Curtin University

Site

Curtin Geomechanics and Pavement Laboratory

Accreditation No.

18552

Site No.

20482

Date of Accreditation

Address

Building 206:133, Kent Street
Bentley, WA 6102
Australia

civil.eng.curtin.edu.au/research/pavement.cfm

Contact

Mr Mark Whittaker P: +61 (08) 92663207

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Withdrawn

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Infrastructure and Asset Integrity

Withdrawn
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Aggregate properties Aggregates Particle size distribution Sieve analysis

AS 1141.11.1

MRWA Method WA210.1

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt extraction and grading Asphalts Bitumen content and aggregate grading Centrifugation

MRWA Method730.1

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt mechanical properties Asphalts Marshall stability and flow Not applicable

MRWA Method731.1

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt performance Asphalts Dynamic modulus Asphalt mixture performance tester (AMPT)

AASHTO TP 79

AASHTO T 342

Deformation resistance Wheel tracking machine

AGPT/T231

Fatigue life Flexural bending

AGPT/T233

Stripping potential Tensile strength ratio

AGPT/T232

Resilient modulus Indirect tensile

AS 2891.13.1

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt specimen manufacture Asphalts Specimen conditioning Handling and conditioning

AS 2891.2.1

MRWA Method705.1

Specimen compaction Compaction of asphalt slabs; Gyratory compaction

AS 2891.2.2

AGPT/T220

Evaluation of geotechnical and civil construction material - Asphalt volumetric properties Asphalts Bulk density Presaturation

AS 2891.9.2

Maximum density Water displacement

MRWA Method732.2

Voids and density relationship Not applicable

MRWA Method733.1

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