PAVER-MOUNTED THERMAL PROFILING

Paver-mounted thermal profiling is a sensor technology mounted on top of a paver to measure the asphalt surface temperature profiles behind of paver at full paving width to indicate potential for temperature segregation.

Literature

AASHTO (2014) PP 81-14 Standard Practice for Continuous Thermal Profile of Asphalt Mixture Construction, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, D.C. USA.

Davis, John. (2012) Infrared System Detects Thermal Segregation. Asphalt, Volume 27, Issue 2, pp 37-41.

Liu, Wenting; Scullion, Tom; Kassem, Emad. (2012) Development of TTI’s Asphalt Compaction Monitoring System.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 52p.

Sebesta, S. et al., (2013) “Using Infrared and High-Speed Ground-Penetrating Radar for Uniformity Measurements on New HMA Layers,” SHRP 2 Report S2-R06C-RR-1, Strategic Highway Research Program, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.

Sebesta, Stephen; Lee, Robert. (2016) Statewide Implementation of Pave-IR. Best Practices Video Summary Report.

Sebesta, Stephen; Liu, Wenting; Scullion, Tom. (2009) Implementing GPS into Pave-IR.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 16p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Liu, Wenting; Scullion, Tom. (2009) Pave-IR Operator’s Manual Version 1.3.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 32p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Scullion, Tom. (2012) Statewide Implementation of Pave-IR in the Texas Department of Transportation.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 122p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Scullion, Tom. Performance Monitoring Pavements with Thermal Segregation in Texas. (2012) Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 118p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Scullion, Tom; Liu, Wenting; Harrison, Gerry. (2006) Pave-IR Operator’s Manual, Version 1.2: A Thermal Imaging System for Evaluating Hot-Mix Asphalt Paving Operations.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 32p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Scullion, Tom; Liu, Wenting; Harrison, Gerry. (2006) Pilot Implementation of Pave-IR for Detecting Segregation in Hot-Mix Asphalt Construction.  Texas Transportation Institute; Texas Department of Transportation; Federal Highway Administration, 26p.

Sebesta, Stephen; Scullion, Tom; Liu, Wenting; Harrison, Gerry. (2006) Thermal Imaging of Hot-Mix Paving Operations for Quality Assessment: State of the Practice in Texas. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Issue 1946, pp 123-129.

Swaner, Kyle. (2010) The PAVE-IR System: Detecting Thermal Segregation and Much More. HMAT: Hot Mix Asphalt Technology, pp 52-54.