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What the Customer’s DemandLong Life PavementPavement SmoothnessNo Material SegregationNo Temperature SegregationUniformity of DensitySpeed of ConstructionMinimizing Traffic DelaysLow Price


The rolling straightedge “tuned” to certain wavelengths ofroughness in the road, while ignoring others.Steven M. Karamihas; The University of Michigan


ProfilographTo overcome this problem the rolling concept was subsequently improved byadding an array of wheels to establish a reference plane from which to measuredeviations and remains with us today memorialized as the Profilograph.Adapted from “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the IRI, But Were Afraid to Ask!” by Thomas D. Gillespie, Ph.D., UMTRI


Road ProfilersICC provided FHWA SHRPwith 4 profilers.To date, ICC has installed over 300 systems intodifferent vehicles for high-speed data collection.


• A profiler is aninstrument used toproduce a series ofnumbers related in awell-defined way to atrue profile.• A profiler works bycombining threeingredients:What is a Profiler?• A ReferenceElevation• A HeightRelative to theReference, and• LongitudinalDistanceAdapted from The Little Book of Profiling by Steven M. Karamihas and Michael W. Sayers; The University of Michigan


Segregation


End Dump/No MTVLow density, open texture areas in HMA which permanently fail by fatiguecracking, raveling, or both, directly relate to the thermal differentials.


End Dump/No MTVThe cooler HMA formed during transport is placed in concentrated areas in the Matand tend to resist adequate compaction.These concentrated areas of cooler material usually have higher air voids, open surfacetexture that are more susceptible to deterioration.


End Dump/Roadtec Shuttle BuggyA number of factors will influence the amount of heat loss andthe amount of temperature differential within the truck.These factors are as follows:1) Mix temperature whenloaded into truck2) Ambient air temperature3) Is the truck bed insulated4) Size of truck bed in relationto tons of mix hauled5) Length of haul6) Speed of travel7) Waiting time at paver8) If the mix is covered9) Traffic delays


Intermediate IR Bar Prototype• Implemented centralcontrol box• Transitioned tosensors permanentlyinstalled in sensorbar.


Pave-IR – Continuous ThermalProfiling with Real Time DisplayTemp plots displayed inreal time along withhistogram every 100feetMounts on paver – oncerunning requires no operatorNon-destructive & 100% coverage


Sensors Mount on Paver FootplateSensor bars on footplate – control box and computer onoperator’s platform


…and document locations of suspected non-compliance


Welcome to the PavingProfessionals Workshop


Differential CompactionSurface overlayFreshly Placed Mat-75%Profiled/Planed OffOriginal Uneven Base15 m (50 ft)


Proper Machine OperationThe milling operation shall produce a pavement surface that is true toline, grade, and cross section, and of uniform texture.RX-900


Check your teeth


Tooth WearTip wear relates to the:A. Depth of cutB. Speed at which the machine is operating


Don’t over load your truck.Keep it consistent when you are loading.Truck LoadingWe cannot forget that truck drivers have special needs.Over loading trucks presents several problem:a. Fines for truck drivers.b. Fine for the companyc. This puts the drivers in jeopardy.d. This also put other drivers at risk.e. Spillage. Resulting in a poor job.RX-900


OperatorWhen its possible stage your trucks so that they can beloaded one after another.By side loading your trucks you will save time betweenyour truck transitions.Remember that the conveyer will swing 60 degrees. Usethis feature to your advantage.


AUTOAUTOAUTOSmooth Mill SkiAMAMLRAMVRX-900


Paver ComponentsFume Extraction SystemOperator PlatformPower PlantHopperTractorRP195Push RollersTow Point&Tow ArmAugersScreed


Feed System ComponentsHopperFlow Gates&Slat ConveyersFeeder Sensor&ControllerAugersThe Hopper is to receive the mixSlate conveyors carry it through the paver tunnelFlow gates to strike off the mixAugers to distribute the mix in front of the screedSensors to control the material level at the outboard edge of thescreed


It’s All BalanceTo consistently build high quality, smooth ridingroads, the paving speed MUST be at a constantrate.Quality Paving Techniques:1) Uniformed “Head of Material”2) Proper Angle of Attack3) Constant Speed of Paver


Balancing productionWhat will I need to get the job done on time?This is determined by:Asphalt Plant Production.Truck Capacity.Length Of Haul.Traffic Conditions.


Asphalt Plant ProductionWe need to know how much asphalt can be produced for this job.The plant may be making asphalt for jobs other than just our job.The tonnage per hour that is available for your job is needed to calculatepaver speed.


Paving CalculatorMost foremen today use a laptop computer. Thisinformation is all available through thewebsite.This information will help us manage our jobsand balance our production. This balance willresult in a better service to the customer.


Paving PrinciplesThe main purpose of the screed is to:1. Spread the pavingmaterial2. Provide initialcompaction3. Contour the roadsurface


Mat Quality and TextureThis mat (under extension) is too tight and shiny:The angle of attack jack should be turnedapproximately one revolution counterclockwise to push the bull nose downto decrease mix feeding under thescreed extension, thus transferringmore weight to the mainscreed.


Mat Quality and TextureBy adjusting the extensions to tightenthe Mat, you will notice changes in theTexture.Clockwise tightens the Mat.Counter Clockwise loosensthe Mat.


Layout and Job Prep


It’s ok, it will coverCover it, is not the answer here. It is understood thatnot all jobs are perfect but the customer needs toknow what happens when jobs are rushed.


Clean up and Joint PrepIf the take off or landing weren't important, then they would let the kid in thewindow seat fly the plane.If we just set down and pull off without any prep then wewill go down.Setting down and getting the following in order will giveus a successful takeoff.Allow for roll down.Slow and consistent takeoff.Take your time before adjusting.Execute proper material control.Check the joint with a straight edge.


Anybody Know this Truck driver?Keep control of your drivers. Slamming into the machine is a poor pavingpractice.Explain to your drivers what you need and how they should approach themachine each time they unload.


What happens here?


Optional EquipmentWe like to think we are innovators in the asphalt industry, but whendo you draw the line ?Material is made to go into the hopper by design and end up on theground, but at the rear of the machine.


SegregationIn summation, segregation in Hot Mix Asphalt mixtures is acommon and persistent problem.However, the problems can be controlled and even eliminatedthrough:Proper mix designProper maintenanceOperation of plantsPaving equipment


Stabilizers Reuse All Materials• • •


• • Stabilizers use cement


Stabilizers use Emulsion


RP-195Cold In Place RecyclingCurrent OfferingRX-900Direction of Travel



• The mix design can be asvaried as the conditionsrequire, in this instance, theemulsion was 2.5% by weightof RAP• Water was added at 3% byweight of RAP• Other additives such as slurrysor foamed AC can also beadded• Various materials can beadded to an existing roadwayto create a new layer ofrecycled pavement• The Bearcat system is shownto the right.Mix Designs


Full Lane Mill and TrailerMounted Recycler


The Recycling Mixing Trailer• The mill’s conveyor puts milledmaterial on the top deck of the 5142JCI Flat Screen.• If oversized, it goes through theTelsmith 3048 Horizontal Shaft ImpactCusher and back to the screen via atwo conveyor return circuit.• Material that passes the screen dropsonto the 1.2 m (48”) weight belt. Thissends a signal to the blendingcomputer which adjusts the flow ofadditives to the KPI Model 52 pugmillmixer.• After a full mixing cycle it isdischarged onto the roadway.


Elimination of Cracks coming to the Surface


Thank you!Questions?

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