In recent years, research is pushing toward more sustainable solutions in the road sector such as cool pavement and eco-friendly paving components. Cool pavements are advanced pavement technologies characterized by lower surface temperature thanks to the use of light-coloured binders and an open-graded structure. In this framework, the present study intends to provide a laboratory characterization of two different open-graded wearing courses produced with Construction and Demolition waste (CDW) aggregates and virgin aggregates and with a transparent resin-based binder. The final aim of the research is to provide scientific evidence on the possible application of the adopted resin-based transparent binder with light-coloured aggregates for opengraded wearing courses in order to minimize the Urban Heat Island phenomenon. The results show that the addition of 50% of CDW aggregates to the porous asphalt enhances the abrasion resistance and the mechanical performance of the mixture.

Innovative light-coloured porous asphalt for low-impact pavements: A laboratory investigation / De Pascale, Beatrice; Tataranni, Piergiorgio; Lantieri, Claudio; Bonoli, Alessandra; Sangiorgi, Cesare. - In: CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS. - ISSN 0950-0618. - ELETTRONICO. - 368:(2023), pp. 130482.1-130482.8. [10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2023.130482]

Innovative light-coloured porous asphalt for low-impact pavements: A laboratory investigation

De Pascale, Beatrice
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Tataranni, Piergiorgio;Lantieri, Claudio;Bonoli, Alessandra;Sangiorgi, Cesare
2023

Abstract

In recent years, research is pushing toward more sustainable solutions in the road sector such as cool pavement and eco-friendly paving components. Cool pavements are advanced pavement technologies characterized by lower surface temperature thanks to the use of light-coloured binders and an open-graded structure. In this framework, the present study intends to provide a laboratory characterization of two different open-graded wearing courses produced with Construction and Demolition waste (CDW) aggregates and virgin aggregates and with a transparent resin-based binder. The final aim of the research is to provide scientific evidence on the possible application of the adopted resin-based transparent binder with light-coloured aggregates for opengraded wearing courses in order to minimize the Urban Heat Island phenomenon. The results show that the addition of 50% of CDW aggregates to the porous asphalt enhances the abrasion resistance and the mechanical performance of the mixture.
2023
Innovative light-coloured porous asphalt for low-impact pavements: A laboratory investigation / De Pascale, Beatrice; Tataranni, Piergiorgio; Lantieri, Claudio; Bonoli, Alessandra; Sangiorgi, Cesare. - In: CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS. - ISSN 0950-0618. - ELETTRONICO. - 368:(2023), pp. 130482.1-130482.8. [10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2023.130482]
De Pascale, Beatrice; Tataranni, Piergiorgio; Lantieri, Claudio; Bonoli, Alessandra; Sangiorgi, Cesare
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