Bituminous courses, Civil Engineering

Bituminous Courses

Types of Bituminous Courses

The following are the various bituminous course commonly used :

(a) Prime Coat

(b) Tack Coat

(c) Surface Dressing

(d) Open Graded Premix Carpet (PC)

(e) Bituminous Macadam (BM)

(f) Dense Bituminous Macadam (DBM)

(g) Semi-Dense Bituminous Carpet (SDBMC)

(h) Dense Bituminous Carpet (BC)

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