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APPLIED RESEARCH ON CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT (ARCEE)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27146553     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32722/arcee.v2i01
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VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AT MT. BROMO INDONESIA BY USING TIME-SERIES LAND SURFACE DEFORMATION AND GIS Arbad, Arliandy P.; Takeuchi, W.; Aoki, Y.; Ardy, Ahmad
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.1954

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Among the 127 active volcanoes located in eastern Java, Indonesia. Mt. Bromo is the most famous active volcano, type of Mt. Bromo is a strombolian. Many aspects that make volcano an interesting, we conduct a critical and comprehensive study and analysis concerning of volcano eruption based on remote sensing and GIS approaches. Nowadays, remote sensing play an important role to observe volcanic activity and facilitate real-time information. The method used in this study is the determination level of risk in the Mt. Bromo by Pairwise Comparison method. Vulnerability parameters to be obtained from the potential of land deformation, population density, and distance from the volcano dome. In addition, we used SAR data to observe time-series land surface deformation which derived from PALSAR sensor and the images which L-band frequency characteristic on board from Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) with active microwave sensor to achieve cloud-free and day-and-night land observation. The dataset is composed of 24 SAR images, collected from 24 May 2007 to 5 July 2016 (Descending passes, HH polarization). Consequently, the information result has been created and processed at a municipal or city level including thematic maps, the database has been built, classified and analyzed by using GIS environment. The main idea is providing hazard mitigation map at Mt. Bromo to provide adequate guidance for disaster-prone areas to determine the level of disaster risk.
LITHOLOGY INTERPRETATION BASED ON WELL LOG DATA ANALYSIS IN “JS” FIELD Sari, Tri Wulan; Sujito, Sujito
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.1955

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Reservoir lithology types in a prospect zone of hydrocarbon can be known through well log data analysis, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Lithology interpretation based on qualitatively well log data analysis, has been successfully carried out by K-1 and K-3 well log data on JS Field, West Natuna basin, Riau Islands.Main focus of the research is types of lithology indicated by response the petrophysical well data log of Lower-Middle Miocene Arang Formation. Arang Formation was deposited immediately on top Barat formation and depositional environment in this formation is transitional marine - marine. Petrophysics log shows well data are log gamma ray, resistivity, neutron porosity, density, and sonic. The limitation of study are on four types lithology, they are coal, sand, sally sand, and shale. Lithology on well K-1 dominate by shale, there is thin intersection between sand and coal. The well of K-1 have sand thickest around six meter. While on well K-3 Petrophysics log data shows thin intersection between coal, sand, shaly sand, and dominated by shale. The thickest Sand have thickness 29 meter, and thicker than on K-1 well. The result in this study, the formation dominated by types of lithology “shale”.
BOND STRENGTH OF BAR USING GROUTING FOR PRECAST CONCRETE CONNECTION Rosyidah, Anis; Sucita, I Ketut; Sukarno, Praganif; Sari, S. R. Permita; Sari, Chintya
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.2311

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In precast concrete, a connection is needed to unite the components so that they become a whole unified structure. This study aims to determine the reinforcement strength and length of reinforcement in precast concrete connections. To paste reinforcement into precast concrete, giving additional material in the form of grouting which is called sika grout 215 and functions as an adhesive is necessary. Pullout testing is carried out in the laboratory, and its simulation by modeling uses the finite element method based software. This research is divided into 2 phases. The first phase is making specimen to examine the bond strength between the concrete and reinforcement that has been given sika grout 215. So monolithic specimen is made as a comparison. The result of the bond strength of the monolithic test specimen is 6.24 MPa, and the sika grout 215 category is 6.52 MPa. From the experimental results in the laboratory with modeling, it is obtained the bond strength ratio of 0.94. The length of development (ld) based on the results of the testing phase I of 200 mm. The second phase is examining the damage pattern due to the stress that occurred. Specimens are made into 4 categories, namely modeling developments with the length of 120 mm (<40% ld), with the length of 160 mm (<20% ld), with length of 200 mm (= ld), and with the length of 260 mm(> 30% ld) both for monoliths and sika grout 215. The damage pattern, which is in the form of yielding and breaking reinforcement as the result of the pullout experiment in the laboratory shows not much different from the result of simulation using the software.
METHOD OF STRENGTHENING STRUCTURE OF BUILDING Triastuti, Nusa Setiani
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.2312

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The owner asks the author to see the condition of the commercial building. The author recognizes that Commercial Buildings do not meet the requirements of the structure of strength, stability, and stiffness. Of the substructure and upper structure of commercial buildings in the business center in Riau Province. Even though they have been built, they do not meet the structural requirements. A thorough analysis is needed from the bottom structure to the top structure. This research aim is strengthening under and upper structure, nothing moving the user and operational — survey methodology with collecting primary and secondary data. Substructure and upper structure data are analyzed for the cause of the damage. The solution is the design and construction stages — design of substructure and upper structure strengthening. The right construction stage applies for an essential role in the success of the construction because the condition of the existing structure from the bottom up is weak. The structural improvement achieved successful results
IDENTIFICATION OF GROUNDWATER DISTRIBUTION USING SELF POTENTIAL METHOD Hasan, Muhammad Fathur Rouf; Swastika, Tri Widya; Martina, Nunung; Wulandari, Linda Sari
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.1953

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Drought is one of the biggest problems for the community, this problem will be slightly resolved by the compilation of regions with groundwater sources. This research has been carried out in the karst area, Druju Village, Sumbermanjing District, Wetan Regency, Malang. The purpose of this study is to determine the distribution of underground air and the pattern between underground rivers in the Wonorejo draw well and spring sources in the Kaligoro River, Wonorejo Hamlet.The method that used is the Self Potential (SP) method to set the moving electrode (leap frop) with 104 measurement points. The results of this study indicate the value of electric potential shown between 0-13.5 mV, and assume that a low potential value (0-1 mV) is an indication of groundwater distribution. Areas with low potential values are found in the empathy area. When taking a distribution of water on the surface of the land that appears through the Kaligoro River, it does not need to go out in one stream with an underground river flowing in the wells of the residents. The area with the lowest potential value is a reference in making wells

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