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Evaluation of Nevada's HMA Mixtures Manufactured with Terminal Blend Rubber Modified Binders
The objective of this research effort is to compare the laboratory performance of Nevada’s HMA mixtures made with rubber modified asphalt binders with HMA mixtures made with polymer modified binders. Two Nevada HMA mixtures are used in the study: one mix from the south and one mix from the north. Each mix was designed with the two types of binders which resulted in a total of four HMA mixtures that were evaluated in the study. The laboratory performances of the mixtures are evaluated in terms of the following properties: ? Moisture sensitivity ? Dynamic modulus ? Resistance to rutting ? Resistance to fatigue cracking ? Resistance to thermal cracking