Rheological Behaviors of Waste Polyethylene Modified Asphalt Binder : Statistical Analysis of Interlaboratory Testing Results

Di Wang, Andrea Baliello, Gustavo dos Santas Pinheiro, Lily D. Poulikakos, Marjan Tušar, Kamilla L. Vasconcelos, Muhammad Rafiq Kakar, Laurent Porot, Emiliano Pasquini, Gaspare Giancontieri, Chiara Riccardi, Marco Pasetto, Davide Lo Presti, Augusto Cannone Falchetto*

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This article investigated the effect of waste polyethylene (PE) on the modified asphalt binders’ rheological behavior from a statistical point of view. The interlaboratory testing results from the RILEM Technical Committee 279 Valorization of Waste and Secondary Materials for Roads Task Group 1 were used for this purpose. First, an unaged 70/100 penetration graded neat binder was selected as the reference material. Next, a single 5 % content of waste PE additives (PE-pellets and PE-shreds) was mixed with a 95 % neat binder to prepare two PE modified binders. Then, dynamic shear rheometer-based temperature-frequency sweep tests were performed over a wide range of temperatures and frequencies to evaluate the rheological properties of these three binders. Different rheological behaviors were observed in the isochronal plots at high temperatures. Based on a reproducibility precision requirement proposed for phase angle, 28°C was set as the transition temperature across the rheological behaviors. Next, according to the three rheological behaviors defined in a previous study by the authors, statistical analysis was introduced to identify sensitive rheological parameters and determine the thresholds. Results indicate that the phase angle measured above 28°C and 1.59 Hz can be used as a sensitive parameter to discriminate the three rheological behaviors of PE modified binders. The thresholds among different behaviors were also calculated as an example for phase angle measured at the highest common testing temperature of 70°C. Additional experimental evaluations on more types of PE modified binders, especially at intermediate and high temperatures, are recommended to better understand their influence on the rheological behavior of PE modified binders.

JulkaisuJournal of Testing and Evaluation
Varhainen verkossa julkaisun päivämäärä7 helmik. 2023
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