At the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC), research on chemically modified asphalts is an ongoing project that has already resulted in furfural-modified asphalt, compatibilized crumb rubber asphalt (CCRA), and chemically modified crumb rubber asphalt (CMCRA), all of which were developed by the authors of this article.
What does CMCRA stand for?
CMCRA stands for Chemically Modified Crumb Rubber Asphalt (US DOT)
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Working in our laboratories at FHWA's Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, we developed a chemically modified crumb rubber asphalt (CMCRA) that not only eliminates the problem of rubber particles settling while in storage but also expands the useful temperature range of the binder.