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ExtEndEd AbstrAct: This research work focused on the investigation of the properties of asphalt binder modified with different percentages of nanoclay (NC) and nanosilica. The nanosilica was manufactured from two different sources: silica fume (NSF) and rice husk (NSH). Results showed that NSF tends to decrease the penetration and increase the softening point temperature (SFT) and rotational viscosity (RV). However, NC content more than 3% was found to increase the penetration and decrease bothdoi:10.15828/2075-8545-2016-8-4-42-67 fatcat:bwhp42nmsrg7vnsrmw633wdqzq