Rheological techniques using the dynamic shear rheometer have been used since the introduction of the SuperPave binder specifications in the 1990s. The recent advancements of a multiple stress creep recovery (MSCR) procedure to determine the elastic properties of the modification of asphalt was established to take the place of traditional tests such as elastic recovery, forced ductility, and toughness and tenacit...
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Update on rheological techniques for asphalt
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