ASTM D() Standard Test Method for Indirect Tension Test for Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures. We supply testing equipment to perform. to the EN , Annex C and the ASTM D standards. two American ones: ASTM D Standard for the Complex Modulus, and the ASTM D. () ASTM D, Standard Test Method for Indirect Tension Test for Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures.
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ASTM D astmimportantespara la destilacion a presiones inferiores de 1 atm, archivo actualizadoen la ultima version. Copyright ASTM Standard Test Method for Indirect Tension Test for Resilient Modulus of Bituminous Mixtures1 This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision.
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A number in parentheses atsm the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon e indicates an editorial change since the last revision or atm. The load is applied vertically in the vertical diametral plane of a cylindrical specimen of asphalt concrete Fig. The instantaneous resilient modulus is calculated d4213 the recoverable deformation that occurs instantaneously during the unloading portion of one cycle. The total resilient modulus is calculated using the total recoverable deformation which includes both the instantaneous recoverable and the timedependent continuing recoverable deformation during the unloading and rest-period portion of one cycle.
The procedure described covers a range of temperatures, loads, astn frequencies, and load durations. This recommended series will result in nine test values for one specimen which can be used to evaluate the overall resilient behavior of the mixture. NOTE 1—Ambient laboratory temperature may be substituted as appropriate. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
Significance and Use 4. The test can be used to study effects of temperature, loading rate, rest periods, etc. Since the procedure is nondestructive, tests can be repeated on a specimen to evaluate conditioning as with temperature or moisture.
This test method is not intended for use in specifications. NOTE 2—An electrohydraulic testing machine with a function generator capable of producing the desired wave form has been shown to be suitable for use in repeated-load indirect tension testing.
Other commercially available or laboratory constructed testing machines such as those using pneumatic repeated loading can also be used. However, these latter machines may not have the load capability to handle larger specimens at the colder testing temperatures.
Summary of Test Method 3. Sstm system should include a temperature-controlled cabinet large wstm to hold at least three specimens for a period of 24 h prior to testing.
Current edition approved April 30, The sensitivity and type of measurement device should be selected to provide the deformation readout required in c4123. A positive contact by spring loading or gluing attachments to the specimen should be provided if direct contact between the measuring device and sample is required. If the transducers are temperature-sensitive, such as Statham UC-3, the testing machine should be placed in a controlled temperature chamber.
The gages should be wired to preclude the effects of eccentric loading so as to asm the algebraic sum of the movement of each side of the specimen. Alternatively, each gage asttm be read independently and the results summed independently. Specimens will normally be either a nominal 4 or 6 in.
The load strip shall be 0. Edges should be f4123 by grinding to remove the sharp edge in order not to cut the sample during testing. For specimens with rough textures, asmt thin hard rubber membrane attached to the loading strip has been found effective in reducing stress concentration effects, but should be used only when vertical deformations are not measured. The specimens should have a height of at least 2 in.
Unless the temperature is monitored, and the actual temperature 5. The system should be capable of measuring horizontal deformations in the range of 0. Loads should be 3 4 2 Available from Trans-tek Inc. Available from Gould-Statham, Statham Blvd.
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D the atm specimen should be for conditions producing progressively lower moduli. Bring the specimens to the specified temperature before each test. NOTE 4—A dummy specimen with a thermocouple in the center can be used to determine when the desired test temperature is reached.
Adjust and balance the electronic measuring system as necessary. Depending upon the loading frequency and temperatures, a minimum of 50 to load repetitions is typical; however, the minimum for a given situation must be determined so that the resilient deformations are stable Ast 5.
Tensile strength can be determined from a destructive test on a specimen and the equation of 8.
NOTE 5—As few as five repetitions have been found to be sufficient for loads such as 5 to 25 lbf. NOTE 6—Loads as low as 10 lbf d1423 been used. NOTE 7—Load duration is the more important variable and it is recommended that the duration be held to some minimum which can be recorded. The recommended time for the load duration is 0. Recommended frequencies are 0.
If total cumulative vertical deformation greater than 0. A value of 0. The 4-min testing time limit is waived if loading is conducted within a temperature-control cabinet meeting the requirements in 5. Three laboratory fabricated specimens or three cores are recommended for a given test series with variables of temperature, load duration, and load frequency. In order to reduce permanent damage to the specimen, testing should begin asm the lowest temperature, shortest load duration, and smallest load.
Subsequent testing on 5 where: Pu1t 5 ultimate applied x4123 required to fail specimen, lbf or Nt 5 thickness of specimen, in.
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This standard is subject to revision at any time by the responsible technical committee and must be reviewed every five years and if not revised, either reapproved or withdrawn. Your comments are invited either for revision of this standard or for additional standards and should be addressed to ASTM Headquarters.
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