Epoxy Asphalt Concrete for Airfield Pavements

by W. C. Simpson,
H. J. Sommer,
R. L. Griffin,
T. K. Miles,

Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1961, Vol. 126, Issue 4, Pg. 156-170

Document Type: Journal Paper


Epoxy asphalt concrete is suited for heavy loads, high temperature and velocity blast, and fuel spillage; it is combination of graded mineral aggregate and EPON asphalt binder; conventional hot mix asphalt plants and paving equipment are used in its production; material has Marshall stability of 20,000 lb and withstands tire pressure of 1000 psi and temperatures of 800 F.

Subject Headings: Asphalt pavements | Asphalt concrete | Concrete pavements | Airport and airfield pavements | Concrete | Epoxy | Synthetic materials | Temperature effects

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