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3 edition of Symposium on mineral aggregates, 1948. found in the catalog.

Symposium on mineral aggregates, 1948.

American Society for Testing and Materials.

Symposium on mineral aggregates, 1948.

Fifty-first annual meeting, American Society for Testing Materials, Detroit, Mich., June 21-25, 1948.

by American Society for Testing and Materials.

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Published in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aggregates (Building materials)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesIts Special technical publication no. 83
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA431 A4 1948
    The Physical Object
    Pagination233p.
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17069915M

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    Separating Aggregates With Different Durability Characteristics D. W. Lewis paper by Rhoades and Mielenz (5) in the A.S.T.M. Sym­ posium on Mineral Aggregates. The same symposium also con­ Heavy Liquid Media for Separating Aggregates With .   The stability of granular materials and bituminous mixes increases with increase in dry density or decrease in voids in the mix. Therefore the proportions of materials in the mix are designed to obtain a desired gradation which yields maximum density. An investigation was carried out on gradation requirements of the mixes to obtain maximum density and stability values, using coarse aggregates Cited by: 2.

    An Aggregate Testing Technician—Level 1 is an individual who has demonstrated the knowledge and ability to properly perform, record, and report the results of basic field and laboratory procedures for aggregates. Scope and Knowledge: The program requires a working knowledge of the following AASHTO/ASTM standards: T 2/D75—Sampling Aggregates. Methods for the Assessment of Oil-Mineral Aggregates. Book January Oil-mineral aggregate (OMA) formation is a natural process which .


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