Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil

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ISSN / EISSN : 0216-1346 / 2407-3857
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Hisam Asngari, Suradji Gandi, Fatma Sarie
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 17-21;

In every building, a foundation is needed as a strong and sturdy building foundation. The foundation aims to support the building and pass the load on the building above it to a layer of soil that is strong enough to have a bearing capacity. To calculate the carrying capacity of the soil, there are many formulas that can be used. The results of each of these formulas produce different carrying capacity values. The purpose of this study is to calculate and analyze the bearing capacity of shallow foundations from the results of hand boring with the Terzaghi and Meyerhof methods. The results showed that the carrying capacity of the shallow foundation soil in the Terzaghi method was smaller than that of the Meyerhof method. The value of the terzaghi method is 353,443 KN /m2, while the Meyerhof method has increased by 70,094%, with a value of 601,185 KN /m2.
Syafri Wardi, Aulia Kartika Sridewi, Arman A.
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 10-16;

Fosroc Conplast R and Fosroc SP 337 are additives for the concrete mixture which are used to delay the setting time of the concrete mixture, thus, it can extend the time for the concreting work. Previous studies have verified that the addition of Fosroc SP 337 and/or Fosroc Complast R additives increases the compressive strength of concrete, but no previous studies have investigated the effect of adding these additives on the compressive strength of concrete with variations in water-cement ratio. Therefore, this research is conducted to investigate the effect of adding Fosroc Conplast R and Fosroc SP 337 additives on the compressive strength of concrete with variations in water-cement ratio, by conducting the test on properties of the materials for designing the concrete mixture proportion, then the compressive strength test is conducted and the compressive strength of concrete is compared with the design compressive strength based on SNI 03-2834-2000. The compressive strength test was conducted at the concrete age of 7 and 28. Concrete with the addition of 1% Fosroc Conplast R and 1% Fosroc SP 337 additives, produces a higher compressive strength than the design strength of normal concrete without additives, thus, this additive is applicable to extend the time for the concreting work in the construction field
Addinuri Addinuri, Titik Wahyuningsih, Anwar Efendy
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 41-50;

Indonesia is one of the developing countries where cases are more complex than developed countries, one of which is traffic jams that we often encounter in some cities, one of which is Mataram City, resulting in an increase in the number of traffic movements of various types of vehicles, increasing the density of intersection traffic flows and the need for traffic management. the right way to regulate the smooth flow of traffic, aims to determine the performance of the intersection and the application of one-way traffic engineering on Jalan Dr. Wahidin Rembiga - Mataram City, which has quite severe congestion due to inadequate road width, is a connecting road between cities and regencies, resulting in an increase in the number of diverse movements of various types of vehicles. The application of the one-way road system as a solution to overcome congestion. Each segment has a different road width and shoulder width. using the 1997 MKJI guide (Indonesian Road Capacity Manual). The main factors as research parameters are the degree of saturation and the level of segment service. The results of the level of service performance are very clear on the Jalan Dr. Wahidin when the existing condition obtained a degree of saturation value of 1.13, it means that the service level of the segment gets an F value, the implementation of a one-way system, the degree of saturation drops to 0.52, the level of service changes to C which is very influential on road service and overcomes congestion on the road.
Aloysius Andrianto Saputro, Christanto Yudha Saputra Sukamta, Herlina Sulistyani
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 59-68;

The construction of a new road that crosses the village of Jerukwudel-Baran-Duwet, is one of the development projects aimed at the development of road infrastructure in the South Coast region of Java. The construction of this road is in the area of Gunung Kidul Regency which is has a karst morphology, it causes the formation of sink holes that can trigger the occurrence of soil sinking (luweng) and endanger buildings / construction above or surrounding areas. The research method conducted by the author is the retrieval of field data supported by geoelectric data. From the field, obtained 26 sink holes that are divided into 2 types, collapse sink hole (18 locatiosn) is on the cliff and has an average diameter of 1.1 meters. Then the drop out sink hole (8 locations) is on the body of the road, and has an average diameter of 0.9 meters. The dominant lithology is carbonate rocks (packestone, wackestone and crystalline rock). There are two morphology forms in this area, doline and cone karst, both forms are associated with the type of sink hole formed. Where on the doline found dropout sink hole and in cone karst found collapse sink hole. From the interpretation of geoelectric data, it can also be determined the potential of subsurface cavities and soil sinks that have formed on the surface.
DeviA Devia
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 22-29;

The International Roughness Index (IRI)'s survey is a longitudinal profile survey to determine Roughness Index of road. The purpose of this survey is to provide an overview of road conditions and provide input in optimizing the maintenance and rehabilitation of the existing roads in the city of Palangka Raya. The data used for analysis is IRI’s data from surveys on several roads that represent conditions in Palangka Raya City with the RoadLabPro application on car. The results showed that the Beruk Angis road had an average IRI value of 9 m/km. On the Yos Sudarso road with an average IRI value of 5.06 m/km. On the Tjilik Riwut road section, the average IRI value is 4.53 m/km. On the Beruk Angis road section with conditions of light damage to severe damage. Proper handling of the Beruk Angis road section needs to be considered for road improvement. The Yos Sudarso and Tjilik Riwut roads with moderate conditions and are handled with regular maintenance.
Maya Saridewi Pascanawaty, Agustini Ernawati, Titik Wahyuningsih
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 30-40;

Red brick is one of the materials that is still quite widely used in construction practice, because it is quite easy to get and the price is relatively cheap. Red masonry wall is a pair consisting of a binder (mortar) and a filler (red brick) known as masonry. Masonry generally provides durable construction, where the constituent material, mortar quality, and workmanship greatly affect the durability of the overall wall construction. The installation of infill walls causes the structure to become more rigid, which can sometimes cause different failure behavior between structures without infill walls and structures with infill walls. This also affects the capacity and ductility of the overall structure. Several research results show that the interaction of the infill wall with the framework is very effective in increasing the strength, stiffness, and performance of the structure in resisting lateral loads due to earthquakes. This study takes the example of a 4 (four) floor building. The analysis is carried out by modeling the walls in the SAP2000 software application, where the structural models include: Model I fully uses frame elements, Model II is a structure modeled by including infill walls without plastering as a shell element, Model III is a structure modeled using infill walls with stucco reinforcement as the shell element, and Model IV is a structure modeled using infill walls with stucco reinforcement and counter wire as the shell element. The comparison parameters in this study are structural strength and deformation. Based on the results of the analysis, Model II, 90% stiffer than the open frame structure (open frame) Model I; while Model III is 92% stiffer than Model I; and Model IV, 97% stiffer than Model I which, when viewed from the X-direction earthquake load. When viewed from the Y-direction earthquake load, the infilled frame structure for Model II is 88% stiffer than the open frame structure (open frame) Model I; while Model III is 91% stiffer than Model I; and Model IV, 99 % stiffer than Model I. Moment and latitude values ​​of Model II, Model III, Model IV are smaller than Model I both in terms of the X-direction earthquake load and the Y-direction earthquake load. Infill walls of Model II are larger than those of Model IV and Model III when viewed from the X-direction earthquake load or due to the Y-direction earthquake load. and very qualified for use in areas with high earthquake risk
Apu R. Anggen
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 51-58;

Community in Desa Karason Raya District Tewah have no access to the State Electricity Network (PLN), when electricity is needed for development in this village. Karason Raya Village has potential of water resources that can be used as a generator of Micro Hydro Power Plant (MHPP) but these resources are not optimally explored. This study aims to determine the socio-economic conditions, geological conditions, hydrology. The amount of power that can be provided by the Micro Hydro Power Plant (MHPP) and the strategies when the Micro Hydro Power Plant (MHPP) wll be developed by SWOT Analysis. Research is done in Desa Karason Raya District Tewah. Methodology used was secondry data analysis, interviews, and field observations to obtain the necessary data. Results showed that the type of Malihan Pinoh rock (PzRp) composed of fillit , kis, quartize and genealogy. The slope of ground conditions along Sungai Pasak suling tributary quite steep on both the river are rocky hills that are not symmetrical. Calhmet wide area 7.50 Km², 1.30 m³/sec measureable water discharge, 13 metres high water fall and potential generated power of 168.339,60 watts
Eka Purnamasari, Revian Daffa Sosiawan
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 1-9;

Abutmen is an under-bridge building located at both ends of the bridge pillars, serving as a load bearer that occurs on the upper structure of the bridge including the wind load load of the floor plate or force that occurs by the vertical load down. The province of South Kalimantan will widen the road, namely on the Batakan section of Kuala Tambangan Village, Tanah Laut Regency. Therefore, a bridge was built in Kuala Tambangan Village located in Batakan Section which is expected to support transportation. The length of the bridge span is 25.00 m and has a width of 6.00 m. The analysis was to plan an alternative structure of the lower building on the Kuala Tambangan Village bridge. Loading using LRFD (Load and Resistance Factor Design), loading standard for SNI 1725:2016 bridge and RSNI T-12-2004 (concrete structure planning for bridge). Based on the calculation of Substructure Abutment bridge has a length of 8.00 m, and a width of 2.80 m. The quality of concrete used is 25 MPa and the quality of reinforcing steel is BJ-TD 35 with a steel quality of 343 Mpa.
Hudan Rahmani, Noor Jasmani, Aminullah Aminullah, Hendra Cahyadi
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 10, pp 69-77;

The Batulicin ferry port in Tanah Bumbu and the Tanjung Serdang crossing in Kotabaru, Pulau Laut district, has a very important role for transportation in facilitating the flow of goods and people as a series of the South Kalimantan Axis Cross Road that connects the city of Banjarmasin and all cities in South Kalimantan province and the city. -cities on the island of Kalimantan to Kotabaru, Tanah Laut district. With the economic development around coal mining, plantations and tourism in South Kalimantan, it is estimated that the need for transportation services from year to year always increases. To anticipate these conditions, the land transportation system and crossing required optimal performance standards. This research was conducted at the Batulicin - Tanjung Serdang crossing by taking case studies at the Batulicin and Tanjung Serdang ferry ports. The purpose of this study is to find a solution to the problem of optimizing the Batulicin port operating system whether additional ships are needed due to the long queue of passenger cars and goods that will cross from Batulicin to Kotabaru or vice versa. The data collected includes the performance of the crossing system, data retrieval is carried out on December 20 to December 24, 2021. Data analysis is based on the concept of combined costs, between vehicle waiting time costs and ship operating costs, with the number of ships. From the results of the discussion, it can be concluded that operational management in the form of an optimal performance system requires 4 ships with a minimum combined cost reference.
Fitriansyah Fitriansyah, Miftahul Iman, Aminullah Aminullah
Media Ilmiah Teknik Sipil, Volume 9, pp 116-123;

The intake building for Embung Sei Bubu had been designed to be an open channel with the flood gate. The flood gate had been designed from steel with a net width of 1.35 m and the height of the door opening is 0.0076 m. The corrosion is one of the hazardous threat to the strengthness and durability of the flood gate. This research numerically models flood gate that was attacked by pitting corrosion. The pitting corrosion had been modelled in several small holes randomly were distributed on the surface of the flood gate, precisely on the surface of the water. The numerical modeling had been performed in finite element method utilized computer programs such Abaqus. The results showed there was a reduction in the capacity of the steel flood gate due the hole increasing. The reduction in stress capacity had been indicated by the stress concentration that was occured around the pitting corrosion. The stress reduction occured with the change in the percentage of pitting corrosion distribution area of ​​10% (225 MPa), 20% (175 MPa) and 30% (120 MPa)
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