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ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERISTICS MARSHALL USING A

COMBINATION OF SAND AND FLY-ASH MIXED LAYER ON THIN SAND


ASPHALT CLASS A
(SAND SHEET-A)
By:
Muhammad Iqbal Akbar
Nim. H1A112046
ABSTRACT
The research was conducted to illustrate the extent of the effect of using a
combination of sand fly-ash in a mixture of constituent materials Latasir and optimize
the use of fine aggregate with a combined aggregate fraction contrivance according to
the job mix formula.
Tests carried out using the procedure SNI. If the testing procedures are not on
SNI, used other procedures such as AASHTO and ASTM. The design asphalt content
(Pb) as well as the aggregate mix design using analytic methods refer to the
specifications of Highways (2010).
This research used sand of Mandi Angin Village Banjar Regency of
Banjarbaru city, and fly-ash coal combustion waste results of Steam Power (power
plant) Asam-Asam Village Jorong Sub district of Tanah Laut Regency and asphalt
Pen 60/70 Ex-shell Singapore.
The research showed that the stability of Marshall on a combination of the
mixture (100/0, 75/25, 50/50, 25/75) all mixtures satisfy the specifications of
Highways. Flow on the combination of the mixture (100/0, 75/25, 50/50, 25/75) all
mixtures satisfy the specifications of Highways. VFB on the combination of the
mixture (100/0, 75/25, 50/50, 25/75) all mixtures satisfy the specifications of
Highways. VIM on a combination of the mixture (100/0, 75/25, 50/50, 25/75)
mixture satisfy all specifications, except mixtures of Highways 25/75. VMA on the
combination of the mixture (100/0, 75/25, 50/50, 25/75) all mixtures satisfy the
specifications of Highways. MQ on a combination of the mixture (100/0, 75/25,
50/50, 25/75) all mixtures satisfy the specifications of Highways. The mixture can all
be used as road pavement material because it satisfy the standard specification of
Highways.

Key words: Marshall test, Latasir, fine aggregate Ex-Mandi Angin, fly-ash of coal fired steam power plant
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