graded aggregate

graded aggregate

Aggregate having a particle-size distribution characterized by uniform grading.
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A series of investigation on mechanical properties of graded aggregate base material (referring to assembly of granular materials for construction of highway base layers) was performed alone [10-15] to meet the engineering needs, both under motonic and cyclic loading conditions.
Burial depth of the pipe ranged from 10 to 20 feet along the pathway using GDOT Class II material for backfill and a graded aggregate bed.
Along with the numbers 3, 8 and 57, Gibraltar Rock also produces dense graded aggregate, screenings, ballast, rail ballast, jetty rock and rip-rap.
North of I-20, 16 inches of pavement were removed and replaced with 8 inches of graded aggregate topped with 8 inches of RCC, anticipating possible future use of the shoulder as a traffic lane.
It is a combination of acrylic resins and specially graded aggregate. Wide temperature range (as low as -20 [degrees] F) allows application in areas previously left unprotected, including outdoor applications.
Calcium chloride is used with well graded aggregate mixtures, ranging from coarse aggregates through silts and clays, to produce dependable mechanically stabilized materials.
With the dense graded aggregate, raveling may be caused by insufficient binder.
Clean, dry, uniformly graded aggregate is placed in damaged asphalt and smoothed to grade before application of the polymer.