solid asphalt

solid asphalt

[′säl·əd ′as‚fȯlt]
(materials)
Asphalt with a penetration number of less than 10 under specified test conditions.
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The project also included renovation of all parking slots in Doha Corniche by replacing old interlock with a more solid asphalt layer enabling ease of maintenance in the future.
'If it wasn't for your investment, there is no way you will drive from here to Bauchi without any pothole; 82 kilometre of solid asphalt road I wasn't even a speaker then.
According to the analysis of (5), the surface free energy and its components can be calculated using the contact angle between the solid asphalt and three liquids with known surface energy parameters [24, 31, 34].
Solid asphalt can crumble beneath your wheels leaving you nose-diving into a lake or hanging in mid-air.
With Ireland one of only two tarmac rounds in the WRC's reduced 12-event calendar this year, Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority-supported Hirvonen - a renowned gravel specialist - knows a solid asphalt performance in the season-opener is essential if he is to put the early pressure on tarmac-king Loeb.