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Page Title: Staff Contact




Bill.Maupin@VDOT.Virginia.gov



Projects:
  • 91322 - Optimized Mix Design Procedure for Superpave Surface Mixes  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 86358 - Field Testing of High-Binder Content Base Layer HMA Mixtures  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 91273 - Investigation of Using Tear-Off Roofing Shingles in Asphalt Concrete  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 85364 - Evaluation of Using Higher Percentage of Rap in Asphalt Mixes in Virginia  -  Co-Principal Investigator   
  • 81452 - Use of Waste Shingles in Hot Mix Asphalt  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 81556 - Preliminary Field Investigation of Intelligent Compaction of HMA  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 75397 - Design of High Modulus- High Binder Asphalt Layers  -  Principal Investigator   
  • 72508 - Adoption of AASHTO Rut Test Procedure Using the APA  -  Principal Investigator   

  • Publications:
  • 98-R6 - Glasphalt Test Sections in Virginia
  • 98-R30 - Effect of Glass Concentration on Stripping of Glasphalt
  • 98-R20 - Determining the Compactive Effort Required to Model Pavement Voids Using the Corps of Engineers Gyratory Testing Machine
  • 98-R15 - Comparison of Several Asphalt Design Methods
  • 98-R11 - Evaluation of Asphalt Rubber Stress-absorbing Membrane
  • 97-TAR6 - Follow-up Field Investigation of the Effectiveness of Antistripping Additives in Virginia
  • 96-R5 - Effectiveness of Antistripping Additives in the Field
  • 95-R27 - Construction and Performance of a Stone Matrix Asphalt Mix Test Section in Virginia
  • 95-R23 - Evaluation of Modified Single Seal Surface Treatments
  • 95-R16 - Field Trials of Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix in Virginia
  • 94-R9 - Evaluation of a Modified Asphalt: Novophalt
  • 92-IR1 - Installation and Early Performance of a Field Test Section of Asphalt Rubber Concrete
  • 91-R5 - The Variability of the Indirect Tensile Stripping Test
  • 91-R16 - Design of Heavy Duty Mixes
  • 91-IR6 - Evaluation of Novophalt as an Additive in Asphalt
  • 90-R5 - Evaluation of Asphalt Additives to Resist Permanent Pavement Deformation
  • 90-R4 - Evaluation of Antistripping Additives
  • 90-R17 - The Use of Hydrated Lime as an Antistripping Additive: Addendum to Final Report
  • 89-R14 - Assessment of Stripped Asphalt Pavement
  • 88-R30 - Evaluation of New Asphalt Concrete Density Specification
  • 87-R29 - Installation Report: Evaluation of Asphalt Additives
  • 87-R2 - Field Investigation of Verglimit
  • 87-R16 - The Use of Hydrated Lime as an Antistripping Additive
  • 86-R29 - Guidelines for Rehabilitating Flexible Pavements
  • 84-R14 - Laboratory Investigation of Hydrated Lime as an Antistripping Additive: Final Report
  • 83-R33 - Survey for Reactive Blends of Asphalt and Antistripping Additives: Final Report
  • 83-R26 - Use of Hydrated Lime as an Antistripping Additive: Installation Report
  • 83-R20 - Evaluation of Chem-Crete: Final Report
  • 82-R54 - Use of Limestone Screenings in S-5 Surface Mixes: Final Report
  • 82-R47 - Segregation of Asphalt Mixes Caused by Surge Silos: Final Report
  • 82-R30 - Evaluation of Chem-Crete: Interim Report
  • 82-R23 - Effect of Antistripping Additives on the Compaction of Bituminous Concrete
  • 82-R14 - Use of Carbon Black in Bituminous Concrete in Virginia
  • 82-R11 - Predicting Moisture-induced Damage to Asphaltic Concrete: Field Evaluation: Final Report
  • 81-R8 - Influence of Handling on the Effectiveness of Antistripping Additives
  • 81-R49 - Effect of Baghouse Fines on Compaction of Bituminous Concrete
  • 80-R45 - Recycling of Water-Susceptible Pavements
  • 80-R36 - Investigation of Fatigue Failure in Bituminous Base Mixes
  • 80-R211 - Detection of Antistripping Additives with Quick Bottle Test
  • 80-R11 - Design of Bituminous Mixes with High Skid Resistance
  • 79-R50 - Predicting Moisture-induced Damage to Asphaltic Concrete: Field Evaluation Phase: Interim Report #2
  • 79-R31 - Problems in Achieving Density in Asphaltic Concrete: Final Report
  • 79-R27 - Stripping Potential of Bituminous Concrete
  • 78-R7 - Predicting Moisture-Induced Damage to Asphaltic Concrete: Field Evaluation Phase, Interim Report
  • 78-R49 - Reexamination of Cold Weather Paving Specifications for Bituminous Concrete
  • 76-R62 - Development of Test Procedure for the Design of Black Base: Final Report
  • 76-R24 - Literature Review: An Analysis of Laboratory Fatigue Tests
  • 75-R66 - Investigation of Alternative Curb Mixes
  • 75-R30 - Literature Review: Simple Test Method for Possible Use in Predicting the Fatigue of Asphaltic Concrete
  • 73-R39 - Investigation of Asphalt Content Design for Open-Graded Bituminous Mixes
  • 72-R34 - Evaluation of Strains in Bituminous Surfaces: Stiffness-Fatigue Investigation
  • 72-R24 - Cold Weather Paving Requirements for Bituminous Concrete
  • 72-R12 - Installation Report: Thick Lift Bituminous Base: Construction and Materials Phase
  • 72-R11 - Installation Report on Porous Friction Course Hot Plant Mix
  • 70-R9 - Installation and Performance of Lightweight Aggregate Asphaltic Concrete Test Sections
  • 70-R411 - Relationship of Fatigue to the Tensile Stiffness of Asphaltic Concrete: Addendum to Final Report on Phase I: Laboratory Investigation
  • 70-R41 - Relationship of Fatigue to the Tensile Stiffness of Asphaltic Concrete
  • 70-R2 - Effect of Some Aggregate Characteristics on the Fatigue Behavior of an Asphaltic Concrete Mixture
  • 11-R7 - Examination of an Implemented Asphalt Permeability Specification
  • 11-R5 - Investigation of Optimized Mixture Design for Superpave Surface Mixtures
  • 11-R2 - Field Trials of High-Modulus High-Binder-Content Base Layer Hot-Mix Asphalt Mixtures
  • 10-R23 - Investigation of the Use of Tear-Off Shingles in Asphalt Concrete
  • 08-R7 - Preliminary Field Investigation of Intelligent Compaction of Hot-mix Asphalt
  • 08-R22 - Evaluation of Using Higher Percentages of Recycled Asphalt Pavement in Asphalt Mixes in Virginia
  • 08-R11 - Use of Manufactured Waste Shingles in a Hot-mix Asphalt Field Project
  • 07-R26 - The Next Step Toward End-result Specifications for Hot-mix Asphalt Materials and Construction
  • 07-R15 - Design of a High-binder-High-modulus Asphalt Mixture
  • 07-R11 - Investigation of Proposed AASHTO Rut Test Procedure Using the Asphalt Pavement Analyzer
  • 05-R3 - Quantitative Determination of Asphalt Antistripping Additive
  • 05-R24 - Asphalt Permeability Testing Between Laboratories
  • 05-R11 - Design and Construction of a New Asphalt Drainage Layer
  • 03-TAR11 - Evaluation of Spray Injection Patching
  • 03-R15 - Additional Asphalt to Increase the Durability of Virginia's Superpave Surface Mixes
  • 01-TAR7 - The Journey Toward End Result Specifications for Asphalt Concrete
  • 00-R24 - Investigation of Test Methods, Pavements and Laboratory Design Related to Asphalt Permeability
  • 00-R2 - A Case Study of the Design, Installation and Early Performance of a Nineteen-millimeter Superpave mix
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