Moisture Sensitivity In Asphalt Mixes : Causes, Cures and Case Studies
R50.00 – R650.00
How do you predict and, critically, prevent asphalt pavement failure due to moisture sensitivity? Our specialist presenters will provide solutions in the form of test methodologies, case studies and technologies to help you avoid potentially costly damage. Moisture susceptibility is a primary cause of distress in asphalt surfaced pavements. Asphalt mixes are susceptible to moisture if the internal bitumen-to-aggregate bond weakens in the presence of water. This weakening can result in stripping.
Join our workshop to understand and avoid long-term moisture stripping.
This webinar has been registered for CPD accreditation. CPD Certificate Number will be available on the day.
|DATE||Tuesday, 22 June 2021|
|TIME||10.00 – 13.00|
Who would benefit:
All Engineers, Technologists, Technicians, Students and all other interested parties involved with Road Infrastructure Construction, Asset Preservation and Road Maintenance.
|Programme Chairperson||Lee McNeil (Colas)|
|Session Introduction: Definition of Moisture Sensitivity (stripping, adhesion, de-bonding)||Eddie Bond – AECI|
|How do we test for moisture sensitivity||Joanne Muller – AECI Much Asphalt|
|Case Study – Wim Hofsink:||Wim Hofsink – WHCES|
|Case Study – Adhesion in Chip seals||Gerrie van Zyl – Mycube Asset Management|
|Latest Technology – AECI||Eddie Bond|
|Latest Technology – SOLN||Grant Wills|
|Latest Technology – IMCD||Lungelo Jaca|
|Latest Technology – Arkema||Eric Jorda|
|Latest Technology – Zydex||Mihil Ranka|
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Date: June 22, 2021
Start time: 10:00 a.m. SAST
End time: 01:00 p.m. SAST
Venue: Zoom Webinar
Phone: +27 (0) 21 531 2718