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Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Halis Gülle Anatolian High School Cumhuriyet.

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1 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Halis Gülle Anatolian High School Cumhuriyet University Civil Engineering Department PLANTING OUR FUTURE 1

2 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes CONCEPT “HOW TO USE THE HAZELNUT SHELL FOR BITUMEN MODIFICATION” 2

3 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Hazelnut shell waste 3

4 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Hot Mix Asphalt Pavement engineering Confort Stability Traffic >>> short time Materials >>> Easily 4

5 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Hot Mix Asphalt in Turkey 2006 >>> 9191km / 59350km 2012 >>> 13771km / 61596km %22,36 %15,49 5

6 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Deformations on Highways Rutting Fatigue cracking Low temperature cracking Water susceptibility 6

7 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Causes Increase of traffic volume (Economical development) Increase of axle loads and tire presures Construction faults Inadequate maintenance Climatic change 7

8 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Compenets of HMA Bitumen Aggregate Filler Air voids 8

9 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes %5-7 Important 9

10 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes %5-7 Important 10

11 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Bitumen Modification Adequate performance Classical bitumen Modifiers Bitumen modification 11

12 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Energy Limited energy resources Fossil >>> Oil Expensive Alternate resources Solar Wind Biomass 12

13 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes BİOMASS 13

14 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Activated Carbon Porous material Absorption Raw materials Fruit shells Fruit stones Coal etc 14

15 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Activated Carbon Physical activation Chemical activation 15

16 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Furfural Vegetive wastes Acidic hydrolysis Furfural based resins Corosion resistance Strength 16

17 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Activated Carbon Production Nut shells Crushing Sieving Activating Carbonization Washing Crushing LABORATORY 17

18 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Activated Carbon Production Nut shells Crushing Sieving Activating Carbonization Washing Crushing LABORATORY 18

19 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Activated Carbon Characterization FTIR spectroscopy IR rays Transmittance or Absorbance Fingerprint FTIR pellets LABORATORY 19

20 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes AC Characterization FTIR results No chemical difference LABORATORY O-H ve C-H keskin bantları yok olmuştur AC numunesi C=O Keton Aldehit Karboksil Karbonizasyon sıcaklığı Selülozik kristaller Gözeneklerde organik maddeler C-C=C aromatik halkalar Alkan gruplar ( ) C-H C-O Ether C-H deformasyonları 20

21 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes AC Characterization SEM photos Pore structure of sample LABORATORY 21

22 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Char%5 %10 %30 %40 %50 AC Characterization SEM results Acid impregnation ratios Optimum ratio 22

23 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Binder tests Penetration(Stiffness) Softening point Flash point Ductility TFOT (Aging) DSR RV 23

24 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Binder tests Penetration(Stiffness) Softening point Flash point Ductility TFOT (Aging) DSR RV 24

25 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Binder tests Penetration(Stiffness) Softening point Flash point Ductility TFOT (Aging) DSR RV 25

26 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Mixture tests Marshall stability and flow test ITS test ITSM test Nicholson stripping test 26

27 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Mixture tests Marshall stability and flow test ITS test ITSM test Nicholson stripping test 27

28 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Mixture tests Marshall stability and flow test ITS test ITSM test Nicholson stripping test 28

29 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Mixture tests Marshall stability and flow test ITS test ITSM test Nicholson stripping test 29

30 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Results Either AC or furan resin decreased the penetration value and increased the softening point Classical bitumen’s stifness was increased with two modifiers Both of the modifiers decreased the temperature susceptibility of classical bitumen Flash point test results inicated that there is no porblem for using modified bitumens at construction site Aging characteristics were developed with modification Stability of modified mixtures increased but flow values decreased Rutting resistance of pavement developed with modification 30

31 Developing The Mechanical Properties of Hot Mix Asphalt By Chemical Products Obtained from Vegetive Wastes Thank you for listening to my presentation… 31


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