Most asphalt pavement design methodologies assume pavements as monolithic structures composed of multiple layers to transfer the traffic loads on the surface to the bottom layers. However, this assumption is compromised when the pavement layers are not fully bonded.
NCHRP Web-Only Document 381: Developing Laboratory Methods and Specification Language to Test Tack Coat Materials, from TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program, seeks to develop draft specification language for a detailed procedure to select tack coats in terms of bonding, durability, and tracking performance in the field.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Developing Laboratory Methods and Specification Language to Test Tack Coat Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/27394.
|Chapter 1. Background||1-3|
|Chapter 2. Research Approach||4-30|
|Chapter 3. Phase II Work Plan||31-44|
|Chapter 4. Results and Findings from Phase II Work Plan||45-100|
|Chapter 5. Conclusion||101-104|
|Appendix A: List of Figures||111-120|
|Appendix B: List of Tables||121-166|
|Appendix C: Proposed Specification Language in AASHTO Format||167-167|
|Appendix D: NTPEP Plan||168-175|
|Appendix E: Validation Field Experiment||176-181|
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