Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE)

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EISSN : 2714-6553
Published by: Politeknik Negeri Jakarta (10.32722)
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Yanuar Setiawan, Erlina Yanuarini, Nunung Martina, Muhammad Fathur Rouf Hasan, Rinawati Rinawati
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 62-69; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i02.3628

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The road conditions which is always submerged can reduce the performance of the asphalt pavement. This research was conducted to obtain the characteristics of polymer asphalt concrete against flooding. Marshall testing was carried out on conventional and polymer asphalt concrete with optimum asphalt content treated with water immersion in variations of 0 days, 0.5 days, 1 day, 2 days, and 4 days. The results show polymer asphalt can improve the durability of asphalt concrete which is submerged in floodwater. This is indicated by the difference in the stability value of 113% in the variation of immersion for 4 days.
Ria Ayu Rahmawati, R. Agus Murdiyoto
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 70-76; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i02.3630

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TOD is designed for public transport passengers and pedestrians to provide comfort and safety in creating a healthy lifestyle. Green Building Council Indonesia (GBCI) is needed as a reference and assessment to optimize building design. The purpose of this paper is to determine the extent of the green building concept applied, calculate the met and unmet Greenship criteria, also measure the GBCI Greenship predicate obtained. The data collection method used is project data and data analysis with the index scale method on Greenship New Building version 1.2. The results showed that in Appropriate Land Use categories credit are 11 points of 17 maximum points with percentage 64,71%, the Efficiency and Energy Conservation categories credit is 1 point of 26 maximum points with percentage 3,85%, the Water Conservation categories credit are 9 points of 21 maximum points with percentage 42,86%, the Source and Material Cycle categories credit are 2 points of 2 maximum points with percentage 100%, the Health and Safety Space categories credit are 4 points of 5 maximum points with percentage 80%, and the Building Environmental Management categories credit are 4 points of 6 maximum points with percentage 66,67%. The final results of TOD Pondok Cina Project are 31 points of 77 maximum points with percentage 40,26% which categorized as Building with Bronze predicate.
Latha M S
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 77-95; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i02.3646

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Water tank is a container used for the storing of liquids and they are classified based on shape and location. The overhead tank is an important and it is very common public utility structure. The study predicts the analysis and design of the rectangular and circular overhead water tank using ETABS software. The water tank is modeled and analyzed by using dynamic analysis to resist lateral loads and design is made using working stress method manually. Dead load, live load, wind load and seismic loads are applied based on IS codes. The behavior of structure for the parameters like Story drift, displacement, stiffness, deflection, storey shear, base shear, area of steel and hoop tension for circular and rectangular water tank are studied and then comparison of the results is made between circular and rectangular overhead water tank. By this study we say that the circular water tank is suitable for larger capacity and rectangular is suitable for smaller capacity and it is economical for larger capacity.
Pungky Dharma Saputra
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 52-61; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i02.3416

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Railway infrastructure development is very massive in Indonesia. Many projects have been constructing since 2013, such as the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), Light Rail Transit (LRT), Double-Double Track (DDT), and High-Speed Rail (HSR). And all of these projects were design with elevated structures. When applying precast parapet panel technology in the MRT project elevated section, the contractor didn’t have a reference for precast parapet work activities. Hence, it required new planning for its construction and took time. The project sample of this research was MRT Jakarta CP 103 Project. There were three stages in this research starting from documentation analysis, expert judgment, and respondent survey. There were 5 bridge construction experts and 30 respondents which were professional engineers asked for their recommendations and opinions. Descriptive analysis was applied to know the percentage of opinions. This research focuses on identifying precast parapet activities in elevated railway construction project. There are 14 activities that had been identified in this research, namely preparation, position survey, adjustment material installation, precast parapet panel shifting from trailer to the top of deck slab, precast parapet panel distribution, precast parapet panel installation, rebar parapet installation for concrete stitch, sealing work, concrete casting, formwork dismantling, and finishing. These activities will be very useful for similar precast parapet works in a future project.
Mustaffa Anjang Ahmad, Putera Agung Maha Agung, Muhamad Arif Arsad, Saiful Azhar Ahmad Tajudin
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 45-51; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i02.3113

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Site investigation works is very essential in every construction design work. Soil type and shear strength are the important parameter to design foundation system of insfrastructure project. Site investigations are not only costly, but also time consuming. There many geotechnical engineers tend to reduce site investigation works to decrease the construction cost. Based on these problems, the study was developed on site investigation database for Pulau Indah, Klang, Malaysia using Geographical Information System (GIS). Research study applied the Thiessen polygon method to obtain existing some informations type of soil and shear strength on this site. The research result was the database and map information. These data can be used for civil engineers to obtain site informations of soil type and shear strength parameter for future construction work related to the area.
Nusa Setiani Triastuti, Indriasari Indriasari
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 1-16; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2847

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Indonesia at the location of the earthquake All building structures must meet the structural requirements, namely stiffness, stability, strength. Review structures before building are built determine whether they meet the requirements Methodology Case studies based on secondary data. from the design consultant The author analyzes with the help of structure software. The purpose of this research is to make sure the building structure meets the structural requirements before it is built. The author conducted a design review based on the Indonesian Code (SNI) Desain consultant data , building structure is still twist in shape mode 1 and 2 after checking in software. Then the authors review and improve mainly dimensions, reinforcement columns and add shear walls. As a result of the addition of shear walls and column changes, the structure meets the requirements of strength, stiffness and stability. Building structure does not occur twist in shape modes 1 and 2. That is the role of design structure review before it is built. To increase the stability of the structure at the bottom of the stairs out towards the back is given a retaining wall, overcoming the horizontal direction of active soil pressure, ground water and surface water from the direction of the hill.
Ni'mah Tozahro, Afrizal Nursin
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 17-22; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2859

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In construction industry, its implementation of the construction has its own constraints. A good management or project management system is needed to minimize the risk of these constraints. The latest project management concept that has proven more effective and efficient is Last Planner System method. This study aims to investigate how the implementation of Last Planner System works on Jakarta-Cikampek II Elevated Toll Road Project. With the evaluation of weekly job evaluations using PPC (Percent Plan Completed) and Pareto Variance Constraint analysis, the constraint issues of this project will be identified. Then they are followed up to find the right solution in handling the constraints. The research method is done by conducting literature study, problem formulation, followed by implementing LPS method, which is through work flow control such as phase and pull plan, lookahead plan, constrain analysis, daily huddles, PPC (Percent Plan Completed) calculation, Pareto Chart analysis with data variation of issues that have been obtained. The results show that the average PPC weekly project is 83.04% and the most influential reason that must be concerned its priority is submittals.
Mohamad Fajrunnajah
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 23-27; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2863

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Sea transportation is important to support economic wheels and equitable distribution in inter-island areas in Indonesia. Therefore, adequate transportation facilities and infrastructure need to be provided. With the availability of docks, transportation of goods, services or human transportation can be easier and more efficient. In addition, Indonesia's pulai coast has become a tourist attraction. The types of docks in Indonesia are adapted to the facilities and needs of berths and their functions for the island community. The pier construction is planned to use the method of analyzing the data according to the water, seismic data, wind data, the availability of local materials, size and layout planning and structural planning. The purpose of this study is to find out the general shape of the interisland pier structure in Indonesia and the factors that influence its planning. The method used in this study is a literature review on the interisland pier in Indonesia. The results of the literature review indicate that there are three forms of pier structure in Indonesia with the most form being the quay form which is dominated by the transportation functions of loading and unloading trade goods, and the form of jetty which is dominated by the human transportation function. The shape of the jetty is generally not only made from concrete foundations and deck plates but also uses local materials.
Oswar M Mungkasa
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 28-35; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2921

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The implementation of green infrastructure (GI) in Indonesia accelerated by public awareness of the importance of conservation of natural resources and ecosystems. One of the Indonesian government’s efforts to apply the principles of GI in urban areas in a structured and massive manner is through the Green City Development Program (P2KH) Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR). The approach taken is Green Planning and Design, Green Open Space, Green Energy, Green Water, Green Waste, Green Building, Green Transportation, Green Community. The city that is the case study for discussion is Jakarta. Jakarta Smart City, Green Buildings, Urban Agriculture, and Child Friendly Integrated Public Space (RPTRA) are programs that successfully implemented. The implementation GI program easily accepted if based on the community.
Kusumo Dradjad Sutjahjo, Firhan Yazid, Danang Eko Saputro
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE), Volume 2, pp 36-44; doi:10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2861

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Semarang Toll Road Section ABC is one of many toll roads that are traversed by transport vehicles with a load exceeding the permit limit, especially for vehicles originating from the Port of Tanjung Mas. These overloaded vehicles cause a decrease in pavement condition due to pavement damage on Semarang Section ABC Toll Road Section. This study aims to determine the magnitude of the impact of overload vehicles on the remaining life of the road by using overload vehicle detection from the Weight in Motion Bridge system. The method used in this study refers to Bina Marga Pd T-05-2005-B and AASHTO 1993. Based on the results of the analysis that has been done, it can be concluded that there is a decrease in residual life due to overloading vehicles for the year 2022 in Section A, Line A reaches conditions of 26.93% and 37,46%; Section B Line A achieves pavement failure; Section C of Line A reaches 44.65% and 38.33% conditions; Section A Lane B reaches 32.02%; Section B Lane B achieves failure pavement; and Section C of Line B reaching 54.42% and 40.70%.
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