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Waste building materials to base layers of the pavements
Žďára, Zbyněk ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical part, there is processed information about recycled construction waste and their possible use in road construction in the form of research. The individual chapters deal with the description of these materials, their production, their use in base layers of the pavement and attention is also paid to their problematic features and foreign experience. In the practical part, laboratory samples of recycled asphalt pavement and recycled aggregates were tested. The main purpose was to find out if it was possible to use a mixture of recycled asphalt pavement and recycled aggregates in the base layers of the pavement with a low traffic load. Another purpose was to compare the properties of mixtures with different content of both recycled materials and to see how the bearing capacity of these mixtures changes when an elevated temperature is applied to them.
Simulation of asphalt mixture ageing in laboratory
Staňková, Michaela ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Dašek, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of ageing of asphalt binder and asphalt mixture. Asphalt mixtures of asphalt concrete type containing 50/70 paving bitumen were collected for the purposes of this thesis. Test specimens were prepared from the mixtures according to ČSN EN 12697-30+A1 standard. The test specimens were aged in a laboratory oven. Changes in properties caused by ageing were compared using particle loss of porous asphalt specimen according to ČSN EN 12697-17+A1 and the indirect tensile strength of bituminous specimens according to ČSN EN 12697-23 standard.
Mixed builging recycled material for pavement subgrades
Masař, Daniel ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis is focused on the use of mixed building recycled material for pavement subgrades. The theoretical part describes the production and usability of recycled building materials and also the economic evaluation against commonly used natural materials. The main point of the theoretical part is the use of mixed recycled material in the subsoil of roads with increased attention to the use in the active zone of road. It also describes laboratory tests that are important for evaluating the qualities of recycled materials and problematic qualities that can affect the life of a construction work. In a separate chapter, it presents foreign experience with the use of recycled building materials for building transport structures. The practical part verifies the suitability of mixed building recycled material to the active zone of road by tests of the California bearing ratio, soil freezing rate and crushing resistance by Los Angeles.
Design conditions for a polygon specializing in autonomous vehicles
Trhlík, Tomáš ; Mazáč, Jan (referee) ; Hýzl, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is the research of building polygons for the testing of autonomous vehicles, from the point of view of road technology and also designing aspects. In the thesis are mentioned 9 most important world test polygons and their description of design parameters. There are described particular stages of automation from foreign organizations which are concerned with research and development in the automotive industry. In addition, there are described basic advanced driver assistance systems and connectivity between vehicles and infrastructure. Conclusion also contains the assessment of existing aerodrome test areas for autonomous vehicles.
Usage of foam bitumen technology
Machel, Ondřej ; Komenda, Radek (referee) ; Hýzl, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the production of warm mix asphalts, using the foam bitumen technology. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is focused on the basic division of roadway constructions, particularly on warm mix asphalts. The aim of the practical part was to find out whether the produced asphalt mixture retains its functional properties when the operating temperature is reduced. For this purpose, two asphalt mixtures of the ACO 11+ type at operating temperature of 150 °C and reduced operating temperature of 130 °C were made. Functional tests and empirical and functional tests were carried out on the produced asphalt mixtures and the extracted bitumen binders respectively. In the conclusion of the thesis, the results of the tests are mutually compared.
Usage of foam bitumen
Prídavková, Natália ; Stehlík, Dušan (referee) ; Hýzl, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to describe the issue of foam bitumen technology in the production and paving of asphalt mixtures. The first chapter is devoted to the contexts needed to understand the issues of reducing production temperatures and the use of warm mix asphalt (WMA), especially foamed bitumen. The second chapter is aimed to understand the concept of warm mix asphalt and explains the production technology of foamed bitumen and the asphalt foam properties. The penultimate and most comprehensive chapter is an overview of commercial products, practices and experience with foamed bitumen abroad, where WMA technologies are more widespread. The results of these studies show that foaming processes, as well as other types of WMA, are more ecological equivalent to commonly used hot mix asphalt. The last chapter summarizes the experience in the Czech Republic and its technical standards of foamed bitumen technology.
Pavement milling
Žižka, Tomáš ; Dašek, Ondřej (referee) ; Hýzl, Petr (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor thesis, which is a research based, is the processing of knowlegde of road milling works. The first part of the thesis is focused on the usage of milling. In the following section, I focused more on the milling process itself, technology and types of milling equipment. Part of this work is introduction of modern milling methods as well as introduction of three companies in the Czech Republic which operate on road milling works. Last part is focused on standard milling regulations. The thesis was done for study purposes.
Unbound mixtures to the pavement base layers
Žůrek, Jakub ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor’s thesis is the possibility of using alternative materials in base road layers. Specifically It‘s about different granular material from mines (fraction 0/22) and recyclate, the possibility of their their classification within the used base layers and assessment of their suitability for specific structural layer. The thesis subject is also assessment of suitability of laboratory tests currently used in the Czech Republic and is trying to deal with the question whether these tests are ideal or not. The theoretical part summarizes the currently used base layers, their properties, technology of their implementation and It explains the current testing system. The aim of the thesis is to define mechanical properties of the examined materials, compare them and evaluate them.
Rejuvenators in recycled asphalt material
Klein, Marek ; Coufalíková, Iva (referee) ; Hýzl, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the use of rejuvenating additives in asphalt mixtures with reclaimed asphalt pavement. The theoretical part describes methods of adding reclaimed asphalt pavement to new asphalt mixtures. There are also explained principles of tests on asphalt binder: needle penetration, softening point, dynamic shear rheometer (DSR), bending beam rheometer (BBR) and short-therm aging of asphalt binders by the RTFOT method. The practical part of the thesis explains procedures of adding rejuvenating additives to asphalt mixtures in laboratory conditions. In the practical part are also evaluated results of tests on asphalt binder.
Interaction between asphalt binder and filler
Indráková, Kristýna ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Dašek, Ondřej (advisor)
The thesis is mainly focused on comparison of properties of mastics, that were mixed in lab. The samples of mastics were mixed of paving bitumen in combination with 9 samples of backhouse filler, 1 inappropriate sample containing mica and 1 sample of additive filler. The folowing tests were used for assessment of samples: The particle density of filler-pyknometer method, The delta ring and ball test, The complex shear modulus and phase angle, The multiple stress creep and recovery test. The tests results were evaluated and compared. The results of the thesis are listed in the conclusion.

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