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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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Utilization of Plastic Waste as Soil Stabilization Material and Their Effect on Unconfined Compressive Strength Values Woelandari Fathonah; Rama Indera Kusuma; Enden Mina; Nadia Fadillah
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 02 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i02.5282

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The objective of this research was to improve the bearing capacity of the soil located on Kampung Juhut Street, Pandeglang Regency, which initially had a bearing capacity of 3.01%, through stabilization methods. The plastic powder was selected as an additive due to its non-cohesive characteristics, which counterbalance the cohesive nature of clay soil. The study aimed to identify the soil type and classification, evaluate the impact of soil physical properties, and examine the changes in unconfined compressive strength after incorporating plastic powder in proportions of 2%, 4%, 6%, 8%, and 10%, with curing durations ranging from 0 to 28 days. The results indicated that the soil belonged to the category of organic clay soils with moderate to high plasticity according to the USCS soil classification system. The plasticity index decreased from 22.9% to 12.2% at the 8% variation and 11.9% at the 10% variation. The initial unconfined compressive strength of the soil was 1.1 kg/cm2. The greatest improvement was observed at the 8% variation, resulting in an unconfined compressive strength value of 3.4 kg/cm2, indicating a highly rigid consistency.
Risk Analysis of Pemalang District Road and Bridge Construction Delays Citra Pradipta Hudoyo; Iwan Rustendi; Ika Handayani
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 02 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i02.5334

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Delays in road and bridge construction projects pose significant challenges within the construction industry. These delays can be attributed to various risk factors that have the potential to disrupt project timelines. This study focuses on identifying the risk factors that contribute to delays in road and bridge construction projects in the Pemalang district. A comprehensive review of relevant literature was conducted to identify these risk factors, which were then incorporated into questionnaires distributed among contractors, owners, and consultants. The questionnaire data was analyzed using the mean score ranking method, along with validity and reliability tests, and descriptive statistical analysis facilitated by the SPSS program. The research findings unveiled a total of 54 risk factors categorized into 11 distinct categories. Among these, the top 10 causes of delays in road and bridge construction projects in the Pemalang district were identified based on mean values ranging from 4.18 to 4.57. These factors encompassed issues such as shortages of construction materials (4.57), delays in goods delivery (4.48), equipment delivery delays (4.40), difficulties in contractor funding (4.37), inadequate workforce or inability to meet project demands (4.37), rainfall intensity (4.35), poor material quality (4.30), ordering time inaccuracies (4.27), insufficient skilled labor (4.23), and equipment damage (4.18). Furthermore, interviews were conducted with experts to discuss the 10 risk factors with the highest impact. Strategies to mitigate these risks were derived from these discussions. The outcomes of this research are anticipated to provide valuable insights for stakeholders involved in the planning and execution of road and bridge construction projects. By understanding the underlying risk factors and implementing the recommended strategies, it is expected that project delays can be significantly reduced in future endeavors.
Perception Investigation Based on the Commuting Cost Model Nindyo Cahyo Kresnanto; Wika Harisa Putri; Rini Raharti; Muhamad Willdan; Raihan Iqbal Ramadhan
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 02 (2023)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v4i02.5546

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Travel expenses are a significant factor in transportation planning. In addition to the other aspect, travel time, the community considers expense as the necessary element in deciding which mode the communities should take. However, there is a gap between the actual transport expense and the commuter's perception. Thus, comprehensive knowledge is urgently needed particularly to be seen as a major variable in transportation planning that sided with underprivileged groups of transport poverty. The study focused on describing the correlation between income and commuting transportation expenses. The analysis was carried out using two methods. The first method is a descriptive analysis used to provide insight into the patterns and characteristics of the data obtained from interviews with 421 respondents. The second method is regression analysis (linear and nonlinear) to explain the relation pattern between the dependent (commuting transportation expenses) and independent (income) variables. The study's findings demonstrate that transportation expenses follow a negative polynomial regression pattern on income, further implying that the percentage of transportation expenses in low-income communities is significantly higher than those in high-income communities.
Soil Improvement of Petobo Silty Sand using Ferronickel Slag and Alkaline Activators Aswin Lim; Adrianus Renaldy; David Kristian
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol. 4 No. 02 (2023)
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This study aims to provide an alternative soil improvement that can be applied in the Petobo area, which experienced liquefaction on September 29, 2018. Ferronickel slag is utilized as a binding agent. Furthermore, large concentrations of alkaline solutions (potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide) are utilized as activators to activate kaolin and initiate the geopolymer production process. From the test results, it can be concluded that sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide solutions are effective to be applied as an alkaline solution. The maximum unconfined compressive strength of the sample is about 530 kPa with a concentration of 10% of ferronickel slag and 10M of alkaline activator. This value is twice larger than if we applied cement to the soil with the same amount of concentration. Hence, the effect of the admixture of ferronickel slag and alkaline activator is more dominant than the admixture of cement only. Furthermore, the Scanning Electron Microscope and X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer tests were also carried out to investigate the chemical bonds that occurred in the samples. It is revealed that the geopolymer matrix envelops soil particles resulting from the geopolymer reaction. The composition of SiO2 and Al2O3 in the treated Petobo silty sand decreased. It might be due to the geopolymer reaction that occurs in the sample so that the content of SiO2 and Al2O3 compounds is reduced. Because it uses an activator in the form of a KOH and NaOH solution, there is an increase in the levels of MgO compounds in the sample compared to untreated Petobo silty sand.

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