asphalt binder course

binder course, binding course

1. In asphaltic concrete paving, an intermediate course between the course base and the surfacing material; consists of intermediate-size aggregate bound by bituminous material.
2. A row of masonry units laid between, and used to bind, an inner and an outer wall.
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14 (E = 643 MPa; where asphalt wearing course is from AC 11 VS with the 100% of granite aggregates, asphalt binder course is from AC 16 AS with the 50% of the fraction 8/11 and 11/16 of granite rubble and 50% of fraction 0/8 of crushed gravel aggregate mixture, asphalt base course is from AC 32 PS with the 100% of dolomite aggregates).
17 (E = 460 MPa; where asphalt wearing course is from AC 11 VS with the 100% of granite aggregates, asphalt binder course is from AC 16 AS with the 100% of the crushed granite aggregate mixture, asphalt base course is from AC 32 PS with the 100% of dolomite aggregates).
6 mm (where asphalt wearing course is from SMA 11 S with the 100% of granite aggregates, asphalt binder course is from AC 16 AS with the 100% of granite aggregate mixture, asphalt base course is from AC 32 PS with the 100% of dolomite aggregates).
asphalt mixture used for the asphalt binder course - 0/16 S-A (AC 16 AS);
In 2001-2004, in Vilnius City the most frequently used asphalt concrete for laying asphalt binder course of pavements was asphalt mixture of type 0/16 S-A (AC 16 AS).
Results of experimental researches of asphalt mixtures used for laying the asphalt binder course showed that physical and mechanical properties of asphalt mixture of type 0/16 S-A (AC 16 AS) meet the requirements of R 35-01 when the content of bitumen binder is 0.
The given recommendations prepared on a basis of the analysis of results of experimental researches allow a reasonable selection of asphalt mixtures used for laying the pavement wearing courses, asphalt binder courses and asphalt base courses of pavements which meet the traffic conditions, the loads generated by heavy vehicles and climatic conditions.
The thickness and materials of every pavement structure were chosen according to the reference pavement structure which was built from asphalt surface layer 0/11 S-V (AC 11 VS); asphalt binder course 0/16-A (AC 16 AS); asphalt base course 0/32-C (AC 32 PS); base course--crushed dolomite 0/56; frost blanket course--sand 0/11 (Fig.
7 mm (asphalt surface layer AC 11 VS, asphalt binder course AC 16 AS, asphalt base course AC 32 PS, base course--crushed dolomite 0/56, frost blanket course--sand 0/11); 27th--5.
The min distressed pavement structures are those with semi rigid surface layer, also the pavement structures with stone mastic asphalt (SMA) surface layer (with PMB and without) and pavement structure with asphalt binder course with polymer modified bitumen (PMB).
The lowest bearing capacity values were obtained in pavement structures with crushed granite and sand mix asphalt binder course, and also in pavement structure with geosynthetics at the bottom of asphalt binder course.