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Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering
ISSN : 25993356     EISSN : -     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.30659/jacee
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Journal of Advanced Civil & Environmental Engineering invites and welcomes the submission of advanced research and review papers, innovations and developed selected conference papers that have never been previously publicized. This journal provides publications and a forum to the academics, scholars and advanced level students for exchanging significant information and productive ideas associated with all these disciplines. The relevant topics of the latest progressive findings or developments will be taken seriously into consideration, the topics covered by the journals include: Materials Structure and Structural Analysis Geotechnic Water resources/hydro Construction management Transportation Highway engineering Environmental science and engineering
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Liquefaction Analysis Based on Liquefaction Potential Index Method in Prambanan Temple Complex of Jogjakarta Lisa Fitriyana; Bayu Prasetyo Afandi
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 3, No 2 (2020): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.3.2.66-72

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Prambanan Temple is a cultural heritage located in Jogjakarta. Tectonically, the Special Region of Jogjakarta and its surroundings are an area with a fairly high level of seismic activity in Indonesia. Geotechnically, the soil in Jogjakarta is sandy with similar gradation. The thickness of the sand ranges from -50 m to -60 m. Whereas, the ground water level is located at a depth of -12 m during dry season and in rainy season, it rises from -6 m to -4 m. The impact of soil types and the high Ground Water Level (GWL) allow it for liquidation to occur during an earthquake. This study was conducted using liquefaction analysis, through Liquefaction Potential Index (LPI) method with ground water level variations. Before analyzing the liquefaction using LPI method, Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA) methods were used, and analysis could then be done through Cyclic Resistance Ratio (CRR) and Cyclic Stress Ratio (CSR) to obtain safety factors and the Liquefaction Potential Index analysis was then conducted. To analyze this liquefaction, earthquake data from 2004 to 2019 and the results of the SPT field test at the Prambanan Temple were needed. From the liquefaction potential analysis through Liquefaction Potential Index (LPI), the results showed that in CSR Seed & Idriss (1971) and CRR Tokimatsu & Yoshimi (1983), GWL 1 m at depths from 4.5 m and above, the potential of liquefaction occurrence was high. The largest PGA value was obtained based on the Matsuchka (1980) method on May 26, 2006 which was 0.102.
Erodibility of Granular Materials Models Ari Sentani; Didier Marot; Fateh Bendahmane
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.1.2.49-56

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Abstract: Two means physical processes are involved in failure of a dams structure: either a mechanical failure by sliding, or a hydraulic failure by erosion. The causes of failures are internal erosion (23 cases between 44), or external erosion (20 cases of overtopping) and 1 case of sliding. In consequence, internal erosion is the most frequent cause for all the water retaining structures. A series of test are needed to develop models that can describe the internal erosion. This research uses two kinds of tests. They are The Consodilated Drained (CD) Triaxial test and The Erodibility test with triaxial erodimetre. These two tests uses mixture between Kaolinite Proclay (25%) and Fontainebleau Sand (75%) with 9% of water content. The result shows that confinement pressure increase, time for obtained maximal deviatoric also increase. When deviatoric stress is increase, percentage of deformation is also increase. And also the volume variation of specimen is decrease in function of deformation. For the second test, the result shows after the loss of fine particles in the soil, the original dilative stress-strain behavior changes to be contractive and the peak stress is decreases. Comparing the results of Chang & Zhang in 2011, the curves rank in a coherent way for the stress-strain curve although it used different speciments.
Strength and Weakness Characteristics of Using Polymer Based Alternative to Steel Mesh In Underground Coal Mine Strata Akash Talapatra
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.37-45

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Nowadays a viable development of polymer based material as an alternative to the steel mesh material has been increased at a notable amount for providing enough support in the underground roadways. This feasibility study done on the development of using polymer based alternative is related with both of the chemical & physical properties of the selected material. If the polymer alternative has a considerable amount of capability to tolerate all the physical & material constraints equal to or above the normal steel mesh, then the possibility of using polymeric alternatives have been increased at a greater extent. For this reinforcement test, an experiment practice would be done by comparing the mechanical properties of the steel mesh with the polymeric material such as modulus property, elongation-at-break, yield stress etc. After that, a suitable polymer based alternative will be applied for underground roadway support in upcoming days.
The Effect of Hole Width on Full Height Rectangular Opening Castellated Steel Beam with Diagonal Stiffener Concerning Its Flexural Capacity Muhamad Rusli A.; Prabowo Setiyawan; Dessy Maimunah; Destia Wulandari
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.76-84

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The use of a diagonal stiffener in a full height rectangular opening castellated steel beam can prevent the failure mechanism of vierendeel. This results in the flexural capacity of the castellated beam higher than the original IWF profile. The flexural capacity of a castellated steel beam can be optimized by designing the hole width on the web section. This research aims to find out the effect of several values of castellated steel beam hole width on the flexural capacity. In this research, there are 4 castellated steel beam models whose flexural capacity values are calculated using the truss analysis and pushover analysis methods. Based on the calculation results, it can be concluded that the smaller the value of the hole width, the greater the flexural capacity of the castellated steel beam will be. The largest increase in flexural capacity from the original IWF to the castellated beam is 140.93%.
Vibrational analysis of Levy-type plates by using SEM Shota Kiryu; Buntara Sthenly Gan
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 1, No 1 (2018): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.1.1.18-29

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The use of the frequency-dependent spectral method in structural dynamic related problems is known to provide very accurate solutions while reducing the number of degree-of-freedom to resolve the computational and cost drawbacks. This paper investigated the vibrational characteristics of a rigid pavement road which is modeled by an isotropic Levy-type rectangular thin plates. The Spectral Element Method (SEM) in the frequency domain is developed to formulate the free vibration problems of the plate. Transcendental stiffness matrices are well established in vibration, derived from the exact analytical solutions of the differential equations of a plate element. The present spectral element model has four line-type degree-of-freedoms (DOF) on each edge of the Levy-type rectangular plate. Natural frequencies are found using the Wittrick-Williams algorithm. Numerical examples are given to show the effectiveness, efficiency, and accuracy of the SEM by using one element, unlike the FEM, the SEM gives exact solutions of the natural frequencies of plates without element discretization procedures.
Investigation on the Compressive Strength of Gunny Sack Fiber Concrete under High-Temperatures Nur Fithriani F. Cholida; Purwanto P.; Hani Purwanti
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 3, No 1 (2020): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.3.1.27-35

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Gunny sack fiber concrete has not been explored especially the behavior under high temperatures. This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation of gunny sack fibrous concrete (percentage of 0.5% of volume) given a monotonic- compressive load. A number of cylindrical test specimens were made which consisted of control specimens and which were incinerated at temperatures of 300oC, 600oC and 900oC. The concrete -compressive strength was designed with three variations of the cement water ratio to get the compressive strength of a standard cylinder with normal, medium and high -quality compressive strength categories. Experimental results show that normal to high quality concrete can be produced with gunny sack fiber substitution. The compressive strength of the gunny sack fiber concrete decreased significantly from the control specimen to the specimen which was burned at 300oC. The loss of compressive strength from the control specimens to the post-burn specimens of medium quality and high -quality of gunny sack fiber concrete was the same compared with the loss of compressive strength of normal- quality concrete. This study also carried out a comparison of the degradation of the compressive strength of steel fibrous concrete with gunny sack fiber in post-burn conditions.
Element Modeling of Masonry Wall With Opening Under Lateral Force Danna Darmayadi; Muhamad Rusli Ahyar
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.1.2.71-87

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Abstract: Three-dimensional Finite Element Model for Masonry Wall with openings under lateral force using ABAQUS software. Finite element model verification with an experiment masonry wall in the laboratory without openings. The load-displacement relationship of finite element model is well agreed with experimental results. Parametric studies conducted on masonry wall with openings to investigate the influence of an area of openings. This research aimed to investigate the behavior of Masonry Walls with openings under lateral force. The result showed that the increase of the area of openings decreases stiffness and strength of masonry. It is also well observed from the result that lateral resistance of masonry will decrease for each area of the opening wall.
Supply Chain in the Construction Industry: Micro, Meso, Macro Moh Nur Sholeh; Mochamad Agung Wibowo
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 3, No 2 (2020): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.3.2.50-57

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The construction industry is so fragmented that in its implementation many have resulted in increased costs, delays, and inefficiencies. But this fragmented can not be a reason not to innovate. One approach to the solution used is supply chain construction. The purpose of this study is to map supply chains micro, meso, and macro. This level is tiered from the bottom to the top level as the concept of supply chain management. The qualitative and quantitative research method was used to map and analyze supply chains for each level. The results showed the micro-level is the basis of the supply chain which can be measured by SCOR for example. The meso level focuses on the strength of construction companies. Construction company strategies framework contract and Enterprises Resource Planning (ERP). Macro-level includes supply chain accumulation from micro and meso. It is expected that at the macro level is the harmonization of supply chains between stakeholders, namely the government, contractors, suppliers, and distributors with good policy regulations.
Determination of Rain Intensity Based on Rain Characteristics Observed from Rain Observation Stations Around South Jakarta Pavita Khansa; Evi Siti Sofiyah; I Wayan Koko Suryawan
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 3, No 2 (2020): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.3.2.106-115

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South Jakarta has the highest rainfall concentration and the most flood location in Jakarta. Therefore, an urban drainage system is needed to control surface water so flood can be prevented. This research aims to support the urban drainage system planning by determining rainfall intensity based on three methods, those are Van Breen, Bell Tanimoto, and Hasper der Weduwen. The most suitable method will be selected by comparing the value of rainfall intensity with Talbot, Sherman, and Ishiguro approach. This research reveals that the most suitable method is the Van Breen Method with the Talbot equation. The result of the calculation is rainfall intensity for 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, and 100 years rain return period, with each range 27.2 – 182.8 mm/hour, 36.8-197.6 mm/hour, 43.1-206.3 mm/hour, 51.1-216.6 mm/hour, 57-223.9 mm/hour, and 63-230,8 mm/hour.
Variation of Splice Length with Bending Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Sulastri S.; Ilham Nurhuda; Antonius A.
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.25-36

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The splice length of the distribution depends on the concrete stress with reinforcement, generally the bond stress is tested by pull out testing where pull out testing can provide a good comparison between the efficiency of the attachment of various types of reinforcement surfaces. However, the bending behavior of the beam is very different from the pure tensile pull out test. This study presents the effects of variations of lap splice (30db, and 40db) in the area of beam pull. The first test object was a beam BN - 0 (non splice length) which was a normal beam. The second test object was a beam BN - 30db with the splices length(ld) of 480 mm and the third test object was a 40db beam with the splice length (ld) of 640 mm.  The test used a pure bending test method with loading of Two Point Loads on a simple support beam. The results gained from this study obtained flexural capacity in BN-0 (non lap splices) of 115.15 kN, flexural capacity of BN - 30db of 90.484 kN, and beam flexural capacity of BN-40db of 124.848 kN. The displacement ductility at BN-30db decreased 35% to BN-0 and displacement ductility at BN-40db increased 48% to BN-0, the bond strength attached to BN-40db increased 2.92% to BN-30db. The splice length (ld) 40db was able to develop the ability to achieve yield stress loads and the spread of crack concentration around the joints.