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Bituminous mixtures with a higher lifetime using recycled asphalt
Stromecký, Roman ; Musil, Vladimír (referee) ; Kudrna, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with a project of asphalt mixtures with high stiffness modulus using R-material. The theoretical part describes the characteristics of these mixtures in the Czech Republic and in Switzerland. Further this part deals with the use of R-material in the Czech Republic and chosen other countries of the world, it also deals with the ways of recycling roads. The theoretical part also deals with the testing methods used. In the practical part two new asphalt mixtures of the high stiffness modulus type with the addition of 25 % R-material are suggested. As a base for these two mixtures a mixture of the high stiffness modulus type, which was taken from an asphalt mixing plant, was used. Tests were run on the binders and several functional tests (stiffness modulus, fatigue resistance, low temperature qualities) wer done on the suggested asphalt mixtures and also the mixture taken from the mixing plant. Consequently, the results were compared. The conclusion of the thesis is devoted to modelling a construction of a road using the program LayEps, which verified if the suggested mixtures could reduce the thickness of roads.
Asphalt mixtures with high resistance against cracks
Stromecký, Roman ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Dašek, Ondřej (advisor)
In this bachelor's thesis were suggested two kinds of asphalt mixtures. The first one contains conventional asphalt binder and the second one Crumb Rubber modified Bitumen. The aim of this thesis is a comparison of stiffness and fatigue characteristics of these two mixtures by two-point bending test on truncated wedges. There will be also an evaluation of the impact of an asphalt addition of the Crumb Rubber modified Bitumen in one of these mixtures.

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