the laying of rolled asphalt designed using the marshall test in a full-scale experiment on the a33 winchester by-pass, 1972, is described. eight sands covering a wide range of grading, particle shape, optimum marshall stability and optimum binder content (some being outside the grading limits of bs 594:1961) were used to produce 30% stone-content rolled asphalt wearing courses. asphalt for each sand was laid with five binder contents; optimum, optimum + or - 0.75 per cent, and optimum + or - 1.5 per cent. the experimental sections will be studied by measurements of transverse profile, sideway force coefficient and texture depth. (a).

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