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Intrinsic adhesive and cohesive assessment of the moisture sensitivity of bio-rejuvenated recycled asphalt binders

Jim�nez del Barco Carri�n, Ana; Carvajal-Mu�oz, Juan S.; Lo Presti, Davide; Airey, Gordon

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Ana Jim�nez del Barco Carri�n

Juan S. Carvajal-Mu�oz

Davide Lo Presti

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GORDON AIREY GORDON.AIREY@NOTTINGHAM.AC.UK
Professor of Pavement Engineering Materials



Abstract

Alternative binders not derived from fossil fuels, known as biobinders, are opening new paths for multiple applications in road infrastructure. Biobinders, usually produced from bio-oils obtained from the processing of biomass and industry by-products, are tuneable materials whose properties can be adjusted to meet specific targets. For this reason, an interesting approach is to couple biobinders with Reclaimed Asphalt (RA) by taking advantage of their rejuvenating properties to design bio-asphalt mixtures with high-content RA and no additional virgin bitumen. Recent research has proven the feasibility of this approach through validation at full-scale (BioRePavation project). However certain aspects related to the durability of bio-asphalt mixtures still require further research, one of these being their resistance to moisture damage. This study aims at filling some of these current gaps by conducting an initial investigation of the moisture sensitivity of selected biobinders and bio-rejuvenated asphalt binders. In order to do this, the intrinsic adhesion and cohesion properties of an extracted RA binder, two biobinders, their blends and two types of aggregates were characterised by means of Surface Free Energy (SFE), individually and as a system. The binders/blends-aggregate systems were further tested by means of the Pneumatic Adhesion Tensile Test Instrument (PATTI) to determine their pull-off tensile strength (POTS). The results show that the bio-rejuvenated asphalt binders present equivalent cohesive and adhesive properties to a conventional bitumen and superior performance when compared to the RA binder. Hence, the combination of biobinders and RA has great potential to guarantee resistance to moisture damage of bio-recycled asphalt mixtures with high-content RA and no additional bitumen.

Citation

Jiménez del Barco Carrión, A., Carvajal-Muñoz, J. S., Lo Presti, D., & Airey, G. (2019). Intrinsic adhesive and cohesive assessment of the moisture sensitivity of bio-rejuvenated recycled asphalt binders. Road Materials and Pavement Design, 20(Supplement 1), S347-S364. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680629.2019.1588778

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Feb 20, 2019
Online Publication Date Mar 19, 2019
Publication Date Mar 19, 2019
Deposit Date Apr 12, 2019
Publicly Available Date Mar 20, 2020
Journal Road Materials and Pavement Design
Print ISSN 1468-0629
Electronic ISSN 2164-7402
Publisher Taylor & Francis Open
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 20
Issue Supplement 1
Pages S347-S364
DOI https://doi.org/10.1080/14680629.2019.1588778
Keywords Biobinder; Recycling; Asphalt mixture; Cohesion; Adhesion; Moisture damage
Public URL https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1796043
Publisher URL https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14680629.2019.1588778
Additional Information This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Road Materials and Pavement Design on 19.03.2019, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/14680629.2019.1588778

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