Dissolution simulation of polymers in bitumen

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Abstract

Fundamental models should be developed and utilized in order to facilitate the chemo-mechanical design of modified binder systems for paving applications but not only. Especially, the fact that the incorporation of new chemical substances used as bio-based modifiers or alternative binders is attracting great interest to replace traditional technologies, the development of tools able to provide insight into the various physio-chemical phenomena is crucial. Among other polymer-bitumen interaction phenomena, the dissolution mechanism of polymers in bitumen is a significant aspect that should be considering in order to enhance binder properties through polymer modification. The current research gives emphasis on modelling the mechanism of dissolution for rubbery polymers in bitumen.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction II
Subtitle of host publicationContributions to the 2nd International Conference on Advances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction (AM3P 2020), 27-29 May, 2020, San Antonio, Tx, USA)
EditorsA. Kumar, A.T. Papagiannakis, A. Bhasin, D. Little
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Number of pages4
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9781003027362
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020
Event2nd International Conference on Advances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction - Online due to COVID19, San Antonio, United States
Duration: 3 Aug 20207 Aug 2020
https://www.am3p.com/
https://www.acpa.org/event/am3p-2020/

Conference

Conference2nd International Conference on Advances in Materials and Pavement Performance Prediction
Abbreviated titleAM3P 2020
CountryUnited States
CitySan Antonio
Period3/08/207/08/20
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