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Series: Standard Specifications for Transportation Materials and Methods of Sampling and Testing
Publisher: Amer Assn of State Hwy; 34 edition
Item Code: HM-35-M
ISBN Number: 978-1-56051-625-5
tem Format: Paperback
Item Pages: 4652
Year Published: 2015
The 35th Edition of the Materials Book contains 479 materials specifications and test methods commonly used in the construction of highway facilities, including 71 revised and 19 new specifications and test methods.
This is the last print edition of this publication. In the future it will only be a web based publication.
Five volume set.
This Thirty-Fifth Edition of Transportation Materials is published in three parts. Part 1 contains specifications for materials; Part 2 includes methods of testing and specifications for testing equipment, many of which contain both U.S. Customary and Metric units of measure; and Part 3 contains provisional standards. Part 1 contains 138 materials specifications and 57 Standard Practices. Overall, technical revisions were made in 26 of the standards since the Thirty-Fourth Edition, 38 standards were reconfirmed, 5 new standards were added, no standards were discontinued, and 1 standard was deleted. A number of specifications were included in this publication at the request of the AASHTO Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures.
Many of these specifications agree with those of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). In all cases where the Association and ASTM standards are technically identical, or substantially identical with some changes, reference to the ASTM designation number is shown in the heading of the specification.
In previous editions, AASHTO has printed ASTM standards which have been adopted by AASHTO and given an AASHTO designation. This was done under a long-standing copyright arrangement between AASHTO and ASTM. Starting with the Thirty-First Edition, AASHTO-approved ASTM standards are not printed. Instead, the AASHTO specification includes the corresponding ASTM designation number and any AASHTO exception to the ASTM specification. A complete list of AASHTO specifications with corresponding ASTM standards is included following the Table of Contents.
General jurisdiction over Association standards in this field rests with the AASHTO Highway Subcommittee on Materials, which has members representing each of the 50 States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia that constitute the Member Departments of the Association, and the U.S. Department of Transportation. In addition, the Subcommittee has representation from several of its Associate Members, including the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority, and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Also represented on the Subcommittee are some of the Association’s International Associate members, including the Canadian Provinces of Nova Scotia and Ontario.
Beginning in 1993 with the Sixteenth Edition, material specifications and test methods are published by AASHTO each year. Annual revisions are voted upon by the Association’s 52 Member Departments prior to the publication of each new edition of this book, and if approved by at least two-thirds of the Member Departments, they are included in the edition as standards of the Association.
Per the Style Manual for AASHTO Publications and the Subcommitteeʼs guidelines, standards may include supplementary requirements, annexes, appendixes, and notes. Some are mandatory and some are not.
• Supplementary requirements apply only when specified within a contract.
• Annexes are mandatory.
• Appendixes are nonmandatory.
• Numbered notes, whether within the text or listed as endnotes, are nonmandatory, explanatory material.
• Lettered notes in tables and figures are mandatory except when they occur in supplementary requirements or appendixes.