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Using Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement in High Modulus Asphalt Mixture for Binder Asphalt Courses
Klimek, Matěj ; Hýzl, Petr (referee) ; Šperka, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with design of high modulus asphalt mixture with using 30 % reclaimed asphalt pavement in combination with polymer modified bitumen. The goal of this thesis is to verify if the mixture reaches the requirements of technical regulations TP 151 [1]. Selected tests were performer in accordance with the European standards ČSN EN 12697 Bituminous mixtures – Test methods for hot asphalt mixtures. Theoretical part of my thesis is focused on possibilities of addition higher amounts of reclaimed asphalt pavement into asphalt mixtures.
Evaluation of Selected Properties of Asphalt Mixtures with High Air Void Content
Jakub, Tomáš ; Dašek, Ondřej (referee) ; Šperka, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is focused on selected properties of asphalt mixtures with higher air-voids content. The first, theoretical part of the work deals with summary of the available literature. Especially in terms of the distribution of mixtures with higher air-voids content and basic effects of air-voids content behavior of the asphalt mixtures. The second, parctical part of the work deals with determinine properties of two asphalt mixtures, namely: porous asphalt (PA 8) and mastix asphalt with higher air-voids content (SMA NH 8). At first is described used test‘s methods and used materials. Within the work, some tests were modified in order to simulate the effect of frost and salt on asphalt mixtures. An integral part of the practical part is the determintation of water resistence (ITSR), frost and salt of the prepared mixture, their mutual comparison and comparison with existing regulations.
The use of glassgrids in asphalt pavement structure
Sadil, Dominik ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Kudrna, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the use of fiberglass grids in asphalt layers. These materials are used as reinforcement materials in road construction primarily to partially elimination or delay the formation of cracks in the roadway and to transfer the tensile loads that are distributed to the sub-layers. The bachelor thesis tests the properties asphalt layers reinforced by geogrids by using selected functional tests and also was monitored their behavior between asphalt layers. At the same time, the thesis determines whether these functional tests are practically applicable for asphalt layers with fiberglass grids.
Bituminous mixture for wearing course with increased content of reclaimed asphalt
Spies, Karel ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Kudrna, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with design of asphalt mixture for wearing course, by performing functional tests according to ČSN EN 12697 (736160) Bituminous mixtures - Test methods for hot asphalt mixtures and comparison of its properties with asphalt concrete for wearing course (ACO 11 +) according to ČSN EN 13108-1 ed. 2 (736140) Bituminous mixtures - Specification for materials - Part 1: Bituminous concrete. The proposed layer is characterized by a high (50%) reclaimed asphalt pavement content (RAP) and the use of a crumb rubber modified bitumen (CRMB) without the use of rejuvenators or other softening additives. The aim of the work is to verify the expected properties of the asphalt mixture and point out the possibility of using larger amounts of reclaimed asphalt pavement in asphalt mixtures.
Properties of reinforcing glass-fiber geogrids in pavement structure
Maláník, Stanislav ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Dašek, Ondřej (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis deals with the use of glass fiber reinforcement geogrids in road construction. Bachelor's thesis is focused on basic knowledge of reinforcing geosynthetics and on summary of existing regulations concerning the use of geogrids in roadway. The influence of the construction of the road layers on the change of the geogrid properties is evaluated by suitable tests. In particular, the effects of the impact of the movement of the construction technique on the geogrid and the effects of the compaction of the overlying layer on the geogrid properties were simulated in the laboratory.
Properties of reinforcing glass-fiber geogrids
Veselý, Petr ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Dašek, Ondřej (advisor)
A proper road infrastructure is an essential part of today’s economy. Usage of roadways should be safe and its flow should be easy going. Primary net of roadways is already in place and attention shifts to its maintenance. Because of constantly increasing loads of heavy traffic, roadways are degrading at a faster pace, while there are still smaller time windows and less avialable resources for their reconstruction. That is why there has been rising demand for pavements that last longer and are able to carry higher weights. With respect to the rural roads it becomes obvious because of low amount of resources for their maintenance, that it is necessary to find an effective way to enhance pavements. From the foregoing it can be safe to say, that there is a clear need for reliable, durable and cost-effective technology of maintenance, such as the use of grids in asphalt pavements. This thesis deals with properties of geogrids made of glass fiber after its compaction as well as its effects on reduction or elimination of spreading of cracks in pavements.
Bituminous mixture desing with the use of 30 % reclaimed asphalt and its functional evaluation
Horáček, Daniel ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Kudrna, Jan (advisor)
The aim of my bachelor thesis is to design asphalt mixture with a higher lifetime (mixture of type VMT 16) and its subsequent assessment by selected functional tests. VMT blends are used for load and underlayer layers of roads with higher transport loads. The main idea of this bachelor thesis is the design of an asphalt mixture consisting of natural aggregates, recycled asphalt mixtures and crumb rubber modified bitumen, yet retaining good road-holding properties. The use of recyclable bituminous mixtures will allow the recycling of bent or milled asphalt layers, which is currently high in surplus, and will allow the overall cost of building new high-quality asphalt layers to be reduced. The bachelor thesis describes the empirical and functional tests performed, according to which the resulting asphalt mixture was designed, and the results compared with the TP151 Asphalt mixture with high modulus of stiffness (VMT).
System of assessment the tests for road laboratory
Štetinová, Petronela ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
It is necessary to know the properties of the material on which the road will be built, but also the material that will be used during the construction for the proper design of the road (but also for other constructions). There are various laboratory tests, that are realised by standards. They are used for the proper assessment of the composition of the aggregate. The standards describe these tests in detail. This thesis simply describes the selected tests of aggregates. The main part is the creation of templates, which are the instructions for the execution of the tests. These templates, based on the measured (input) data, automatically evaluate the measurements, calculate the necessary parameters, plot the graphs and automatically create the output protocol of done test.
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.
Low-temperature behavior of asphalt binders
Čumíčková, Markéta ; Šperka, Pavel (referee) ; Stehlík, Dušan (advisor)
The work is focused on low-temperature behavior of specimens of asphalt binders and polymer modified bitumens. In the theoretical part, the principles and procedures of tests are simply described: Needle Penetration, Softening Point, Bending Beam Rheometer and Fraass breaking point. In the practical part, results of tests are demonstrated to graphs. The aim of thesis is to determine the correlation between tests.

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