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Page Title: Staff Contact




Stacey.Diefenderfer@VDOT.Virginia.gov



Team Memberships:
  • Pavements

  • Projects:
  • 106481 - Evaluation of Highly Polymer-Modified Asphalt Mixtures  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 101902 - Investigation of Binder Aging and Mixture Performance In-Service Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) Mixtures  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 101903 - Continuing Performance of Warm-Mix Asphalt in Virginia  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 94209 - Asphalt Material Characteristics for Use with the MEPDG  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 86812 - ‘Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide’ Sensitivity Analysis: Binder Properties  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 87460 - Warm Mix Asphalt Performance  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 80577 - Laboratory Evaluation of Warm Asphalt for Use in Virginia  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 85364 - Evaluation of Using Higher Percentage of Rap in Asphalt Mixes in Virginia  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 78286 - Asphalt Materials Characterization in Support of Implementation of the Proposed Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 75399 - Detection of Polymer Modifiers in Asphalt Binder  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 75398 - Permanent Deformation and Fatigue Characteristics of Superpave Mixtures  -  Principal Investigator   

  • Publications:
  • 18-R12 - Performance of Foamed Warm Mix Asphalt In Virginia Over Four to Six Years
  • 17-R22 - Evaluation of Stone-Matrix Asphalt Mixtures Containing Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS)
  • 15-R7 - Developing a Laboratory Protocol for Asphalt Binder Recovery
  • 15-R26 - Asphalt Mixture Performance Characterization Using Small-Scale Cylindrical Specimens
  • 15-R15 - Installation and Laboratory Evaluation of Alternatives to Conventional Polymer Modifications for Asphalt
  • 12-R6 - Asphalt Material Design Inputs for Use with the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide in Virginia
  • 11-R3 - Analysis of the Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide Performance Predictions: Influence of Asphalt Material Input Properties
  • 10-R17 - Performance of Virginia’s Warm-Mix Asphalt Trial Sections
  • 09-R11 - Laboratory Evaluation of a Warm Asphalt Technology for Use in Virginia
  • 08-R22 - Evaluation of Using Higher Percentages of Recycled Asphalt Pavement in Asphalt Mixes in Virginia
  • 07-R25 - Installation of Warm Mix Asphalt Projects in Virginia
  • 07-CR10 - Asphalt Materials Characterization in Support of Implementation of the Proposed Mechanistic-empirical Pavement Design Guide
  • 06-R5 - Creep and Fatigue Characteristics of Superpave Mixtures
  • 06-R18 - Detection of Polymer Modifiers in Asphalt Binder
  • 06-CR1 - Fatigue Life Characterization of Superpave Mixtures at the Virginia Smart Road
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