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Volume 251, 2018VI International Scientific Conference “Integration, Partnership and Innovation in Construction Science and Education” (IPICSE-2018)
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|Published online||14 December 2018|
Structurization of poly mineral is highly concentrated poly disperse systems based on organic binders
Moscow Road-Road State Technical University (MADI), Department of Road-building materials, 125319, Moscow, Leningrad Prospect, 64, Russia
2 Russian academy of sciences A.N. Frumkin Institute of Physical chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS, 199071, Moscow, Leninsky prospect, 31, Russia
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At present, the quality of bitumen-mineral mixtures both on the territory of the Russian Federation and abroad is estimated by a set of em-pirical methods based on many years of experience in the use of asphalt in road construction. In different years, numerous attempts were made to theoretically substantiate the basic patterns of material behavior under the influence of various factors. The article describes the solution of this problem using the basic provisions of phys-chemical mechanics of highly concentrated disperse systems taking into account the specifics of contact interactions. As a result of researches the quantitative correlations of indicators of physical-mechanical and structural-rheological properties forming at compaction of mixtures mixes, quantitative interconnections between formative and Destructive factors with structural-mechanical and construction-technical properties of asphalt in road coverings. It has been established that the changes in the structure of asphalt have physical-chemical nature and are reliably described taking into account the basic provisions of phys-chemical mechanics and theories of contact interactions.
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