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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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Analysis of the Effect of Pavement Conditions on Vehicle Speed Sekar Ayu Kusumawardhani; Nuzul Barkah Prihutomo; Danang Eko Saputro
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 3 No. 02 (2022): System Advantages in Construction
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v3i02.4148

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The Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) Toll Road is a logistics route that acts as an essential transportation artery to facilitate logistics distribution. This toll road connects strategic locations to support logistics distribution. It can lead to the repetition of traffic loads, causing a decrease in the pavement quality marked by road damage. Road damage that occurs can reduce the level of safety and comfort of road users. To minimize accidents due to road damage, road users will drive their vehicles at lower speeds in locations/segments that have damage. In the study, the level of road damage was analyzed using the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) method. Vehicle speed using the time mean speed method and then statistically analyzed using linear regression using SPSS v.26 software to determine how much influence road pavement conditions have on vehicle speed. Based on the results of the analysis on the Jakarta Outer Ring Road (JORR) KM 35+000 – 45+000 toll road, the pavement conditions of the toll road are in the good category with various vehicle speeds for each group with a range of 44.80 km/hour to 79,98 km/hour and the effect of pavement conditions on vehicle speed is 51.6% for class 1 vehicle, 58,1% for class 2 vehicle, 42,2% for class 3 vehicle, 42,9% for class 4 vehicle, 44,8% for class 5 vehicle.
Comparison of BIM and Conventional Method to Analyze Dimension and Volume of Abutment Rayhan Anugrah Yuliano; Nunung Martina; Safri #
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 3 No. 02 (2022): System Advantages in Construction
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v3i02.4157

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The development of the industrial era 4.0 is rapid, one of which is the BIM (Building Information Modeling) method for surveying activities, namely 3D Scanning. The 3D Scanning method, which can obtain millions of points in point clouds in one scan, is expected to provide higher accuracy and more efficient and effective operating time than conventional methods. Conventional methods, which still apply human plotting, require more time and human resources because they have to move from one point to another, and their accuracy is highly dependent on the quality of human resources. This research was conducted at the Interchange Project of the Batang Industrial Estate, Central Java, and aimed to compare the dimensions, volume, and shop drawings of the 3D Scanning method with the conventional method and the advantages of the 3D Scanning and Modeling method. The results obtained in this study are that there is an average dimension difference of 0.007 m from the shop drawing image, then there is a difference in the average coordinate point of 0.028 m which causes the Abutment position to shift from the shop drawing image. BIM is one method for get the volume of structures on Interchange Project with careful results and faster process. The calculated volume is based on shop drawings. The results showed that the difference between the conventional BIM method in the volume of concrete was 1.156%, and in the granular heap, there was a difference of 1.292%. The advantages of these 2 BIM methods are how they operate, which has started to implement an automation system and requires less time than conventional methods.
Performance Evaluation of Highrise Building Structure Based on Pushover Analysis with ATC-40 Method Dermawan Zebua; Koespiadi *
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 3 No. 02 (2022): System Advantages in Construction
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v3i02.4334

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The concept of earthquake-resistant buildings is very meaningful to try on buildings located in certain earthquake areas, especially in Indonesia considering the situation which is located in a shock area with a fairly high intensity of events. The purpose of this research is to determine the seismic performance criteria of the planned structure using the SMRF (Special Moment Resisting Frame) structural system from the results of the displacement values ​​using the ATC-40 code, showing the yielding scheme (plastic joint distribution) that occurs from the calculation results of the software program, knowing the pattern of building collapse so that it can be known joint- joint that is damaged and damaged from the pushover analysis. From the results of the research, the building structure is able to provide nonlinear behavior which is indicated by the initial phase and the majority of the occurrence of plastic joints occurs in new beam elements and then column elements and has fulfilled the earthquake-resistant building concept, namely strong column - weak beam. The results of the structural performance evaluation according to the ATC-40 rule that the Performance Level of the SMRF building in the x and y directions is at a Performance Level of 0.011 in the Immediate Occupancy (IO) category where the building is safe during an earthquake, the risk of loss of life and structural failure is not too significant, the building does not experience significant damage, and can be reused and not disturbed by repair problems, where the strength and stiffness are approximately the same as the conditions before the earthquake.
Soft Soil Consolidation with the Electroosmosis Effect Hurun 'Ain; Firmanilah Kamil
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 3 No. 02 (2022): System Advantages in Construction
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v3i02.4386

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Areas with geomorphology in plains or lowlands, such as Pontianak City, have soft soil and peat covering most of their area. Lands in areas with low soil bearing capacity, high water content, high compressibility properties, and high groundwater levels or even practically the same as the land surface. Theoretically, soil improvement is preferred over several other options such as relocation, redesign, and replacement of unsuitable soils. Electroosmosis is one of the effective methods to reduce the moisture content in soft clay to reduce the amount of settlement that occurs when loading is carried out. The use of electroosmosis by placing a conductor in the ground with a certain distance, then between the conductors, an electric current is given. By reducing the water content in the soil, the decrease in soil subsidence will decrease and increase the strength of the soil. This electroosmosis test was carried out in a laboratory with a test model using a PVC pipe tube with a length of 19 cm and a diameter of 15 cm using five conductor rods. The soil specimens are subjected to two cases: direct loading and preloading during the electroosmosis test. Tests were conducted to study the effect of the current magnitude applied with a particular voltage on the physical and mechanical properties of the soil. The tests showed a significant of settlement with 0.0679 cm and 0.0663 cm for direct loading and preloading with the current effect. The mechanical properties showed an improvement in the soil samples, which was indicated by a low compressibility index and an increase in the shear strength of the soil.
Kinematic Hardening Model Comparison of Square Hollow Section Under Cyclic Bending Aniendhita Rizki Amalia; Kenshi Ochi
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 3 No. 02 (2022): System Advantages in Construction
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v3i02.4530

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This study compares the different linearity of the kinematic hardening model of the Square Hollow Section (SHS) under cyclic bending loading. Four specimens of a simple support beam cyclically tested in previous research are listed as hot-rolled, hot-finished, and two cold-formed. Using the bilinear, multilinear, and Chaboche models, each specimen is modeled in kinematic hardening. The variables or node sets for each linearity model are estimated using tensile test data, and Chaboche variables are obtained using the least-square fitting method. Each linearity model for each specimen is built-in FEA using a shell model. The numerical model applied the same cyclic loading history as the previous test. The numerical analysis comparison concluded that Chaboche and the multilinear kinematic model generate the expected result fitted to test hysteresis of cold-formed one and cold-formed 2 SHS, but the bilinear models are not fitted. Moreover, all kinematic models are not fit for the hot-rolled and hot-finished SHS compared to the test hysteresis. So, for hot-rolled and hot-finished SHS, the combined hardening is suggested; there is a possibility it is because of the lower yield ratio that both sections have. Overall, during a cyclic bending analysis of cold-formed SHS, multilinear or Chaboche models are preferable if the data is limited.

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