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“…The knowledge of asphalt composition will provide some useful guide in product blending. The linearity of the plots of asphaltene content and softening point show that the hardness of the asphalt can be improved practically not only by blending hard and soft asphalt grades but by appropriately altering the contents of asphaltenes and oils (Madrid et al, 2000). The different plots of asphalt indices can also be used to determine the type of blends required.…”
Section: Asphalt Blendingmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…The knowledge of asphalt composition will provide some useful guide in product blending. The linearity of the plots of asphaltene content and softening point show that the hardness of the asphalt can be improved practically not only by blending hard and soft asphalt grades but by appropriately altering the contents of asphaltenes and oils (Madrid et al, 2000). The different plots of asphalt indices can also be used to determine the type of blends required.…”
Section: Asphalt Blendingmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…It is characteristic of asphalts in paving mixtures of all types, to change in composition with time (Madrid et al, 2000;Yang et al, 2003;Gawel and Baginska, 2004). This process, referred to as aging, is generally a gradual one with the rate and degree of change dependent on the original chemical composition of the asphalt, its environmental conditions, and length of exposure to weathering.…”
Section: Asphalt Rejuvenatingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It consists of two fractions, heavy oils and resins [2-6, [12][13][14][15][16][17][18]. These oils are the liquid part of the asphalt and consist of normal-, iso-and cyclo-paraffins and condensed naphthenes with some alkyl aromatics.…”
Section: Heavy Oilsmentioning
confidence: 99%