Rubble Stone is a Form of Construction Aggregate, Typically Produced by Mining a Suitable Rock Deposit and Breaking the Removed Rock down To the Desired Size Using Crushers. It is Distinct from Naturally Occurring Gravel, Which is produced by Natural Processes of Weathering and Erosion and Typically Has a More Shape.
Work executed with more or less large stones put together without any attempt at courses is called rubble walling. Where similar work is laid in courses, it is known as coursed rubble. Dry-stone walling is somewhat similar work done without the use of mortar. It is bound together by the fit of the stones and the regular placement of stones which extend through the thickness of the wall. A rubble wall built with mortar will be stronger if assembled in this way.
Application: Heavy RRC & DAMMER STRUCTURE, RIVERFRONT STRUCTURE, ETC.