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Possibility of using epoxy modified bitumen to replace tar-containing binder for pavement antiskid surfaces

Abstract: Tar-containing antiskid surface, which is a ultra-thin surface dressing constructed with tar-containing binder and aggregates with high polished stone value. It was widely used for the runways in airfields in the Netherlands. Tar-containing binder can provide excellent adhesion between … Continue reading

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Design approach for epoxy modified bitumen to be used in antiskid surfaces on asphalt pavement

Abstract: Antiskid surfaces are thin surface layers, are often applied to provide enough surface friction. They are optimally designed to meet specific mechanical requirements. These specific requirements mainly include surface friction, resistance to raveling and resistance to chemicals such as … Continue reading

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Characteristics of two-component epoxy modified bitumen

Abstract: Coal tar bearing emulsions were used in the Netherlands as binder in anti-skid surfaces for runways because of their perfect adhesion and fuel resistance properties. They are however toxic and will not be allowed anymore after 2010. Therefore alternatives … Continue reading

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