Asphalt Calculator

Asphalt Calculation

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1625.40 Ton

Volume = 700.00 m3 | 24720.29 ft3

Asphalt calculation

Total Volume = $Length×Width×Depth$

Total Volume = $10.×7.×10.$

Total Volume = 700.00 m3

Total Quantity = $Total Volume×Density of Asphalt$

Total Quantity = $700.00×2322$

Total Quantity = 1625400.00 kgs or 1625.40 ton

What is Asphalt calculation?

Asphalt is a mixture of aggregates, binder and filler, used for constructing and maintaining roads, parking areas, railway tracks, ports, airport runways, bicycle lanes, sidewalks and also play- and sport areas.Aggregates used for asphalt mixtures could be crushed rock, sand, gravel or slags. Nowadays, certain waste and by-products, such as construction and demolition debris, are being used as aggregates, which increases the sustainability of asphalt.In order to bind the aggregates into a cohesive mixture a binder is used. Most commonly, bitumen is used as a binder, although nowadays, a series of bio-based binders are also under development with the aim of minimising the environmental impact of the roads.An average asphalt pavement consists of the road structure above the formation level which includes unbound and bituminous-bound materials. This gives the pavement the ability to distribute the loads of the traffic before it arrives at the formation level. Normally, pavements are made of different layers.

Asphalt Calculation
${\mathrm{Volume of Asphalt=}}_{}{\mathrm{Length}}_{}×{\mathrm{Width}}_{}×{\mathrm{Depth}}_{}$

$Total Quantity=Total Volume×Density of Asphalt$
Where,
• ft3 is a total volume (Cubic feet) and m3 is a cubic meter.
• length, breadth and depth in feet/inch.

Note:
1 m3 = 35.3147 ft3

Importance of asphalt calculation

Asphalt is a flexible pavement built in multiple layers with a continuous flow of material moving through the asphalt paver.Asphalt has low initial costs, lasts longer, and due to its recyclability, has residual value greater than other pavements.The smooth surface of asphalt provides maximum tire contact with the roadway, increasing skid resistance. The dark color of asphalt reduces glare, helps melt snow and ice, and provides a high contrast for lane markings. Asphalt pavements are fast to construct. Because asphalt effectively needs no “cure” time, motorists can use roadways as soon as the last roller leaves the construction zone.