Akhtar Tayebali, PhD, PE

Professor

  • 919-515-7611
  • Mann Hall 411

Education

Ph.D. 1990

Civil Engineering

University of California, Berkeley

M.Eng. 1987

Civil Engineering

University of California, Berkeley

M.S. 1985

Civil Engineering

University of Regina-Saskatchewan

B.Tech. 1983

Civil Engineering

Indian Institute of Technology-Powai

Research Description

Dr. Tayebali is interested in pavement materials, pavement design and rehabilitation, performance based mix design and analysis systems for conventional and modified bituminous mixes.

Publications

Laboratory evaluation of workability and moisture susceptibility of warm-mix asphalt mixtures containing recycled asphalt pavements
Kusam, A., Malladi, H., Tayebali, A. A., & Khosla, N. P. (2017), Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 29(5).
A mechanistic approach to evaluate the potential of the debonding distress in asphalt pavements
Cho, S. H., Karshenas, A., Tayebali, A. A., Guddati, M. N., & Kim, Y. R. (2017), International Journal of Pavement Engineering, 18(12), 1098–1110.
Laboratory evaluation of warm-mix asphalt mixtures for moisture and rutting susceptibility
Malladi, H., Ayyala, D., Tayebali, A. A., & Khosla, N. P. (2015), Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 27(5).
Evaluation of warm mix asphalt technology for surface mixtures
Ayyala, D., Malladi, H., Khosla, N. P., & Tayebali, A. A. (2014), (pp. 701–708).
Importance of normal confinement to shear bond failure of interface in multi layer asphalt pavements
Karshenas, A., Cho, S. H., Tayebali, A. A., Guddati, M. N., & Kim, Y. R. (2014), Transportation Research Record, (2456), 170–177.
Effects of higher percentage of recycled asphalt pavement on pavement performance
Visintine, B., Khosla, N. P., & Tayebali, A. (2013), Road Materials and Pavement Design, 14(2), 432–437.
Gradation effects on the mechanical response of crushed stone aggregate
Cunningham, C. N., Evans, T. M., & Tayebali, A. A. (2013), International Journal of Pavement Engineering, 14(3), 231–241.
Quantifying the greenhouse gas emission reductions associated with recycling hot mix asphalt
Levis, J. W., Barlaz, M. A., Tayebali, A., & Ranjithan, S. R. (2011), Road Materials and Pavement Design, 12(1), 57–77.
A procedure to quantify organic antistrip additives in asphalt binders and mixes
Chen, C., Tayebali, A. A., & Knappe, D. R. U. (2006), Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 34(4), 269–274.
Development of a procedure to determine the effectiveness of asphalt-removing solvents
Kulkarni, M., Xu, Q. X., & Tayebali, A. (2003), Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 31(5), 429–437.

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Grants

Use of Moisture-Induced Stress Test (MIST) to Determine Moisture Sensitivity of Asphalt Mixtures
NC Department of Transportation(8/01/16 - 7/31/19)
Effectiveness of TSR Test in Evaluating Moisture Sensitivity of WMA Mixes
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/13 - 6/30/16)
Surface Layer Bond Stresses and Strength
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/12 - 10/15/14)
Impact of WMA Technology on the Use of RAP Mixtures in NC
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/12 - 5/15/15)
An Evaluation of Warm Mix Asphalt Technologies for NCDOT Mixes
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/10 - 6/30/13)
Effect of Gradation on Predicted Performance of Aggregate Base Course
NC Department of Transportation(1/01/08 - 6/30/09)
Effect of Prolonged Heating on the Asphalt-Aggregate Bond Strength of HMA Containing Liquid Antistrip Additives
NC Department of Transportation(7/01/06 - 6/30/08)
Fatigue Characterization of PMI Asphalt Mixtures
Petrochem Marketing, Inc.(9/15/05 - 12/15/05)