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A State-of-the-Art Guide to the Mechanics of Asphalt ConcreteMechanics of Asphalt systematically covers both the fundamentals and most recent developments in applying rational mechanics, microstructure characterization methods, and numerical tools to understand the behavior of asphalt concrete (AC). The book describes the essential mathematics, mechanics, and numerical techniques required for comprehending advanced modeling and simulation of asphalt materials and asphalt pavements. Filled with detailed illustrations, this authoritative volume provides rational mechanisms to guide the development of best practices in mix design, construction methods, and performance evaluation of asphalt concrete.
Mechanics of Asphalt covers:
- Fundamentals for mathematics and continuum mechanics
- Mechanical properties of constituents, including binder, aggregates, mastics, and mixtures
- Microstructure characterization
- Experimental methods to characterize the heterogeneous strain field
- Mixture theory and micromechanics applications
- Fundamentals of phenomenological models
- Multiscale modeling and moisture damage
- Models for asphalt concrete, including viscoplasticity, viscoplasticity with damage, disturbed state mechanics model, and fatigue failure criteria
- Finite element method, boundary element method, and discrete element method
- Digital specimen and digital test-integration of microstructure and simulation
- Simulation of asphalt compaction
- Characterization and modeling of anisotropic properties of asphalt concrete
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Dr. Linbing Wang (Blacksburg, VA) is well respected in his research on asphalt mechanics. He is a member of the FHWA Expert Task Group on Fundamental Properties and Advanced Modeling of Asphalt and has been selected to serve on several NCHRP (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) panels for asphalt projects. Dr. Wang is very active in various professional societies and has been a member of TRB Committee AFP70 on Mineral Aggregates, Committee AFK50 on Bituminous Mixture to Meet Structural Requirements, Committee AFS50 on Modeling Techniques in Geomechanics, ASCE Committee on Bituminous Materials, Pavement Committee of Geo Institute, and USUCGER Research Committee. He is also a member of ASCE, AAPT, and ASEE (American Society of Engineering Education).
Acknowledgments; chapter 1. Introduction and Fundamentals for Mathematics and Continuum Mechanics; chapter 2. Mechanical Properties of Constituents; chapter 3. Microstructure Characterization; chapter 4. Experimental Methods to Characterize the Heterogeneous Strain Field; chapter 5. Mixture Theory and Micromechanics Applications; chapter 6. Fundamentals of Phenomenological Models; chapter 7. Models for Asphalt Concrete; chapter 8. Finite Element Method and Boundary Element Method; chapter 9. Applications of Discrete Element Method; chapter 10. Digital Specimen and Digital Test-Integration of Microstructure into Simulation; chapter 11. Simulation of Asphalt Compaction; chapter 12. Characterization and Modeling Anisotropic Properties of Asphalt Concrete; chapter 13. Multiscale Modeling and Moisture Damage; appendix 1. Eshelby's Tensor (S) for Special Cases; appendix 2. Laplace Transform; appendix 3. Isotropic Elastostatics Fundamental Solution; index