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|Title:||Influence of additives – oil tar modifiers on the oxidized bitumen adhesion to mineral materials|
|Authors:||Grushova, E. I.|
Kuis, O. V.
Pahomchik, A. S.
Yusevich, A. I.
Shulga, M. V.
|Citation:||Influence of additives – oil tar modifiers on the oxidized bitumen adhesion to mineral materials / E. I. Grushova [et al.] // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 4. – Minsk : BSTU, 2016. – P. 32-34|
|Description:||Petroleum tar was exposed to microwave irradiation or added with isopropyl alcohol and then oxidized to paving bitumen. The bitumen adhesion to mineral materials was investigated. Either of the two kinds of treatment enhanced the bitumen adhesion to marble chips and sand. The adhesion to the marble chips ran up to 5 points in contrast to 3 point of the sand adhesion magnitude. Addition of the alcohol to the tar promotes rise in alcohol benzene and benzene resins content in resulting bitumen to the greater exnent then the microwave irradiation which leads to reinforcing its bond with marble chips and sand.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016, № 4|
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