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Comparison of Marshall Quotient Value on Laston Ac-Wc with Additional Pecan Shell Charcoal Waste

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering (IJATCSE) (Vol.13, No. 2)

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Page : 84-91

Keywords : Asphalt; Pecan Shell; Marshall Test Characteristics;

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Some factors that affect the durability of asphalt include the type of asphalt concrete mixture used, Mixed materials must have good mechanical properties and be able to support high traffic loads. This study aims to determine the characteristics of marshalls in the addition of asphalt coated concrete wear (laston AC-WC with a percentage of hazelnut shell charcoal mixture of 0%, 2%, 3%, and 5%, and determine the effect of the quality of stiffness of the hazelnut shell charcoal waste mixture. This study used the marshall test method. The results showed that wear-coated concrete asphalt (AC-WC) with the addition of 5% hazelnut shell charcoal met the specifications, as well as a mixture of asphalt concrete with a charcoal content of 0% hazelnut shells or pure test objects. The value of VIM, and VFA is not a percentage of 0%, 2%, 3%, and 5% that meet the predetermined specification so that the difference in pure Ac-Wc laston and Ac-Wc laston with coconut shell charcoal additives, can be proven by the Marshall quotient value in the absence of a mixture with an average Marshall Quotient value of 590.13 Kg, in a mixture of 2% with an average Marshall Quotient value of 1004.91 Kg, on a mixture of 3% with an average value of 1024.99 Kg, and on a mixture of 4% with an average value of Marshall Quotient of 681.93 Kg. Thus, it can contribute to the development of road construction technology and become a reference in the use of hazelnut shell charcoal in wear-coated concrete asphalt mixture (AC-WC) as an alternative to environmentally friendly and sustainable mixed materials

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