The Highway Engineering Laboratory of the Department of Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece, in conjunction with BERI (Built Environment Research Institute) of Ulster University, UK and CAIT (Center for Advance Infrastructure Technology) of The University of Mississippi, USA, and The University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) organize the 7th International Conference on Bituminous Mixtures and Pavements (7th ICONFBMP).

The 7th ICONFBMP is supported by the following Institutions, Associations, or Organizations: Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT), Transportation Research Board (TRB), ASCE-Geo Institute (G-I ASCE), Institute of Asphalt Technology (IAT), European Asphalt Pavement Association (EAPA), International Society for Asphalt Pavements (ISAP), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), International Society for Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Transport Infrastructures  (iSMARTi).

The 7th ICONFBMP is a continuation of six past Conferences organized successfully in the years 1992, 1996, 2002, 2007, 2011, and 2015.

CONFERENCE LANGUAGE

The languages of the Conference will be English and Greek, with simultaneous translation during all the works of the Conference.

Objectives

The objectives of the 7th International Conference are to present new developments, technologies, specifications and research activities worldwide, in bituminous materials and pavements. Also, to exchange ideas and experiences, to the benefit of those engaged in Highway and Airport Engineering and in particular design, construction, maintenance and pavement management, reclaimed and recycled materials as well as the production and use of materials and bituminous mixtures.

Conference Venue

The Conference will take place in Thessaloniki from Wednesday 12th to Friday 14th of June 2019, at the Hyatt Regency hotel, Thessaloniki.

During the three days of the Conference there will also be an exhibition area.

Committees

Chairman : Νikolaides Athanassios., Professor, ΑUTh, Greece
Members : Woodward Dave, Dr., Reader, Ulster University, U.K.
Uddin Waheed., Professor, University of Mississippi, U.S.A.
Papagiannakis A.T., Professor, University of Texas San Antonio, USA.
Pyrgidis Christos, Professor, ΑUTh, Greece
Kehagia Fotini, Assoc. Professor., AUTh, Greece
Manthos Evangelos, Assist. Professor, AUTh, Greece
Palantzas Georgios, Dr., AUTh, Greece
Gatoula Dimitra, AUTh, Greece
Chairman:
Woodside Alan, OBE, Prof., University of Ulster, UK
Vice-Chairman:
Mouratidis Anastatios, Prof., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece
Members:
Airey Gordon, Prof., University of Nottingham, UK
Al-Khalid Hussain, Dr., University of Liverpool, UK
Angelone Silvia, Prof., University of Rosario, Argentina
Blab Roland, Prof., Technical University of Vienna, Austria
Burrow Michael, Dr., Birmingham University, UK
Canestrari Francesco, Prof., Polytechnic University of Marche, Italy
Ceylan Halil, Prof., Iowa State University, USA
Chang Carlos, Assoc. Prof., The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Di Benedetto Herve, Prof., University of Lyon, ENTPE, France
Edmondson Vicki, Northcumbria University, UK
Eliou Nikolaos, Prof. University of Thessaly, (UTh) Greece
Evdorides Harris, Dr., University of Birmingham, UK
Ferreira Adelino, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Figueroa Ana Sofia, Assoc., Prof., De La Salle University, Colombia
Flintsch Gerardo, Prof., Virginia Tech., USA
Fortes Rita, Prof., Presbyterian University Mackenzie, Brazil
Fwa Tein Fang, Prof., National University of Singapore, Singapore
Gagnon Jeffrey, Manager, Airport Pavement R&D Section, FAA, USA
Goulias Dimitrios, Assoc. Prof., University of Maryland, USA
Hamzah Meor Othman, Prof., Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
Hunter Robert, Dr., Hunter & Edgar, UK
Jaritngam Saravut Assoc. Prof., Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Kaloush Kamil Elias, Assoc. Prof., Arizona State University, USA
Kehagia Fotini, Assoc. Prof., Aristotle University of thessaloniki, Greece
Kim Sonny S., Assoc. Prof., University of Georgia Athens, USA
Kokkalis Alexandros, Prof., Democretus University of Thace (DUTh), Greece
Lee Hosin ‘David’, Prof. University of Iowa, USA
Liu Xueyan, Dr., Senior Researcher, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Liu Zhuangzhuang, Assist. Prof., Chang’an University, China
Loizos Andreas, Prof., National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece
Losa Massimo, Prof., University of Pisa, Italy
Manthos Evangelos, Assist. Prof., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Marradi Alessandro, Assist. Prof., University of Pisa, Italy
Marsellos Nikolaos, Civil Engineer, MSc
Martinez Fernando, Prof., University of Rosario, Argentina
Masad Eyad, Prof., Texas A&M University of Qatar, Qatar
McNeil Sue, Prof., University of Delaware, USA
Mehta Yusuf, Prof., Rowan University, USA
Merighi Joao, Prof., Presbyterian University Mackenzie, Brazil
Millar Phillip, Dr., Ulster University, UK
Mintsis George, Prof., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece
Mohammad Louay, Prof., Louisiana State University, USA
Nicholls Cliff, Dr., TRL, UK
Nikolaides Athanassios, Prof., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece
Papagiannakis Athanasios, Prof., University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Park DaeWook, Prof., Kunsan National University, Korea
Pasetto Marco, Prof., University of Padova, Italy
Plati Christina, Assist.,Prof., National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece
Pratico Filippo, Assoc. Prof., Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Italy
Raab Christiane, EMPA, Switzerland
Rahim Ashraf M., Prof., California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, USA
Rahman Mujib, Brunel University, UK
Santagata Ezio, Prof., Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Scarpas Athanasios, Prof., Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Sebaaly Peter, Prof., University of Nevada, USA
Sengoz Burak, Assoc. Prof., Dokuz Aylul University, Turkey
Shankar Sabavath, Assist., Prof., National Institute of Technology Warangal, India
Singh Dharamveer, Assoc. Prof., Indian Insitute of Technology, Bombay, India
Slowik Mieczyslaw, Assoc. Prof., Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Steyn Wynand JvdM, Prof., University of Pretoria, South Africa
Swamy Aravind K., Assist. Prof., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Sybliski Dariusz, Prof., Road & Bridge Research Institute, Poland
Terzi Serdal, Prof., Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey
Tighe Susan, Prof., University of Waterloo, Canada
Tingle Jeb, US Army ERDC, USA
Uddin Waheed, Prof., University of Mississippi, USA
Valentin Jan, Assist. Prof., Technical University of Prague, Czech Republic
Varveri Aikaterini, Assist. Prof., Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Wang Kelvin, Prof., Oklahoma University, USA
Woodward Dave, Dr., Reader, Ulster University, UK

Topics

The topics of the conference are:

  • Bitumen, modified bitumen, bituminous emulsions.
  • Aggregates for unbound layers
  • Aggregates for asphalt mixtures
  • Subgrade and subgrade materials
  • Hot and cold asphalt mixtures (design, construction, testing, performance)
  • New methods and technologies for pavement design and construction in highways and airports
  • Maintenance, rehabilitation and stengthening of highway and airport pavements
  • Pavement surface characteristics (evenness, skid resistance, etc.)
  • Non-destructive methods for structural assessment and characteristics of pavements
  • Prediction models of pavement performance
  • Pavement recycling and alternative construction materials
  • Use of geotextiles in road construction and pavement maintenance
  • Safety at works and effects of roadworks to the environment
  • Highway and airport management systems, pavement management systems and network operation systems.
  • Street furniture, road marking materials and road safety
  • Sustainability and energy considerations of bituminous mixtures and pavements

Important Dates

The deadline dates are:

  • 16/3/2018

    Abstract

    Submission of abstract (150 words) until 16th March 2018

  • 23/3/2018

    Acceptance

    Acceptance of abstract 23th March 2018

  • 15/9/2018

    Draft Manuscript

    Submission of draft manuscript for evaluation until 15th September 2018

  • 15/01/2019

    Notification

    Acceptance and notification of draft paper for presentation until 15th January 2019

  • 15/02/2019

    Final Manuscript

    Submission of final manuscript until 15th February 2019

Registration

The registration fee for Delegates, Authors, Student delegates, and Companions are shown as below.

Payments before 12 April 2019

Delegates & Authors:
325
* Student Delegates :
150
Companions:
55

Payments after 12 April 2019

Delegates & Authors:
375
* Student Delegates :
200
Companions:
55

(*) Students (undergraduates or postgraduates) shall provide a confirmation letter from a teaching staff member.

The registration fee includes the Conference Proceedings, participation to FAA’s Workshop or other Workshops, lunches, refreshments during session breaks, and Conference’s Gala dinner on Thursday night. It doesn’t include Saturday’s or Sunday’s post-conference tour(s).
The Companion fee includes the Gala dinner and supporting Conference material (excluding Conference Proceedings).
The Registration may be carried out online or at the Registration desk. Early bird registration, before 12th of April 2019, has the advantage of lower fees as shown above.

Those wishing to register online are kindly asked to fill in the Registration Form which can be found by pressing: Registration form

Full instructions are provided when visiting the above link.

Additional information regarding registration, if needed, can be obtained by contacting: Global Events

Registration desk operating hours during the works of the Conference:

Tuesday:            14:00 to 18:00 (at the reception area/lobby of Hyatt Regency hotel)

Wednesday:      08.00 to 18:30 (at the entrance of the Conference area)

Thursday:          08.30 to 18:00 (at the entrance of the Conference area)

Friday:               08.30 to 18:00 (at the entrance of the Conference area)

Provisional Program

14:00 - 18:00

Welcome drink on behalf of the Chairman of the Conference to the Members of the Scientific and Organizing Committee (Hyatt Regency hotel)

08:00 - 9:30

11:45 - 12:00

13:30 - 15:00

Ballroom 1: Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Highway and Pavement Management Systems, Network operation systems

Epidavros : Poster Session

16:30 - 16:45

Ballroom 1 : Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

Epidavros : Poster Session

Ballroom 1 : Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

Epidavros : No Event

11:00 - 11:15

Ballroom 1 : Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

Epidavros : Workshop

13:15 - 14:30

Ballroom 1 : Highway and Pavement Management Systems, Network operation systems

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

Epidavros : FAA Workshop

16:00 - 16:15

Ballroom 1 : Pavement recycling, Geosynthetics

Ballroom 2 : Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

Ballroom 3 : Road safety, Road marking and street furniture

Epidavros : FAA Workshop

Ballroom 1 : Pavement recycling, Geosynthetics

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Poster Session

11:00 - 11:15

Ballroom 1 : Pavement recycling, Geosynthetics

Ballroom 2 : Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm, and cold)

Ballroom 3 : Poster Session

13:15 - 14:30

Events

On Thursday, 13 June 2019 from 14:30 to 17:45, a Workshop will be presented by FAA’s R&D Team. No participation fee is required. All registered participants to the 7th ICONBMP are welcome to attend it.

The topic of this workshop is “Airport pavement design-FAARFIELD 1.4” and the aim is to familiarize the attendees with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) recently developed software in airfield pavements.

In particular, FAARFIELD 1.41 (FAA Rigid and Flexible Iterative Elastic Layered Design) was introduced in November 2016.  FAARFIELD continues the “look and feel” of the FAA’s software FAARFIELD 1.3, but also includes significant changes.  The FAARFIELD design procedure is the FAA’s standard for airport pavement design and is included in the FAA’s new Advisory Circular 150/5320-6F, “Airport Pavement Design and Evaluation”.

This FAA software workshop is intended for airport operators, consultants,  and others with a practical interest in airport pavement design.  Participants in the workshop will:

1.   Learn the principles of pavement design & pavement analysis using FAA software including FAARFIELD 1.4.
2.   Experience hands-on demonstrations of the FAARFIELD software, with examples.
3.   Understand the major difference between FAARFIELD and previous FAA design procedures.

It is highly recommended that workshop participants bring their own laptops so they can install FAARFIELD to follow along through the training and pavement design examples.

The title of the Workshop on Thurday, 13 June 2019 from 11:15 to 13:15, will be announced soon.

During the works of the Conference there will be an exhibition area where companies and Organizations will exhibit their products and activities.

On Tuesday, 11 June 2019, at 20:00h, the Chairman of the Conference welcomes the Members of the Scientific and Organizing Committee at the foyer of Hyatt Regency hotel.

 

On Thursday evening, 13 June 2019, at 21:00h, a Galla dinner is provided by the Organizing Committee to all participants, Companions and invited  guests.

On Saturday, 15 June 2019, there will be an organized daily tour to a place/site that will be announced soon.

 

On Sunday, 16 June 2019, upon demand, there will be an organized tour to monuments and sites of interests of the city of Thessaloniki. More information regarding the tour will be announced soon.

Accomodation

Thessaloniki has a wide selection of hotels of all categories. The Organizing Committee provides special participant’s prices at Hyatt Regency hotel (Conference venue) as well as other selective hotels. The recommended hotels and rates are shown below.

CATHOTELRATE FOR SINGLE RATE FOR DOUBLE
5 * HYATT REGENCY
(Conference venue)
Garden view
Pool view
 

142
167


155
180
5 * MEDITERRANEAN PALACE
Classical double room
Superior double room

105
115

120
130
4 * CITY HOTEL
Inner view
City view
 
80
95

80
95
3 * ASTORIA HOTEL
Budget
City view
 
60
70
 
70
80
3 * LUXEMBOURG HOTEL 5972

Information

Conference Location

Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki
13 kilometres -Perea, Thermi 570 01

SecretarIate Office

Tel1: +30 2310 995804
Tel2: +30 2310 995835
Fax: +30 2310 995789
mail : 7iconfbmp@civil.auth.gr

Post mail address

Highway Engineering Laboratory of AUTh
Department of Civil Engineering
University of Thessaloniki
541 24 Thessaloniki
Greece

Submissions

Submit the Abstract/Paper

Submit the Abstract (max. 150 words), in MS Word file, or the manuscript of the paper, in MS Word file* and PDF*, to the e-mail below:

7iconfbmp@civil.auth.gr 

Instructions

Instructions for writting the manuscript of the paper can be found in the link below:

CRC Press

* The file name should start with the paper Reference number followed by the surname of the the first Author (e.g P-100_Smith)

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Sponsors

Sponsors will be anounced soon.

Exhibitors

Exhibitors will be announced soon.

Past Conferences

Session I: Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

1. STATISTICAL METHODS FOR EVALUATING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SELECTED FOAMED BITUMEN PARAMETERS, A. Chomicz-Kowalska, Poland

2. DOUBLE-EDGE-NOTCHED TENSION TESTING OF ASPHALT CEMENT FOR THE CONTROL OF CRACKING IN FLEXIBLE ASPHALT PAVEMENTS, M. Paliukaite, M. Verigin, S.A.M. Hesp, Canada

3. VISCOELASTIC CONTINUUM DAMAGE ANALYSIS OF POLYMER MODIFIED ASPHALT IN THE CYCLIC SEMI-CIRCULAR BENDING TEST, I.M. Lancaster & H.A. Khalid, United Kingdom

4. ASSESSMENT OF LINEAR AND NONLINEAR VISCOELASTIC RESPONSES OF WARM-MIX ASPHALT BINDERS, M. Sadeq, E. Masad, H. Al-Khalid, O. Sirin, United Kingdom

5. HOT STAGE PROCESSING OF STEEL SLAG AND THE BENEFITS FOR BITUMINOUS MIXTURES, I.G. Liapis, A. Chasiotis, Greece

6. PERMANENT DEFORMATION OF STABILIZED SUBGRADE SOILS, J.M. Rasul, G.S. Ghataora, M.P.N. Burrow, United Kingdom

7. STUDY OF MINERAL FILLER EFFECT ON ASPHALT MIXTURES PROPERTIES, E. Remisova, Slovakia

8. IN SITU SERVICE CAPABILITY OF TACK COATS, C. Raab, M.N. Partl, Switzerland

9. INVESTIGATING RHEOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF WMA ADDITIVES BY MEANS OF A VISCOMETER AND A NEWLY DESIGNED WORKABILITY DEVICE, M. Ateş, S. Temel, P.H. Öz, H.J. Köroğlu, Turkey

10. EVALUATION OF PREDICTIVE MODELS FOR THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PAVING ASPHALT BINDERS, F. O. Martinez, S. M. Angelone, M. Cauhape Casaux, Argentina

11. INVESTIGATION OF THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT BINDER MODIFIED WITH SASOBIT,  M. Hasaninia, M. Molayem, M. Ameri, R. Dourandish, Iran

12. INVESTIGATION ON THE PHYSICAL AND RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF ACRYLATE-STYRENE-ACRYLONITRILE POLYMER AND NANO ALUMINUM OXIDE MODIFIED ASPHALT BINDERS NANO ALUMINUM OXIDE MODIFIED ASPHALT BINDERS, S. I. Albrka Ali, A. Ismail, N. I.Md. Yusoff, Malaysia

13. EFFECT OF POLYMER TYPE ON IMPROVING RHEOLOGICAL PARAMETERS RELATED TO RUTTING RESISTANCE OF ASPHALT BINDERS, K. Al-Adham, H. Al-Abdul Wahhab, Saudi Arabia

14. PERFORMANCE OF POLYMER AND CRUMB RUBBER MODIFIED ASPHALT BINDERS SUBJECTED TO HIGH STRESSES IN MULTIPLE STRESS CREEP RECOVERY TEST, A. V. Kataware, D. Singh, India

15. FATIGUE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF WARM-MODIFIED BITUMINOUS BINDERS, D.M. Abd, H. Al-Khalid, United Kingdom

16. THE PERFORMANCE OF BITUMEN MASTICS WITH THE ADDITION OF FLY ASH, A. Djurekovic, G. Mladenovic, Serbia

17. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERISTICS OF SLOW BREAKING CATIONIC EMULSIONS USED FOR COLD WASTE ASPHALT RECYCLING, D. Lepadatu & L. Judele, Romania

18. EFFECT OF POLYPHOSPHORIC ACID ON HIGH-TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES OF BITUMENS FROM DIFFERENT CRUDE SOURCES, A.L. Faxina, T.F. Pamplona, F.P. Sobreiro, G.T.P. Fabbri, Brazil

Session II: Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

1. BRIDGE DECK ASPHALT PLUG JOINTS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS, N. Ghafoori, M. Sharbaf, USA

2. EVALUATION OF TRIAXIAL GEOGRIDS FOR REDUCTION OF BASE THICKNESS IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS, N. Ghafoori, M. Sharbaf, USA

3. A STATE OF THE ART REVIEW INTO THE USE OF GEOPOLYMER CEMENT FOR ROAD APPLICATIONS, A. Wilkinson, D. Woodward, B. Magee, S. Tretsiakova-McNally, United Kingdom

4. THE STATE OF POTHOLE MANAGEMENT IN UK LOCAL AUTHORITY, F.Saeed, S. Qamariatul, M. Rahman, A. Woodside, United Kingdom

5. USE OF 3D MODELING TO ASSESS POTHOLE GROWTH, G. McQuaid, P. Millar & D. Woodward, United Kingdom

6. RECENT MODIFICATIONS TO THE 1993 AASHTO EQUATIONS FOR FORWARD-CALCULATING SUBGRADE AND PAVEMENT MODULI, M. Livneh, Israel

7. ADDITIONAL ISSUES CONCERNING RECENT MODIFIED 1993 AASHTO EQUATIONS (AASHTOLIV) FOR ANALYZING MEASURED DEFLECTION BOWLS, M. Livneh, Israel

8. EVALUATION OF THE AASHTO PAVEMENT ME SOFTWARE FOR THE CONTROL OF THERMAL CRACKING, B.C. Ghimire, S.A.M. Hesp, Canada

9. APPRAISAL OF MECHANISTIC-EMPIRICAL PAVEMENT DESIGN GUIDE FOR HIGHWAYS BEING IMPLEMENTED IN THE UNITED STATES AND COMPLEMENTARY NEEDS FOR PAVEMENT ASSET MANAGEMENT, W. Uddin, USA

10. LESSONS LEARNED ABOUT SUCCESSFUL FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS, C. M. Chang , O. González, P. Krugler, USA

11. COMPARISON OF CLUSTERING APPROACHES ON TEMPERATURE ZONES FOR PAVEMENT DESIGN, A. Kumar & A. K. Swamy, India

12. EFFECTS OF LOW VEHICLE SPEED ON THE SERVICE LIFE TIME OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS, A. Walther, I. Isailović, Germany

13. FORMULATION OF A THICKNESS DESIGN EQUATION FOR ASPHALT OVERLAY USING MEPDG PROGRAM, V. P. Le, H. J. Lee, H. M. Park, J. M. Flores, S. Lee, South Korea

14. WHY AND WHEN TO CONSIDER ALTERNATE FLEXIBLE AND RIGID PAVEMENT DESIGNS IN A BIDDING PROCESS?, C. M. Chang, O. González, A.Wimsatt, USA

15. STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION WITH THINNER LAYERS, E. Jellema, M. Kowalczyk, W. C. Vonk, The Netherlands 

Session III: Bituminous mixtures (Hot, warm and cold), Specifications

1. THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF AGING AND MOISTURE CONDITIONING ON THE INDIRECT TENSILE STRENGTH, FLOW AND FRACTURE ENERGY OF WARM MIX ASPHALT, M.O. Hamzah, B. Golchin,J. Voskuilen, Malaysia

2. STUDY OF WARM ASPHALT ADDITIVES ON BITUMEN BINDERS AND MIXTURE PROPERTIES, S.K. Nikolova, A.D. Nikolov, Bulgaria

3. EVALUATION OF FRACTURE RESISTANCE OF WMA MIXES USING SEMI-CIRCULAR BENDING TEST, S. F. Chitragar, D. Singh, India

4. INVESTIGATION ON LOW TEMPERATURE LIMITING CRITERIA FOR ASPHALT MIXTURE, A. Cannone Falchetto, K. H. Moon, M. P. Wistuba, M. O. Marasteanu, Germany

5. LABORATORY EVALUATION OF CLOGGING BEHAVIOR OF POROUS ASPHALT PAVEMENTS, Emiko Lim, T. F. Fwa, K. H. Tan, Singapore

6. DETERMINATION OF THE SCUFFING RESISTANCE OF POROUS ASPHALT USING ANNEX A OF prTS 12697-50 (the ARTe), Maarten M.J. Jacobs, Rémy C.M.A. van den Beemt en Mark H.T. Frunt, The Netherlands

7. INVESTIGATING THE PACKING CONDITION OF POROUS ASPHALT MIXTURE (PAM) USING DISCRETE ELEMENT METHOD (DEM), M. J. Chen, Y.D. Wong, Singapore 

8. INTERNATIONAL USE OF RUBBERIZED ASPHALT OPEN GRADED FRICTION COURSE, G. B. Way, K.E. Kaloush, K. P. Biligiri, J. Sousa, A. Pinto, R. Cao, USA

9. FIBER REINFORCED ASPHALT CONCRETE: PERFORMANCE TESTS AND PAVEMENT DESIGN CONSIDERATION, K.E. Kaloush, B. S. Underwood, W. A. Zeiada, J. Stempihar, USA

10. DEVELOPMENT OF DURABLE STRUCTURAL ASPHALT MIXTURES FOR THE UK TRUNK ROAD NETWORK, I. Artamendi, B. Allen, P. Phillips, United Kingdom

11. AN ASPHALT CONCRETE APPLICATION FOR HIGH-SPEED RAILWAY IN CHINA, E. Yang, Y. Qiu, Q. Luo, K. C.P. Wang, China

12. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF HMAC ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXES, V. Haritonovs, J. Tihonovs. M. Zaumanis, Latvia

13. ASPHALT CONCRETE FOR VERY THIN LAYERS: QUALITY CONTROL DATA COLLECTED DURING CONSTRUCTION AND PERFORMANCE AFTER EIGHT YEARS IN SERVICE, A. Nikolaides, Greece

14. FATIGUE CHARACTERISATION OF FULL-SCALE PAVEMENTS USING VISCOELASTIC CONTINUUM DAMAGE APPROACH FOR QATAR, H. Sadek, E. Masad, H. Al-Khalid, O. Sirin, United Kingdom

15. A NEW APPROACH IN FATIGUE TESTING AND EVALUATION OF HOT MIX ASPHALT USING A DYNAMIC SHEAR RHEOMETER, T.M. Ahmed, H. Al- Khalid, United Kingdom

16. EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF CRACK PROPAGATION IN ASPHALT MIXTURE BASED ON PHOTOELASTICITY, S. Büchler, A.Cannone Falchetto, M.P.Wistuba, Germany

17. MEASUREMENT OF FLEXURAL DISPLACEMENT AND STRAIN IN BENDING TEST BASED ON DIGITAL IMAGE ANALYSIS, H. Zhao, S. Gu, J. Ling, Y. Peng, China

18. INVESTIGATION OF ASPHALT RECOVERY PROPERTIES IN FATIGUE TEST WITH SINGLE REST PERIOD, I. Isailovic, A.Cannone Falchetto, M.P.Wistuba, Germany

19. FATIGUE CHARACTERIZATION OF MODIFIED ASPHALT CONCRETES BY MEANS OF DISSIPATED ENERGY APPROACHES, M. Pasetto, N. Baldo, Italy

20. DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW AGGREGATE-BINDER ADHESION TEST METHOD, A. H.A.A. Al-Haddad, H. Al-Khalid, United Kingdom

21. EVALUATION OF AGING IN ASPHALT CORES AT ROOM TEMPERATURE USING LOW FIELD NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE, I. Menapace, E. Masad, G. Papavassiliou, E. Kassem, Qatar

22. INFLUENCE OF COMPACTION METHOD ON STIFFNESS PERFORMANCE OF ASPHALT SPECIMENS, P. Georgiou, A. Loizos, A. Leventis, Greece

23. EVALUATION OF RUTTING RESISTANCE OF RUBBERIZED GAP-GRADED ASPHALT MIXTURES, E. Santagata, O. Baglieri, M. Alam, M. Lanotte, P.P. Riviera, Italy

24. SIMULATION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE PLASTIC DEFORMATION BEHAVIOR, A.T. Papagiannakis, H. Zelelew, E. Mahmoud, USA

25. EFFECT OF INTERLAYER BONDING ON PAVEMENT RESPONSE UNDER DYNAMIC LOAD IN PRESENCE OF ASPHALT CONCRETE CROSS-ANISOTROPY, M.U. Ahmed, R.A. Tarefder, A. Rahman, USA

26. ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK MODELLING OF ASPHALT CONCRETE’S MECHANICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCED WITH USING WASTE GRANITE FILLER, H. Akbulut, C. Gürer, S. Çetin, M. Caner, A. Elmacı, Turkey

27. ASPHALT MIXTURES IMPROVED BY THE USE OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, V. Blanco López, R. Casado Barrasa, E. Sáez Caballero, C. Martín-Portugués Montoliu, Spain

28. INVESTIGATION OF MOISTURE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN HOT-MIX ASPHALT CONCRETE, A. Rahim, T. Nguyen, USA

29. INVESTIGATION ON BINDER-AGGREGATE ADHESIVITY USING A NANOTECHNOLOGY CHEMICALLY REACTIVE SILANE ADDITIVES BASED AGENT, D. Sybilski, M. P. Wistuba, W. Bankowski, S. Buechler, P. Heinrich, Poland

30. ADDRESSING DURABILITY OF ASPHALT CONCRETE BY SELF-HEALING MECHANISM, R. Casado Barrasa, V. Blanco López, C. Martín-Portugués Montoliu, V. Contreras Ibáñez, F. Pedrajas, J. Santarén, Spain

31. AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON THE INFLUENCE OF HYDRATED LIME ON ASPHALT MIXTURES (A CASE STUDY IN IRAN), N. Oroujzadeh, H. Sabbagh, Iran

32. PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF LIME ON STONE MASTIC ASPHALT MIXTURES WORKABILITY, G. Betti, U. Pinori, A. Marradi, Italy

33. UPDATE ON NEW AND FUTURE CEN ASPHALT TEST METHODS, J. C. Nicholls, K. Lind, United Kingdom

34. INFLUENCE OF SODIUM CHLORIDE AND POTASSIUM FORMATE AS DEICING AGENTS ON ASPHALT MIXTURE DURABILITY, S. Anastasio, I. Hoff, C. Thodesen, Norway

35. THE EFFECT OF MONTAN WAXES ON THE MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE OF AN ASPHALT RUBBER MIXTURE, A.M. Rodríguez-Alloza, J. Gallego, Spain

36. USING TINCAL AND COLEMANITE WASTES IN BITUMINOUS HOT MIXTURES AS FILLER, C. Gürer, G.Ş. Selman, Turkey

37. ASSESSING TEMPERATURE REDUCTION POTENTIAL OF VARIOUS ADDITIVES ON BINDER AND ASPHALT MIX LEVEL FOR MASTIC ASPHALT, B. Hofko, M. Dimitrov, M. Hospodka, Austria 

Session IV: Highway and Pavement Management Systems, Network operation systems

1. NETWORK-LEVEL PAVEMENT LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT TOOL, J. Cirilovic, G. Mladenovic, C.A. Queiroz, Serbia

2. TRANSPORT OF OVERSIZE/OVERWEIGHT VEHICLES ALONG THE EGNATIA MOTORWAY. BASIC ELEMENTS OF A FUTURE PERMIT FEE POLICY, A. Kokkalis, P. Panetsos, Greece

3. PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT: DATA CENTRIC RULES AND UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT IN SECTION CLASSIFICATION BY A FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM, M. Mahmood, M. Rahman, S. Mathavan, L. Nolle, United Kingdom

Session V: Pavement recycling, Geosynthetics

1. FIRST TRIAL TO DESIGN UP TO 50% RECYCLED HOT MIX ASPHALT IN LATVIA, R. Izaks, V. Haritonovs, M. Zaumanis, Latvia

2. INFLUENCE OF RECLAIMED ASPHALT CONTENT ON ASPHALT MIX CHARACTERISTICS DOPED BY SELECTED REJUVENATORS, P. Vacková, J. Valentin, Czech Republic

3. MIX DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ASPHALT WEARING COURSES WITH HIGH RECLAIMED ASPHALT CONTENT, G. Canon Falla, A. Blasl, R. Millow, D. Lo Presti, Germany

4. STIFFNESS AND FATIGUE PERFORMANCE OF AC20 RECYCLED MIXTURES WITH 25% AND 50% RAP, E. Manthos, A.Nikolaides, Greece

5. EFFECTS OF USING RECLAIMED ASPHALT AND/OR LOWER TEMPERATURE ASPHALT ON AVAILABILITY OF ROAD NETWORK, J. C. Nicholls, M. Wayman, K. Mollenhauer, C. McNally, A. Tabakovi, A. Varveri, S. Cassidy, R. Shahmohammadie, R. Taylor, United Kingdom

6. INFLUENCE OF RECLAIMED ASPHALT CONTENT ON THE COMPLEX MODULUS OF CEMENT BITUMEN TREATED MATERIALS, C. Godenzoni, A. Graziani, M. Bocci, Italy

7. FIELD VALIDATION OF HOT-RECYCLED POROUS ASPHALT CONTAINING 20% RAP, F. Frigio, E. Pasquini, F. Canestrari, Italy

8. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF HOT RECYCLED MIXTURES CONTAINING SBS MODIFIED BINDER, A. Stimilli, G. Ferrotti, D. Radicioni, F. Canestrari, Italy

9. MOISTURE DAMAGE AND LOW TEMPERATURE CRACKING OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES MADE WITH RECYCLED AGGREGATES, M. Pasetto, N. Baldo, Italy

10. EVALUATION OF LABORATORY AND FIELD WARM MIX ASPHALT MIXTURES WITH HIGH CONTENTS OF RECLAIMED ASPHALT PAVEMENT, T.A. Ahmed & H. Lee, C.M. Baek, USA

11. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT DEMONSTRATED BY CARBON FOOTPRINT OF COLD RECYCLING PAVEMENT TECHNOLOGY, V. Snizek, J. Valentin, M. Engels, Czech Republic

12. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT ON THE USE OF SCRAP GLASS TO PRODUCE ASPHALT MIXTURES, E. Manthos, G. Ridondelli, G. Betti, A. Marradi, Italy

13. POLYESTER GEOGRIDS AS ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT – A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION FOR PAVEMENT REHABILITATION,  Fabiana Leite-Gembus, Bernd Thesseling, Germany

14. ANALYSIS OVER THE USE OF REINFORCED FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT WITH STEEL MESH IN CLIMBING LANES, A.F.B. Ressutte, R.M. Fortes, C.Y. Suzuki, J.B.R. da Silva, Brazil

Session VI: Pavement assessment, Surface characteristics

1. ACCELERATED PAVEMENT TESTING PROGRAM WITH THE MOBILE LOAD SIMULATOR MLS10 – TEMPERATURE ANALYSIS, B. Wacker, Germany

2. STATE-OF-THE-ART OF TRAFFIC SPEED DEFLECTOMETER (TSD), J. A. Krarup, Denmark

3. TEMPERATURE CORRECTION OF HMA MODULI BASED ON IN SITU PAVEMENT DATA, A. Loizos, V. Papavasiliou, C. Plati, C. Tsaimou, Greece

4. MEASURED PAVEMENT RESPONSES UNDER FALLING/HEAVY WEIGHT DEFLECTOMETER AND HEAVY AIRCRAFT GEAR LOADINGS, J. S. Gagnon, A. Larkin, USA

5. MODELING OF PAVEMENT ROUGHNESS PERFORMANCE USING THE LTPP DATABASE FOR SOUTHERN REGION IN THE U.S., Z. F. Mohamed Jaafar, M. Ahlan, W. Uddin, USA

6. A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH FOR THE ESTIMATION OF HMA DYNAMIC MODULUS FOR IN SERVICE PAVEMENTS, K. Georgouli, M. Pomoni, B. Cliatt, A. Loizos, Greece

7. USE OF NEURAL NETWORKS ENHANCED DIFFERENTIAL EVOLUTION FOR BACKCALCULATING ASPHALT CONCRETE VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES FROM FALLING WEIGHT DEFLECTOMETER TIME SERIES DATA, K. Gopalakrishnan, S. Kim, H. Ceylan, O. Kaya, USA

8. PELT BASED DYNAMIC SEGMENTATION FOR NETWORK LEVEL PAVEMENT EVALUATION WITH 1MM 3D DATA, Q. Li, K. C.P. Wang, G.W. Yang, USA

Session VII: Road safety, Road marking and street furniture

1. PAVEMENT SKID RESISTANCE VERSUS APPROPRIATE SIGNAGE TO TACKLE THE VISIBILITY PROBLEM ON MOTORWAY FAST LANES ALONG TIGHT LEFT CURVES, A. Kokkalis, A. Athanasopoulou, G. Kollaros, Greece

2. BRIGHTER AND BETTER ALL-WEATHER ROAD MARKINGS IN MALAYSIA, M. H. Harun, N. S. Mohamad Noh, W. R. Wan Hanafi, Malaysia

3. SAFETY AUDIT USING OPERATING SPEEDS V85 AT RURAL ROAD IN NORTHERN GREECE, G. Mintsis, S. Basbas, C. Taxiltaris, N. Domoktsis, K. Labropoulou, Greece

4. THE CONTRIBUTION OF ROUNDABOUTS TO ROAD SAFETY: THE CASE OF 4 ROUNDABOUTS IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THERMI GREECE, D. Spanou, F. Kehagia, M. Pitsiava-Latinopoulou, Greece

Poster Session

1. ASPHALT BRIDGE DECK PAVEMENT BEHAVIOR, THE EGNATIA EXPERIENCE, A. Kokkalis, P. Panetsos, Greece

2. INNOVATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE, F. Kehagia, K. Chondrospyros, Greece

3. A MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL FOR DEVELOPING A RAP BINDER BLENDING CHART FOR STIFFNESS PREDICTION, S. Bressi, A.G. Dumont, A. Carter, N. Bueche, Switzerland

4. ASSESSMENT OF GENERIC POTHOLE REPAIR MATERIALS, J. C. Nicholls, K. Kubanek, C. Karcher, A. Hartmann, A. Adesiyun, A. Ipavec, J. Komacka, E. Nielsen, United Kingdom

5. QUALITY CONTROL IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT LAYERS, B.G. Pecheny, A.D. Nikolov, Bulgaria

6. LABORATORY STUDY OF EVALUATING DIRECT TENSILE PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT MIXTURES ON REFLECTIVE CRACKS,M. Khadem, R. Farahi, Iran

7. EFFECTS OF BONUS PROVISIONS ON HMA SUPERPAVE MIXTURE SPECIFICATIONS THROUGH PAY FACTOR ANALYSIS, S.S. Karimi, D. G. Goulias, C. W. Schwartz, USA

8. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF ROMANIAN MODIFIED BITUMENS USING THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMER SBS, L. Judele, D. Lepadatu, Romania

9. PLASTIC FINES OF ROAD CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS TESTED USING THE METHYLENE BLUE METHOD, A. Athanasopoulou G. Kollaros, A. Kokkalis, Greece

10. STIFFNESS AND COMPLEX MODULUS OF COLD RECYCLED MIXES WITH DIFFERENT BINDER COMBINATIONS, Z. Čížková, J. Suda, J. Valentin, O. Krpálek, Czech Republic

11. MAINTENANCE STRATEGY FOR THE PROVINCIAL ROAD NETWORK OF XANTHI, GREECE, G. Kollaros A. Kokkalis, A. Athanasopoulou, Greece

12. EVALUATION PARAMETERS OF IMPACT SOUNDING SIGNALS FOR INTERFACE CONDITION ASSESSMENT OF CONCRETE BRIDGE DECKS, C. Amor Rosales, H. J. Lee, J. Baek, W. Kim, J. Jeong, South Korea

13. DETERMINING THE ALLOWABLE CONTENT OF RAP IN HMA USING THE BLENDING CHARTS AND RAP MORTAR PROPERTIES, C. Riccardi, P. Leandri, M. Losa, Italy

14. EXPERIENCE WITH DESIGNING AND IN-SITU VERIFICATION OF COLD EMULSIFIED MIXES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, J. Suda, J. Valentin, Czech Republic

15. EVALUATION OF APPLICABILITY OF RESIDUAL PRODUCTS FROM SOLVENT DEASPHALTING PROCESS OF HEAVY OIL REFINING AS A BINDER FOR ASPHALT PAVEMENT, S.D. Hwang, C.M. Baek, S.L. Yang, J.H. Im, South Korea

General papers

1.    HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF PAVEMENTS DEVELOPMENT, Em.Prof. Tsohos G., GR
2.     THE POTENTIAL USE OF CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION MIXES IN IRELAND , Woodside A., Woodward D., Mcllhinney J., United Kingdom
3.     LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PAVEMENT SYSTEMS , Prof. Uddin W., USA
4.     BEST PRACTICE GUIDE FOR RECYCLING INTO SURFACE COURSES , Nicholls J. C., Carswell  I., Widyatmoko I., Harris J., Taylor R., United Kingdom
5.   CRACKING OF ASPHALT MIXTURES CONTAINING BOTTOM ASH WASTE LINKED TO VISCO-ELASTIC DAMAGE MECHANICS ANALYSIS , Dr. Khalid H. A., Hassan M. M., United Kingdom
6.   PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM: AN ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TOOL TO ENGINEERS, AUTHORITIES AND INVESTORS , Prof. Nikolaides A. F., Greece
7.   ASSESSMENT OF THE TWELVE YEARS OF THE INTER-LABORATORY MIX ASPHALT PROGRAM IN BRAZIL , Prof. Fortes R. M., Merighi J. V., Barbosa S. H. F., Assali M. P., Barbosa Jr. A. S., Brazil
8.   STATE OF THE ART OF MICROMECHANICAL MODELING OF ASPHALT CONCRETES , Prof. Papagiannakis A. T., USA
9.   ASPHALT AT LOWERED TEMPERATURES , Prof. De Winne E., De Backer H., Bogaert D., De Winne P., Vasteenkiste S., De Visscher J., Belgium

Bituminous binders, Unbound materials

1.  PERFORMANCE OF CRUMB RUBBER MODIFIED BINDERS AND ASPHALTS, Neutag L., Beckedahl H. J., Germany
2.   CONVENTIONAL VERSUS SUPERPAVE ASPHALT BINDER CHARACTERIZATION , Mirza M. W. Ali Rizvi M., Abbas Z., Pakistan
3.   EFFECT OF ADDING POLYMER ON THE ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF LOCAL BITUMEN BY CONVENTIONAL TESTING , Tanvir I. Q., Kareem A. J., Pakistan
4.   THE INVESTIGATION OF RUBBER MODIFIED BITUMEN AS A BINDER FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ASPHALT MIXTURE , Lukač B. A, Zupancic Valant A., Slovenia
5.   KINETICS OF BITUMINOUS PHASE DECOMPOSITION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES , Kringos N., Scarpas T., Schmets A., Pauli T.,  Netherlands
6.   INVESTIGATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF CONVENTIONAL AND POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN , Tušar M., Šušteršič E., Kalman B., Slovenia, Sweden
7.   THE EFFECT OF SBS POLYMER CONTENT ON TECHNICAL, TECHNOLOGICAL, AND RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMENS AND POLYMER ASPHALT CONCRETES , Zolotariov V. A., Maliar V., Lapchenko A., Ukraine
8.   RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS BINDERS IN REPEATED CREEP-RECOVERY AND OSCILLATORY TESTS , Fiedler J., Bureš P., Largeaud S., Czech Republic
9.   RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ASPHALT BINDERS MODIFIED WITH POLYPHOSPHORIC ACID , Faxina A. L., Furlan A. P., Brazil
10.   PERFORMANCE PROPERTIES OF FAST PYROLYSIS BIO-OILS MODIFIED ASPHALT , Raouf M. A., Williams R. C, USA
11.   THE INFLUENCE OF THE LOW-VISCOSITY MODIFIER ON SELECTED= , Iwański M., Mazurek G., Poland
12.   LINEAR VISCOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF BLENDED ASPHALT , Padmarekha A., Krishnan J. M., India
13.   SHELL THIOPAVE™ SULPHUR EXTENDED ASPHALT MODIFIER , Nicholls J. C., United Kingdom
14.   PREDICTING THE WEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF IRISH LIMESTONE AC MIXES , Friel S., Woodward D., Woodside A., United Kingdom
15.   THE SPECIFIC SURFACE OF MINERAL FILLERS AND THEIR FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES , Grabowski W., Wilanowicz J., Poland
16.   ON THE SOUNDNESS AND OTHER PHYSICOMECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CRUSHED AGGREGATES FROM CYPRUS USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE , Ioannou I. Fournari R., Petrou M. F., Vrahimis S., Cyprus
17.    ASSESSMENT OF POLISHING BEHAVIOUR OF SAND USING THE TEST DEVICE ACCORDING TO WEHNER/SCHULZE , Kirchmaier L., Blab R., Austria
18.   USE OF ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE SLAG IN THIN SKID-RESISTANT SURFACING , Likoydis S., Liapis I., Greece
19 PROPERTIES OF AN EAF SLAG PRODUCED IN GREECE: A CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH , Xirouchakis D., Manolakou V., Greece
20.   PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS OF REALISTICALLY CURED LIME-TREATED OXFORD CLAY CAPPING LAYERS FOR ANALYTICAL PAVEMENT DESIGN , Papadimitriou G., Rogers C. D. F., Boardman D. I., Eskioglou P., Greece
21.   THE ESTIMATION OF THE RESILIENT MODULUS OF SUBGRADE SOILS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS , Martinez F., Angelone S., Argentina

Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

1.   COMPARISON OF MECHANISTIC-EMPIRICAL AND EMPIRICAL FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT DESIGN PROCEDURES OF AASHTO: A CASE STUDY , Mashayekhi M., Ali Amini A., Behbahani H., Nobakht S., Iran
2.   ON THE VARIATION OF REQUIRED ASPHALT THICKNESS WITH SUBGRADE MODULUS: A REALITY OR AN ILLUSION? Livneh M, Israel.,
3 THERMAL STRESSES OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT WITH TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS USING STIFFNESS MATRIX METHOD , Zhong Y., China
4IDENTIFICATION OF OVERLOADED HEAVY GOODS VEHICLES USING VEHICLE SPEEDS ON UPHILLS, Mintsis G., Basbas S., Kokkalis A., Taxiltaris Ch., Greece
5.   COMMERCIAL VEHICLES FLEET ANALYSIS CONSIDERING AXLE LOADS DISTRIBUTION , Marcon A. F., Moraes M. S. N., Trichês G., Brazil
6.   A LABORATORY INVESTIGATION ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CEMENT-BITUMEN COMPOSITES FOR SEMI-FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT SURFACING , Koting S., Karim M. R., Mahmud H., Malaysia
7.   MODELLING OF CRACK GROWTH IN PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION , Norrison H., Australia
8.   CONSTRUCTION OF A GRAVEL ROAD USING BAUXITE RESIDUE , Mouratidis A., Kehagia F., Greece
9.   A STUDY ON SPECIMENS SIZE EFFECT ON SHEAR STRENGTH PARAMETERS OF BASALT AGGREGATES FOR UNBOUND LAYERSNúñez W. P., Malysz R., BicaA. V. D., Ceratti J.A. P., Brazil
10INVESTIGATION OF DIFFERENT DOWEL AND PAVEMENT PARAMETERS ON JOINT LOCKUP, Al Humeidawi B.\H., Parthasarathi M., United Kingdom
11.  STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT OF IN-SERVICE DOWELED CONCRETE PAVEMENT JOINTS, Rahman M., Stonecliffe Jones M., Evans R., United Kingdom
12.   IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY FOR EXISTING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS ON STATE HIGHWAYS IN THE STATE OF KARNATAKA, INDIA , Ram Mohan Rao P., Venkat R. S, India
13.   A HOLISTIC CONCEPT TO ASSESS PAVEMENT DISTRESS , Mouratidis A., Papageorgiou G., Greece
14.   REPORTING OF AIRPORT PAVEMENT BEARING CAPACITY , Loizos A., Plati C., Papavasiliou V., Armeni A., Greece
15.   THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ASPHALT OVERLAY TO THE STRUCTURAL CONDITION OF COLD IN- PLACE RECYCLED PAVEMENTS , 7. Papavasiliou V., Plati C., Loizos A., Greece

Bituminous mixtures

1.   3D VISCOELASTIC LINEAR AND NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF ASPHALT MIXTURES , Nguyen Q. T., Di Benedetto H., Sauzéat C., France
2.   LABORATORY STUDY OF AIR VOID AND TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON HMA FRICTION PROPERTIES , Khasawneh M. A., Liang R.Y., USA
3.   EFFECT OF AGGREGATE TYPE AND RATE OF TEMPERATURE CHANGE ON FRACTURE STRENGTH OF ASPHALT CONCRETE , Qadir A., Guler M., Turkey
4.   LABORATORY RESULTS OBTAINED FOR AN AIRPORT ASPHALT MIXTURE , Romanescu C., Racanel C., Petcu C., Romania
5.   MIX DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CRM-MODIFIED ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXTURES , Losa M., Leandri P., Bacci R., Italy
6.   COMPARISON OF RESISTANCE OF ASPHALTS TO PERMANENT DEFORMATION DETERMINED ACCORDING TO EMPIRICAL AND FUNDAMENTAL TEST , Komacka J., Remisova E., Bezilla T., Slovakia
7.   MASTER CURVES OF RUTTING FACTOR FOR BITUMINOUS BINDERS , Agostinacchio M., Ciampa D., Diomedi M., Olita S., Italy
8.   RUTTING BEHAVIOUR OF WEARING COURSE MIXTURES IN SEVERE TEMPERATURE AND LOADING CONDITIONS , Santagata E., Riviera P. P., Dalmazzo D., Italy
9.   PERMANENT DEFORMATION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXTURES USING WHEEL TRACKING AND RLA TEST METHODS , Manthos E., Greece
10.   RELATING THE CREEP RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MASTICS TO THE CREEP PERFORMANCE OF ASPHALT CONCRETES , Zelelew H. M., Papagiannakis A. T., USA
11.   ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXTURES WITH TYRE RUBBER GRANULATE , Agostinacchio M., Ciampa D., Diomedi M., Olita S., Italy
12.   INVESTIGATION OF THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT MIXTURE INCORPORATING GEOMETRICALLY CUBICAL AGGREGATE , Hamzah M. O., Puzi M. A. A., Azizli K. A. M., Jaafar Z. F. M., Malaysia
13.   MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF POROUS ASPHALT MODIFIED WITH ROAD TYRE RUBBER USING THE DRY PROCESS , Pasetto M., Baldo N., Italy
14.   INVESTIGATION OF THE FATIGUE PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT MIXTURES REINFORCED WITH NATURAL FIBERS , Delgado H., Arnaud L., France
15.   CRACK GROWTH ANALYSIS OF POLYMER MODIFIED ASPHALT USING LINEAR AND NON LINEAR FRACTURE MECHANICS , Lancaster I. M., Khalid H. A., United Kingdom
16.  INVESTIGATING FACTORS AFFECTING HOT MIX ASPHALT FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR USING FACTORIAL ANALYSIS, Stubbs A., Saleh M., Kuhn K, Hutchison D., Hall S., New Zealand
17.   LABORATORY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF FIBER REINFORCED ASPHALT MIXES , Mondschein P., Valentin J., Vavřička J., Czech Republic
18.   STIFFNESS OF ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXTURES WITH LIMESTONE AND DIABASE AGGREGATES , Manthos E., Greece
19.   MODIFIED STRAIN CONTROLLED ITFT TESTING PROCEDURE; DEVELOPMENT AND RESULTS , Papadimitriou S., Grenfell J., Cocurullo A., Airey G., United Kingdom
20.   INVESTIGATING EARLY LIFE STIFFNESSES OF COLD RECYCLED ASPHALT MIXTURES USING THE NAT VACUUM REPEATED LOAD AXIAL TEST (VRLAT ), Oke O. L., Parry T., Thom N. H., United Kingdom
21.   OPTIMAL UTILIZATION OF EXISTING PAVEMENT STRUCTURE DURING REHABILITATION , Kleyn E., Steyn W. J. vdM, South Africa
22.   LABORATORY EVALUATION OF WARM MIX ASPHALT PROPERTIES , Zaumanis M., Olesen E., Haritonovs V., Latvia
23.   POTENTIALS OF USING THE POLYFUNCTIONAL ADDITIVE “REDISET WMX” FOR ASPHALT MIXTURES , Smiljanic M., Pap I., Tatic U., Strbic M., Markovic B., Serbia
24.  LABORATORY AND FIELD EVALUATION OF HALF WARM FOAMED ASPHALT MIXTURES, Artamendi I., Phillips P., Allen B., United Kingdom
25.  THE EFFECTS OF ANTI-STRIPPING AGENTS IN REDUCING MOISTURE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF FOAM-WARM MIXES, Kavussi A., Hashemian L., Sattarpour S., Iran
26.   EFFECTS OF METHODS OF PRODUCTION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE MIXES ON THE PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT CONCRETE , Pechoni B. G., Danilian E. A., Nikolov A. D., Russia
27.    DURABILITY OF THIN SURFACING SYSTEMS AFTER NINE YEARS MONITORING , Dr. Nicholls J. C., Carswell I., James D. J., United Kingdom
28.   MIX DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES WITH ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE STEEL SLAGS , Pasetto M., Baldo N., Italy
29.   COMPARISON OF MIXTURES COMPACTED USING THE CONVENTIONAL MARSHALL METHOD AND THE GYRATORY COMPACTOR FOR SUPERPAVE DESIGN , Athanasopoulou D. A., Kollaros G. A., Greece
30.   BITUMINOUS MIXTURES APPLICATION IN RAILWAY SUB-BALLAST LAYER , De Chiara F., Fontul S. Paixão A., D’Andrea A., Italy
31.   COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF 152.4 MM-DIAMETER  AND 101.6 MM-DIAMETER MARSHALL SPECIMENS IN COLD RECYCLING OF ASPHALT MIXES , Ameri M., Hamed K., S., Mansourian A., Nekouee A. S., Iran
32.  WATER RESISTANCE OF ASPHALT MIXES WITH SPECIAL SBS, Jellema E., Vonk W., Van Veldhuijsen R., Jan Scholten E., Hartemink R., Netherlands
33.   THE EFFECT OF TACK COAT MATERIAL, APPLICATION RATE, AND PAVEMENTS SURFACE TYPES ON THE INTERFACE SHEAR STRENGTH , Mohammad N. L., Elseifi M. A., Patel N., USA
34.  COMBINED ACTION OF WAXES AND SURFACTANTS IN WMA MIXTURES, Oliveira J. R. M., Silva H. M. R. D., Pereira P. A. A., Matos D. M., Portugal
35.   THERMAL SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SOME HOT MIX ASPHALT WITH LIME AND POLIPHOSPHORIC ACID , Furlan A. P., Fabbri G. T. P., De Grande W.R., Parreira A. B., Klinsky L. M. G., Brazil
36.  EVALUATION OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL AS AN ANTI-STRIPPING AGENT IN HOT MIX ASPHALT, Topal A., Sengoz B., Gorkem C., Turkey
37.   CASE STUDY OF CEMENT ADDITIVE EFFECT ON ASPHALT MIXTURE DURABILITY AGAINST MOISTURE AND STRIPPING , Khadem M., Sabbagh Mollahosseini H., Iran
38.   ADHESION BETWEEN AGGREGATES AND BITUMEN – BOILING WATER TEST AND INDIRECT TENSILE STRENGTH TEST , Paffrath T. D., Germany
39ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TEST METHODOLOGY FOR MOISTURE DAMAGE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ASPHALT CONCRETE, Kringos N., Khedoe R., Scarpas A., De Bondt A., Netherlands
40EFFECTS OF ANTI-STRIPPING AGENT ON WARM POROUS ASPHALT MIX INCORPORATING SASOBIT®, Hamzah M.O., Aman M. Y., Shahadan Z., Malaysia
41RESISTANCE TO THE EFFECTS OF WATER AND FROST OF THE RECYCLED BASE REHABILITATED WITH THE FOAMED BITUMEN TECHNOLOGY, Iwański M., Chomicz-Kowalska A., Poland
42.   USE OF REJUVENATORS ON RECYCLED BITUMINOUS MATERIALS , Silva H. M. R. D., Oliveira J. R. M., Pereira P. A. A., Jesus C. M. G., Portugal
43.   TOWARDS AN ENHANCED TEST METHOD FOR HOT MIX ASPHALT TO ADDRESS RESISTANCE TO FUEL , Hofko B., Blab R., Kappl K., Spiegl M., Austria
44.  CASE STUDY OF ASPHALT ADDITIVE EFFECT ON JET FUEL RESISTANCE IN AIRPORT’S FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS, Khadem M., Moosavi M. H., Hayati P., Iran
45.   BINDER CONTENT DETERMINATION OF MIXTURES WITH ABSORBENT AGGREGATES BY IGNITION AND EXTRACTION METHOD , Nikolaides A. F., Manthos E., Greece
46.  LABORATORY EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE OF HOT MIX ASPHALT MIXES CONTAINING RECLAIMED ASPHALT ROOFING SHINGLES, Maher M., Uzarowski L., Prilesky H., Berube E., Canada
47.   ASSESSING THE TEST SECTION PAVEMENT STRUCTURE USING VECTOR QUANTIZATION NEURAL NETWORK , Pozarycki A., Grabowski W., Poland
48.   INVESTIGATION ON USE OF SIMPLE SHEAR TESTER FOR EVALUATING MOISTURE DAMAGE OF ASPHALT MIXTURES , Khosla N. P., Nair H., USA

Highway and Pavement Management Systems, Network Operation Systems

1.  A MULTI-OBJECTIVE DECISION-AID TOOL FOR ROAD NETWORK MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT, Ferreira A., Meneses S., Portugal
2.  COST ANALYSIS OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE WORKS ON EGNATIA ODOS MOTORWAY, Bantelas G., Evangelidis D., Matthaiou A., Greece
3.   STRATEGIC NETWORK-LEVEL PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS: THE CASE OF SERBIAN ROAD NETWORK , Cirilovic J., Mladenovic G., Queiroz C., Serbia
4.  PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR LOCAL ROAD AUTHORITIES – A CASE HISTORY, Douglas R. A., Canada

Pavement recycling, Asphalt grids and geotextiles

1.   RECYCLING PAVEMENT WITH ADDITION OF CEMENT , Triches G., De Lorena M., Dos Santos A., Brazil
2.  REJUVENATION OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES CONTAINING RECLAIMED ASPHALT WITH USED VEGETABLE OIL, Artamendi I., Bailey H., Phillips P., Allen B., United Kingdom
3A NEW ALTERNATIVE FOR THE STABILIZATION OF RECYCLED MATERIALS IN ROADS INFRASTRUCTURES BY USING POLYMERIC PRODUCTS, Coaquira A. R., Rodriguez M. L. H., Casado B. R., Spain
4.   EVALUATION OF CHARACTERISTICS OF EXPERIMENTAL COLD RECYCLING MIXES WITH FLUID ASH , Valentin J., Suda J., Matousek D., Kubinčabová L., Souček V., Czech Republic
5.   COMPARISON OF ASPHALT ROADS MADE WITH NATURAL OR RECYCLED AGGREGATES USING   LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS , Mavridou S., Oikonomou N., Greece
6.   THE USE OF GLASS-FIBRE ADDITION TO REINFORCE A ROAD PATCH ,
Woodside A., Woodward D., Graham A., United Kingdom
7.   PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS MIXES CONTAINING RECYCLED GLASS FROM WASTES IN TEHRAN , Sabbagh Mollahosseini H., Kavussi A., Oroujzadeh N., Iran
8.   EXPERIENCES IN PAVEMENT REHABILITATION USING AN ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT GRID OF HIGH MODULUS POLYESTER , Thesseling B., Germany
9.   CHARACTERIZATION OF INTERLAYER SHEAR RESISTANCE WITH THE USE OF GEOGRID , Montestruque G., Vasconcelos K. L., Bernucci L. L. B., Brazil
10.  INSTRUMENTED TEST SECTION FOR THE EVALUATION OF GEOGRIDS IN ASPHALT PAVEMENTS, Graziani A., Virgili A., Belogi L. Italy
11.   NUMERICAL MODELLING OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT STRUCTURES REINFORCED WITH GEOSYNTHETICS , Romanescu C., Diaconu E., Lazăr S. M., Romania
12.   MITIGATING REFLECTIVE CRACKING USING STRESS ABSORBING MEMBRANE INTERLAYERS (SAMIs), Ogundipe O. M., Collop A. C., Thom N. H., United Kingdom

Pavement assessment, Surface characteristics

1.   RETEXTURING WITH SHOT BLASTING AS AN ASPHALT PAVEMENT SURFACE PRESERVATION TOOL , Plati C., Georgouli K.,Cliatt B., Loizos A., Greece
2.  EVALUATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PAVEMENT SKID RESISTANCE AND TRAFFIC SAFETY-CASE STUDY FOR IZMIR METROPOLITAN AREA, Sengoz B., Topal A., Tanyel S., Kacmaz B., Turkey
3.   ANTI-SKID PAVEMENTS TO SECURE SAFE STOPPING BEFORE OBSTACLES ON MOTORWAY FAST LANES ALONG TIGHT LEFT HORIZONTAL CURVES , Kokkalis A., Greece
4.   MODELLING OF RUBBER FRICTION ON ASPHALT SURFACES USING A FRACTAL APPROACH , Villani M. M, Scarpas T., Kane, Netherlands
5.   AN INVESTIGATION OF THE VARIATION OF CONTACT AREA WITH INFLATION PRESSURE , Millar P., Woodward D., Woodside A., United Kingdom
6.   AGGREGATE BLENDING TO IMPROVE SKID RESISTANCE , Ali Khasawneh M., Liang R.Y., USA
7.   USING NDT METHODS TO INVESTIGATE THE ROAD SURFACE AND STRUCTURE CONDITIONS TO DESIGN REHABILITATION ALTERNATIVES, A CASE STUDY: AZADEGAN FREEWAY, TEHRAN , Riahi P., Zare K., Aflaki S., Iran
8.   THE EFFECT OF MOISTURE ON GROUND PENETRATING RADAR (GPR) DATA FROM ASPHALT ROAD PAVEMENTS , Evans R., Frost M. F., United Kingdom
9.  PROTOTYPING AUTOMATED DISTRESS SURVEY BASED ON 3D LASER IMAGING, Wang K. C. P., USA
10.   DATA PREPARATION AND COMPUTATION FOR PAVEMENT MACRO-TEXTURE WITH 1MM 3D LASER IMAGES , Wang K. C. P., Li Lin, USA
11.   APPLICABILITY OF INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY IN PAVEMENT QUALITY CONTROL , Loizos A., Plati C., Georgiou P., Kordalis K, Stergiou A., Greece
12.   CONSIDERATIONS OF AREA PARAMETER OF THE DEFLECTION BASIN ON THE STRUCTURAL EVALUATION OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS , Santos C. R. G., Suzuki C. Y., Lopes F. M., Ferri S., Daibert R. F., Brazil
13.   PROPOSITION OF BACKCALCULATION METHODOLOGY TO ESTIMATE THE STRUCTURAL BEHAVIOUR OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS WITH CEMENT TREATED BASES , Ferri S., Santos C. R. G., Lopes F. M., Suzuki C. Y., Brazil
14.   EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELLING STUDY TO EVALUATE LFWD MODULI OF BOTTOM ASH WASTE USED IN ROAD FOUNDATIONS , Ahmed A. T., Khalid H. A., Allen R. United Kingdom
15LOCAL CALIBRATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ROUGHNESS INDEX AASHTO MEPDG MODEL,   Souliman M., Kaloush K., USA
16.   COMPARING LIGHT WEIGHT DEFLECTOMETERS TO STANDARDIZE THEIR USE IN THE COMPACTION CONTROL , Marradi A., Betti G., Sangiorgi C., Lantieri C., Italy
17.   TOP-DOWN CRACKING DEPTH MONITORING BY USING NON-DESTRUCTIVE ULTRASONIC TESTING IN PERPETUAL ASPHALT PAVEMENTS , Franesqui M. A., Gallego J., Del Val M. A., Spain
18.   INTRODUCING A SIMPLE SEMI-AUTOMATED METHOD FOR PAVEMENT SURFACE CONDITION EVALUATION , Aflaki S., Hajikarimi P., Iran

Sustainability, Energy and Environment considerations, Specifications, Road safety

1.   URBAN PAVEMENT MATERIALS: NEW STANDARD APPROACHES IN SÃO PAULO CITY HALL , Carregã Balzan D., Galletti F. V.,  Melo V. L., Ogata, J. T., Virgiliis A. L. C., Brazil
2.   A BRIEF GUIDE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EUROPEAN STANDARDS FOR CONSTRUCTION AGGREGATES IN CYPRUS , Vrahimis S., Cyprus
3.   PAVEMENTS CAN LAST LONGER , Athanasopoulou D. A., Kollaros G. A., Greece
4.   COMPARISON OF CARBON EMISSIONS AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR TWO ROAD MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS , Mauduit C., Carle P., Dauvergne M., France
5.   ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF PAVEMENT DEFECTS ON SAFETY OF POWERED TWO WHEELERS , Bella F., D’Amico F., Ferranti L., Italy

Posters

1.   PROBLEMS AND FAILURES IN CONCRETE PAVEMENTS CONSTRUCTED IN FOREST AREAS OF      EPIRUS , Papayianni I., Anastasiou E., Anastasiou G., Greece
2.   DEVELOPMENT OF MASTER CURVES FOR ASPHALT MIXTURES USED IN ROMANIA , Racanel C., Burlacu A., Romania
3.  LABORATORY COMPACTION OF ASPHALT MIXTURES: THE USE OF A SLAB HEAVY COMPACTOR, Montepara A., Rastelli S., Rota V., Italy
4.   EVALUATION OF PG PLUS TEST RESULTS FOR POLYMER AND MODIFIED BINDERS , Gaitan L., Batten E., Nolan A., Mehta Y., Dahm K., Dusseau R., USA
5.   THE MIX GRADATION INFLUENCE ON THE PERMANENT DEFORMATIONS RESISTANCE OF COMPACTED WMA , Petretto F., Sangiorgi C., Pettinari M., Dondi G., Italy
6.   RUBBER-BITUMEN GRANULATE FOR ASPHALT PAVEMENTS – LABORATORY COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS , Sybilski D., Bańkowski W., Mirski K., Horodecka R., Wrobel A., Poland
7 ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: PROPER MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS SERVES FOR SMOOTH AIRPORT OPERATION , Nikoloudis K., Greece
8.   STRUCTURAL RECYCLING OF PAVEMENT IN CROATIA , Sršen M., Trubeljak D., Orkić M,. Čulibrk T., Croatia
9A STUDY INTO THE ABSORPTION PROPERTY OF RECYCLED CONCRETE AND RECLAIMED ASPHALT PAVEMENT MIXES, Ayan V., Azadani S. M. N., Omer R. J., Limbachiya M. C., United Kingdom
10. RADAR TECHNIQUE APPLICATION OF INTERLAYER IDENTIFICATION CONNECTIONS, Sudyka J., Krysiński L., Jaskuła P., Mechowski T.,Harasim P., Poland
11.  COMPARATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES FOR PAVEMENTS , Iliadou E., Eliou N., Katsianis N., Greece

General Papers

1. Aschuri I., Woodwαrd D., Woodside A., UK

 MODIFICATION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE USING FLY ASH AND WASTE PLASTIC

2. Uddin W., USA

 A METHODOLOGY FOR ESTIMATING SEASONAL NONLINEAR MODULUS VALUES FOR DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS

3. Nicholls J.C., Carswell I., Williams J.T., Gibb M., UK

 SERVICE LIVES OF THIN SURFACING SYSTEMS IN THE UK

4. Hassan M.M., Khalid H.A., Artamendi I., UK

 USE OF RHEOLOGY TO STUDY BINDER PERMANENT DEFORMATION

5. Nikolaides A.F., GR

 PREMATURE FAILURE OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS IN GREECE: WHAT IS TO BLAME

6. Fortes M.R., Merighi J.V., Bandeira A.A., Pereira de Silva J.A., Balestra P.B., Bichoff R., Brazil

 A PROPOSAL FOR A SYSTEM OF STRUCTURE PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT IN BUS CORRIDORS OF SAO PAULO

Pavement Materials

1. Sengoz B., Topal A., Tanyel S., Turkey

 ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF SBS MODIFIED BITUMEN FOR PAVING MIXES.

2. Topal A., Şengoz B., Isikyakar G., Turkey

 BLENDING PROPERTIES OF EVA BASED POLYMER MODIFIED BITUMEN.pdf

3 Nikolaides A.F., Manthos E., Sarafidou M., GR

 SBS MODIFIED AND CONVENTIONAL BITUMEN: PROPERTIES AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF RESULTS

4. Nigen-Chaidron S., France

 RHEOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF BITUMINOUS BINDERS FOR SPECIFICATION PURPOSES

5. Lo Bianco A., Madonia G., Italy

 ESTREMOPHILOUS BACTERIA FOR ACHIEVING COHESIVE STRENGTH IN THE AGGREGATES FOR UNBOUND LAYERS OF ROAD PAVEMENTS

6. Zoorob S.E., Phillips P., UK

 BACTERIAL DEGRADATION OF HYDROCARBONS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR ASPHALTS, PART 1: EVIDENCE OF LARGE SCALE BIODEGRADATION

7. Zoorob S.E., Phillips P., UK

 BACTERIAL DEGRADATION OF HYDROCARBONS WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR ASPHALTS, PART 2: ATTACK MECHANISMS

8. Grabowski W., Wilanowicz J., Slowik M., Sobol T., Poland

 FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF BAGHOUSE FILLERS FROM A DUST EXTRACTOR INSTALLED IN AN ASPHALT PLANT

9. Nicholls J.C., Lay J., Reid J.M., UK

 THE POTENTIAL USE OF CEMENT KILN DUST (CKD) AS FILLER IN ASPHALT

10. Bogdanski B., Slowik M., Poland

 ASSESSMENT OF POLISH ROAD AGGREGATES PROPERTIES CONSIDERING EUROPEAN STANDARDS REQUIREMENTS

11. Ribeiro R.C., Correia J.C.J., Seidl P., Soares J.B., Brazil

 THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT MINERALS ON THE MECHANICAL RESISTANCE OF ASPHALT MIXTURES

10. Nikolaides A.F., Manthos E., GR

 SAND EQUIVALENT OF ROAD AGGREGATES TESTED WITH EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN STANDARDS AND METHYLENE BLUE RESULTS

11. Chikyala V., Puppala A., Bauman S., USA

 COMBINED LIME AND CEMENT TREATMENT OF EXPANSIVE CLAY

Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

1. Nicholls J.C., Hassan K.E., James D., Badr A.S.M., Calder A.J.J., UK

 CRACK BRIDGING OF CRC PAVEMENTS WITH THIN ASPHALT SURFACING

2. Oliveira J.R.M., Zoorob S., Thom N., Pereira P.A.A., Portugal

 A SIMPLE APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF PAVEMENTS INCORPORATING GROUTED MACADAMS

3. Losa M., Marvogli M., Leandri P. Bacci R., Italy

 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS ON COLLECTOR RURAL ROADS

4. Cope M., Allen B., Zoorob S.E., UK

 A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF BITUMEN / VEGETABLE OIL BLENDS ON ASPHALT MIXTURE PERFORMANCE

5. Bandeira A.A., Merighi J.V., Fortes R.M., Brazil

 CONTACT MECHANICS TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO STUDY 3D PAVEMENT STRUCTURE DESIGN

6. Momm L., Barra B.S., Brazil

 EMPIRICAL MECHANISTIC EVALUATION OF ASPHALT PAVEMENT STRUCTURES COMPARING COMPUTERIZED TOOLS AND LABORATORY FATIGUE TEST DATA

7. Mouratidis A., GR

 CONSTRUCTION AND PERFORMANCE OF ROCK EMBANKMENTS IN HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

8. Ravaioli S., Italy

 ASPHALT IN RAILWAY APPLICATIONS A 30 YEARS OLD EXPERIENCE IN ITALY

9. Toraldo E., Lambrugo S., Italy

 THE OPTIMIZATION OF PHOTO CATALYTIC MORTARS FOR ROAD PAVEMENTS

10. Karakaidou I., GR

 THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GREEK HIGHWAYS

11. Evangelidis D., GR

 PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES AND PAVEMENT MEASUREMENTS IN EGNATIA ODOS MOTORWAY

Bituminous Mixtures

1. Mohammad L., Saadeh S., USA

 LABORATORY EVALUATION OF ASPHALT MIXTURES USING SIMPLE PERFORMANCE TESTS

2. Ciampa D., Olita S., Italy

 FATIGUE RESISTANCE OF ASPHALT CONCRETES: ΤHEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH THROUGH THE UNIBAS-M.P.T. DEVICE

3. Beckedahl H.J., Sivapatham P., Germany

 RESISTANCE AGAINST FATIGUE OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS WITH DIFFERENT COMPACTION DEGREE

4. De Winne Ir.E., De Winne Ir.P., Belgium

 COLD MIX ASPHALT SURFACINGS: EXPERIENCES IN BELGIUM

5. Agostinacchio M., Olita S., Italy

 PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF POROUS TWIN-LAYERS FOR HIGH ROAD SAFETY STANDARD

6. Nikolaides A.F., GR

 THIN SURFACING: FIRST LARGE SCALE APPLICATIONS IN GREECE

7. Bolzan P.E., Horst E., Kohl A., Argentina

 SMA DOUBLE LAYER SOLUTIONS (SMA-DLS) FOR BOTH URBAN AND HIGHWAYS PAVEMENT PRESERVATION

8. Nicholls J.C., Jordan R.W., Hassan K.E., Williams J.T., Badr A.S.M., UK

 ASPHALT SURFACING TO BRIDGE DECKS

9. Giacobi C., Layerle E., France

 OPTIMIZATION OF THE SERVICE LIVES OF HIGHWAY SURFACE COURSES

10. Taherkhani H., Collop A.C., Iran

 RECOVERY BEHAVIOUR OF ASPHALTIC MATERIALS

11. Oikonomou N., Mavridou S., Kazakopoulos A., GR

 STUDY OF ASPHALT MIXTURES MODIFIED WITH TIRE RUBBER

12. Praticò F.G., Ammendola R., Moro A., Italy

 ASSESSING THE ROLE OF MIX PROPERTIES ON THE CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF BITUMINOUS FRICTION COURSES

13. Hassan M.M., Khalid H.A., UK

 INCINERATOR BOTTOM ASH AGGREGATES IN BITUMINOUS MIXTURES

14. Agostinacchio M., Ciampa D., Diomedi M., Italy

 ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE SLAG IN HIGH MODULUS ASPHALT CONCRETE FOR WEARING-COURSE LAYER: MIX DESIGN AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES EVALUATION

15. Yusof M.A.W., Zoorob S.E., UK

 POTENTIAL FOR INCORPORATING TIN SLAG IN ASPHALT MIXTURES, PART 1: MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION

16. Yusof M.A.W., Zoorob S.E., UK

 POTENTIAL FOR INCORPORATING TIN SLAG IN ASPHALT MIXTURES, PART 2: ASPHALT MIX PERFORMANCE

Highway and Pavement Management Systems and Network Operation Systems

1. Giacobi C., Layerle E., France

 FOLLOW-UP OF THE PAVEMENT LEVEL OF SERVICE ON A FRENCH TOLL HIGHWAY NETWORK

2. Simon I., Layerle E., France

 FRENCH HIGHWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

3. Reddy B.B., UK

 PERFORMANCE BASED USER CHARGES IN MANAGING FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

4. Burrow M.P.N., Evdorides H., Wyatt C., UK

 A MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ROAD DRAINAGE ASSETS

5. Bantelas G., Evangelidis D., Lazaridis K., Koutraki M., GR

 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND USE OF ROUTINE MAINTENANCE DATA OF THE EGNATIA MOTORWAY

6. Mintsis G., Taxiltaris C., Basbas S., Filaktakis A., Koutsoukos K., Guy S.,Viskos E., GR

 TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF HGV TRAFFIC DATA ALONG THE EGNATIA ODOS MOTORWAY

7. Proios A., Mintsis G., Taxiltaris C., Basbas S., Filaktakis A., GR

 INVESTIGATION AND INTERPRETATION OF THE RELATION AMONG QUALITATIVE, PHYSICAL AND QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY VEHICLES IN THE MAIN GREEK ROAD NETWORK

8. Panetsos P., Kokkalis Al., GR

 OVERLOADED VEHICLE IMPLICATIONS ON ROAD AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE

Pavement recycling, Geotextiles, Safety at works and Effects of roadworks to the environment

1. Smiljanic M., Pap I., Tatic U., Serbia

 THE APPLICATION OF COLD ASPHALT RECYCLING AS A FACTOR OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

2. Oikonomou N., GR

 USE OF RECYCLED AGGREGATES FOR COLD BITUMINOUS THIN LAYERS

3. Alevra A., Karaiskou E., Agelousi L., Polakis A., GR

 PAVEMENT REHABILITATION BY RECYCLING WITH FOAMED BITUMEN AND CEMENT –THE ATHENS-ILIKI & ATHENS KORINTHOS PROJECT

4. Nicholls J.C., Mouillet V., Koenders B., Deygout F., Samuel P., UK

 PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFYING HAZARDS IN COMPONENT MATERIALS FOR ASPHALT

5. Ghataora G.S, Alobaidi I.M.H., Faragher Ed., Evdorides H., UK

 USE OF SECONDARY MATERIALS FOR BACKFILLING UTILITY TRENCHES IN ROADS

6. Oikonomou N., Escioglou P., Mavridou S., GR

 STUDY OF CONCRETE KERB UNITS MODIFIED WITH TIRE RUBBER

7. Grabowski W., Pozarycki A., Poland

 AN EVALUATION OF ASPHALT PAVEMENT REINFORCEMENT WITH GEOCOMPOSITE AND GEOGRID

8. Imancli G., Kahyaoglu R., Sengoz B., Topal A., Turkey

 THE DETERMINATION OF TENSILE STRENGTH OF DIFFERENT TEXTURED GEOTEXTILES USED IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION

9. Elsing A., Schröer S., Germany

 EXPERIENCE FROM MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT WITH POLYESTER GRIDS

10. Vansteenkiste S., Belgium

 UV-SPECTROSCOPY AS A SCREENING TOOL FOR THE DETECTION OF TAR IN RECYCLED ASPHALT PAVEMENT

11. Carswell I., Nicholls J.C., Elliott R.C., Harris J., Self A., Williams J.T., UK

 FEASIBILITY OF RECYCLING SURFACING MATERIALS BACK INTO THIN SURFACING SYSTEMS

12. Lancieri F., Marradi A., Mannucci S., Italy

 LABORATORY PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CEMENT STABILIZED RECYCLED CRUSHED CONCRETE

Pavement assessment and Surface characteristics

1. Woodward D., Woodside A., Phillips P., Shammohammadi R.,Walsh I., UK

 THE DEVELOPMENT OF VERY EARLY LIFE SKID RESISTANCE

2. Yaacob Y., McErlean P., Woodward D., Woodside A., UK

 LABORATORY PREDICTION OF ROAD/TYRE NOISE AND ROLLING RESISTANCE

3. Strong A., Nursetiawan, Woodward D., Woodside A., UK

 SUSTAINABLE DRAINAGE CHARACTERISTICS INFLUENCED BY ENVIRONMENTAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS

4. Kokkalis A., Nerantzis Th. Papaioannou P., Basbas S., GR

 TELEMATIC MOTORWAY MONITORING AND CONTROL

5. Santagata E., Barbati S., Italy

 USE OF THE GROUND PENETRATING RADAR (GPR) FOR THE DISTRESS EVALUATION OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

6. Evdorides H., Burrow M., UK

 DATA PRE-PROCESSING TECHNIQUES FOR PAVEMENT STRUCTURAL EVALUATION

7. Evdorides H., Burrow M., Suherman S., UK

 A RELIABILITY STUDY OF PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE PREDICTION

8. Layerle E., Giacobi C., France

 PAVEMENT CONDITION SURVEY POLICY OF A HIGHWAY NETWORK IN FRANCE

Specifications, Road safety, Street furniture and Road marking materials

1. Cuomo G., Italy

 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF ROAD SAFETY STEEL BARRIERS WITH RESPECT TO BOTH POST SPAN AND IMPACT SPEED

2. Nikiforiadis Α., GR

 THE APPLICATION OF EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 1317 FOR ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS

3. Nikiforiadis Α., Tsantsanoglou Α., GR

 THE NEW DRAFT OF GREEK STANDARD FOR ROAD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS

4. Kehagia F., Perka Th., GR

 THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREEK VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS

5. Tsantsanoglou Ath., Nikiforiadis A., GR

 EVALUATION OF ROAD MARKINGS AND THEIR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS IN GREECE

6. Nicholls J.C., Carswell I., Vanelstraete A.N., Hirsch V., Blab R., UK

 ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE DATA FOR VALIDATION OF BITUMEN TESTS

7. Mouratidis A., GR

 ROAD SAFETY AUDIT ON NATIONAL AND REGIONAL NETWORKS

8. Eliou N., Vogiatzis K., GR

 ROADSIDE SAFETY EVALUATION ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 1317. APPLICATION TO INTERURBAN ROAD NETWORK

9. Tsantsanoglou A., Kokkalis Al., GR

 GREEK EDITION OF ROAD SAFETY MANUAL

Pavement Materials

1. Goulias D., USA

 CHARACTERIZATION AND IMPROVED DESIGN OF MODIFIED ASPHALT PAVEMENT MIXTURES

2. Khalid H.A, Artamendi I., U.K.

 EXPLORATORY STUDY TO EVALUATE THE PROPERTIES OF RUBBERIZED ASPHALT MODIFIED USING THE WET AND DRY PROCESSES

3. Lee K., Kim J.H., Jeon J.H., Korea

 ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT BINDER MODIFIED BY SLAG DUST

4. Su Z., Giezen W., Oikonomou N., Aloupis E., Ioannides J., Netherlands

 ELASTOMER MODIFIED BITUMEN AND ITS VERSATILE APPLICATIONS

5. Kanunnikov O.V., Bashkatova V. A., Russia

 MODERN HOT-APPLIED MODIFIED BITUMEN SEALANT FOR AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS JOINTS

6. Lee K.W., Soupharath N., Shukla A., Franco C.A., USA

 PROPERTIES OF EXTRACTED BINDER FROM RECLAIMED ASPHALT PAVEMENT

7. Artamendi I., Eastmont G.C., Khalid H.A., U.K.

 INFLUENCE OF CRUMB RUBBER MODIFIER (CRM) FROM TYRE WASTE ON THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS BINDERS

8. Páez Dueňas A. Bardesi Orue-Echevarria A., Spain

 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RHEOLOGY OF MIX AND BINDER. APPLICATION TO HIGH MODULUS

9. Al Nageim H., U.K.

 THE PERFORMANCE OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES CONTAINING UPGRADED LOW QUALITY AGGREGATES

10. Su Z., Giezen W ., Oikonomou N., Aloupis E., Ioannides J., Netherlands

 STRATEGIC MAINTENANCE OF PAVEMENT BY SEALING WITH A SPECIAL MIXTURE OF BITUMINOUS EMULSIONS

11. Grabowski W., Slowik M., Poland

 TESTING OF CREEP OF BASE AND POLYMER MODIFIED BINDERS AT LABORATORY CONDITION

12. Ergun M., Iyinam S.,Iyinam A.F., Turkey

 DOES SURFACE TEXTURE OF ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT AFFECT SKID RESISTANCE OF ROAD?

13. Mohammad L.N., Raqid A., Wu Z., USA

 MEASUREMENT OF INTERLAYER BOND STRENGTH THROUGH DIRECT SHEAR TESTS

14. Fernandes J.J.L., Lilian Tais de Gouveia, Brazil

 LABORATORY EVALUATION OF THE FINE AGGREGATE ANGULARITY (FAA) TEST

15. Uluaylé M., Turkey

 UTILIZATION OF ANTI-RUTTING ADDITIVES AND EXPERIENCE GAINED IN TURKEY

Pavement design, Construction and Maintenance

1. Gillespie R., Roffe J.C., France

 FIBRE-DEC: A FIBRE-REINFORCED MEMBRANE TO INHIBIT REFLECTIVE CRACKING

2. Jacobs M.M.J., Ganzeveld K.F.M., Netherlands

 SEGREGATION OF POROUS ASPHALT

3. Uijting B.G.J., Jenner C.G., Gilchrist A.J.T., U.K.

 THE DESIGN OF ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT FOR ROAD APPLICATIONS: REINFORCEMENT SELECTION, DESIGN OF OVERLAY THICKNESS AND IMPACT ON DESIGN LIFE

4. Minnecker H., Papakiriakopoulos P., Kokkalis A., GR

 FIBRE-REINFORCED ASPHALTIC CONCRETE FOR HIGH STRESSED PAVEMENT AREAS

5. Grivas D.A., Schultz B.C., USA

 ASPHALT PAVEMENT DENSITY VARIATION: INSIGHTS FOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

6. Kloubert H.J., Germany

 ASPHALT MANAGER WITH HIGH EFFICIENT COMPACTION SYSTEM FOR BETTER ROADS

7. Bull-Wasser R., Germany

 COMPACT ASPHALT AS AN INNOVATIVE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS

8. Santagata E., Bassani M., Italy

 FULL-SCALE INVESTIGATION ON THE VOLUMETRIC RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LABORATORY AND IN-SITU COMPACTION

9. Kolias S., Karahalios A., GR

 FOUNDATION OF SUB-BASE COURSE STABILIZED WITH UNTREATED FLY ASH WITH OR/AND WITHOUT CEMENT

10. Norrison H., Australia

 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PAVEMENT STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE AND THE LEVEL OF SERVICE IN AC PAVEMENTS

11. Steen E.R., Denmark

 ROAD MAINTENANCE; CAUSES TO HIGHLIGHT WHEN CHOOSING BETWEEN GEOSYNTHETICS

12. Mouratidis A., Nikolidakis P., GR

 SETTLEMENT ANALYSIS OF A ROADWAY EMBANKMENT BODY

13. Balbo J.T., Pereira D.S., Brazil

 MECHANICAL RESPONSE OF ULTRA THIN WHITETOPPING OVER FLEXIBLE AND SEMI-RIGID ASPHALT PAVEMENTS

14. De Corte Ir. W., De Winne E., De Leersnyder Ir. D., Belgium

 ULTRA THIN WHITETOPPINGS

15. Sangiorgi C., Collop A.C., Thom N.H., U.K.

 LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF BOND CONDITION USING THE LEUTNER SHEAR

16. Eskioglou P., GR

 THE OVERLAY OF FOREST ROAD PAVEMENT BY LOCAL BY-PRODUCTS

17. Yotis A., GR

 FLEXIBLE AND RIGID PAVEMENTS: TECHNO-ECONOMICAL COMPARISON FOR CONSTRUCTION IN GREEK MOTORWAYS

18. Papaioannou G., Voelker W.H., GR

 DENSITY OF BITUMINOUS CONCRETE USING NUCLEAR METHODS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

19. Nikolaides A., GR

 NEW DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

20. Roffe J.C., Lafon J.F., France

 ROADS PAVEMENTS PRESERVATION CHOICE AND OVERVIEW OF MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUES

Bituminous Mixtures

1. Uddin W., Garza S., USA

 ADVANCED MODELING AND SIMULATION OF IN-SERVICE ASPHALT PAVEMENTS USING CREEP COMPLIANCE DATA AND COMPARISON WITH FIELD EVALUATION

2. Crisman B., Nappi A., Italy

 A NUMERICAL APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF VISCOUS- PLASTIC SYSTEMS

3. M. Neifar, Di Benedetto H., France

 COMPLEX MODULUS OF BITUMINOUS MIXES: HOW TO INTERPRET MEASUREMENTS

4. Szydlo A., Mackiewicz P., Poland

 INFLUENCE OF RHEOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES ON THEIR DEFORMATION DURING RUTTING TEST

5. Fernandes Jr.J.L., Bertollo S.A.M., Bernucci L.B., Edson de Moura, Brazil

 LABORATORY EVALUATION OF DENSE ASPHALT MIXTURES MODIFIED WITH THE ADDITION OF RUBBER

6. Reddy B. Veeraragavan A., U.K.

 MECHANISTIC-EMPIRICAL BEHAVIOR OF IN-SERVICE FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS IN INDIA

7. Hall K. D., Griffith F., Stacy G.W., USA

 A COMPARISON OF TESTING VARIABILITY FOR BULK SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF HOT MIX ASPHALT

8. Nikolaides A., GR

 THIN SURFACING FROM HOT BITUMINOUS MIXTURE DESIGN-APPLICATION

9. Nicholls J.C., Carswell I.G., Williams J.T., U.K.

 DURABILITY OF THIN SURFACING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

10. Canestrari F., Santagata E., Tesoriere G., Italy

 PERFORMANCE-RELATED EVALUATION OF SLURRY SURFACINGS BY MEANS OF THE ASTRA TEST METHOD

11. Norrison H., Holden Jim, J. McManus K., Australia

 MODELING OF SUB-SURFACE CRACKS IN THIN AC SURFACING FOR URBAN LOCAL ROADS

12. Loizos A., Papavasileiou V., Prapidis A., GR

 EVALUATION OF SMA MIXES IN THE LABORATORY

13. Woodside A.R., Woodward W.D.H., Akbulut H., U.K.

 THE USE OF STONE MASTIC ASPHALT IN HIGH STRESS LOCATIONS

14. Santagata E., Chiappineli G., Italy

 THE EFFECT OF FIBRES ON THE RHEOLOGICAL AND FAILURE PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS MASTICS AND MIXTURES

15. Punith V.S., Thyagaraj M.N., Veeraragavan A., USA

 STUDIES ON TENSILE STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF DENSE BITUMINOUS MACADAM WITH CRUMB RUBBER AS MODIFIER

16. Huang B., Mohammad L.N., USA

 LABORATORY COMPARISONS AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF OPEN-GRADED ASPHALT TREATED DRAINABLE BASE MIXTURES

17. Lafon J.F., France

 USE OF GRAVE EMULSION FOR ROAD RE-PROFILING

18. Jimenez P., Miro Recasens R., Spain

 COLD RECYCLED ASPHALT MIXTURE DESIGN

19. Şengöz B., Topal A., Turkey

 USE OF HYDRATED LIME AS AN ANTI-STRIPPING ADDITIVE IN HOT MIX ASPHALT

20. Thom N., Choi Y., Harireche O., U.K.

THE INFLUENCE OF AGGREGATES PROPERTIES ON ASPHALT PERFORMANCE

21. Chaignon F., Roffe J.C., France

 CHARACTERIZATION TESTS ON BOND COATS: WORLDWIDE STUDY, IMPACT, TESTS, RECOMMENDATIONS

22. Punith V.S., Umesh R.K., Kumar B.V.K., Veeraragavan A., USA

 STUDIES ON TENSILE AND FATIGUE CHARACTERISTICS OF PLASTIC MODIFIED BITUMINOUS CONCRETE MIXES

23. Bogdański B., Slowik M., Poland

 PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALT MIXTURES USED IN POLAND IN COMPARISON TO EUROPEAN REGULATION

24. De Winne E., De Corte Ir. W., Belgium

 BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS: DEVELOPMENTS AND EXPERIENCES IN BELGIUM

Highway and Pavement Management Systems and Network Operation Systems

1. Manariotis I., Theodorakopoulos D., Chassiakos A., GR

 A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR HIGHWAY PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT

2. Iyinam S., Iyinam A., Ergun M., Turkey

 AN EXAMPLE FOR STRATEGIES OF TURKISH HIGHWAY PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE WORKS

3. Flintsch G.W., Kuttesch J., USA

 ENGINEERING ECONOMIC ANALYSIS TOOLS FOR PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT

4. Karakaidou I., GR

 MANAGEMENT OF THE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF GREEK MOTORWAYS

5. Karakaidou I., Evagelidis D., Bantelas G., Voudouris P., GR

 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR EGNATIA ODOS

6. Nikiforiadis A., GR

 MANAGEMENT OF MAINTENANCE WORKS IN HIGHWAY NETWORKS USING THE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM

7. Kokkalis A., Ioannidi A., Pardali E., GR

 THE STRUCTURE OF AN INTEGRATED PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM-PROGRAMME RIMES

8. Evagelidis D., Bantelas G., Tsantsanoglou A., Saramourtsis A., GR

 INVENTORY AND LINEAR MAINTENANCE REFERENCING SYSTEM FOR EGNATIA ODOS HIGHWAY

9. Panos s G., Chassiakos A., Theodorakopoulos D., Vagiotas P., GR

 DEVELOPMENT OF AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT

10. Mintsis G., Nikolaides A., Taxiltaris Chr., Patonis Ph., Filaktakis A., GR

 DETERMINATION AND ASSESSMENT OF THE DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HGV AND THEIR IMPACT TO THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY NETWORK

11. Loizos A., Abacoumkin K., GR

 ALTERNATIVES FOR THE STRUCTURAL CLASSIFICATION OF AIRPORT PAVEMENTS BASED ON INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

Pavement recycling, Geotextiles, Safety at works and Effects of roadworks to the environment

1. Lee K.W., Brayton T.E., Harrington J., Huffman J., USA

 A PERFORMANCE – BASED MIX DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR COLD IN-PLACE RECYCLING BITUMINOUS MIXTURES AND PAVEMENTS

2. Kolias S., Giannakidis O., Kiriazis Z., GR

 COLD RECYCLING OF ASPHALT MIXES WITH EMULSION OR/AND CEMENT-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

3. Pap I., Smiljanic M., Yugoslavia

 EXPERIENCE WITH REMIX-PLUS RECYCLING PROCESS IN YUGOSLAVIA

4. Woodward W.D.H., Woodside A.R., Collins RJ., Jellie JK., Harrex R., U.K.

 THE USE OF RECYCLED BITUMINOUS FLAT ROOFING SYSTEMS IN HOT ASPHALT MIXES

5. Nicholls J.C., Lay J., U.K.

 CRUSHED GLASS IN ASPHALT FOR BINDER COURSE AND ROAD-BASE LAYERS

6. Kolias S., Avloniti S., Katsakou M., GR

 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MIXTURES OF CRUSHED LIMESTONE AGGREGATES AND MILLED BITUMINOUS CONCRETE TREATED WITH CEMENT

7. Loukidis B., Kokkalis A., Skarvelakis S., Atzeni M., GR

 ENSURING THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY IN HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION

8. Uijting B.G.J., Jenner C.G., Gilchrist A.J.T., U.K.

 EVALUATION OF 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH ASPHALT REINFORCEMENT USING GEOGRIDS

9. Georganopoulos Chr., Tsavala A., Georgiadou A., Kokkalis A., GR

 PROCEDURES AND METHODS FOR TACKLING THE ENVIROMENTAL PROBLEMS DURING DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF EGNATIIA ODOS

Pavement surface characteristics

1. Woodward W.D.H., Woodside A.R., Jellie J.K, U.K.

 DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY LIFE SKID RESISTANCE FOR HIGH STONE CONTENT ASPHALT MIXES

2. Voelker W.H., Papaioannou G., GR

 FRICTION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NEW ATHENS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MEET THE ICAO DESIGN OBJECTIVE FOR NEW PAVEMENT SURFACES

3. Hager H.J., Voelker W.H., Germany

 IMPROVEMENT ASPHALT PAVEMENTS ON HIGHWAYS IN GERMANY THROUGH MICRO SURFACING

4. Harverson D., U.K.

 THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS FOR ROAD AND RUNWAY FRICTION TESTING

5. Loizos A., Plati Chr.m Kanellaidis G., GR

 EVALUATION OF ROUGHNESS FOR EXISTING BITUMINOUS PAVEMENTS

6. Loizos A., Papavasilleiou B., GR

 COPE WITH PERMANENT DEFORMATION OF URBAN ROADS USING MODIFIED ASPHALT MIXES

7. Vogiatzis K., GR

 RESEARCH ON THE EFFECT OF ROAD SURFACE IN THE FLUCTUATION OF THE ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE AT THE PALLINI-SPATA ROAD, SEGMENT OF THE ELEYSINA-STAYROS-SPATA HIGHWAY

Οther Highway engineering subjects

1. Van der Heide J.P., Nicholls J.C., U.K.

 HARMONIZED EUROPEAN ASPHALT TEST METHODS

2. Hamzah M.O., Samsuddin A.H.H., Malaysia

 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS IN THE PROPOSED MALAYSIAN STANDARD ON RETROREFLECTIVE RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS

3. Nikiforiadis A., GR

 EUROPEAN ROAD MARKING STANDARDS APPLICATION –POSSIBILITIES AND PROBLEMS IN GREECE

4. Tsohos G., Kehagia F., GR

 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF SUSTAINABILITY TO THE EVALUATION OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION METHODS

5. Oikonomou N., Tsantsanoglou A., Mpampounaki M., MpakanakiA., Makri E., Nicholls J., Woodside A.R., GR

 ROAD TRIAL OF MARKINGS ON A GREEK MOTORWAY

6. Nikiforiadis A., GR

 SAFETY BARRIERS EUROPEAN STANDARDS AND GREEK REALITY

7. Panagolia Chr., Chassiakos A., Vagiotas P., Theodorakopoulos D., GR

 INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF ROAD CONDITION ON TRAFFIC SAFETY

1. Zoorob S. A, Cabrera J. G., UK

 LABORATORY INVESTIGATION ON THE FATIGUE PROPERTIES OF LOW ENERGY HOT ROLLED ASPHALT

2. Cvetanovic A., Mladenovic G., Yugoslavia

 STIFFNESS MODULUS OF ASPHALT MIXES

3. Cooper K. E., UK

 THE FUNTAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES AND THEIR MEASUREMENT

4. Wyckoff C., USA

 THE DEVELOPMENT OF ASPHALT EMULSION MIXES IN THE NORTHWESTERN UNITED STATES

5. Khalid H., Eta K., UK

 MIX DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF CONVENTIONAL AND MODIFIED EMULSION BESED ASPHALTIC PAVING MATERIALS

6. Kolias S., Katsakou M., GR

 MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CEMENT BOUND MIXES OF MILLED BITUMINOUS CONCRETE AND CRUSHED AGGREGATES

7. Woodside A. R., Woodward W. D. H., Clements H. W., UK

 INHIBITING REFLECTING CRACKING

8. Cabrera J. G., Zoorob S., UK

 FIELD PERFORMANCE OF LOW ENERGY HOT ROLLED ASPHALT

9. Tadeubalbo J., Cintra P. J., Brazil

 FATIGUE VERIFICATION CRITERIA FOR SEMI-RIGID PAVEMENTS

10. Loizos A., Deliporanidis G., Theodoropoulos P., GR

 AN INVESTIGATION TOWARDS THE APPLICABILITY OF FINITE ELEMENTS FOR THE BACK CALCULATION ANALYSIS OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS

11. Evdorides H., Nikolaides A., GR

 DETERMINATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES FOR PAVEMENT MODELLING: REVIEW

12. Kolias S., Kirkili E., GR

 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS OF ASPHALTIC LAYERS IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

13. Imbarek M. O., Smith J. W., UK

 A GENERAL METHOD FOR CALCULATING TEMPERATURES IN LAYERED HIGHWAY PAVEMENTS

14. Eskioglou P., GR

 LOW-VOLUME ROAD DESIGN: APPLICATION FOR FOREST ROADS

15. Mintsis G., Taxiltaris Ch., Nikolaides A. F., GR

 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY VEHICLES IN THE NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK

16. Nikolaides A., Mintsis G., GR

 CONVERSION OF TRAFFIC VOLUME OF ALL GREEK ROAD NETWORK INTO EQUIVALENT STANDARD AXLE LOADS

17. Moodley K., Doukas A. F., UK/GR

 THE POTENTIAL OF DESIGN-BUILD-MAINTAIN AS A MEANS OF ROAD PROCUREMENT

18. Kokkalis A., GR

 A MODEL FOR THE SELECTION OF GEOTEXTILE BEEN LAID IN THE PAVEMENT-SUBGRADE INTERFACE

19. Despotovic J., Yugoslavia

 CAPACITY AND EFFICIENCY OF INLETS WITHIN DRAINAGE OF RAINFALL WATER FROM PAVEMENT

20. Grabowski W., Slowik M., Poland

 SBS POLYMER ADDITION FOR IMPROVING THE PLASTIC PROPERTIES OF ROAD BITUMENS USED IN POLAND

21. Pap I., Smiljanic M., Yugoslavia

 YUGOSLAV EXPERIENCE IN THE PRODUCTION AND APPLICATION OF POLYMER BITUMENS FOR HOT AND COLD ASPHALT MIXES

22. Economou N. D., Savvopoulos G. S., GR

 MODIFIED BITUMEN: QUALITY CONTROL AND PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS

23. Cabrera J. G., Ali M. K., UK

 TENSILE BEHAVIOUR OF THIN FILMS OF BITUMEN

24. Imbarek M. O., Yudono B., Roberts D. J., Smith J. W., UK

 THE LOSS OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS OF ASPHALT BINDER IN HOT ARID CLIMATES

25. Woodward W. D. H., Perry M. J., UK

 AN EXAMINATION OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE POLISHING OF AGGREGATES EXPOSED AT THE ROAD SURFACE

26. Woodside A. R., Russell T. E. I., UK

 CONCEPT OF BITUMEN TO AGGREGATE ADHESION

27. Mouratidis An., Nikolidakis P., GR

 INVESTIGATION ON THE USE OF RED MUD IN HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

28. Frantsis A., Athanasopoulou A., Kollaros G., GR

 EXAMINATION OF THE SOIL MATERIALS USING THE METHYLENE BLUE METHOD IN SITES CURRENTLY UNDER HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION

29. Colwill D. M., UK

 EUROPEAN STANDARDS FOR HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION

30. Stefanovic M., Djuran J., Yugoslavia

 EVALUATION OF PAVEMENT SURFACE TREATMENT WITH MICRO ASPHALT ON MAIN ROADS IN YUGOSLAVIA

31. Gaspar L., Kuna E., Hungary

 SURFACE DRESSINGS IN THE HUNGARIAN HIGHWAY PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT

32. Nikolaides A. F., GR

 POROUS FRICTION COURSES: APPLICATION IN NORTHERN GREECE

33. Loizos A., Fatseas G., GR

 EVALUATION OF THE RIDE QUALITY FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ASPHALT PAVEMENTS

34. Tsohos G., GR

 MODELS OF DISTRESSES PREDICTION ON RIGID PAVEMENTS

35. Pehlivanidis M., GR

 APPLICATIONS OF EXPERT SYSTEMS ON THE DIAGNOSES OF PAVEMENT SURFACE DEFECTS

36. Al Nageim H., Al Hakim, Morley D., UK

 EVALUATION OF PAVEMENT MECHANICAL PROPERTIES USING NON-DESTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE

37. Evdorides H., Snaith M., UK

 AN INTELLIGENT DATABASE SYSTEM FOR ROAD CONDITION ASSESSMENT

38. Lazarides M., GR

 ROAD SURFACE AS A PARAMETER IN TRAFFIC NOISE PREDICTION MODELS

39. Pan J. K., Duffell J. R., UK

 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE SYSTEM FOR MINOR ROADS

40. Mijuskovic V., Mladenovic G., Yugoslavia

 HARMONIZATION OF PROJECT-LEVEL AND NETWORK LEVEL PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

41. Stefanovic M., Djuran J., Yugoslavia

 THREE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE APPLICATION OF THE PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ON ROADS, STREETS AND AIRPORTS IN YUGOSLAVIA

42. Papaioannou P., Basbas S., GR

 INTEGRATED SYSTEMS OF ROAD NETWORK MANAGEMENT: INVENTORY OF ROAD CHARACTERISTICS

Bituminous mixtures and Pavements

1. Cabrera J. G., UK

HOT BITUMINOUS MIXTURES: DESIGN FOR PERFORMANCE

2. Nikolaides A. F., GR

DENSE GRADED COLD EMULSION MIXTURES: PROPOSED MIX DESIGN METHOD

3. Iliouύ N., GR

THE EFFECT OF PTOLEMAIDA’S FLYING ASH TO THE MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF ASPHALTIC CONCRETE

4. Leontaridis D., Nikolaides A.F., Tsohos G., Dalaveras A., Kimoundris A., GR

BEHAVIOUR OF ASPHALTIC CONCRETE TYPE A265 IN PERMANENT DEFORMATION

5. Kollaros G., Athanasopoulou A., GR

EFFECT OF THE “RELIABILITY” FACTOR ON THE DESIGN OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS THICKNESS

6. Tsohos G., GR

CONTRIBUTION TO THE INVESTIGATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING THE STRUCTURAL NUMBER (SN) OF THE PAVEMENT DESIGN ACCORDING TO AASHTO

7. Stergiadis G., Eskioglou P., GR

THE FLEXIBLE PAVEMTNS IN FOREST ROADS AND THEIR ECONOMICAL THICKNESS DESIGN

8. Mouratidis A., GR (abstract only in Greek)

IMPACT OF VEHICLE LOADS ON PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE

9. Mintsis G., Nikolaides A. F., Tsohos G.,GR

RECORDING AND ANALYSIS OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF HEAVY GOODS VEHICLES AT SECTIONS OF THE NATIONAL HIGHWAYS OF KATERINI-EYZONI AND THESSALONIKI –KAVALA. COMPARISON WITH SIMILAR DATA OF THE FRENCH MOTORWAYS.

Construction and Behavior of pavements

10. Lafon J. F., France

COLD MIXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS: FRENCH EXPERIENCE

11. Nikolaides A.F., GR

DENSE GRADED COLD MIX FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STRENGTHENING OVERLAYER: TRIAL SECTION IN INDONESIA

12. Cabrera J. C., Hassan T., UK

QUALITY CONTROL DURING CONSTRUCTION OF BITUMINOUS MIXTURES USING A SIMPLE AIR PERMEABILITY TEST

13. Athanasopoulou A., GR

VARIABILITY OF SUBGRADE’S BEARING CAPACITY, DENOTED AS A CBR VALUE, AFTER IT’S STABILIZATION WITH LIME AND FLY-ASH

14. Kaklamanos P., Marchand J. P., Martineau Y., GR

DESIGN OF SEMI-RIGID PAVEMENTS IN RELATION WITH TRANSVERSAL CRACKING OF THE BITUMINOUS WEARING COURSE

15. Collios A., Gialidis K., GR

GEOSYNTHETIC MATERIALS FOR CONTROLLING THE CRACKS IN PAVEMENTS

Pavement Maintenance

16. Colwill D. M., Daines M. E., Nicholls J. C., UK

TRIALS OF POROUS ASPHALT

17. Woodside A. R., Woodward W. D. H., Οικονόμου Ν., UK/GR

A COMPARISON OF SURFACING MATERIALS USED IN GREECE AND UNITED KINGDOM

18. Khalid H., UK

A LABORATORY METHOD FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CHIPPING RETENTION BY SURFACE DRESSINGS WITH POLYMER MODIFIED BINDERS

19. Athanasopoulou A., Kollaros G., Haritos H., GR

SKID-RESISTANCE PROPERTIES OF PAVEMENTS IN THRACE. TREATMENT OF THE PROBLEM WITH THE USE OF PROPER MATERIALS

20. Nikolaides A. F., Ekonomou N., Doukas A. D., Fanoules A., GR

FACTORS AFFECTING THE WT TRACK ABRATION OF SLURRY SEAL MIXTURES

21. Nikiforiadis A., GR

MAINTENANCE OF FLEXIBLE ROAD PAVEMENTS: DISTRESS, REPAIR-REHABILITATION METHODS, WORKING SITES PROTECTION

22. Papakatsikas Ch., Economou N., GR

SLURRY SEALING METHOD IN CONSTRUCTION OF SKID RESISTANT PAVEMENT SURFACES

Additives for hot and cold mixtures

23. Valkering C. P., Robertus C.

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE RESISTANCE TO DEFORMATION OF ASPHALT MIXES WITH SBS-MODIFIED BINDERS

24. Economou N., Nikolaides A. F. GR

THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE QUALITY OF THE BITUMINOUS EMULSIONS BY THE ADDITION OF A COPOLYMER OF STYRENE-BUTADIENE LATEX

25. Tsohos G., Nikolaides A.F., Tressos N., GR

THE EFFECT OF BITUMEN MODIFIERS ON THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BITUMEN

26. Nikolaides A. F. Tsohos G., GR

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ASPHALTIC CONCRETE TYPE A265-B WITH MODIFIED BITUMENS

Pavement Management

27. Koutsopoulos H. N., Kapotis B. I., GR

AUTOMATIC COLLECTION OF DATA FOR PAVEMENT SURFACE DISTRESSES

28. Nikolaides A.F., Evangelidis D., Mintsis G., GR (abstract only in Greek)

ΔΙΑΧΕΙΡΙΣΗ ΠΡΟΒΛΗΜΑΤΟΣ ΣΥΝΤΗΡΗΣΗΣ ΕΥΚΑΜΠΤΩΝ ΟΔΟΣΤΡΩΜΑΤΩΝ ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΒΟΗΘΕΙΑ ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΟΣ Η/Υ

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