Marshall test

Mar·shall test

(mar'shăl),
manual deviation of bladder neck during strain or cough to ascertain presence of stress urinary incontinence.
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In the process of making a mix design, the Marshall Test sample is made in 5 variations in asphalt content, namely 5.0%, 5.5%, 6.0%, 6.5%, and 7.0%.
The Marshall test is carried out to determine the best asphalt-aggregate ratio of the modified Buton rock asphalt with different mixing amounts.
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Required quantities of mineral fillers and binder are determined using asphalt mixture design methods such as Marshall test (Ozgan et al.
A nip and tuck first half saw James Berrett and Ben Marshall test the agile Luke Daniels on more than one occasion, but it was the Pirates who came closest to plundering the lead when Danny Coles headed a Swallow set piece against the underside of the bar.
Our study is based on Marshall test, to make it, we focus on the modification's influence on compactness (and the residual vacuums), stability and flowing while making a comparison between the modified bituminous concretes and that of pure bitumen 35/50.
Marshall test results (75 blows, compaction temperature 150[degrees]C) Stability (kN) 18.04 8.00 Min.
Adjusting the size of the gradation is the simplest way to make the indicators of the Marshall test meet the requirements.