asphaltic material

asphaltic material

[a′sfȯl·tik mə′tir·ē·əl]
(materials)
A solid, liquid, or semisolid mixture of heavy hydrocarbons and nonmetallic derivatives; obtained from naturally occurring bituminous deposits or from residues of petroleum refining.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"The jaw-cone-VSI system with dry screening enabled us to produce our existing product mix plus the asphaltic material with a very good cubicle shape," Reid said.
Oil in bitumen and asphalt was found to have a detrimental effect with regards to the quality of the asphaltic material as it leads to reduced adhesiveness to the aggregates leading to stripping and ravelling (Villanueva et al, 2008 and Katamine 2000).
Ductile iron pipe is coated on the outside with asphaltic material. In areas with severely aggressive soils, a polyethylene tube or sheet encasement has proven to provide highly effective protection and is covered by ANSI/AWWA C105 standard.
Every year, a large quantity of milled asphaltic materials is generated from the rehabilitation and maintenance work carried out by the DoT and other government and private entities.
The DoT project aims to develop procedures and operational policies as well as technical specifications for management of pulverised asphaltic materials produced from roads and pavement maintenance works.