t3501-f08-004 - CGN 3501 TEST NO 4 NAME PART I...

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1 CGN 3501 TEST NO. 4 NAME _______________________ 12/8/08 PART I – MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS (4 pts. each) Answer: ___1. Which one of the following bituminous materials does not occur naturally? (A) Lake asphalt. (B) Rock asphalt. (C) Gilsonite. (D) Tar. ___2. The results of Flash Point tests are reported in (A) ° C or ° F, (B) %, (C) seconds, or (D) Poises. ___3. The results of Saybolt Furol Viscosity test are reported in (A) ° C or ° F, (B) %, (C) seconds, or (D) Poises. ___4. A Rapid Curing Cutback asphalt is made by using which one of the following solvents? (A) Benzene. (B) Diesel Oil. (C) Kerosene. (D) Gasoline. ___5. A Rapid-Setting asphalt emulsion must pass which one of the following tests? (A) Cement mixing test. (B) Stone coating test. (C) Thin film oven test. (D) Demulsibility test. ___6. The purpose of the Rolling Thin Film Oven Test (RTFOT) is (A) to simulate the effect of a rolling thin film on asphalt, (B) to evaluate the ability of an asphalt to be stretched to a thin film, (C) to determine the ductility of an asphalt, or (D) to simulate the effect of heating and mixing on an asphalt in an asphalt mixing plant. ___7. The purpose of the Pressure Aging Vessel procedure is (A) to simulate the effect of heating and mixing on an asphalt in an asphalt mixing plant, (B) to evaluate the resistance
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