asphalt


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Synonyms for asphalt

mixed asphalt and crushed gravel or sand

a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation

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cover with tar or asphalt

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Much Asphalt is South Africa's largest asphalt producer, servicing a range of customers engaged in road construction and maintenance activities.
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Their presentations will provide cutting edge information on asphalt binder modification, testing handling, construction and performance to meet the demands of today's highways.
studied the rheological properties of SBS/sulfur-modified asphalt systematically and observed the morphology at elevated temperatures by optical microscopy (16-18).
The research in the Washington State (USA) indicated that in 10% of the tested asphalt samples, taken from the roads of this State, the upper and lower asphalt layers were separated (Muench, Moonmaw 2008).
Although our understanding of asphalt has greatly increased over the past 15 years, Canada's roads have net improved.
Doug Carlson, executive director of the Rubber Pavements Association, said he has never heard of problems before with rubberized asphalt and buses sinking into it, known as rutting.
One large caution with compression machines: Because of their nature, the jaw or especially the cone does not like asphalt feed.
With gasoline prices around $3 per gallon, the cost of transporting asphalt has also had a negative effect on paving jobs.
RAP is a resource rich in asphalt and aggregate, and just as we test and process virgin materials, so too should we judge the quality of RAP and process it.
EHP regrets the incorrect and unintentional inference in "Paving Paradise: The Peril of Impervious Surfaces" [Environ Health Perspect 113:A456-A462 (2005)] that coal tar pitch is used in the actual hot-mix asphalt used to pave roads.
Air-blown asphalt, he explained, is asphalt that hardens when mixed with air at a high temperature.
During explorations of the seafloor in the southern Gulf of Mexico late last year, researchers discovered peculiar lavalike flows of asphalt that had gushed down the slopes of a steep undersea knoll.
Demand for asphalt products is forecast to advance 1.
Indonesia has no longer needed asphalt import as the asphalt production of Cilacap refinery belonging to Pertamina has met the domestic demand for this black sticky material, which is usually used for making road surfaces or roofs waterproof.