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Utilization of Fly Ash and Brick Dust on Bituminous Paving Mixes


Author(s):

Aakash Jaiswal , MMMUT Gorakhpur; Anoop Kumar Verma, IIT Roorkee; Manjesh Srivastava, MMMUT Gorakhpur; Manjeet Singh, ITM Lucknow

Keywords:

Penetration, Elongation index, Marshall Test

Abstract:

Construction of highway involves huge outlay of investment. A precise engineering design may save considerable investment; as well as reliable performance of the in-service highway can be achieved. Two things are of major considerations in this regard – pavement design and the mix design. Our project emphasizes on the mix design considerations. A good design of bituminous mix is expected to result in a mix which is adequately strong, durable and resistive to fatigue and permanent deformation and at the same time environment friendly and economical. A mix designer tries to achieve these requirements through a number of tests on the mix with varied proportions of material combinations and finalizes the best one. This often involves a balance between mutually conflicting parameters. Bitumen mix design is a delicate balancing act among the proportions of various aggregate sizes and bitumen content. For a given aggregate gradation, the optimum bitumen content is estimated by satisfying a number of mix design parameters. Fillers play an important role in engineering properties of bituminous paving mixes. Conventionally stone dust, cement and lime are used as fillers. An attempt has been made in this investigation to assess the influence of non-conventional and cheap fillers such as brick dust and fly ash in bitumen paving mixes. It has been observed as a result of this project that bituminous mixes with these non-conventional fillers result in satisfactory Marshall Properties though requiring a bit higher bitumen content, thus substantiating the need for its use. The fillers used in this investigation are likely to partly solve the solid waste disposal of the environment.


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Manuscript Id :IJSTEV3I5058
Published in :Volume : 3, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/12/2016
Page(s): 245-253
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