Concrete Asphalt Marshall Stability Using Concrete Objective Waste

THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL, International Journal of Society Development and Engagement

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Title Concrete Asphalt Marshall Stability Using Concrete Objective Waste
Creator Sumargono, Sumargono
Candra, Agata Iwan
Ridwan, Ahmad
Winarno, Budi
Budi, Ki Catur
Kharisma, Dwifi Aprilia
Subject Marshall Method
Concrete Test Wastes
Description The road is one of the most important infrastructures. The community needs it because the road functions to connect the source of production. Asphalt is an aggregate binding material in road pavement construction, which plays an important role in determining road pavement performance. Road Pavement, in general, uses materials that are still fairly common. This study uses a fine aggregate of crushed concrete specimens. The method used is an experiment on the addition of concrete test specimens with percentages of 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, and 50%. Marshall method which is the basis for calculating the stability value and flow. the results of 5 Marshall test samples of asphalt concrete mix utilizing concrete waste obtained the characteristics of the average value of the study that all had met Highways' requirements at a VMA value of 18.22%, a value of 4.22 VIM.%, VFB value 75.04%, STABILITY value 4806 kg, FLOW value 3.24 mm, and Marshall Quotient (MQ) value 14958.1 kg / mm.
Date 2020-07-29
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL; Vol 3 No 2 (2020): March 2020; 78-87
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 THE SPIRIT OF SOCIETY JOURNAL

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