Understanding the MSCR Test and its Use in the PG Asphalt Binder Specification
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This webinar is presented to provide the participant with an understanding of the multiple-stress creep-recovery (MSCR) test, described in AASHTO TP70, and its use in asphalt binder specifications – particularly as used in AASHTO MP19. The presentation will include the following:
- Background into the Development of the MSCR Test
- SHRP and post-SHRP Research
- Relationship Between G*/sin d and Rutting Performance
- Relationship Between J nr and Rutting Performance
- Performing the MSCR Test
- Conducting the Test
- What Are Appropriate Test Temperatures?
- Measurement Parameters: Jnr, Recovery, and Stress Sensitivity
- How J nr is Used
- What is Recovery and How is it Used?
- What is the Stress Sensitivity Ratio?
- Use of the MSCR in Performance-Graded Asphalt Binder Specification
The webinar is presented by the Asphalt Institute in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration through DTFH61-08-H-00030.
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R. Michael Anderson, P.E.
Director of Research and Laboratory Services Asphalt Institute
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