Date: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Time: 12:00PM EST
Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
Price: $50 (registration required)
PDH: (1.5 hrs., 1.5 PDHs)
Dr. David Anderson
Dr. Geoffrey Rowe
Unlike most civil engineering materials, such as steel or portland cement concrete, the mechanical properties of asphalt binders and mixtures are dependent upon several factors including aging and conditioning time, loading time and temperature, and stress level. It is necessary to have a basic understanding of the effects of these factors on mechanical propertiesof asphalt materials and pavement performance in order to fully understand the specifications for asphalt materials. During this webinar important fundamental mechanical properties such as creep compliance, dynamic modulus, phase angle, and fracture properties will be discussed. Their role in determining pavement performance and the manner in which they are affected by the factors described above will be demonstrated. This introductory webinar is intended for technicians, engineers, and sales personnel working in the asphalt industry. Basic concepts are introduced without extensive technical jargon and mathematical complexity.
At $50, this introductory webinar is intended for technicians, engineers, and sales personnel working in the asphalt industry. Basic concepts are introduced without extensive technical jargon and mathematical complexity.
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