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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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The Effect of Project Communications Management on Project Time Performance Nixon Augustinus Manuputty; Afrizal Nursin
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 01 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i01.4798

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The construction industry plays a significant role in the country, while project delays cause various problems. Regarding that, communication is very influential on the project performance, especially time performance. This study aims to identify the factors that affect project communications, identify the effect of project communications management on project time performance, and analyze project communications management strategies for improving time performance. The calculation of the Relative Importance Index was carried out to determine the factors that affect project communications. Meanwhile, a simple linear regression analysis was carried out to find out the magnitude of the effect of project communications management on project time performance. The project communications management strategy was obtained by mapping stakeholders using the power/interest grid method. The data was collected based on observations and the results of questionnaires filled out by 38 respondents, consisting of the owner, supervisor consultant, and contractor on the design-build project used as a case study. The results showed the top 10 factors influencing project communications with the highest Relative Importance Index value. The simple linear regression analysis result showed that project communications management has a positive and significant effect on project time performance with a coefficient of determination value of 69.6%. The suggested project communications management strategy is to optimize the application of the main factors of project communications, tailored to the result of the power/interest grid for each project stakeholder.
Concrete Compressive Strength of Post Combustion With and Without Watering Rafki Imani; Rita Nasmirayanti; Julio Rendi Akbar
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 01 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i01.4803

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The strength of the building structure after a fire is determined by the length of time the fire takes place and the cooling process used. According to several previous studies, it is said that the longer the concrete burns, the lower the quality of the concrete will be. This study aims to observe the compressive strength of concrete after the combustion process by cooling through experimental trials on 21 samples of cube model concrete. The concrete sample consisted of three samples of normal concrete and 18 samples of concrete that would be given combustion treatment and the quality of the design concrete was K250. Three samples of normal concrete were tested at the age of 14 days, then 18 samples were prepared for the combustion process with normal fire. A total of nine samples of concrete were treated with combustion for one hour, two hours and three hours with normal cooling in the open air as many as three samples each. Meanwhile, nine other concrete samples that had undergone combustion were given cooling treatment by sprinkling with water. The average compressive strength of concrete with a duration of one hour, two hours and three hours without water cooling respectively is 320.05 kg/cm2, 285.65 kg/cm2 and 235.21 kg/cm2, with the percentage of decrease in the quality of concrete to normal concrete respectively is 9%, 19%, and 33%. Meanwhile, the average compressive strength of concrete with water cooling for the same duration of combustion is 295.72 kg/cm2, 245.34 kg/cm2 and 210.17 kg/cm2, with the percentage of decrease in the quality of concrete to normal concrete respectively is 16%, 30%, and 40%. Based on the results of this study, the duration of combustion and the cooling treatment used can reduce the quality of concrete compared to normal concrete.
Estimation Of Disharge Coefficient On Weir Configuration Based On Flow Rate And Velocity Khusnita Azizah; Nurwahid Dimas Saputro; Budi Indra Setiawan; Allen Kurniawan
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 01 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i01.4874

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The development of water treatment and water resources considers the flow rate adjusted using a weir. Weir is designed with many hydraulic factors, including the coefficient of discharge (Cd). Characteristics of the value of Cd show a decreasing trend on triangular and rectangular weirs. The value of Cd varies based on the flow's characteristics and the channel's geometry. Estimation of the best Cd value in flow discharge engineering and sediment deposition is necessary to know the accuracy of weir geometry. Some plans in water treatment and water resource building sometimes assume a Cd value based on literature. This study aims to estimate the value of Cd based on variations in flow rate and was conducted on a laboratory scale with weir shape limitations in the form of triangles and rectangles. The water sample was discharged by a water pump into an open channel. The angle of the weir opening was determined for the rectangular and triangular weir of 90°. Flow monitoring included flow discharge through the use of a current meter. Water was recycled in each measurement with a total of 60 cycles. The Cd values in a triangular weir were greater than in a rectangular weir. The Cd values for the rectangular weir ranged from 0.068 to 0.089, while the Cd values for the triangular weir ranged from 0.557 to 0.598. This value indicated that the greater the flow rate, the lower the Cd value. Therefore, weir configuration of water discharged using a triangular weir was better than a rectangular weir at low flow rates, less than 0.05 m3/s.
Innovation of Ceiling Plaster Gun Hassan Ismail; Juliawati Jama’on; Hairy Omar; Nur Hizyan Syazira Idrus; Siti Nuraishah Yusri; Muhammad Zulhelmy bin Rosli; Nur Aqilah binti Nizam
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 01 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i01.5272

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Finishing is the final work in the building work element. A delicate and neat finish can describe the status of the building as well as provide a liven up the space. The quality of the finish depends on the finishing method and the tools used while doing the finishing. One of the finishing works is plastering the ceiling. Plastering the ceiling is a way to cover the surface using cement plaster, lime plaster or gypsum. Plastering the ceiling aims to cover defects on the original surface of a ceiling in order to highlight the tidiness and provide protection to the ceiling. The initial surveys obtained by the Department of Public Work (PWD) and construction workers at Taman Merlimau Emas Seksyen 1 , it’s found that the problem faced by theirs non-ergonomic ceiling plastering work. This is because this work requires the process of taking mixed plaster from the mixing bucket as well as the process of levelling the plaster on the ceiling by using existing tools repeatedly which can lead to the risk of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs). The objective is to innovate Ceiling Plaster Gun. Secondly, to measure the suitability of the product from the aspect of time taken during ceiling plastering, layer of plaster layer and product design. The effectiveness of this product is to ensure whether this product can be used in the long term or not. Therefore, the tests carried out to measure the effectiveness by comparing existing tools and our products are by conducting on-site tests. In addition, a questionnaire was also conducted to construction workers who use our products to test the effectiveness of the Ceiling Plaster Gun. Overall, the existing plaster tools have a lack of effectiveness compared to the Ceiling Plaster Gun which is able to reduce the risk of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs).
BIM's Contribution as A Sustainable Construction Accelerator Nindyo Cahyo Kresnanto; Raihan Iqbal Ramadhan; Muhamad Willdan; Panca Buana Pamungkas Putra
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 01 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i01.5333

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a technological tool used in the sustainable construction process, beginning with the planning phase and continuing through the construction and post-construction phases. BIM has excellent capabilities and is being adopted by construction service providers in the process of implementing sustainable construction. However, many barriers remain in the adoption process, particularly with regard to the intention to use it. The purpose of this study was to determine the intention to implement BIM based on the variables of benefits and barriers. In order to parse the phenomena that occur in research, this study employed a quantitative method. Survey data in the form of a questionnaire were collected from the Special Region of Yogyakarta using a purposive sampling method for this study. Questionnaires were distributed via Google Form to respondents from the construction sector (Civil & Architectural Engineering) and BIM application users (students, workers). The findings of this study have provided an overview of the challenges and benefits of implementing BIM in sustainable construction. The barriers presented are financial, technological, and policy barriers, depending on the company's classification, while the benefits presented are environmental benefits and innovation.

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