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APPLIED RESEARCH ON CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT (ARCEE)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27146553     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32722/arcee.v2i01
The proposed articles can come from the fields of material, structure, geotechnical, construction management, water resources, and environment, transportation, and implementation method & health and safety work in planning, operating, evaluating, and maintenance of building, bridge, and environment.
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Risk Analysis of Toll Road Accident Using Fmea and Ahp Methods Edelweis Gent Haryanto; Eva Azhra Latifa
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 1 No. 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2676

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Road accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the world. It is not only the victims that killed or seriously injured, but accidents significantly affected the quality of life of the people as well as economic and social development in the country. However, the threat of road accidents has not been fully recognized, and has not been well studied even though it is one of the most frequent causes of human death and loss of property. This research was conducted to determine the causes of accidents on the toll road with the FMEA method (Failure Mode Effect Analysis) which is divided into 3 factors: human factors, vehicle factors, and road factors. After that, determining the alternative solutions for dealing with accidents on toll roads using the Analytical Hierarchy Process based on 3 criteria: cost, time and impact. The results showed that based on FMEA analysis, the highest risk factors were found to be human factors caused by negligence. Based on risk factors due to negligence, the results of AHP analysis are: the impact criteria as the main criteria with a weight value of 0.77, and the chosen alternative solution is the fulfillment of functional feasibility with global weight 0.42. Fulfillment of functional feasibility can be done by adding road equipment such as traffic signs and rumble stripe markers.
Performance of Embeded of Precast Beam Type Wet and Dry Joint at Maximum Moment A. Rudi Hermawan; Eka Sasmita Mulya
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 1 No. 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2677

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Research of perform of embedded precast beam was result many data (a) average tensile strength of joint between plate embedeed with plate joint was 628,55 Mpa (b)average tensile strength of joint between plate with reinforce bar D12,59 was 597,16 Mpa for tensile strength of plate with failure at reinforce bar (c) average tensile strength of reinforce bar D12,59 was 605,23 Mpa and yield strength was 425,87 Mpa (d)average tensile strength of plate 4,58 mm thick was 456,86 Mpa and  yield strength was 335,02 Mpa. For welded joint need several control quality so that no hole in that perform of welded couse can decrease tensile strength of joint. Conclusion of this research is embedded for precast concrete type wet and dry can be used for construction of joints of beam.
Green Building Concept with The World’s Largest Seismic Isolated Hospital in Turkey Kemal Solak
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 1 No. 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2678

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Certification systems used to test green buildings have become popular nowadays. In addition, there has been a gradual increase in the involvement of the players in the construction sector and public awareness of sustainability. These systems, which are useful in mitigating the building's environmental impacts, reveal difficulties in their implementation, especially for devoloping countries. Because of the problems affecting the population, such as air pollution and health problems, most world states came together and held conferences to take joint binding decisions. In Turkey, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is first on the total number of certified green buildings, followed by the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) and the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). This article summarizes the methodology used by some of these rating methods, shows a comparative approach between these rating systems, and provides an overview of how green building relates to sustainable development practices. Lastly, the building of the hospital was analyzed using  LEED certification system as a case study and the differences in the results were evaluated.
Investigation of Air Circulation For Indoor Air Quality Of Middle-Class Apartment in Jakarta, Indonesia Dyah Nurwidyaningrum; Miftahul Ulum; Billy Septanto Syamsumarno
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 1 No. 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2679

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The most significant energy used in middle-class apartments is the air circulation unit. The use of energy from the air circulation system is related to the comfort of the user in the housing unit, so it adjusts to the applicable standard. The objection of this study is to investigate the optimization of the air circulation system in middle-class apartments in an urban area. The method is a comparative study of the government standard. The stages of the research did site observation, take air quality measurement, and interview with the questionnaire. Indoor air quality data collected are temperature, relative humidity, CO, and CO2. The data measurement compared to SNI 03-6572-2001 on Procedures for Designing Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems in Buildings, Indonesian National Standardization.  The questionnaire was to find out the comfort of residents on indoor air quality (IAQ). This study reveals that almost all air quality aspects are consistent to standard, except the temperature. The results of this study that meet the criteria related to air circulation are air movement 40%, relative humidity 65.5%, air movement 40%, CO 78%, and CO2 95%. The result of the questionnaires states that 72.4% of residents feel comfortable with the air quality in the dwelling unit. The size of the room and the adequacy of ventilation in the place influences the value of the air circulation system besides air movement.
Scheduling of Application for Siteplan Authorization Permit (Case of Licensing Process at Investment and Integrated Licensing Services Office in Sleman Regency) Fitri Nugraheni; Vendie Abma; Sigit Yasien
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 1 No. 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2680

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The permit process must comply with laws and regulations. The permit functions as controlling and supervising tool from the government of activities in certain cases based on the guidelines that must be implemented. The permit also functions as a disciplinarian and regulator in accordance with the law in the administration of government. In the process, several constrains or obstacles often occur in terms of the period of the process as well as technical and non-technical constrains. In this research, an analysis of the scheduling of the site plan permit approval process is based on field data related to the site plan permit approval process with the PERT method. The data used are primary data in the form of interviews and filling in the form of questions and secondary data in the form of a site plan approval process flow. The data that has been collected is then processed and analyzed in several stages. First, calculate the expected time period (te) using interview data and the results of filling in the expected time period (te), so that the expected time period for each activity will be found in accordance with the site plan approval process flow. Second, determine the dependency relationship between activities. In this stage, the relationship between each activity is determined. Third, create a network by changing the existing site authorization process flow into a form of network planning. The results of the schedule using the PERT method are a period of 38 days with alternatives that can be done to reach the time (Tx) of 18 working days in accordance with the Regent Regulations. In addition, the probability of the overall activity being completed is 0.8531 or 85.31%.

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