Marshall method

Mar·shall meth·od

(mar'shăl),
a quantitative procedure for estimating free and conjugated sulfanilamide in body fluids.

Marshall,

Eli K., U.S. pharmacologist, 1889-1966.
Marshall method - a quantitative procedure for estimating free and conjugated sulfanilamide in body fluids.
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Two low-density polyethylene (LDPE) resins and two ethyl vinyl acetate (EVA) polymers were used to modify asphalt binder, and then mixed with asphalt concrete according to Marshall Method of mix design (ASTM D 1559).
The mix design was done according to Marshall Method (ASTM D 1559) of mixed design.
In 2000, Baltimore County switched to Superpave from the Marshall method, says Mark Benner, chief inspector for the county's Bureau of Highways.
MNDOT, contractors and laboratories are testing various mixtures compacted by both gyratory and Marshall methods.

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