Archive for October, 2010

On a recent trip to Morocco my wife and I had a whistlestop tour covering 2209km in a week in our hired Peugeot 306. ¬†Arriving on Saturday evening at Marrakech airport we had a lengthy wait while the AVIS rep kept assuring us that our car would be ready in 10 minutes; finally 2 hours later and somewhat frustrated we had our trusty Peugeot and headed out into the madness that is Saturday night Marrakech traffic. ¬†After a couple of detours and a few raised voices we found our guesthouse (http://www.darsouihla.fr)¬†on the…
I can see the searches people put in to reach my site, and a recurring one is "density of type 1 subbase".¬† So in my humble option you should use 2.1 / 2.2 t/M3 for aggregate that has a relative density of 2.7 / 2.8 t /M3.¬† Limestone will be less in proportion to it's relative density as will granite, and some igneous rocks will be more, such as from Hillhouse Quarries in Ayrshire whose relative density from memory is 2.9 t/M3. the lack of facts¬† is we don't routinely measure subbase density as a criteria so there is not…
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