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Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum
ISSN : 25811037     EISSN : 25495925     DOI : -
Core Subject : Social, Engineering,
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum (JCEF) is a four-monthly journal on Civil Engineering and Environmental related sciences. The journal was established in 1992 as Forum Teknik Sipil, a six-monthly journal published in Bahasa Indonesia, where the first publication was issued as Volume I/1 - January 1992 under the name of Forum Teknik Sipil.
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Study on Strength and Stiffness of Meranti Wood Truss with Plywood Gusset Plate Connection and Lag Screw Fastener Naomi Pratiwi; Johannes Adhijoso Tjondro
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 1 (January 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (902.699 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jcef.30230

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Wooden truss could be one of the options to be used as structural element in both in building and bridge. Wooden truss overcomes the limitation of timber with great dimension with necessary strength. In this study, the wooden truss was designed with Meranti wood type with elasticity modulus of 10,520 MPa and specific gravity of 0.8. The timber used has cross-section size of 45 mm × 45 mm, with truss frame span of 2,445mm and height of 400 mm. The connection between the timbers was using 18 mm thick plywood with 6 mm lag screw fastener. The destructive testing that was conducted on 3 test samples showed a result that the strength of the truss was at an ultimate load of 31,042 N with a ductility ratio of 5.61. Numerical study of the truss’ stiffness with this connection model resulted in stiffness degree value of 0.94. 
Integrated Simulation of Spillway and Diversion Structure in Flood Risk Assessment of Upper Solo River Saraswati Renaningsih
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 2 (May 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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Wonogiri Reservoir is a multi-purpose hydraulic structure that is used for water supply service and flood control in the watershed area of Upper Solo River. Inflow of the Wonogiri Reservoir comes from 10 rivers in the watershed’s catchment area. As for the purpose of reservoir’s sediment controller, a new spillway is constructed; and also closure dike is being built, which influenced the change on reservoir storage characteristic, and then means that a new reservoir operation guideline is necessary. Therefore, study on flood routing on the watershed of Upper Solo River at the new condition of the reservoir operation is needed. The analysis was conducted to acquire detailed information on flood characteristics of Wonogiri Reservoir and Upper Solo River started from the downstream of the reservoir until the downstream control point in the Jurug Water Level Recorder including the flood discharge and the maximum water level. The analysis procedure was performed by four components, which are flood forecasting, reservoir flood routing, rainfall-runoff lateral inflow, and hydraulic channel routing. The analysis result was integrated into a software package which was arranged by using the Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012, Microsoft Access, and HEC-RAS. With the support of the software, it was expected that the decision making in the spillway operational is more quickly and more accurate (rapid assessment) in order to improve the flood control performance in the area of Upper Solo River.
Disaster Risk Analysis to Support the Development of Regional Spatial Plan of Tasikmalaya Regency, Indonesia Wiwin Winarti
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 2 (May 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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Tasikmalaya Regency is one of the regencies on the West Java Province that is vulnerable to disaster and currently in the second position at national level. Based on data from BPBD (Regional Disaster Management Agency) of Tasikmalaya Regency, from January to June 2016, total disaster was 243 events and 64% landslide disaster, with total loss of IDR 19.5 billion. Therefore, multi-disaster risk mapping is necessary, as a form of mitigation effort. This multi-disaster mapping was arranged with steps as follows: analysis and mapping of vulnerability or susceptibility, capacity and risk of each disaster, based with Geographic Information System (GIS) with Arc Map 10.3 software, then being combined (overlay). The susceptibility and capacity levels used the parameters as according to Regulation of Chief of BNPB (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana – Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management) No. 02 Year 2012, which are: social susceptibility, economy susceptibility, physical susceptibility and environmental susceptibility. Study of landslide, flood, and earthquake disasters risks were classified according to BNPB Chief Regulation No. 02 Year 2012 into 3 (three) multi-disaster risk classes with Natural Breaks (Jenks) method, which resulted into: low risk class (57.01%), medium risk class (35.08%), and high risk class (7.92%). Based on the study, it is known that the region with classification of high risk to disaster needed to be rearranged in the spatial pattern planning, as a revision material for the Land Use Plan (Rencana Tata Ruang Wilayah – RTRW) of Tasikmalaya Regency in 2011-2031.
Reinforced Concrete Corbel’s Behavior using Strut and Tie Model Mutmainnah Rahman Putri
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 2 (May 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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Reinforced concrete (RC) corbel is one of a disturbed region of elements of the structure. SNI 2847: 2013 as a guideline from Ministry of Public Works provides the design of RC corbels by the conventional method and with Strut and Tie Model (STM). The aim of this study is to determine and compare the behaviors of corbels experimentally that designed with both methods. The testing was conducted on two series of specimens and each series consisted of two specimens. Group 1 was designed using conventional method while group 2 designed using Strut and Tie Model. The axial column was tested under 50 kN fixed axial loads and corbels was tested under monotonic loads gradually increased up to failure. The results showed that with the provided steel and compressive strength of concrete, the shear capacity using the conventional method by analysis and experimental respectively were 363.164 kN and 345.7 kN, while the shear capacity using Strut and Tie Model by analysis and experimental respectively were 306.953 kN and 299.35 kN. The shear capacity of specimens using conventional method was 13.40 % greater than by using Strut and Tie Model and the shear capacity for each conventional and STM method were 1.9232 and 1.6653 greater than designated load.
Urban Flood Control in Sringin Catchment, Semarang City, Central Java Province, Indonesia Ngo Pheaktra
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 2 (May 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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Sringin is the lowland area located in Semarang city which has been vulnerable to rob flooding from the Java Sea along with flood triggered by the intense amount of rainfall. The case study will further discuss the hydrological analysis, transformation of rational method into flow hydrograph with the design rainfall of 25-year return period, and unsteady flow analysis by HEC-RAS 5.0.3 under existing condition and design condition. The result shows that the design rainfall of 25-year return period measures 173 mm in vertical length and data collected from the office of public work, Semarang city can be used to implement the design scenario with normalization of drainage system and the increase of levee with the freeboard up to 0.75 m is proved to be the solution to the flood inundation in that flood-prone area while the flood under existing condition has caused excessive discharge at downstream up to 9 hours.
Mix Design of Self Compacting Concrete Based on Ultra High Compressive Strength Flow Mortar Mix Soca Anggoro Wulan; Iman Satyarno; Ashar Saputra
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 4 No. 1 (January 2018)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/jcef.29797

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Mix design of Self Compacting Concrete or SCC is not straight forward because many parameters control its rheological properties. The case becomes more complicated if high compressive strength is also to be achieved. Therefore simpler approach is used, that is by firstly determining the flow mortar mix which is easier to be designed even with the requirement of ultra-high compressive strength. The mix design of SCC is then determined by simply adding the coarse aggregate with a certain amount of that mortar mix. In this research the ultra-high compressive strength flow mortar was made of Type I cement, 15% of cement weight silica fume, weight ratio of cement and curve No IV sand was 1: 0.35. The water-cementious ratio was 0.22 and the amount of plasticizer was 1.3%, 1.4%, 1.5% and 1.6% of the cement weight. For the SCC, the used coefficient was taken to be 1.4, 1.6, and 1.8 of the volume of that aggregate void for mortars, the aggregate value was at the volume of the remaining count of mortar and its size was 4.8 mm - 9.6 mm. Test results show that the mortar flow ability was 170 mm, 180 mm, 220 mm and 250 mm, where the achieved compressive strength was 83.1 MPa, 96.8 MPa, 111.4 MPa, and 135.5 MPa respectively. Mortar mix with 1.6% super plasticizer was then used for making the SCC and the results show that the concrete flow were 460 mm, 580 mm and 660 mm and the compressive strength were 88.2 MPa, 100.0 MPa, and 97.9 MPa.  It can be concluded that using this simpler approach the SCC can have 580 mm flow and 100 MPa compressive strength
A STUDY OF CAPABILITY AND WILLINGNESS OF LOCAL SOCIETY TO FUND THE OPERATIONAL AND MAINTANANCE OF POLDER IN BANGER RIVER SEMARANG Adi Jatmiko; Darmanto Darmanto; Sunjoto Sunjoto
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum VOLUME: XXIII/1 - JANUARY 2014
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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East Semarang District deals with a very serious problem for flood and robs threat. Rob is caused by high tide in the sea, while flooding caused by heavy rainfall. Banger River conveys run off flow from East Semarang District to the sea. Banger Polder System comprises dike surrounding Banger Polder and also dam aimed to protect it from rob attack, pump Station to control the water level, and retention pond used also as fishpond. To maintain urban polder management and flood protection system, society participation is highly. The purpose of this research was to determine the willingness and capability of communities to pay the operational and maintenance of polder system. Research focused on Banger Polder Area located at 10 Sub Districts in East Semarang District with the scope of discussion is to assess the society willingness-capability to pay the operational and maintenance of polder system. Primary data were collected by Contingent Valuation (CV) sample survey method using closed ended referendum elicitation format (Bidding game format), or closed questions by providing an alternative of answers choice. Society willingness in funding the operational and maintenance of polder can be determined by maximal costs that have been paid by society required to cope with flood and inundation problem in Semarang District. Society capability in funding polder operational and maintenance can be showed as a relation between total income and maximal capability of society in funding polder operational and maintenance. Result of data analysis showed that 87% society is categorized as capable society, and 12.67% society is incapable in funding polder operational maintenance. Result of data analysis showed that 81.33% society having the willingness, and 18.67% as the rest in paying the operational and maintenance of polder. Percentage of society which has the willingness and capability is approximately 72%. Income, building and land asset were used as decision variable in estimating participatory rates, fair, equitable, and independent which is expected to be sustained.Keywords: Social willingness, social capability, polder operational and maintenance costs.
THE CAPACITY AND CIRCULATION OF PASSENGER TERMINAL BUILDING IN REGIONAL AIRPORT (CASE: MINANGKABAU AND ADISUTJIPTO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS OF INDONESIA) Amalia Defiani
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Volume: XXI/2 - May 2012
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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The dissertation explains about capacity and flow inside terminal buildings in two regional airports in Indonesia: Minangkabau and Adisutjipto International Airports. Both airports have similar characteristics of passengers’ number and locations as tourism areas. Secondary data in the form of existing terminal layouts and air traffic numbers were gained from both airports authorities in Indonesia. The analysis was carried out using the formulas from Japan International Cooperation Agency – Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Indonesia(JICA-DGCA) studies in 1996 for significant areas in the terminal building, Ashford and Wright formula for calculating aircraft movement per hour, Microsoft Excel for calculating the 10-year passenger growth rate, and SPSS for determining the linear equation for domestic departure resulted in the forecasted saturation in the near 2020 for both of airports, especially on passengers’ handling areas such as boarding lounge (for departure) and baggage claim area (for arrival). The research resulted in ideas to overcome problems related to the increasing capacity by adding areas (if possible) and changing layouts. Some other options such as implementation of more effective signage and the suggestion of centralizing security checking areas also are being brought—though needed further research. There should be an addition of numbers of security check lines, appropriately to the increasing number of passengers. If a single queuing line creates delays, then the need for extra line(s) is a necessity Keywords: Airport, Terminal Building, Capacity, Flow, Minangkabau, Adisutjipto  
Laboratorium Study of Asphalt Starbit E-55 Polymer Modified Application on Asphalt Concrete Wearing Course (Ac-Wc) Damianus Kans Pangaraya
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 1 No. 3 (September 2015)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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The conventional asphalt road has almost been considered fail to serve the transportation needs. It is indicated by the occurrence of premature damage which is caused by vehicle load and climate. Starbit E-55, the polymer modified bitumen, is formulated to meet the requirement of transport development. Considering those needs, it is important to investigate the feasibility level of that modified bitumen as alternate asphalt instead of the conventional one. This research began with the measurement of the properties of hard layered AC-WC Starbit E-55, then comparing the result to 60/70 penetration of Pertamina asphalt. The next step is then, to determine the converted value so as to be close to that of Pertamina (60/70 penetration). This step is conducted by applying durability and ITS tests on the mixture. Result of the tests showed that hard layered AC-WC Starbit E-55 has better characteristic at 5.7% optimum level asphalt and 6.4% of Pertamina asphalt (60/70 penetration). Starbit E-55 converted level within hard-layered ACWC is 5.6%. The performance test result on immersion with variance of 1, 3, 5, 7 and 14 days shows that durability value of Starbit E-55 AC-WC has better performance. During the process, Starbit E-55 required 15.38% higher energy consumption.
Suitability Analysis of Office Building Design against Maintenance Cost (Case Study of Serayu Opak River Basin Organization, Yogyakarta Province) Mario Puji Hersanto; Ashar Saputra; Suprapto Siswosukarto
Journal of the Civil Engineering Forum Vol. 3 No. 3 (September 2017)
Publisher : Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, UGM

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This study aims to determine the effect of building design's inaccuracy against the cost of maintenance, by taking the research in Serayu Opak River Basin Organization, Water Resources Field and Water Resources Management Center in Yogyakarta Special Region. The first step is to analyze the inaccuracy of building design based on the result of interview and observation during field survey. The second step is to analyze the cost of building maintenance. The third step is to analyze the maintenance costs used to minimize the effects of the inaccurate design of the building. The result shows the inaccuracy of building design in the form of the use of clear glass without coated glass film and the absence of heat insulator on the roof of the building cause the room to become hot. The installation of rain gutters without vertical pipes, toilet facilities in the entire building is not yet complete, inadequate accessibility for persons with disabilities, and inadequate corridor design. There is a small portion of the maintenance budget used for reducing the impact of building design's inaccuracy, so it can be concluded that the design of the building is less meet the requirements of the Government regulations.

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