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Thermographic monitoring of asphalt concrete surface with phase change materials inclusions for icing delays purposes

Abstract : If de-icers still are the main solution to avoid black ice occurrence and snow accumulation on pavements, some alternatives based on transportation infrastructure modifications have been tested over the past years. They aim at the reduction of environmental impacts and at coping with budgets constraints and cuts, including in winter maintenance. Among existing ones, the implementation of phase changes materials (PCM) into the infrastructure was evaluated to delay the occurrence of water in its solid phase on the surface. Additional results were obtained with an asphalt concrete in simulated winter conditions, indicating a tenuous thermal effect at the surface.
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M Marchetti, J Dumoulin, M Fois, Laurent Ibos, N Le Touz, et al.. Thermographic monitoring of asphalt concrete surface with phase change materials inclusions for icing delays purposes. QIRT 2016, Jul 2016, Gdańsk Poland. ⟨10.21611/qirt.2016.078⟩. ⟨hal-01388166⟩

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