2018 International Society for Asphalt Pavements | ISAP Conference

19 a 21 de junho de 2018

Hotel Gran Marquise – Fortaleza-CE – Brasil

ISAP 2018

A Sociedade Internacional de Pavimentos Asfálticos (ISAP) é uma organização voluntária de profissionais e especialistas em engenharia rodoviária, cujo objetivo é compartilhar internacionalmente as últimas tecnologias de ponta de pavimentação asfáltica.

A Conferência ISAP tem sido uma das maiores fontes de estado-da-arte e estado-da-prática em tecnologia asfáltica desde seu primeiro encontro em Ann Arbor, Michigan, EUA, em 1962. O evento tem periodicidade quadrienal e a 13ª edição acontecerá em Fortaleza, Ceará, Brasil, de 19 a 21 de junho de 2018, pela primeira vez no Brasil.

A ISAP 2018 será uma oportunidade de examinar as direções futuras da indústria da pavimentação asfáltica nos termos das principais questões sustentáveis, assim como o desempenho a longo prazo, proteção do meio ambiente, impactos socioeconômicos e políticos. A Conferência ISAP 2018 abordará estas questões críticas nas quatro grandes áreas da engenharia de pavimentos asfálticos, i.e., projeto, materiais, construção e preservação.


Submissões e Inscrições


Submissão de Abstracts: 01/07/2017
Resultados: 04/09/2017
Deadline para a submissão dos 6-page papers: 27/10/2017
Resultados: 22/12/2017
Mais de 150 trabalhos são esperados para serem apresentados em sessões orais ou sessões de pôsteres.
75 trabalhos serão selecionados para submissão completa em edições especiais das principais revistas (RMPD, ASTM Journal of Testing and Evalua-




CATEGORIA1ª Taxa de inscrição
Até 17/02/2018
2ª Taxa de inscrição
A partir de 18/02/2018
Membros ABPv / ANPET / ISAPR$ 900,00R$ 1.100,00
Não membros (com trabalho)R$ 1.425,00R$ 1.600,00
Estudantes (com trabalho)R$ 550,00R$ 700,00
Publication fee (Taxa adicional para estudantes com trabalho a ser publicado ou profissional / professor com inscrição full e trabalhos extras).R$ 375,00R$ 400,00
WORKSHOP – Membros ABPv / ANPET / ISAP inscritos na ISAP 2018R$ 300,00
WORKSHOP – Membros ABPv / ANPET / ISAP não inscritos na ISAP 2018R$ 450,00
WORKSHOP – Não sócios inscritos ou não na ISAP 2018R$ 450,00
WORKSHOP – Estudantes – inscritos ou não na ISAP 2018R$ 250,00
* Professores, pesquisadores e estudantes de Instituição de Ensino Brasileira, sem trabalhos a serem publicados ou apresentados.
Professores e pesquisadoresR$ 1.100,00
EstudantesR$ 490,00
  • Gala Dinner incluso na inscrição (membros, não membros e estudantes);
  • Cada inscrição (membros e não membros) garante a publicação de 01 (um) trabalho nos anais do evento;
  • A inscrição pode ser efetuada através de cartão de crédito (PayPal).

Programação Científica

TimeMonday June 18th
8:30 AM – 7:00 PM

Registration – ISAP Conference



TimeTuesday June 19th
8:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Opening session
Andre Molenaar (UT Delft, Netherlands)
“Pavement Design, where did we come from and where are we going?”
9:50 AM – 10:50 AMORAL SESSION 1: Pavement Field Evaluation I
Papers do be presented:
74 – Investigation of crack propagation in asphalt pavement structures using accelerated
full scale test 
91 – Field validation of high content recycled asphalt concrete mixtures with accelerated
pavement testing
290 – Accelerated Pavement Testing of Perpetual Pavement Test Sections under Heavy Aircraft
Loading at FAA’s National Airport Pavement Test Facility
10:50 AM – 12:10 PMORAL SESSION 2:   
Recycling I
Papers to be presented:
127 – Influence of viscoelastic properties of cold recycled asphalt mixtures on pavement
191 – Evaluation of Flemish bituminous mixtures’ performance containing RAP: Statistical
analysis and modelling
195 – Effect of reclaimed asphalt gradation on bitumen emulsion mixtures281 – Complex Modulus of Cold Recycled Mixtures: measurement and modeling
12:10 PM – 2:00 PMLunch break
Richard Kim (North Carolina State University, USA)
“Asphalt Mixture Performance-Related Specifications and Performance-Engineered Mix Design”
Papers to be presented:
11 – Prediction of the complex modulus of asphalt mixture containing RAP materials from
the rheological properties of mortars
18 – Assessing the performance of asphalt mastic by dynamic shear rheometer fatigue testing141 – Understanding improvements to low temperature rheology of stiff binders modified
with epoxidized plant derived oil materials through analytical chemistry
10 – Application of an Artificial Neural Network Based Tool for Prediction of
Pavement Performance22 – Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Options on Roughness Using LTPP Pavement Section
Data for Arizona
24 – Impact of Conditioning Temperature on Thermal and Oxidative Aging of Hot Mix Asphalt 37 – Effect of Moisture on Full Scale Pavement Distress38 – Influence of the bituminous layer on temperature and water infiltration in railway structures HSL BPL 53 – Advanced Backcalculation of FWD Data on Asphalt Pavements54 – Integration of Full-scale Test, Laboratory Characterization, and Finite Element Modeling for Reflective Cracking in Airport Pavements59 – Road Surface Texture Evaluation with 3-D Laser Data63 – A non-linear approach for mechanistic empirical modelling of asphalt granular base layers interface77 – Asphalt Layers Traffic Load Induced Crack Genesis and Propagation 80 – Case Study: Monitoring and Analysis of two road stretches applying Pavement Rehabilitation Solutions in State of Ceará/Brazil88 – Drainability Study Of Airport Pavements Through Outflow Meter Equipment 106 – Sound absorption prediction of innovative bituminous mixtures using image analysis107 – Performance of a stress-absorbing asphalt layer in joint-less bridge ends: Laboratory and Numerical Analysis
114 – Assessment of pavement response during spring thaw using heavy vehicle simulator testing129 – Mechanical Response of Unbound Materials in Perpetual Pavement Sections at the National Airport Pavement Test Facility

140 – Performance Analysis of Microsurfacing on Asphalt Pavements and Asphalt Overlays 

160 – Comparative Evaluation of Laboratory Moisture Susceptibility Tests for Asphalt Mixtures

167 – Evaluation of the UV aging tests effect on asphalt binders using Glover Rowe parameter

173 – Settlement under creep loading of an asphalt concrete in a railway structure. Triaxial tests and viscoplastic modelling

192 – Multi-Scale Characterization of Asphalt Mortar with Indentation Test

193 – Development of a Smartphone Application for Longitudinal Irregularity Measurement in Flexible Pavements

248 – Monitoring and performance analysis of two pavement sections of highway BR-448/RS included in the Asphalt Thematic Network Project 

256 – Diagnosis of the Structural and Functional Evaluation of BR-116 Highway, in the State of Ceará

260 – Evaluation of Ceramic Plates as a Thermal Insulator for the Decreasing aging of Asphalt Mass

261 – Energy-based thermo-viscoelastic damage model for asphalt concrete mixtures

263 – Calibration of a mechanistic-empirical model for the estimation of the dynamic modulus of asphalt mixtures

269 – Comparative analysis of Resilience Modules obtained in field with Geogauge and those obtained in the laboratory

288 – Smart Geosynthetics For Strain Measurements In Asphalt Pavements

296 – Case Study on the Technique of Installation of Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors in Three Asphalt Layers

301 – Algorithm for Determining the Damage Characteristic Curve of Asphalt Mixture

4:30 PM – 4:50 PMCoffee-break
4:50 PM – 5:50 PMORAL SESSION 4:  Pavement Field Evaluation II
Papers to be presented:
76 – Photocatalytic Asphalt Mixtures: Semiconductors’ Impact in Skid Resistance and Microtexture82 – Calibration of Mechanistic-Empirical Fatigue Models Using the PaveLab Heavy Vehicle
293 – Tailoring a new laboratory methodology for stripping resistance evaluation of asphalt
5:50 PM – 7:00 PMROUND TABLE
The Brazilian M-E Pavement Framework Development and ImplementationLuis Alberto Nascimento (Petrobras/Cenpes, Brazil)Laura Motta (COPPE, UFRJ, Brazil)Luciana Dantas (DNIT, Brazil)
7:00 PMWelcome Cocktail

TimeWednesday June 20th
8:00 AM – 9:00 AMIndustry Time
Increasing Productivity and Quality in compaction and paving; small Investment & Great ResultsPaulo Sergio Roese and Marcley Oliveira (Caterpillar Paving Products)
Kim Jenkins (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Quod redivivus in quo vadis? Bitumen stabilised layers ≡ uniformity from variability.
True or false?”
9:50 AM – 10:50 AMORAL SESSION 5:  Asphalt Pavements and Environment I
Papers to be presented:
32 – Modification of AC Thermal Properties to Mitigate UHI Effects48 – BioRePavation: innovation in bio-recycling of old asphalt pavements, comparison
between EU and US mix design specification systems
95 – Hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae to produce a bio-binder: Feedstock type
10:50 AM – 12:10 PMORAL SESSION 6:  Recycling II
Papers to be presented:
42 – Assessing the validity of blending charts for rejuvenated reclaimed asphalt pavements
(RAP) binders
101 – Evaluation of Binder Blending on Warm Mix Recycling105 – Reuse of very hard Reclaimed Asphalt – Field results190 – Design of 100% RAP Hot-Mix Asphalt to Balance Rutting and Cracking Performance
12:10 PM – 12:40 PMIndustry Time
Russian innovative bitumen materials
Anton Beloshapkin and Ivan Ivanov (Gazpromneft-Bitumen Materials)
12:40 PM – 2:00 PMLunch break
Jean-Pascal Planche (Western Research Institute, USA)
“Relationships between asphalt binder chemistry and physical properties – why are they
important and how to assess them?”
2:50 PM – 3:50 PMORAL SESSION 7: 
Environmental Changes
Papers to be presented:297 – Evaluating Permanent Deformation in Asphalt Mixes Containing Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement by Considering the Effect of Silo Storage Time120 – A novel self-healing asphalt by the action of polymeric capsules300 – Adhesion at Asphalt Aggregate Interface Through Surface Energy
16 – New Method for Temperature Reduction of Mastic Asphalt with Environmental and Technological
17 – Influence of self-heating and nonlinearity on asphalt mixture recovery properties25 – Laboratory performance analysis of Nano-Silica modified hot mix asphalt49 – Anisotropic behaviour of bituminous mixtures in road pavement structures50 – Evaluation of Asphalt Concrete Strength with Recording of Damage Accumulation51 – Structural Resistance of Bridge Deck Pavement Systems71 – Effect of Tetradecane as low temperature phase change material on bitumen properties72 – Laboratory evaluation and reproduction of geogrid in situ damage used in asphalt concrete pavement87 – Reduced emissions of warm mix asphalt during construction92 – Development and Validation of the First Brazilian French-Based Asphalt Mix Complex Modulus and Fatigue Test Apparatus98 – Asphalt Binder and Mastic Curves Characteristics: Binder Fracture Energy (BFE) Test and Dynamic Shear Rheometer (DSR) Test99 – Evaluation of Permanent Deformation of Asphalt Rubber Mixtures Using Flow Number122 – Comparing Fatigue Life of a WMA and HMA Using the Four Point Bending Beam Test124 – Life-cycle analysis for a pavement sustainable project in Brazil130 – Contribution to the Study of Brazilian Tropical Soils as Pavement Materials 133 – Effects of Calcitic Lime and Dolomic Lime in Permanent Deformation Performance of Gap-Graded Mixtures With Asphalt Rubber138 – Performance of Cold Mix Asphalt (CMA) with Addition of Recycled Asphalt Pavement

142 – Evaluation of rheological behavior and resistance to permanent deformation of asphalt mixtures modified with nanoclay and SBS polymer

148 – Alternative Interpretation of the Adequate Traffic Levels of Crumb Rubber-Modified Binders on Superpave®

182 – Comparative Evaluation of New Hampshire Mixtures on Basis of Laboratory Performance Tests

194 – Comparison of Thermal Stress Restrained Specimen Test (TSRST) Results with Bending Beam Rheometer (BBR) Results to Evaluate the Thermal Cracking Properties of Bituminous Materials 

203 – Hot Mix Asphalt Cyclic Torque Tests for Viscoelastic Bulk Shear Behaviour

205 – Asphalt Pavements Chip Sealing Design and Cost Considerations

208 – Exploring Master Curve Parameters to Distinguish between Mixture Variables

211 – Impact of the Addition of Trinidad Lake Asphalt (TLA) on the Rheological Behavior of an Asphalt Binder

244 – Evaluation of Neat and Modified Asphalt Binders in Relation to Fatigue Cracking by means of Rheological Characterization

252 – Reliability-based Specification (RBS) for Low-Volume Traffic Asphalt Pavements

257 – Ageing modelling of seal bitumen binder

275 – Overload Impacts on Pavement Design and Performance – Brazilian Traffic Load Law Change and it’s Consequences

303 – Bending Beam Rheometer Strength Test for Asphalt Binders at Low Temperature

304 – Finite element simulation of fatigue damage tests on heterogeneous asphalt mixtures

4:30 PM – 4:50 PMCoffee-break
4:50 PM – 5:50 PMORAL SESSION 8:  Asphalt Pavements and Environment II
Papers to be presented:
132 – Thermal evaluation of sustainable asphalt pavements with energy harvesting purposes277 – New method for the synthesis of zeolite NaA from coal fly ash and its application
in Warm Mix Asphalt
289 – Structural performance of asphalt mixtures manufactured with crumb rubber
5:50 PM – 7:00 PMROUND TABLE
Emerging pavements: resilient pavements and smart roadsBill Buttlar    (University of Missouri, USA) Davide Lo Presti  (University of Nottingham,
UK) David Strumpf (Windgo, Inc, USA)
7:00 PMParty

TimeThursday June 21st
8:00 AM – 9:00 AMIndustry Time
Sustainable Paving
Wilson Unger, Karina Yuriko Suzuki e Jhonnathan Preisner (CCR Engelog)
Hervé Di Benedetto (University of Lyon, ENTPE, France)
“Recent advances on fatigue testing and modelling for bituminous materials”
9:50 AM – 10:50 AMORAL SESSION 9:  Numerical Modeling
Papers to be presented:
186 – 2D Multilayer Analysis of Electrified Roads with Charging Box Discontinuities199 – Discrete Element Study of Aggregate Damage during Asphalt Compaction242 – Damage Theory Applied to Fatigue Tests in Gap-Graded Asphalt Mixtures with 4th
Generation Rubberized Asphalt
10:50 AM – 12:10 PMORAL SESSION 10:Performance Testing I
Papers to be presented:36 – Fatigue Behaviour of a dense graded HMA using the Four Point Bending Beam Test –
case study in BR-116, Brazil
52 – Assessment of Interlayer Bonding Properties with Dynamic Testing162 – Impact of Aging on Cracking Behavior of Asphalt Mixtures253 – Experimental study aimed at highlighting warnings for proper design, construction
and control of geocomposite-reinforced asphalt pavements
12:10 PM – 2:00 PMLunch break
2:00 PM – 2:50 PM

50th Birthday of Bituminous materials within RILEM
Introduction: Hervé Di Benedetto
(University of Lyon, ENTPE, France)

Manfred Partl (EMPA, Switzerland)
“Rilem and its 50 years of impact on Asphalt Science and Technology”

2:50 PM – 3:50 PMORAL SESSION 11:
Performance Testing II
Papers to be presented:
12 – Investigation on the Effect of Cooling Medium and Aging Condition on Low-Temperature
Properties of Asphalt Binder based on BBR
181 – Effect of hyper-modified asphalt binder on wearing course mixtures cracking behavior268 – Investigation of cracking characteristics of aged and rejuvenated asphalt binders
measured by rheological analysis
15 – Study on the Effect of Warm Mix Additive on the Performance of Hot Mix Plant Asphalt
with High Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement
26 – Use of Recycled Materials on Thin Overlays for Pavement Preservation44 – Crack-healing variability of asphalt mixtures with RAP and steel wool fibers by
the action of external microwave heating 
58 – Flexible Pavement Design with RAP Mixture79 – Effect of crumb rubber in dry process on mix design of asphalt mixtures84 – Evaluation of the behavior of recycled mixes with portland cement addition in-site 
104 – LVE properties of asphalt mixtures with glass aggregates subjected to water exposure
and freeze-thaw cycles
171 – A new Binder-Fast-Characterization-Test using DSR and its Application for Rejuvenating
Reclaimed Asphalt Binder
175 – Damage Induced by Moisture in Bituminous Mixtures Fabricated with Red Mud and Stone
Dust as Filler: Methodology for Environmental Analysis
202 – Evaluation of the use of steel slag in microsurfacing216 – Mechanical feasibility of using red mud as filler in asphalt mixtures to improve
permanent deformation
218 – Experimental Evaluation of the Potential of the Sap of the Petroleum Plant as an
Asphalt Binder Rejuvenating Agent 
236 – Full-depth Reclamation of Asphalt Pavements with Portland Cement: Mechanical Behaviour
of Cement-treated Mixtures of RAP and Lateritic Soil
238 – Flexural Fatigue Evaluation of Cement-Treated Mixtures of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement
and Lateritic Soil
245 – The Effect of Aggregate-Binder Adhesion in Fatigue and Moisture Damage Resistance
in Asphalt Mixtures
247 – A Study of Stiffness and Strength of a Mixture of RAP and Powdered Rock with Cement
249 – A comparative analysis between the microstructure of foundry industry wastes and
small aggregates for asphalt paving
251 – Evaluation of the integration of alternative materials in laboratorial tests of
Chip Seals
294 – Polymer-Modified Thin Layer Surface Coarse: Laboratory and Field Performance Evaluations
4:30 PM – 4:50 PMCoffee-break
4:50 PM – 5:50 PMORAL SESSION 12:  Perpetual Pavements
Papers to be presented:
94 – Stress and strain dependence of bituminous materials viscoelastic properties183 – Factors Affecting the Reachable Healing Level of Induced Self-Healing of Mastic
299 – Effect of binder thermal expansion on healing performance of asphalt mixtures
5:50 PM – 7:00 PMAAPT 

Advanced materials for future pavements: efficiency and reduction of costGaylon Baumgardner (Paragon Technical Services, USA)Gabriele Tebaldi  (University of Parma, Italy)John D’Angelo Eshan Dave (University of New Hampshire, USA)
7:00 PMx

* Schedule subject to change without notice.



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