AASHTO Provisional Standards, 2009 Edition
This thirteenth version of the AASHTO Provisional criteria features a entire set of forty-one provisional fabrics requisites and try out equipment. All Provisional criteria are authorized for e-book by way of the AASHTO road Subcommittee on fabrics. Provisional criteria are criteria that have been followed through the road Subcommittee on fabrics on a short lived foundation for a greatest of 8 years. A chronology of the year-to-year prestige of the Provisional criteria prior to now 8 years is integrated. At any time through the eight-year interval, the Subcommittee can poll to transform a Provisional commonplace right into a complete normal. The Subcommittee, up to now, has switched over fifty eight Provisional criteria into complete criteria. those criteria are actually usually released within the AASHTO common necessities for Transportation fabrics and strategies of Sampling and checking out.
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Aggregates MP 16-07 - Reclaimed Concrete mixture to be used as Coarse combination in Hydraulic Cement Concrete
TP 77-09 - particular Gravity and Absorption of mixture by way of Volumetric Immersion process
Bituminous fabrics MP 15-09 - Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles as an Additive in sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA)
PP 53-09 - layout issues whilst utilizing Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles (RAS) in New sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA)
PP 60-09 - coaching of Cylindrical functionality attempt Specimens utilizing the Superpave Gyratory Compactor (SGC)
PP 61-09 - constructing Dynamic Modulus grasp Curves for warm combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt blend functionality Tester (AMPT)
PP 62-09 - constructing Dynamic Modulus grasp Curves for decent combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 62-07 - selecting Dynamic Modulus of scorching combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 63-09 - selecting Rutting Susceptibility of scorching combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt Pavement Analyzer (APA)
TP 68-04 - Density of In-Place sizzling combine Asphalt (HMA) Pavement by means of digital floor touch units
TP 70-09 - a number of rigidity Creep restoration (MSCR) try of Asphalt Binder utilizing a Dynamic Shear Rheometer (DSR)
TP 71-09 - review of Superpave Gyratory Compactor (SGC) inner attitude of Gyration utilizing Simulated Loading
TP 72-08 - Quantitative selection of the share of Lime in scorching combine Asphalt (HMA)
TP 78-09 - Detecting the Presence of Phosphorous in Asphalt Binder
TP 79-09 - picking the Dynamic Modulus and movement quantity for warm combine Asphalt (HMA) utilizing the Asphalt combination functionality Tester (AMPT)
Box Culvert, Culvert Pipe, and Drain Tile PP 63-09 - Pipe Joint choice for road Culvert and typhoon Drains
Concrete PP 54-06 - fit Curing of Concrete try out Specimens
PP 58-08 - Static Segregation of Hardened Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) Cylinders
TP 59-00 - picking Air content material of Hardened Portland Cement Concrete by means of High-Pressure Air Meter
TP 64-03 - Predicting Chloride Penetration of Hydraulic Cement Concrete via the swift Migration strategy
TP 73-09 - droop movement of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)
TP 74-09 - Passing skill of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC) via J-Ring
TP 75-08 - Air-Void features of Freshly combined Concrete by way of Buoyancy swap
TP 80-09 - visible balance Index (VSI) of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC)
Metallic fabrics and Coatings for Bridges MP 12-04 - Detectable caution Surfaces
MP 13M/MP 13-04 - Stainless Clad Deformed and simple around metal Bars for Concrete Reinforcement
MP 18M/MP 18-09 - Uncoated, Corrosion-Resistant, Deformed and undeniable Alloy, Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement and Dowels
PP 45-07 - Qualification of Deformed and simple metal Bar generating generators
PP 55-06 - Overcoating box try application for comparing protecting Coatings on current Bridges or Salvaged Beams
Pavement buildings MP 11-08 - Inertial Profiler
MP 14-08 - Smoothness of Pavement in Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) platforms
MP 17-08 - Pavement experience caliber while Measured utilizing Inertial Profiling structures
PP 44-01 - Quantifying Cracks in Asphalt Pavement floor
PP 49-08 - Certification of Inertial Profiling platforms
PP 50-07 - working Inertial Profilers and comparing Pavement Profiles
TP 76-09 - dimension of Tire/Pavement Noise utilizing the On-Board Sound depth (OBSI) technique
Quality coverage PP 56-06 - comparing the Engineering and Environmental Suitability of Recycled fabrics
PP 57-06 - setting up standards for and acting gear Calibrations, Standardizations, and exams
Soils MP 9-06 - Compost for Erosion/Sediment regulate (Filter Berms and filter out Socks)
MP 10-03 - Compost for Erosion/Sediment regulate (Compost Blankets)
PP 59-09 - Coal Combustion Fly Ash for Embankments
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2 Measure the height of the test specimen in accordance with ASTM D 3549. Reject specimens with an average height outside the height tolerance listed in Table 1 . Record the average height. 3 Using a straightedge and feeler gauges, measure the flatness of each end. Place a straightedge across the diameter at three locations approximately 120 degrees apart, and measure the maximum departure of the specimen end from the straightedge using tapered-end feeler gauges. For each end, record the maximum departure along the three locations as the end flatness.
4 Compute the air void content of the test specimen in accordance with T 269. Record the air void content of the test specimen. Reject test specimens exceeding the air void tolerances specified in the applicable test. 1 Mark the test specimen with a unique identification number. 2 Store the test specimen, until tested, on its end on a flat shelf in a room with the temperature controlled between 15 and 27°C. Note 1l-Definitive research concerning the effects of test specimen aging on various mechanical property tests has not been completed.
Post-consumer asphalt shingles shall be processed prior to use to meet the requirements of Section 8 of this specification and shall consist of asphalt roll roofing, cap sheets, and shingles, including underlayment, only. Roofing debris, including coal tar epoxy, rubber materials, or other undesirable components, shall not be used. Post-consumer asphalt shingles shall be certified as conforming to EPA’s NESHAP and any other local requirements concerning asbestos. 3. Manufactured shingle waste and post-consumer asphalt shingles shall not be blended for the production of new HMA.