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The University of Texas at Austin, US
Research in the realm of pavement science and engineering typically falls on a spectrum between fundamental scientific work and innovations in engineering practice. This talk presents the story of two different research efforts that originally started as fundamental scientific investigations and their transformation into implementable tools that benefit pavement performance. The first example is about transitioning from rheological indicators to inherent cracking resistance of asphalt binders. The second example is about extending pavement life using anti-oxidants.
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