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TJES: Al-Hadidy AI, Al-Kazzaz ZA, Ali AA .Deterministic Extensional Viscosity and Cracking Index of Polypropylene-Modified-Asphalt Binder. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2020; 27(1): 25- 29.

APA: Al-Hadidy,  A. I., Al-Kazzaz, Z. A., Ali, A. A. (2020). Deterministic Extensional Viscosity and Cracking Index of Polypropylene-Modified-Asphalt Binder. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 27 (1), 25- 29.

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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2020) 27(1) 25- 29.

Deterministic Extensional Viscosity and Cracking Index of Polypropylene-Modified-Asphalt Binder

Abdul-Rahim I..Al-Hadidy *, Zeena A..Al-Kazzaz , Ahmed A..Ali

Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Mosul University, Iraq

* Corresponding author: a.aldubony@uomosul.edu.iq  

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/tjes.27.1.04

Abstract

The extensional viscosity and cracking prospectus of polypropylene modified asphalt cement (PPMAC) was explored. Forty/fifty penetration class asphalt cement with five-contents of polypropylene polymer were chosen. Conventional traits such as: Standard penetration, standard softening point, ductility, utter viscosity, elasticity moduli, penetration prospectus, ageing, cracking prospectus, homogeneity, and extensional viscosity were performed on PPMAC. The PPMAC shows better viscosity, elasticity, enduringness and lower cracking properties at cold regions.

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Keywords: Polypropylene, Aging, Cracking index, Extensional viscosity

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