Dallas N. Little mostly deals with Asphalt, Composite material, Viscoelasticity, Structural engineering and Geotechnical engineering. His Asphalt research integrates issues from Moisture, Rheology, Lime and Material properties. His Viscoelasticity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Creep, Asphalt concrete and Constitutive equation.
In his study, Rut, State variable and Softening is strongly linked to Deformation, which falls under the umbrella field of Structural engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Soil cement, Dynamic mechanical analysis, Thaumasite and Portland cement as well as Geotechnical engineering. His Aggregate research incorporates themes from Test method and Surface energy.
Asphalt, Composite material, Geotechnical engineering, Viscoelasticity and Aggregate are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Asphalt brings together such families of science as Creep, Structural engineering, Material properties and Moisture. His study in Structural engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mix design, Mathematical model, Stress and Dissipation.
His work deals with themes such as Lime, Soil stabilization and Asphalt pavement, which intersect with Geotechnical engineering. The various areas that Dallas N. Little examines in his Viscoelasticity study include Viscoplasticity, Finite element method, Constitutive equation, Fracture and Asphalt concrete. His Aggregate research incorporates elements of Anisotropy, Characterization, Moisture Damage, Civil engineering and Forensic engineering.
His primary areas of investigation include Asphalt, Composite material, Viscoelasticity, Geotechnical engineering and Asphalt concrete. His Asphalt study combines topics in areas such as Cracking and Aggregate. His studies in Composite material integrate themes in fields like Characterization and Sulfur.
His Viscoelasticity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural engineering, Finite element method and Viscoplasticity. His Geotechnical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Lime, Durability and Fracture mechanics. The Asphalt concrete study combines topics in areas such as Moisture, Thermal diffusivity and Stiffness.
His primary areas of study are Viscoelasticity, Asphalt, Composite material, Structural engineering and Asphalt concrete. Dallas N. Little combines subjects such as Viscoplasticity and Microstructure with his study of Viscoelasticity. Dallas N. Little interconnects Stress relaxation and Sulfur in the investigation of issues within Asphalt.
As part of his studies on Composite material, Dallas N. Little frequently links adjacent subjects like Characterization. His research in Structural engineering intersects with topics in Normal force, Mathematical model, Parametric statistics and Torque. His Asphalt concrete study deals with Finite element method intersecting with Computational model.
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Stabilization of Pavement Subgrades and Base Courses with Lime
Dallas N. Little.
Review of Stabilization of Clays and Expansive Soils in Pavements and Lightly Loaded Structures—History, Practice, and Future
Thomas M. Petry;Dallas N. Little.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2002)
Moisture susceptibility of asphalt mixtures, Part 1: mechanisms
Silvia Caro;Eyad A Masad;Amit Bhasin;Dallas N Little.
International Journal of Pavement Engineering (2008)
FATIGUE AND HEALING CHARACTERIZATION OF ASPHALT MIXTURES
Yong Rak Kim;D. N. Little;R. L. Lytton.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2003)
FATIGUE CHARACTERIZATION OF ASPHALT CONCRETE USING VISCOELASTICITY AND CONTINUUM DAMAGE THEORY (WITH DISCUSSION)
Y R Kim;H-J Lee;D N Little.
Asphalt Paving Technology 1997Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists (AAPT) (1997)
Th e Benefi ts of HYDRATED LIME IN HOT MIX ASPHALT
Dallas N. Little;Jon A. Epps.
Bitumen Surface Energy Characterization Using a Contact Angle Approach
Arno W. Hefer;Amit Bhasin;Dallas N. Little.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2006)
ONE-DIMENSIONAL CONSTITUTIVE MODELING OF ASPHALT CONCRETE
Y. Richard Kim;Dallas N. Little.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics-asce (1990)
Linear Viscoelastic Analysis of Asphalt Mastics
Yong Rak Kim;D. N. Little.
Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering (2004)
Limits on Adhesive Bond Energy for Improved Resistance of Hot-Mix Asphalt to Moisture Damage
Amit Bhasin;Eyad A Masad;Dallas N Little;Robert L. Lytton.
Transportation Research Record (2006)
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