Concrete Parameters on Rutting Performance: A Field Investi gation. Huber, G.A. and Heiman, G.H.

V.56-87, p.91. Comparisons of Field and Laboratory Estimated Resilient Moduli of Pavement Materials. Newcomb, David E.

V.56-87, p.130. Materials Characterization and Response of Flexible Pavements at Low Temperatures. Roque, R. and Ruth, B.E.

V.56-87, p.168. HVS-Aided Validation of Pavement Behavior at Low Temperature. Hugo, F.; Servas, V.P. and Snyman, D.R.F.

V.56-87, p.198. A Comprehensive Study of Cold Climate Airport Pavement Cracking. Haas, R.; Meyer, F.; Assaf, G. and Lee, H.

V.56-87, p.246. Applications of Theory in the Real World of Pavements. Van Til, Cecil J.

V.56-87, p.517. The Effect of Air Voids on the Tensile Strength Ratio. Dukatz, E.K. Jr. and Phillips. R.S.

V.57-88, p.94. Fatigue Properties of Asphalt Mixes Under Conditions of Very Low Loading Frequencies. Gerritsen, A.H. and Jongeneel, D.J.

V.57-88, p.197. Permanent Deformation in Bituminous Mixes Effects of Consistency of Bitumen, Type of Aggregate, and Mix Composition. Barbe, B.; Caroff, G.; Maia, A. and Hiernaux, R.

V.57-88, p.320. Evaluation of the Resistance to Deformation of Different Road Structures and Asphalt Mixtures Determined in the Pavement Rutting Tester. Nievelt, G. and Thamfeld, H.

V.57-88, p.414. Permanent Deformation (Rutting) Considerations in Asphalt Concrete Pavement Sections. Monismith, C.L. and Tayebali, A.A.

V.57-88, p.615. An Evaluation of Permanent Deformation and Low Temperature Characteristics of Some Recycled Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Hadipour, Khashayar and Anderson, Kenneth O.

V.59-90, p.396. Mechanism and Modeling of Surface Cracking in Asphalt Pavements. Roque, Reynaldo and Ruth, Byron E.

V.60-91, p.333. The Influence of Test Conditions and Asphalt Concrete mix Parameters on Permanent Deformation Coefficients Alpha and Mu. Leahy, R.B. and Witczak, M.W.

V.60-91, p.533. Effect of Laboratory Compaction Method on Permanent Deformation Character istics of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Sousa, J.B.; Deacon, J.A. and Monismith, C.L.

V.60-91, p.586. Accelerated Load Tests for Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures and Their Role in AAMAS. Monismith, C.L.; Hicks, R.B. and Finn, F.N.

V.61-92, p.304. The Development of a Measurement and Analysis System to Accurately Determine Asphalt Concrete Properties Using the Indirect Tensile Mode. Roque, Reynaldo and Buttlar, William G.

V.61-92, p.333. Fatigue Response of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A.A.; Rowe, Geoffrey M. and Sousa, Jorge B.

V.61-92, p.405. Evaluation of Water Damage of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Using the Environ mental Conditioning System (ECS). Al-Swailmi, Saleh and Terrel, Ronald. L.

V.62-93, p.54. Low Temperature Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures. Jung, Duhwoe and Vinson, Ted S.

V.62-93, p.150. Evaluation of the Environmental Conditioning System (ECS) and Comparisons with AASHTO T-283. Al-Swailmi, Saleh and Terrel, Ronald L.

V.62-93, p.172. Validation of Binder Properties Used to Predict Water Sensitivity of Asphalt Mixtures. Terrel, Ronald L.; Scholz, Todd V.; Al-Joaib, Abdulla and Al-Swailmi, Saleh

V.62-93, p.223. Control of Stripping with Polymer Treatment of Aggregates. Dunning, R.L.; Schulz, G.O. and Gawron, W.F.

V.62-93, p.344. Performance of Asphalt Mixtures in the Trapezoidal Fatigue Test. Rowe, G.M.

V.62-93, p.385. Modeling Fatigue Response of Asphalt-Aggregate Mixtures. Tayebali, A.A.; Deacon, John A.; Coplantz, John S. and Monismith, Carl L.

V.62-93, p.422. Effect of Sample Length on Indirect Tensile Test Parameters. Hugo, F. and Schreuder, W.J.

V.62-93, p.450. The Effects of Aggregate Gradation on Permanent Deformation of Asphalt Concrete. Krutz, Neil C. and Sebaaly, Peter E.

V.64-95, p.96. Performance-Related Testing of Stone Mastic Asphalt. Partl, Manfred N., Vinson, Ted S., Hicks, R. Gary and Younger, Krey

V.64-95, p.163. Comparison of Several Moisture Susceptibility Tests in Pavements Known Field Performance. Aschenbrener, Tim, McGennis, Robert and Terrel, Ronald

V.64-95, p.340. Development and Evaluation of Surrogate Fatigue Models for SHRP A-003A Abridged Mix Design Procedure. Tayebali, A., Deacon, John and Monismith, Carl L.

V.64-95, p.474. Effect of Differential Thermal Contraction on Fracture Properties of Asphalt Materials at Low Temperatures. Ki, Kwang W. and El Hussein, H.M.

V.64-95, p.500. The Use of Fracture Mechanics for the Evaluation of Asphalt Mixes. Suliaman, S.J. and Stock, A.F.

V.64-95, p.534. Low Temperature Fracture of Polyethylene-Modified Asphalt Binders and Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Lee, Nolan K., Morrison, Geoffrey R. and Hesp, Simon A.M.

V.64-95, p.669. Superpave Performance Prediction-A Look at Utility, Sensitivity and Repeat ability. May, Richard W. and Killingsworth, Brian M.

V.64-95, p.718. Thermal Cracking Performance and Design of Mixtures Using Superpave. Roque, Reynaldo, Hiltunen, Dennis R. and Buttlar, William G.

V.65-96, p.99. Evaluation of Empirical and Theoretical Models to Determine Asphalt Mixture Stiffnesses at Low Temperatures. Buttlar, William and Roque, Reynaldo

V.65-96, p.142. Fatigue Damage for Bituminous Mixture: A Pertinent Approach. DiBennedetto, H.; Soltani, A.A. and Chaverot, P.

V.65-96, p.159. Low Temperature Failure in Particulate-Filled Asphalt Binders with Asphalt Concrete Mixes. Rodr‘quez, Manual G.; Morrison, Geoffrey; vanLoon, Joshua and Hesp, Simon

V.65-96, p.532. A Prediction of Methodology for the Dynamic Modulus of In-Place Aged Asphalt Mixtures. Fonsecca, Osvaldo and Witczak, Matthew

V.66-97, p.31. Validation of the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Mixtures with Small Scale Wheel Tracking Experiments. Rowe, G.M. and Brown, S.F.

V.66-97, p.74. Practical Fatigue Characterization of Bituminous Paving Mixture. Read, John M. and Collop, Andrew C.

V.66-97, p.109. Validation of Asphalt Binder and Mixture Tests that Predict Rutting Susceptibil ity Using the FHWA ALF. Stuart, Kevin D. and Mogawer, Walaa S.

V.66-97, p.153. Properties of Bituminous Mixtures Containing Different Fillers. Kavussi, A. and Hicks, R. Gary

V.66-97, p. 211. Evaluating Superpave Performance Prediction Models Using A Controlled Laboratory Experiment. Zhang, Xhishun

V.66-97, p.312. Determining the Winter Design Temperature for Asphalt Pavements. Robertson, W.D.

V.66-97, p.520. Fatigue Characterization of Asphalt Concrete Using Viscoelasticity and Continuum Damage Theory. Kim, Y. Richard, Lee, Hun-Jong and Little, DallaS

V.66-97, p.633, Influence of Binder Loss Modulus on the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Deacon, J.A., Tayebali, A., Harvey, J.T. and Monismith, C.L.

V.67-98, p.277. A Comparison of Measured and Predicted Low Temperature Cracking Condi tions. Epps, Amy

V.67-98, p.334. Significance of Conditioning Parameters Affecting Distinction of Moisture Susceptible Asphalt Concrete Mixtures in the Laboratory. Tandon, Vivek, Alam, Muhammad, Nazarian, Soheil and Vemuri, Nalini

V.67-98, p.358. Nonlinear Viscoelastic Behavior of Asphalt Concrete in Stress Relaxation. Shields, Donald H., Zeng, Menglan and Kwok, Robert

V.67-98, p.458. Analysis of Creep Data from Indirect Tension Test on Asphalt Concrete. Christensen, Donald

V.67-98, p.493. Are All PG 70-22s the Same? Lab Tests on KY I-64 Field Samples. Blankenship, Phillips, Myers, Allen H., Clifford, Andrea S., Thomas, Todd W., King, Helen W. and King, Gayle N.

V.67-98, p.602. Scaled Down APTG Considerations for Viscoelastic Materials. Van de Ven, Martin, de Fortier Smit, Andr?, Jenkins, Kim and Hugo, Fred.

V.68-99, p.404. Determination of Crack Growth Rate Parameters of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Superpave IDT. Roque, Reynaldo, Zhang, Zhiwang and Sankar, Bhavani.

V.68-99, p.501. An Analysis of the Mechanism of Microdamage Healing Based on the Application of Micromechanics First Principles of Fracture and Healing. Little, Dallas, Lytton, Robert, Williams, Devon and Kim Y. Richard.

V.68-99, p.589. Laboratory Repeatability of the Hamburg Wheel-Tracking Device and Replicating Wheel-Tracking Devices. Izzo, Richard and Tahmoressi, Maghsoud.

V.69-00, p.143. Evaluation of the Superpave Asphalt Binder Specification for High-Temperature Pavement Performance, Stuart, K., Mogawer, W., Romero, P.

V.69-00, p.236. Effect of Material Properties Specimen Geometry and Specimen Preparation Variables on Asphalt Concrete Tests for Rutting, Harvey, J., Guada, I., Long, F.

V.69-00, p.281. Determination of the Linear Viscoelastic Limits of Asphalt Concrete at Low and Intermediate Temperatures, Mehta, Y., Christensen, D.

V.69-00, p.497. Consideration of Strain at Failure and Strength in Prediction of Pavement Thermal Cracking, Bahia, H., Zang, M., Nam, K.

V.69-00, p.540. Low Temperature Performance of SBS-Modified Asphalt Mixes, Hesp, S., Terlouw, T., Vonk, W.

V.70-01, p.38. Evaluation of VMA and Other Volumetric Properties as Criteria for the Design and Acceptance of Superpave Mixtures, Nukunya, B., Roque, R., Tia, M., Birgisson, B.

V.70-01, p.206. Identification and Verification of a Suitable Crack Growth Law for Asphalt Mixtures, Zhang, Z., Roque, R., Birgisson, B., Sangpetngam, B.

V.70-01, p.442. Development of Binder Specification Parameters Based on Characterization of Damage Behavior, Bahia, H., Zhai, H., Zeng, M., Hu, Y., Turner, P.

V.70-01, p.492. Effect of the Filler Particle Size on the Low and High Temperature Performance in Asphalt Mastic and Concrete, Hesp, S., Smith, B., Hoare, T.

V.70-01, p.572. Tests to Evaluate the Stiffness and Permanent Deformation Characteristics of Asphalt/Binder-Aggregate Mixes and Their use in Mix Design and Analysis, Harvey, J., Weissman, S., Long, F., Monismith, C.

V.70-01, p.605. Internal Structure Analysis of Asphalt Mixes to Improve the Simulation of Superpave Gyratory Compaction to Field Conditions, Tashman, L., Masad, E., Peterson, R., Saleh, H.

V.70-01, p.646. Measuring the Complex Modulus of Asphalt by Structural Wave Propagation, Poulikakes, L.D., Hochuli, A.S., Sayir, M.B.., Partl, M.N.

Structural Design and Pavement Performance Evaluation:

V.44-75, p.143. Use of Bituminous Materials in North Dakota Test Road. Manz, E.

V.44-75, p.162. Adaption of AASHO Interim Guide to Fundamental Concepts. Southgate, H.F.; Deen, R.C. and Havens, J.H.

V.44-75, p.190. Evaluation of Flexible Pavement Design Methodology, Sharma, M.G. and Knis, W.J.

V.44-75, p.219. A Comparison of Layered Theory Design Approaches to Observed Asphalt Airfield Pavement Performance. Witczak, M.W.

V.44-75, p.264. Deflection Behavior of Asphaltic Concrete Pavements. Southgate, H.F. and Deen, R.C.

V.44-75, p.519. Analysis of Failure Modes and Related Required Properties in Asphalt-Treated Cold Mix Bases. Ishai, I.; Herrin, M. and Leverenz, D.G.

V.45-76, p.90. San Diego County Experimental Base Project: Analysis of Performance. Shook, J.F.

V.45-76, p.122. Pavement Evaluation with the Falling Weight Deflectometer . Claessen, A.; Valkering, C.P. and Ditmarsh, R.

V.45-76, p.158. Deflection and Performance of Deep Lift Asphalt Emulsion Base. Beagle, C.W.

V.45-76, p.169. Performance of Asphalt Concrete Pavement Mixtures Produced by the Drum Mixer Process. Terrel, R.L. and Holen, D.J.

V.45-76, p.453. Foamed Bitumen Production and Application of Mixtures Evaluation and Performance of Pavements. Bowering, R.H. and Martin, C.L.

V.45-76, p.492. Minimizing Cracking of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Finn, F.N.; Nair, K. and Hilliard, J.

V.46-77, p.541. Pennsylvania's Experrience wit the Design, Construction and Performance of Gussasphalt. Kandhal, P.S. and Mellot, D.B.

V.47-78, p.190. Pavement Condition Evaluation of Asphalt Surfaced Airfield Pavements. Shahin, M.Y.; Darter, M.I. and Kohn, S.D.

V.47-78, p.229. Remaining Life Analysis of Flexible Pavements. Witczak, M.W. and Bell, K.R.

V.47-78, p.281. Permanent Deformation Characteristics of Cement-Emulsion Stabilized Sand. Akili, W. and Monismith, C.L.

V.47-78, p.495. Investigation of Adhesion Properties between Asphaltic-Concrete Layers, Uzan, J.; Livneh, M. and Eshed, Y.

V.48-79, p.1. Evaluation of Construction and Short-Term Performance Problems for Asphalt Pavements in Oregon. Wilson, J.E. and Hicks, R.G.

V.48-79, p.438. The Prediction of Permanent Deformation in Asphalt Pavements. Brown, S.F. and Bell, C.A.

V.48-79, p.477. Reflection Cracking Analysis for Asphaltic Concrete Overlays, Von Quintus, H.; Treybig, H.J. and McCullough, B.F.

V.48-79, p.507. Design and Evaluation of Airport Pavements. Koole, R.C. and Visser, W.

V.48-79, p.541. Full-Depth Pavement Considerations in Seasonal Frost Areas. Eaton, R. and Joubert, R.H.

V.48-79, p.557. A Fundamental Method for Prediction of Roughness, Rutting and Cracking of Pavements. Ullidtz, P.

V.49-80, p.252. Material Characteristics and Predicted Performance of Sulphur-Asphalt Mixtures from In-Service Pavements. Al-Otaishan, A.T.A. and Terrel, R.L.

V.49-80, p.267. Introduction to Symposium on Prevention and Control of Reflective Cracking. Kari, W.J.

V.49-80, p.268. Reflection Cracking: Analyses, Laboratory Studies and Design Considerations. Monismith, C.L. and Coetzee, N.F

V.49-80, p.314. Prevention of Reflective Cracking in Arizona. Way, G.R..

V.49-80, p.330. Applicability of Asphalt-Rubber Membranes in Reducing Reflection Cracking. Vallerga, B.A.; Morris, G.R.; Huffman, J.E. and Huff, B.J.

V.49-80, p.354. Use of Fabric Interlayers to Retard Reflective Cracking. Dykes, J.W.

V.49-80, p.368. Open Graded Asphalt Concrete Base for the Control of Reflective Cracking. Hensley, M.J.

V.49-80, p.381. Reflection Cracking Studies at Thule Airbase, Greenland Using AC 2.5 and Fabrics. Eaton, R.A. and Godfrey, R.N.

V.49-80, p.397. Effectiveness of Fabric and Non-Fabric Treatments in Controlling Reflective Cracking. Mullen, W.G. and Hader, R.J.

V.49-80, p.578. Analysis of High Temperature Instability Failures of Heavily Tafficked Asphalt Pavements. Bissada, A.F.

V.49-80, p.606. The Effect of Truck Design on Pavement Performance. Deen, R.C.; Southgate, H.F.a nd Mayes, J.G.

V.50-81, p.319. Interpretation of Static and Dynamic Deflection Histories in Arizona. Way, George B.

V.50-81, p.345. Pavement Condition and Performance Observations Brampton Test Road. Phang, W.A. and Stott, G.M.

V.51-82, p.1. Pavement Design Considerations for Two-Layer Pavements Containing Open- Graded Asphalt Mixtures. Monismith, C.L. and Wallace, K.

V.51-82, p.53. Prediction of Pavement Cracking at Low Temperatures. Ruth, B.E.; Bloy, L.A.K. and Avital, A.A.

V.51-82, p.129. An Evaluation Scheme for Conventional Requirements of Design and Construction Quality of Asphalt Concrete. Uzan, Joseph

V.51-82, p.150. Finite Element Analysis of Arizona's Three-Layer Overlay System of Rigid Pavements to Prevent Reflective Cracking. Chen, Nan Jim; DiVito, Jospeh A. and Morris, Gene R.

V.51-82, p.484. Effects of Construction Variations Upon Dynamic Moduli of Asphaltic Concrete, Southgate, H.F.

V.52-83, p.121. Pavement Performance and Asphalt Concrete Mix Design. Finn, F.N.; Monismith, C.L. and Markevich, N.J.

V.52-83, p.224. Drum Mix Versus Batch Plants: Pavement Performance Comparisons. Von Quintus, H.L. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.52-83, p.254. Open-Graded Surface Courses in Hot Climates. Hamadani, Shafik, K.

V.52-83, p.271. Factors to be Considered in Developing Performance Based on Specifications. Epps, J.A. and Kari, W.J.

V.52-83, p.489. Prediction of Rut Depth Performance in Flexible Highway Pavements. Uzan, Jacob

V.53-84, p.1. Evaluation of Asphalt Aging in Hot Mix Plants. Lund, John W. and Wilson, James E.

V.53-84, p.98. Functional and Structural Role of Prime Coat in Asphalt Pavement Structures. Ishai, Ilan and Livneh, Moshe.

V.53-84, p.217. Overlay Design-A Synthesis of Methods. Monismith, C.L. and Finn, Fred N.

V.53-84, p.266. Asphalt Overlay Design for Airfield Pavements. Chou, Y.T.

V.53-84, p.285. Deflection Analysis and Case Illustrations of Thin Asphalt Pavements for Overlay Design. Meyer, Frank P.; Haas, Ralph C.G. and Polhill, Dennis.

V.53-84, p.440. Fatigue and Reflection Cracking Due to Traffic Loads. Molenaar, A.A.A.

V.53-84, p.559. Fatigue Behavior of Thin Asphalt Concrete Layers in Flexible Pavement Structures. Craus, J.; Yuce, R. and Monismith, C.L.

V.54-85, p.76. A Five Year Evaluation of Arizona's Three Layer System on the Durango Curve in Phoenix. McCullagh, Frank R. and Foppe, Lawrence E.

V.54-85, p.304. The Strength of Asphalt Pavements. Foster, Charles.

V.54-85, p.432. A Flexible Pavement Structural Evaluation System Based on Dynamic Deflections. Uddin, Waheed; Meyer, A.H. and Hudson, W.R.

V.54-85, p.635. Prediction of Asphalt Performance by HPGPC. Jennings, Wyn

V.55-86, p.453. Effects of Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayers, Molenaar, A.A.A.; Heerkens, J.C.P. and Verhoeven, J.H.M.

V.56-87, p.361. Blistering of Asphalt Overlays Caused by Micro-organisms. Brown, Lew R. and Darnell, Timothy R.

V.56-87, p.278. A Conceptual Framework for Development of Performance-Based Specifications. Fernando, E.G; Anderson, D.A.; Luhr, D.R.; Antle, C.E. and Siddiqui, Zahur

V.56-87, p.380. Pressure Heaving or Asphalt Pavement Overlay. Hironaka, M.C. and Holland, T.J.

V.56-87, p.711. Sawing Joints in Asphalt Pavements. Herring, Stanley

V.57-88, p.389. Flexible Pavement Designs Based on Work. Southgate, Herbert and Deen, Robert C.

V.57-88, p.464. Thermal Rippling of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Roque, Reynaldo; Hardee, H Kenneth and Ruth, Byron E.

V.57-88, p.484. A Practical Approach to the Evaluation of Bituminous Mix Properties for the Structural Design of Asphalt Pavements. Rowe, G.M. and Cooper, K.E.

V.57-88, p.502. Interpretation Problems and Reliability of Falling Weight Deflection (FWD) Measurements on Three Layer Systems. Pronk, A.C.

V.57-88, p.519. Asphalt Mixture Characteristics and Related Pavement Performance. Ford Jr., M.C. and Hensley, M.J.

V.58-89, p.1. A Study of In-Place Rutting of Asphalt Pavements. Brown, E.R. and Cross, Stephen A.

V.58-89, p.77. Evaluation and Response of Aged Flexible Airfield Pavements at Ambient Temperatures Using the Falling Weight Deflectometer. Manzione, Charles W.

V.58-89, p.109. The Synthesis of Mixture Strength Parameters Applied to the Determination of AASHTO Layer Coefficient Distributions. Coree, Brian J. and White, Thomas D.

V.58-89, p.142. A Field Study of Premature Surface Cracking in Asphalt. Malan, G.W.; Straus, P.J. and Hugo, F.

V.58-89, p.245. The Role of the Binder Content in the Performance-Related Properties of Asphaltic Mixes for Surface Layers. Valkering, C.P. and Van Gooswilligen, G.

V.58-89, p.410. Relationship of Paving Asphalt Temperature Susceptibility as Measured by PVN to Paving Asphalt Specifications, Asphalt Paving Mixture Design and Asphalt Pavement Performance. McLeod, Norman W.

V.58-89, p.490. Symposium: Pavement Performance-Framework for Success. Scherocman, James A. and Wood, Leonard E.

V.58-89, p.492. Aggregate Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Dukatz, Ervin L. Jr.

V.58-89, p.503. Asphalt Cement Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Decker, Dale S. and Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.58-89, p.519. The Effects of Testing and Production Procedures on Mix Design Results. Root, Richard E.

V.58-89, p.528. Asphalt Concrete Mix Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Smith, Richard W.

V.58-89, p.553. AAMAS Mixture Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Von Quintus, Harold L. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.58-89, p.571. Hot Mix Asphalt Production, Placement and Compaction Related to Pavement Performance. Scherocman, James A. and Acott, Mike

V.58-89, p.595. Paving Specifications and Inspection Related to Pavement Performance. Harm, Eric E. and Hughes, C.S.

V.59-90, p.240. Chemical and Mechanical Evaluation on Healing of Asphalt Concrete. Kim, Y Richard; Little, Dallas N. and Benson, Fred

V.59-90, p.422. Behavior of Bituminous Materials Under Moving Wheel Loads. Muhtala, Matti; Alkio, Risto; Pihlajam?ki, Jari; Pienim?ki, Markku and Halonene, Pekka.

V.59-90, p.481. Mitigation of Instability Rutting of Asphalt Concrete Pavements in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Dawley, C.B.; Hogeweide, B.L. and Anderson, K.O.

V.59-90, p.560. A Comprehensive Approach to the Rutting Problem in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Al-Dhalaan, M.A.; Khan, S.; Farouki, T.A. and Farwana, T.A.

V.59-90, p.590. rutting Resistance of Asphalt Mixes Containing Non-Convectional and Polymer Modified Binders. Valkering, C.P.; Lancon, D.J.L.; deHilster, E. and Stoker, D.A.

V.59-90, p.621. Status of SHRP Programs-Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP). Skok, E.L. and Ingberg, R.C.

V.60-91, p.1. Kentucky's Experience with Large Size Aggregate in Bituminous Hot Mix. Anderson, R.; Walker, D.; Scherocman, J.A. and Epley, L.E.

V.60-91, p.19. Performance Evaluation of Open-Graded Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Used in Oregon. Huddleston, U.J.; Zhour, H. and Hicks, R.G.

V.60-91, p.310. Reflection Cracking in Asphalt Overlays, Caltabiano, M.A. and Brunton, J.M.

V.60-91, p.364. A Computerized Mechanistic System for Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Flexible Pavements. Guan, L.; Ruth, B.E. and Roque, R.

V.60-91, p.403. Strategic Highway Research Program Asphalt Research-An Overview. Moulthrop, J.S.; Cominsky, R.J.; Kennedy, T.W. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.61-92, p.361. Functional Versus Structural Overlay of Concrete Pavements. White, T.D. and Pumphyrey, N.D.

V.61-92, p.535. A National Study of Rutting in Asphalt Pavement. Brown, Elton R. and Cross, Stephen A.

V.63-94, p.481. Load Equivalency Factors for Asphalt Pavements. Zaghloul, Sameh and White, Thomas

V.64-95, p.278. Prediction by Asphalt Pavement Structural Layer Moduli Using Optimized FWD Configuration. Roque, Reynaldo, Romero, Pedro, Shen, Xueshen and Ruth, Byron

V.64-95, p.636. Experience with Superpave Mixtures-Update on Constructed FHWA/LTPP SPS- 9 Projects. Johnson, Ann M., Skok, Jr., Eugene L. and Symons, Monte G.

V.65-96, p.255. Validation of Experiments for Permanent Deformation Testing of Bituminous Mixtures. Brown, Stephen and Gibb, J. Michael.

V.65-96, p.449. Effect of Asphalt Binder on Pavement Performance: An Investigation Using the Superpave Mix Design System. Zhang, Xishun and Huber, Gerald.

V.65-96. p.491. Prediction of Low-Temperature Cracking of Pennsylvania Project Using Superpave Binder Specifications. Kandhal, Prithvi; Dongr?, Raj and Malone, Mark.

V.65-96, p.573. Asphalt Concrete Characterization for Pavement Performance Prediction. Uzan, Jacob.

V.65-96, p.712. Case History: I-10 Pavement Distress. Paul, Harold.

V.67-98, p.401. Mechanisms of Surface-Initiated Longitudinal Wheel Patch Cracks in High- Type Bituminous Pavements. Myers, Leslie, Roque, Reynaldo and Ruth, Byron.

V.68-99, p.222. Prediction of the Performance of Mineral Fillers in SMA. Shashidhar, N., Needham, S.P., Chollar, B.H. and Romero, P.

V.68-99, p.252. Laboratory Performance Evaluation, SMA, CMHB and Dense Graded Asphalt Mixtures. Mohammad, Louay, Huang, Baoshan, Tan, Zhengzheng and Zhang Xishun.

V.68-99, p.284. Investigation of the System Filler and Asphalt Binders by Rheological Means. Gubler, Remy, Partl, Manfred, Liu, Yang and Anderson, David.

V.70-01, p.301. Premature Failure of Asphalt Overlays from Stripping: Case Histories, Kandhal, P., Rickards, I.

V.70-01, p.543. A Study of Grid Reinforced Asphalt to Combat Reflection Cracking, Brown, S., Thom, N.H., Sanders, P.J.

2001  Volume 70 

R. Michael Anderson and Ross A. Bentsen 

Arif Khatri, Hussain U. Bahia, Doug Hanson

Menglan Zeng, Hussain U. Bahia, Huachun Zhai, Michael R. Anderson, Pamela Turner

Hussain U. Bahia, Huachun Zhai, Menglan Ze ng, Yu Hu, Pamela Turner

S F Brown, N H Thom, and P J Sanders

Brian J. Coree and Walter P. Hislop

J. D’Angelo, T. Harman, C. Paugh

Amy L. Epps and Adam J. Hand

Amy L. Epps, Tazeen Ahmed, Dallas C. Little, and Magdy Y. Mikhail

John E. Haddock, Ph.D., P.E. Brian D. Prowell, P.E. and Charles S. Hughes, P.E

John Harvey, University of California, Berkeley
Shmuel Weissman, Symplectic Engineering Corporation
Fenella Long, University of California, Berkeley
Carl L. Monismith, Robert Horonjeff, University of California, Berkeley

Simon A.M. Hesp, Benjamin J. Smith and Todd R. Hoare

Prithvi S. Kandhal and Ian J. Rickards

Rajib B. Mallick, Prithvi S. Kandhal, Elton Ray Brown, Matthew R. Teto, Richard L. Bradbury and Edward J. Kearney

Glen Malpass and N. Paul Khosla

Bensa Nukunya, Reynaldo Roque, Mang Tia, Bjorn Birgisson

A.S. Hochuli, M.B. Sayir, L.D. Poulikakos, M.N. Partl

Gerald H. Reinke And Steven L. Engber, MTE Services, Inc, Onalaska, Wi 54650

Robert L. Schmitt, Awad S. Hanna, Jeffrey S. Russell, and Erik V. Nordheim

Laith Tashman, Eyad Masad, Bob Peterson, Habeeb Saleh

Stacy G. Williams and Kevin D. Hall

Zhiwang Zhang, Reynaldo Roque, Bjorn Birgisson, Boonchai Sangpetngam

William R. Vavrik, William J. Pine, Gerald Huber, Samuel H. Carpenter, Robert Bailey

2002  Volume 71 

Issues Pertaining to the Pe rmeability Characteristics of Coarse-Graded Superpave Mixer
A. Cooley, B. Prowell, R. Brown

Proposed Methodology for Predicting HMA Permeability
A. Al-Omari, L. Tashman, E. Masad, A. Cooley, T. Harman

Use of Surface Free Energy Properties of the Asphalt-Aggregate System to Predict Moisture Damage Potential
D. Cheng, D. Little, R. Lyton, J. Holste

Linear Viscoelastic Limits of Bituminous Binders
G.D. Airey, B. Rahumzodeh, A.C. Collop

Validation of the Superpave Asphalt Binder Fatigue Cracking Parameter Using the FHWA's Accelerated Loading Facility
K.D. Stuart, W.S. Mogawer

Acid/Base Chemistry for Asphalt Modification
G.N. King, S.W. Bishara, G. Fager

Use of Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) to Evaluate the Fatigue and Healing Potential of Asphalt Binders in Sand Asphalt Mixtures
Y. Kim, D. Little, R. Lytton

Relationship Between Superpave Gyratory Compaction Properties and the Rutting Potential of Asphalt Mixtures
R.M. Anderson

Tertiary Flow Characteristics of Asphalt Mixtures
K. Kaloush, M. Witczak

Linear and Non-Linear (Stress-Dependent) Master Curve Construction for Dynamic (Complex) Modulus
T. Pellinen, M. Witczak

Aggregate Gradation Characterization Factors and Their Relationships to Fracture Energy and Failure Strain of Asphalt Mixtures
B.E. Ruth, R. Roque, B. Nukunya

High Temperature Fatigue and Fatigue Damage Process of Aggregate-Asphalt Mixes
B. Tsai, J. Harvey, C. Monismith (by title only)

Field Shear Test Device for Quality Control Testing of Asphalt Concrete
D.W. Christensen, R. Bonaquist, T. Handojo

Superpave for Low Volume Roads and Base Mixtures
J. Haddock, B. Prowell

Foamed Asphalt Products using Warmed Aggregates
K. Jenkins, A. Molenaar, J. deGroot, M. van de Ven

Investigation of the Restricted Zone in the Superpave Aggregate Gradation Specification
P. Kandhal, L. A. Cooley

Effects of Loading Configuration and Material Properties on Non-Linear Response of Asphalt Mixtures
E. Masad, H. Bahia

Time-Temperature Superposition Principle for Asphalt Concrete Mixtures with Growing Damage in Tension State
Y.R. Kim, G. Chehab, R.A. Schapery, M. Witczak, R. Bonaquist

Development of a Thermo-Viscoplastic Constitutive Model for HMA Mixtures
B. Huang, L. Mohamad, W. Wathugala

Development of a Simplified Fatigue Test and Analysis Procedure Using a Viscoelastic Continuum Damage Model
J.S. Daniel, Y.R. Kim

Top-Down Crack Propagation in Bituminous Pavements and Implications for Pavement Design and Management
L.A. Myers, R. Roq

2003  Volume 72 

Estimating the Rutting Potential of Asphalt Mixtures using Superpave Gyratory Compaction Properties and Indirect Tensile Strength
R. Anderson, D. Christensen, R. Bonaquist

Ternary Property Maps for Asphalt Concrete
D. Christensen, R. Bonaquist

Comparison of the Saturated Surface Dry and Vacuum Sealing Methods for Determining the Bulk Specific Gravity of Compacted HMA
A.Cooley, B. Prowell, M. Rosli

Hirsch Model for Estimating the Modulus of Asphalt Concrete
D. Christensen, T. Pellinen, R. Bonaquist

Comparative Analysis of Axial and Shear Dynamic Moduli of Asphalt Mixes
E. Masad, S. Saadeh, K. Stuart, A. Abbas, T. Papagainnakis

Ruggedness Evaluation of the Shear Frequency Sweep Test for Determining the Shear Modulus of Asphalt Mixtures
R. Anderson, R. McGennis

Stress Dependent Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures at High Temperatures
P. Antes, A. van Dommelen, L. Houben, A. Molenaar, U. Parajuli

Simplistic Mixture Design Using the SGC and the DSR
H. Bahia, E. Masad, A. Stakston, S. Dessouky, F. Bayomy

Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) under Superpave Specifications
R. McDaniel, A. Shah

Evaluation of Internal Angle of Gyration of Superpave Gyratory Compactors in Alabama
B. Prowell, E.R. Brown

Performance of Stone Matrix Asphalt Pavements in Maryland
C. Schwartz, L. Michael, G. Burke

Characterization of Asphalt Concrete in Uniaxial Tension using a ViscoElastoPlastic ModelG. Chehab, Y. Kim, R. Schapery, M. Witczak, R. Bonaquist

Field Validation and Parametric Study of a Thermal Crack Spacing Model
D. Timm, V. Voller

Development of an Overlay Design Model for Reflective Cracking with and without Steel Reinforcing Nettings
I. Al-Qadi, M. Elseifi, D. Leonard

Evaluation of Water Damage using Hot Mix Asphalt Fracture Mechanics
B. Birgisson, R. Roque, G. Page

Investigations on Bitumen Rejuvenator Diffusion and Structural Stability
R. Karlsson, U. Isacsson

Role of Adhesion and Thin Film Tackiness of Asphalt Binders in Moisture Damage of HMAK. Kanitpong, H. Bahia

Direct Tension Tests-A Useful Tool in Evaluation of the Low-Temperature Improvement in Air Blown Asphalt
S. Ho, L. Zanzotto, D. MacLeod

Investigation of the Use of Recycled Polymer Modified Asphalt Binder in Asphalt Concrete Pavements
L. Mohammad, Z. Wu, C. Abadi, W. Daly, C. Daranga

2004  Volume 73 

Mechanical Characterization of Combi-layer   M. van de Ven, A. Molenaar

The Need for Inducing Shear Instability to Obtain Relevant Parameters for HMA Rut-Resistance B. Birgisson, D. Darku, R. Roque, G. Page

Damage Evolution in Triaxial Compression Tests of HMA at High Temperatures L. Tashman, E. Masad, D. Little, R. Lytton

Effect of Binder and Mixture Variables on Glass Transition Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures K. Nam, H. Bahia

The Effect of Vertical Inhomogeneity on Compressive Properties of Asphalt Mixtures H. Azari, R. McCuen, K. Stuart

Performance-Based Pay Factors for Asphalt Concrete Construction; Comparison with a Currently Used Experience-Based Approach C. Monismith, L. Popescu, J. Harvey

In-Place Density Evaluation of Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) Mixes in Alabama M. Buchanan, J. Turner, J. Barton

Development and Field Evaluation of Energy-Based Criteria for Top-down Cracking Performance of Hot Mix Asphalt R. Roque, B. Birgisson, C. Drakos, B. Dietrich

Comparison of Aggregate Gradation and Mixture Physical Superpave Mixtures in Louisiana L. Mohammad, Z. Wu, A. Raghavendra, C. Abadie

Evaluation of Rutting Performance on the 2000 NCAT Test Track E.R. Brown, B. Prowell, A. Cooley, J. Zhang, R. Powell

Conceptual Performance Criteria for Asphalt Mixtures T. Pellinen

Simplifying the Hollow Cylinder Tensile Test Procedure though Volume-based Strain W. Buttlar, M. Wagoner, Z. You, S. Brovold

Evaluation of the Low Temperature Fracture Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Semi-Circular Bend Test X. Li, M. Marasteanu

The Virginia Smart Road: The Impact of Pavement Instrumentation on Understanding Pavement Performance I. Al-Qadi, A. Loulizi, M. Elseifi, S. Lahouar

Characterization of Aggregates and Asphalt Concrete Using X-ray Computerized Tomography L. Wang, H. Paul, T. Harman, J. D Angelo

Use of GPR for Thickness Measurement and Quality Control of Flexible Pavements I. Al-Qadi, S. Lahouar

A Really Simple Performance Test I. Oh, B. Coree

Fatigue Evaluation of Asphalt Mixtures Using Dissipated Energy and Viscoelastic Continuum Damage Approaches J. Daniel, W. Bisirri, Y. Kim

A Distinctive Fatigue Failure Criterion G. Al-Khateeb, A. Shenoy

Two-Stage Weibull Approach for Asphalt Concrete Fatigue Performance Prediction B. Tsai, J. Harvey, C. Monismith

An Investigation of the Applicability of Schapary’s Work Potential Model for Characterization of Asphalt Fatigue Behavior R. Lundstrom, U. Isacsson

A Study of Crack-Tip Deformation and Crack Growth in Asphalt Concrete Using Fracture Mechanics Y. Seo, Y. Kim, R. Schapery, M. Witczak, R. Bonaquist

Laboratory Evaluation of Secondary Aggregates in Bituminous Mixtures G. Airey, A. Collop, N. Thom, S. Zoorob, A. Shiratori

Preliminary Investigation of a Test Method to Evaluate Bond Strength of Bituminous Tack Coats G. Sholar, G. Page, J. Musselman, P. Upshaw, H. Moseley

Superpave Design Compaction Effort: Validity of Using Density at the End of Service Life as a Parameter to Define N-Design G. Huber, R.M. Anderson

Hot Mix Asphalt for Airfield Pavements Stanley M. Herrin

2005  Volume 74 

Field Validation of Macrotexture-Based Hot-Mix Asphalt Segregation Detection Methods   G. Flintsch, K. McGhee, E. de Leon

Determining Minimum Lift Thickness for Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) Mixtures   E. Brown, M. Hainin, L. Cooley, Jr.

Evaluating Wisconsin Warranty Projects: Before, During and After the Warranty E. Dukatz, Jr., S. Schwandt

Rational Fatigue Limits For Asphalt Binders Derived From Pavement Analysis    R. Delgadillo, H. Bahia

A Synthesis of Theories and Mechanisms of Bitumen­Aggregate Adhesion Including Recent Advances in Quantifying the Effects of Water A. Hefer, D. Little, R. Lytton

Development of SUPERPAVE High-Temperature Performance Grade (PG) Based on Rutting Damage   A. Mohseni, S. Carpenter, J. D'Angelo

Simple Method to Obtain Asphalt Binders Low Temperature Properties from Asphalt Mixtures Properties  A. Zofka, M. Marasteanu, X. Li, T. Clyne, J. McGraw

Polyphosphoric Acid Modified Asphalt: Proposed Mechanisms   G. Baumgardner, J. Masson, J. Hardee, A. Menapace, A. Williams

Combined Laboratory Ageing / Moisture Sensitivity Assessment of High Modulus Base Asphalt Mixtures   G. Airey, Y. Choi, A. Collop, A. Moore, R. Elliott

Relationship Between Triaxial Shear Strength and Indirect Tensile Strength of Hot Mix Asphalt T. Pellinen, S. Xiao

Field Evaluation of Witczak and Hirsch Models for Predicting Dynamic Modulus of Hot-Mix Asphalt   R. Dongre, L. Myers, J. D'Angelo, C. Paugh, J. Gudimettla

Overlay Tester: A Simple Performance Test for Thermal Reflective Cracking F. Zhou, T. Scullion

Rut Resistance and Volumetric Composition of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures  D. Christensen, Jr., R. Bonaquist

A Full-Scale Pavement Structural Study for Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design  A. Priest, D. Timm

A Practical Look at the Simple Performance Tests: Louisiana’s Experience L. Mohammad, Z. Wu, L. Myers, S. Cooper, C. Abadie

Verification for the Calibrated Permanent Deformation Models for the 2002 Design Guide   M. El-Basyouny, M. Witczak, S. El-Badawy

Verification of the Calibrated Fatigue Cracking Models for the 2002 Design Guide   M. El-Basyouny, M. Witczak, S. El-Badawy

Prediction and Calibration of Pavement Fatigue Performance Using Two-Stage Weibull Approach   B. Tsai, M. Bejarano, J. Harvey, C. Monismith

Influence of Asphalt Binder Properties on the Fatigue Performance of Asphalt Concrete Pavements  B. Tsai, C. Monismith

The “DBN” Model: A Thermo-Visco-Elasto-Plastic Approach for Pavement Behavior Modeling F. Olard, H. Di Benedetto

A Micromechanics-Based Approach for Determining Presence and Amount of Recycled Asphalt Pavement Material in Asphalt Concrete   W. Buttlar, E. Dave

Comprehensive Evaluation of Damage in Asphalt Mastics Using X-ray CT, Continuum Mechanics, and Micromechanics    I. Song, D. Little, E. Masad, R. Lytton

Effects of Tire Configurations on Pavement Damage   I. Al-Qadi, P. Yoo, M. Elseifi, I. Janajreh

Practical Application of Continuum Damage Theory to Fatigue/Phenomena in Asphalt Concrete Mixtures   D. Christensen, Jr., R. Bonaquist

Developments in Quiet HMA Pavements   J. Button, S. Brown

Tire/Pavement Noise Characteristics of HMA Pavements   D. Hanson, P. Donavon, R. James

Quiet Pavement Scan and Implementation Activities   M. Swanlund

Low-Noise Road Surfaces: European State Of The Art   G. Descornet

Noise-Reducing Pavements for Highways and Urban Roads - State of the Art in Denmark   H. Bendtsen, B. Andersen

Tire/Pavement Noise Intensity Testing in Europe: The NITE Study and Its Relationship to Ongoing Caltrans Quiet Pavement Activities    B. Rymer, P. Donavon

2006  Volume 75 

Development of Hot Mix Asphalt Performance Criteria for Indiana……………………………………. 1 
Tehri Pellinen, Shangzhi Xiao

Evaluation of Potential Processes for Warm Mix
Asphalt………………………………………………… 41 
Graham Hurley, Brian Prowell

Compactability and Performance of Superpave Mixtures with Aggregate Structures Designed Using Bailey Method 91
Louay Mohammad, Sam Cooper, Zhong Wu, Khalid Al Shamsi
, Chris Abadie

Diffusion Kinetics of Bitumen into Waste Tyre Rubber ……………… 133
Ignacio Artamendi, Hussain Khalid

Selection of Binder Performance Indicators for Asphalt Rutting Based on Triaxial and Wheel Tracking………………………………… 165 
Hilde Soenen, Joelle De Visscher, Tine Tanghe, Ann Vanelstraete,
Per Redelius

Evaluation of the Direct Tension Test and Critical Cracking Temperatures for Asphalt Binders in Kentucky…………………….. 203
R. Michael Anderson, Michael Huner

Quality Acceptance Plan for PG Graded Asphalt Binders …………… 239
David Anderson, Vikas Thakar, Charles Antle

Chemical and Rheological Characterization of Wet and Dry Aging of SBS Copolymer Modified Asphalt Cements: Field and Laboratory Evaluation …………………………………. 267
Louay Mohammad, Ioan Negulescu, William Daly, Chris Abadie, Codrin Daranga, Ionela Glover, Rafael Cueto

The Effects of the Testing History and Preparation Method on the Superpave Simple Performance Test………………………… 297
Christopher Robinette, R. Christopher Williams

An Examination of Strain Levels Used in the Dynamic Modulus Testing………………………………………….. 321 
Nan Tram, Kevin Hall

Simple Performance Test for Moisture Damage Prediction Asphalt Concrete…………………………………. 345
Mansour Solaimanian, David Fedor, Ramon Bonaquist,
Ali Soltani, Vivek Tandon

Development of a New Revised Version of the Witczak E* Predictive Model for Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures ……………… 381
Javed Bari, Matthew Witczak

Effect of Design and Site Factors on Structural Rutting of Flexible Pavements in the LTPP SPS-1 Experiment …………… 425
Syed Waqar Haider, Karim Chatti

Application of the Calibrated Mechanistic Approach Surface Energy (CMSE) Measurements for Fatigue Characterization of Asphalt Mixtures……………………………. 457
Amy Epps Martin, Lubinda Walubita, Charles Glover, Sung Jung, Gregory Cleveland, Robert Lytton, Eun Sug Park

Mechanistic Model for Reflective Cracking in AC Overlays……………………………………………………….. 491
Rongzong Wu, John Harvey, Carl Monismith

Mechanistic Modeling of Permanent Deformation in Asphalt with The Effect Of Aggregate Characteristics …………….. 535
Eyad Masad, Dallas Little, Samer Dessouky

Characterization and Performance Prediction of ALF Mixtures Using a Viscoelastoplastic Continuum Damage Model 577
Benjamin Underwood, Y. Richard Kim, Murthy Guddati

Effects of Viscoelastic Stress Redistribution on the Cracking Performance of Asphalt Pavements……………. 637 
Jianlin Wang, Bjorn Birgisson, Reynaldo Roque

Compressive Deformation Behaviour of Asphalt Mixtures…….. 677
Andrew Collop, E.A. Ossa, H. Taherkani

Characterization of HMA Moisture Damage Using Surface Energy and Fracture Properties…………………. 713
Eyad Masad , Corey Zollinger , Rifat Bulut, Dallas Little, Robert Lytton

Simple Testing Method to Evaluate Fatigue Fracture Damage Performance of Asphalt Mixtures …………………… 755
Yongrak Kim, Hyunjong Lee, Dallas Little, Y. Richard Kim

Identification and Assessment of the Dominant Aggregate Size Range (DASR) of Asphalt Mixture………… 789
Sungho Kim, Reynaldo Roque, Bjorn Birgisson, Alvaro Guarin

Laboratory Testing Suite for Characterization of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Obtained from Field Cores 815
Michael Wagoner, William Buttlar, Glaucio Paulino, Philip Blankenship

Symposium – Asphalt Concrete Quality Management with PWL* Primer on Percent Within Limits (PWL) 853
Charles Hughes

Percent Within Limits (PWL) as Part of Federal Highway Administrations Quality Initiatives 867
Matthew Corrigan

Implementation of PWL by the Florida DOT 877
Gregory Sholar, Jim Musselman, Gale Page
, Howard Moseley 

Performance Specifications without PWL: Counter Point of View 893
Carl Monismith, Lorina Popescu

Experience with PWL on Warranty Project(s) 923
James Schmidt

Contractor's Perspective on the PWL Challenge 955
Adam Hand

Validation of the Essential Work of Fracture Approach to Fatigue Grading of Asphalt Binders
Adrian Andriescu, Nelson Gibson, Simon Hesp, Xicheng Qi, John Youtcheff

Performance of Porous Asphalt Concrete
A.A.A. Molenaar, A.J.J. Meerkerk , M. Miradi and T. van der Steen

Quantitative Determination and Effect of Prolonged Heating on Amine-Based Antistrip Additive Contents in Asphalt Binders and Mixes
Chun Chen, Akhtarhusein A. Tayebali, Detlef R. U. Knappe

New Approaches for Computing Film Thickness
Michael Heitzman

Rutting Behavior of NCAT Pavement Test Track Superpave Asphalt Mixes Analyzed for Aggregate Morphology Effects
Tongyan Pan, Erol Tutumluer, Samuel Carpenter

Hot Mix Asphalt Moisture Sensitivity Testing Revisited
Sunghwan Kim, Brian J. Coree

Laboratory Investigation into Electrically Conductive HMA Mixtures
Baoshan Huang, Jingyao Cao, Xingwei Chen, Xiang Shu, Wenbin He

A New Simplistic Model for Dynamic Modulus Predictions of Asphalt Paving Mixtures
Ghazi Al-Khateeb, Aroon Shenoy, Nelson Gibson, Thomas Harman

Rut Depth Estimation for Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Using Simple Shear Test Results
Carl L. Monismith, Lorina Popescu, John Harvey


2007  Volume 76 

Infrared Imaging and Ground-Penetrating Radar as Quality Assurance Tools for Hot Mix Paving in Texas……………………………………. 1
Stephen Sebesta, Tom Scullion

Application of Digital Image Analysis to Measure Hot Mix Asphalt Uniformity………………………………………………… 41
Edgar de Leon, Gerardo Flintsch

Direct Effects of Thermal Cracks on Pavement Roughness ……….. 59
Abraham Bae, Shelley Stoffels, Timothy Clyne, Benjamin Wood, Ghassan Chehab

Development of Crack Sealant Bending Beam Rheometer (CSBBR) Testing to Characterize Hot-Poured Bituminous Crack Sealant at Low Temperature ……………… 85
Imad Al-Qadi, Shih-Hsien Yang, Samer Dessouky, Jean Francois Masson

Revision of the Superpave High Temperature Binder Specification: The Multiple Stress Creep Recovery Test………………………………… 123
John D’Angelo, Robert Kluttz, Raj Dongre, Keith Stephens, Ludo Zanzotto

Evaluation of the Interaction Effects between Asphalt Binder and Fillers Using a Moisture Susceptibility Test…………………….. 163
Andrea Kvasnak, R. Christopher Williams

Reducing Stiffness of Oxidized Binder in Recycled Asphalt Mixture by Stage Mixing …………… 201
Kwang Kim, Serji Amirkhanian, Young S. Doh

Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Hot Mix Asphalt …………………… 235
Jim McGraw, Adam Zofka, Dan Krivit, Joe Schroer, Roger Olson, Mihai Marasteanu

A New Blister Test to Measure Bond Strength of Asphaltic Materials………………………… 275
Eli Fini, Imad Al-Qadi, Jean Francois Masson

Determination of Fundamental Tensile Failure Limits of Mixtures………………………………………….. 303
Bjorn Birgisson, Antonio Montepara, Elena Romeo, Reynaldo Roque, Riccardo Roncella, Gabriele Tebaldi

Comparison between Binder and Hot Mix Asphalt Properties and Early Top-Down Wheel Path Cracking in a Northern Ontario Pavement Trial…………………………………. 345
Thomas Bodley, Adrian Andriescu, Simon Hesp, Kai Tam

Influence of Specimen Size on Fracture Energy of Asphalt Concrete ……… 391
Michael, Wagoner, William Buttlar

Study of Low Temperature Cracking in Asphalt Mixtures Using Mechanical Testing and Acoustic Emission Methods …………… 427
Xinjun Li, Mihai Marasteanu

Linear Viscoelastic Properties of Bituminous Materials from Bonders to Mastics……………………………. 455
Brice Delaporte, Herve Di Benedetto, Pierre Chaverot, Gilles Gauthier

Three Dimensional Elasto-Visco-Plastic Finite Element Model for Combined Physical-Mechanical Moisture Induced Damage in Asphaltic Mixes……………………………………………………….. 495
Niki Kringos, Tom Scarpas, Cor Kasbergen

Development of an Asphalt Fatigue Model Based on Energy Principles …… 525
Shihui Shen, Samuel Carpenter

The Use of Asphalt Mixture Stiffness Predictive Models ………. 575
Tehri Pellinen, Adam Zofka, Mihai Marasteanu, Noa Funk

Development of Verification of the Overlay Tester Based Fatigue Cracking Prediction Approach……………. 627
Fujie Zhou, Shen Hu, Tom Scullion, Dar-Hao Chen, Xicheng Qi, German Claros

Surface Tangential Contact Stresses Effect on Flexible Pavement Response.. 663
Imad Al-Qadi, Pyeong Jun Yoo

Calibration of Fatigue Surface Cracking Using Simplified Recursive Miner’s Law…………………. 693
Bor-Wen Tsai, John Harvey, Carl Monismith, Manuel Bejarano

Mechanistic Performance Analyses of the FHWA’s ALF Pavements……… 737
Ghazi Al-Khateeb, Aroon Shenoy, Nelson Gibson

Verification of the N Design Levels………… 771
Brian Prowell, E.R. Brown

A Balanced HMA Mix Design Procedure for Overlays…….. 823
Fujie Zhou, Hu Sheng, Tom Scullion, Magdy Mikhail, Lubinda Walubita

Feasibility for the Use of Non-Contact Ultrasound for Application in Asphalt Concrete Materials ………………………………. 851
Michael Dunning, Moses Karakouzian, Robert Dunning

Comparative Study of the Mechanical Properties of HMA Mixture: Field vs. Laboratory…………………………. 887
Louay Mohammad, Shadi Saadeh, Zhang Chenggang, Sam Cooper, Chris Abadie, Jamal Kattak

Nondestructive Measurements of Moisture Transport in Asphalt Mixtures….. 919
Eyad Masad, Edit Arambula, Richard Ketcham, Ala Abbas, Amy Epps Martin

Hot-Mix Asphalt Permeability and Porosity …………………… 953
John Haddock, Eliana Vivar


2008   Volume 77 

Technical Sessions
Worldwide State of Practice on the Use of Tack Coats: A Survey…….. 1
Louay Mohammad, Shadi Saadeh, Yan Qi, Joe Button, Jim Scherocman

Development of a Laboratory Procedure to Evaluate the Influence ……. 35
of Aggregate Type and Mixture Proportions on the Frictional Characteristics of Flexible Pavements
Karol J. Kowalski, Rebecca S. McDaniel, Jan Olek

Dry and Soaked Laboratory Tests for Foamed Asphalt Mixes …………. 71
Pengcheng Fu, David Jones, John T. Harvey, and Syed A. Bukhari

A Modified Direct Tension Test (DTT) for Bituminous Crack Sealant Characterization at Low Temperature ………………. 107
Sheh-HseinYang, Imad L. Al-Qadi, and Jean-Franηois Masson

Evaluation of Construction Techniques for Longitundinal Joints in HMA Pavements …………………. 143
Peter E. Sebaaly, George Fernandez, Bill Hoffman

Relationships between Laboratory Measured Characteristics of HMA and Field Compactability …………………. 183
Fabricio Leiva, Randy C. West

Layer Characteristics Affecting Interlayer Shear Resistance in Flexible Pavements …………………… 221
F.A. Santagata, M.N. Partl, G. Ferrotti, F. Canestrari, A. Flisch

Influence of Field Compaction Pattern on Asphalt Pavement Uniformity …… 257
Emad Kassem, Eyad Masad, Arif Chowdhury, German Claros

Evaluation of Superpave Construction Quality on Low Volume Roads…….. 299
Scott Schram, Magdy Abdelrahman

A Laboratory Investigation of Temperature Profiles and Thermal Properties of Asphalt Pavements with Different Subsurface Layers………… 327
Bao-Liang Chen, Laura Rockett, Rajib B. Mallick

Properties of Fillers: Relationship with Laboratory Performance in Hot Mix Asphalt ………………………… 361
Stefan Vansteenkiste, Ann Vanelstraete

Conventional and Viscoelastic Continuum Damage (VECD) -Based Fatigue Analysis of Polymer Modified Asphalt Pavements …………………… 395
M. Emin Kutay, Nelson Gibson, Jack Youtcheff

Determination of Moisture Susceptibility of Mastic-Stone Bond Strength and Comparison to Thermodynamical Properties ……………….. 435
N.Kringos, A.Scarpas, A. de Bondt

Deformation Characterisation of Asphalt Concrete Behaviour …………… 479
J.R.A. Grenfel, H. Taherkhani, A.C. Collop, G.D. Airey, A. Scarpas

Investigation of Cracking Behavior of Antioxidant-Modified Asphalt Mixtures ………….. 517
Alex K. Apeagyei, William G. Buttlar, Barry J. Dempsey

The Truth and Myth of Fatigue Cracking Potential in Hot-Mix Asphalt: Numerical Analysis and Validation ……………... 549
Pyeong Jun Yoo, Imad L. Al-Qadi

Calibration of Mechanistic-Empirical Models for Flexible Pavements Using the WesTrack Experiment ………………. 591
P. Ullidtz, J.T. Harvey, B-W. Tsai and C.L. Monismith

Integration of Thermal Fracture in the HMA Fracture Model …………... 631
Jaeseung Kim, Reynaldo Roque, and Bjorn Birgisson

Consideration of HMA Resilient Modulus (Mr) for M-E Pavement Design and Analysis ……………….. 663
Sheng Hu, Fujie Zhou, Xiaodi Hu, Tom Scullion, Xicheng Qi, Lubinda F. Walubita, German Claros

Effect of Cooling Rate on Thermal Cracking of Asphalt Concrete Pavements …………………… 709
Alex K. Apeagyei, Eshan V. Dave, and William G. Buttlar

Frequency Determination from Vehicular Loading Time Pulse to Predict Appropriate Complex Modulus in MEPDG ……………………. 739
Imad L. Al-Qadi, Wei Xie, Mostafa A. Elseifi

Laboratory Investigation of Acetate-Based Deicing/Anti-Icing Agents Deteriorating Airfield Asphalt Concrete ……………………. 773
Tongyan Pan, Xiaodong He, Xianming Shi

Physical Aging in Semi-Crystalline Asphalt Binders ……………………. 795
Pavel Kriz, Jiri Stastna, and Ludo Zanzotto

Interfacial Fracture Energy: An Indicator of Bituminous Material Adhesion ……………………. 827
E. H. Fini, I. L. Al-Qadi, J-F. Masson, K. K. McGhee

Experimental Investigation on the Fatigue Damage Behaviour of Modified Bituminous Binders and Mastics ……………………… 851
Ezio Santagata, Orazio Baglieri, Davide Dalmazzo

Effect of Mineral Filler on Damage Resistance Characteristics of Asphalt Binders ……………………… 885
Ahmed Faheem, Haifang Wen, Lawrence Stephenson, Hussain Bahia

A New Unified High Temperature Performance Grading Equation for Modified and Unmodified Asphalt Binders …………….. 909
Jung Do Huh, Tae Jun Jung

Symposium – Implementation of the MEPDG ……... 933
*Local Calibration of MEPDG - An Overview of Selected Studies …………. 935
Harold L. Von Quintus

*Local Calibration of the MEPDG for HMA Pavements in Missouri ………. 975
John Donahue, P.E.

*The Challenges to Innovation with the MEPDG - Case Study: Cold Recycled Mixtures ………….. 985
Richard W. May

Using Permanent Deformation Tests and the MEPDG to Quantify Permanent Deformation Improvements from Modified Binders …………… 1005
Adrian R. Archilla, Letizia de Lannoy Kobayashi, Luis G. Diaz

*Roadmap for Future Research on the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide ………………1037   
Stephen F. Brown

2009  Volume 78 

Technical Sessions

Evaluation of AASHTO Rut Test Procedure Using the
Asphalt Pavement Analyzer
Nam Tran, Randy West, Buzz Powell, Andrea Kvasnak………………………........1

Multiaxial Strain Response of Asphalt Concrete Measured
During Flow Number Simple Performance Test
Nelson Gibson, Muhammed Kutay, Dan Keramat, Jack Youtcheff ……………….23

Constructing the Dynamic Modulus Mastercurve Using
Impact Resonance Testing
Andrew LaCroix, Y. Richard Kim, Maryam Sakhaei Far ………………………….61

Performance Evaluation of Chip Seals with
Polymer-Modified Emulsions
Youngsoo Kim, Jaejun Lee  ………………………………………………………..93

A New Laboratory Test for Predicting Very Early
Chip Seal Performance
Scott Shuler, Anthony Lord ………………………………………………………123

Effects of Temperature and Compaction Effort on
Field and Lab Densification of HMA
Robert Schmitt, Carl Johnson, Hussain Bahia, Andrew Hanz ……………………155

A Laboratory Study on Reduction of the Heat Island
Effect of Asphalt Pavements
Rajib Mallick, Bao-Liang  Chen, Sankha Bhowmick  …………………………….189

Interface Shear Strength Characteristics of Emulsified Tack Coats
Louay Mohammad, Abraham Bae, Mostafa Elseifi,
Joe Button, James Scherocman……………………………………………………..225

Microstructural and Micromechanical Properties of Field and
Lab-Compacted Asphalt Mixtures
Zhanping You  …………………………………………………………………….253

Evaluation of RAP Impact on Hot-Mix-Asphalt Design and Performance
Hasan Ozer, Imad Al-Qadi, Samuel Carpenter, Qazi Aurangzeb,
Geoffrey Roberts, James Trepanier  ……………………………………………….281

Sensitivity of RAP Binder Grade on Performance
Prediction in the MEPDG
Jo Daniel, Ghassan Chehab, Dinesh Ayyala  ………………………………………313

Analysis of HMA Fatigue Data Using The Concepts of
Reduced Loading Cycles and Endurance Limit
Donald Christensen, Ray Bonaquist  …………………………………………..335

The Effect of Long Term Laboratory Aging on Asphalt
Concrete Fracture Energy
Andrew Braham, William Buttlar, Timothy Clyne,
Mihai Marasteanu, Mugurel Turos  ……………………………………………371

Chemistry and Effects of Polyphosphoric Acid on the
Microstructure, Molecular Mass and Glass
Transition Temperatures of Asphalts
J-F Masson, Peter Collins, John Woods, Sladjana Bundalo-Perc,
Jim Margeson  …………………………………………………………………403

Performance Based Specification Guidelines for the
Selection of Bituminous-Based Hot-Poured Crack Sealants
Imad Al-Qadi, Shih-Hsien Yang, Elham Fini,
J-F Masson, Kevin McGhee  ………………………………………………….433

Characterization of Asphalt Binder Resistance to Permanent
Deformation Based on Nonlinear Viscoelastic Analysis of
Multiple Stress Creep Recovery (MSCR) Test
Eyad Masad, Chien-Wei Huang  ……………………………………………….471

Rheological and Chemical Investigation on the Damage
 and Healing Properties of Bituminous Binders
Ezio Santagata, Orazio Baglieri, Davide Dalmazzo, Lucia Tsantilis  ………….501

Practical Application of Viscoelastic Continuum Damage
 Theory to Asphalt Binder Fatigue Characterization
Carl Johnson, Hussain Bahia, Haifang Wen  …………………………………...529

Modeling of Asphalt Mixture Laboratory and Field Compaction Using a
Thermodynamics Framework
Eyad Masad, Saradhi Koneru, Kumbanokam Rajagopal,
Tom Scarpas, Cor Kasbergen  ………………………………………………….569

Conceptual Phenomenological Model for Interaction of Asphalt Binders with Mineral Fillers
Ahmed Faheem  …………………………………………………………………607

Perpetual Pavement Responses under Various
 Tire Configurations: Accelerated Pavement Testing
 and Finite Element Modeling
Imad Al-Qadi, Hao Wang   ………………………………………………………645

An Evaluation of the Effects of Nonlinear Load-Strain
Behavior on MEPDG Analysis of Flexible Pavements
Senthilmurugan Thyagarajan, Nadarajah Sivaneswaran,
Balasingam Muhunthan, Katherine Petros  ……………………………………...681

Reflective Cracking: Modeling Fracture Behavior of Hot-Mix
Asphalt Overlays with Interlayer Systems
Jongeun Baek, Imad Al-Qadi  ………………………………………………….707

Response and Fatigue Performance Modeling of ALF Pavements
 Using 3-D Finite Element Analysis and a Simplified Viscoelastic
Continuum Damage Model
B. Shane Underwood, Youngsoo Kim, Murthy Guddati,
Senganal Thirunavukkarasu, Siddarth Savadatti  ……………………………..743

SYMPOSIUM – The Ideal Asphalt Pavement

*Materials Selection and Construction of the Ideal Asphalt Pavement
Adam J.T. Hand   ………………………………………………………………777

*The Ideal Asphalt Pavement: Design
Carl L. Monismith, John T. Harvey  …………………………………………..807

*Performance Characteristics of the Ideal Asphalt Pavement
Harold L. Von Quintus  ………………………………………………………..841

*The Economics of “The Ideal Asphalt Pavements”
Carlos Rosenberger  …………………………………………………………...867

2010   Volume 79 

Technical Sessions

Evaluation of Rigden Fractional Voids Test Method and the Relation to Mastic Viscosity
Ahmed F. Faheem, Hussain U. Bahia, Shih-Hsien Yang, and Imad Al-Qadi ………..1

Fatigue Performance Prediction of North Carolina Mixtures Using the Simplified Viscoelastic Continuum Damage Model
Tian Hou, B. Shane Underwood, Y. Richard Kim ………………………………….35

Relationship Between Ideal and Practical Work of Fracture: Background and Experimental Results
Eyad Masad, Jonathan Howson, Amit Bhasin, Silvia Caro, and Dallas Little………..81

Investigation of Strain Tolerant Mixture Reflective Crack Relief Systems: An Integrated Approach
Eshan V. Dave, Sarfraz Ahmed, William G. Buttlar, Jason Bausano, Todd Lynn ….119

Asphalt Concrete Cracking Device to Evaluate Low Temperature Performance of HMA
Sang-Soo Kim, Andrew Warg, and David Power……………………………………157

The Use of Volume Increase Ratio on Dense-Graded Mixtures
Gary O. Thompson…………………………………………………………………...189

Probabilistic Modeling of the Effect of Air Voids on the Mechanical Performance of Asphalt Mixtures Subjected to Moisture Diffusion
Silvia Caro, Eyad Masad, Amit Bhasin, Dallas Little, Mauricio Sanchez-Silva…….221

Characteristics of the Loading Pulse for the Flow Number Performance Test
Elie Y. Hajj, Alvaro Ulloa, Raj Siddharthan, Peter E. Sebaaly………………………253

Evaluation of Bending Beam Rheometer for Characterization of Asphalt Mixtures
Raul Velasquez, Mihai Marasteanu, Joseph Labuz, and Mugurel Turos ……………295

Developing Master Curve Predictive Equation Models for Local Conditions: A Case Study for Hawaii
Adrian R. Archilla……………………………………………………………………325

Mechanistic Design of Silent Asphalt Mixtures and its Validation
M. Huurman, L.T. Mo, M.F. Woldekidan……………………………………………365

Laboratory Evaluation of Sulfur-Modified Warm Mix …………………………403
Adam Taylor, Nam Tran, Richard May, David Timm, Mary Robbins, Buzz Powell

Fracture Properties of Gap & Dense Graded Thin Bonded Overlays
Sarfraz Ahmed, Eshan V. Dave, William G. Buttlar, and Marvin K Exline …….443

Estimating Allowable RAP in Asphalt Mixes to Meet Target Low Temperature PG Requirements
Tao Ma, Hussain U. Bahia, Enad Mahmoud , Eli Y. Hajj………………………..473

Laboratory Investigation of HMA Modulus, Flow and Flexural Fatigue on Samples of Varying Density
Phillip B. Blankenship, R. Michael Anderson……………………………………497

Endurance Limit of Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures to Prevent Bottom-Up Fatigue Cracking
Brian D. Prowell, E. Ray Brown, R. Michael Anderson, Shihui Shen,
Samuel H. Carpenter ……………………………………………………………519

Development of Stochastic Perpetual Pavement Design Criteria
J. Richard Willis, David H. Timm ………………………………………………..561

Advanced Asphalt Overlay Thickness Design and Analysis System
Fujie Zhou, Sheng Hu, and Tom Scullion…………………………………………597

Statistical Analysis of Critical Input Parameters in Mechanistic Empirical Pavement Design Guide
Senthilmurugan Thyagarajan, Nadarajah Sivaneswaran, Balasingam Muhunthan and Katherine Petros……………………………………………………………………635

SYMPOSIUM – Polyphosphoric Acid Modification
Why and How of Polyphosphoric Acid Modification –
An Industry Perspective
Gaylon Baumgardner …………………………………………………………….663

Effect of Poly Phosphoric Acid on Asphalt Binder Properties
John D’Angelo …………………………………………………………………..679

Analytical Procedures for Determining Phosphorus Content in Asphalt Binders and Impact of Aggregate on Quantitative Recovery of Phosphorus from Asphalt Binders
Gerry Reinke, Stacey Glidden …………………………………………………..695

PPA Modified Binders and Mixtures:
Aggregate and Binder Interactions, Rutting and Moisture Sensitivity of Mixtures
Gerald Reinke, Stacy Glidden, Doug Herlitzka, Scott Veglahn …………………719

Polyphosphoric Acid Binder Modification
Enrique Romagosa, Rene Maldonado, Darrell Fee,
Raj Dongrι, Gerald Reinke ………………………………………………………743

Polyphosphoric Acid in Combination with Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Block Copolymer – Laboratory Mixture Evaluation
Thomas Bennert, Jean-Valery Martin ……………………………………….....773

Case Study: Implementation of Polyphosphoric Acid Modification of Asphalt Binders and Related Experience
Robert McGennis ………………………………………………………………793

2011  Volume 80 

Technical Sessions

Practical Implementation of Intelligent Compaction Technology in Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements

Mechanistic Characterization of Aggregate Packing to Assess Gyration Levels During HMA Mix Design

Effect on Dynamic Modulus Measurement Protocol on Predicted Pavement Performance

Evaluation of the MEPDG Using Asphalt Material Inputs Obtained from Plant Mix

Correlating Laboratory Fatigue Endurance Limits to Field-Measured Strains

The Role of Fillers on Cracking Behavior of Mastics and Asphalt Mixtures

Low Temperature Fracture Evaluation of Asphalt Mixtures Using Mechanical Testing and Acoustic Emissions Techniques

Laboratory Evaluation of Asphalt Mixtures Containing Sustainable Technologies

Top-Down Cracking: Enhanced Performance Model and Improved Understanding of Mechanisms

Prediction of Tire Pavement Contact Stresses and Analysis of Asphalt Pavement Responses: A Decoupled Approach
IMAD L. AL-QADI and HAO WANG ...... 289

Uniaxial Nonlinear Viscoelastic Constitutive Model for Asphalt Concrete

RAP or RAS? The Differences in Performance of HMA Containing Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement and Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles

Laboratory Evaluation of Field Produced Hot Mix Asphalt Containing Post-Consumer Recycled Asphalt Shingles and Fractionated Recycled Asphalt Pavement

Performance of High RAP-WMA Surface Mixtures

Impacts of WMA Production Temperatures on Binder Aging and Mixture Flow Number

Moisture Damage Characteristics of Warm Mix Asphalt Mixtures

Effect of Oxidative Aging on Binder Fatigue Performance

Analogical Based Approach to Forward and Inverse Problems for Asphalt Materials Characterization at Low Temperatures

Low Temperature Cracking Characterization of Asphalt Binders by Means of the Single-Edge Notch Bending (SENB) Test

Evaluation of the Relationship between Asphalt Binder Properties and Non-Load Related Cracking


Performance Evaluation of Terminal Blend Tire Rubber HMA
and WMA Mixtures—Case Studies

Evaluation of French High Modulus Asphalt (EME) in Pavement Structural Design (MEPDG)

Implementation of Performance-Based HMA Specialty Mixtures in New Jersey

2012 Volume 81


Laboratory and Field Evaluation of Sustainable Photocatalytic Asphalt Pavements

Renewable Fuel Co-Products—Potential Uses in Asphalt

Rutting Characterization of Warm Mix Asphalt and High RAP Mixtures

Evaluation of Laboratory Coating and Compaction Procedures for Cold Mix Asphalt

Internal Structure Characterization of Asphalt Mixtures for Rutting Performance Using Imaging Analysis

Characterizing Viscoelastic Properties of Asphalt Mixtures Utilizing Loaded Wheel Tester (LWT)

Effects of Interface Condition Characteristics on Open-Graded Friction Course Top-Down Cracking Performance
Y. CHEN, G. TEBALDI, R. ROQUE, G. LOPP and Y. SU . . . 167

Development of Fracture Energy Based Interface Bond Test for Asphalt Concrete

Investigation of Size Effect in Asphalt Mixture Fracture Testing at Low Temperature

Modeling of Fatigue Damage Functions for Hot Mix Asphalt and Application to Surface Cracking

Modeling and Evaluation of the Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures Using the Semi-Circular Bending Test at Intermediate Temperatures

Predictive Relationships for HMA Fracture Properties Based on Mixture Component Characteristics
S. CHUN, J. ZOU, R. ROQUE and G. LOPP . . . 303

Measured and Predicted Performance Impacts from Reduced Design Gyrations

Effects of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Content and Virgin Binder Grade on Properties of Plant Produced Mixtures

Performance Characteristics of Plant-Produced High RAP Mixtures

Recommendations for the Characterization of RAP Aggregate Properties Using Traditional Testing and Mixture Volumetrics

Successful High RAP Mixes Designed with Balanced Rutting and Cracking Requirements

Laboratory Evaluation of Asphalt Mixtures Containing Dry Added Ground Tire Rubber and a Processing Aid

The Effect of Loose Mix Aging on the Performance of Warm Mix Asphalt

GB5 Mix Design: High-Performance and Cost-Effective Asphalt Concretes by Use of Gap-Graded Curves and SBS Modified Bitumens

Laboratory Evaluation of High Polymer Plant-Produced Mixtures

Relationship between Bond Energy and Total Work of Fracture for Asphalt Binder-Aggregate Systems

Measuring Physico-Chemical Interaction in Mastics Using Glass Transition

Development of a Compact Laboratory Aging Procedure for Asphalt Binders

Delayed Mechanical Response in Modified Asphalt Binders Characteristics, Modeling and Engineering Implications


Recent Advances in Production Facilities
BOB FRANK . . . 751

Production and Construction of HMA and WMA: How to Get a Laboratory Mix Design to Work Through the Plant
JOHN VICTORY . . . 755

Layer Thickness, Compaction Temperatures, and Achieving Density

Best Practices for Specifying and Constructing HMA Longitudinal Joints

Milling and Paving Operations for Smoothness and Uniformity
JEFF ENSELL. . . 769


Evolution and Direction of Asphalt Specifications and Research in Latin America

Asphalt Technology in Chile: Leading Research and Practice

Asphalt Specifications and Research Challenges in Colombia
SILVIA CARO. . . 797

Advances in Asphalt Research and Specifications in Central America—Costa Rica