Ductility test, Civil Engineering

Ductility Test:

The ductility of a bituminous binder is its ability to deform under load and return to its original condition after removal of the load. The property is determined by extending a standard briquette of bitumen and measuring the distance in cm at which the bitumen will break (Figure ).

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