Contribution of Nano Crumb Rubber on Recycled Asphalt Concrete As Pedestrian Paving Block

S. L. Annisa, S. P. Hadiwardoyo, R. J. Sumabrata, D. Iskandar

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Stripping the road surface layers of asphalt concrete caused by various considerations that have been damaged by the aging process of asphalt. This stripping material will continue to grow in sufficient quantities if the recycling process is not utilized. The recycling process can be done by restoring the performance of asphalt or aggregate and can even occur both to meet the specifications required originally. In this research, asphalt concrete mixture has been used where the asphalt element has undergone an aging process so that it needs to be rejuvenated or softened. The addition of used oil has been used in the process of softening the hot Asphalt Concrete Wearing Course (ACWC) type. The process of increasing the performance of recycled blends has used Nano Crumb Rubber (NCR) material. The test results show that the ratio of the old asphalt content and used oil as a softener is obtained with a ratio of 11: 4 to obtain the required level of softening. This composition has produced a bitumen penetration value of 60, and the addition of NCR 2.5% and 5% to the asphalt content. Testing for recycled asphalt mixes is carried out with Marshall Test, Indirect Tensile Strength (ITS), and water absorption testing for recycled mixtures for paving blocks. The test results show the addition of NCR by the dry method has increased the strength of the mixture at both ambient and higher temperatures of 35 °C and 45 °C.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012036
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 13 May 2020
Event6th International Conference on Advanced Engineering and Technology, ICAET 2019 - Incheon, Korea, Republic of
Duration: 14 Dec 201916 Dec 2019


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