Adhesion of granules on asphalt shingles: assessing the effects of weather factors

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ConferenceProc. First Int. RILEM Congress: 07 September 1987, Versailles, France
Volume2
Pages444451; # of pages: 8
SubjectRoofing; granules (shape); gravel; adhesion; weathering; solar radiation; granule; embedment; adhesion of granules; accelerated weathering; weathering; asphalt degradation; durability; ultraviolet (uv); Roofs; Roofs; Couvertures; granule (forme); gravier; adhérence; action des intemperies; rayonnement solaire
AbstractThe effect on weathering on the adhesion of granules on shingles was studied with reference to four samples obtained from shingled roofs that had undergone various durations of natural weathering, ranging between six and twenty-nine years. The results showed an increase in the adhesion of granules, which suggested that a different cycle of hot/cold temperatures could simulate natural condition.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
IdentifierIRC-P-1586
NRC number30236
1376
NPARC number20378845
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