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Lisa Oksri Nelfia
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INDONESIA
Indonesian Journal of Construction Engineering and Sustainable Development
Published by Universitas Trisakti
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26214146     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25105/cesd
Core Subject : Engineering,
Indonesian Journal of Construction Engineering and Sustainable Development (CESD) has been published since 2018 by the Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, Universitas Trisakti in association with the Construction services development Board of Jakarta (LPJK). This journal was previously known as “Jurnal Teknik Sipil” Since 2011. CESD is published regularly twice a year (June and December) and is currently indexed in Google Scholar. CESD is an open access peer reviewed journal, publishing theoretical papers, practise-oriented papers including case studies, state-of-the-art reviews by individuals, researchers and academia, experts in the field of Civil Engineering. Articles can be submitted in Bahasa or English. Associate Editors or Reviewers are also welcome. Our goal is to provide a scientific and technical background of the most recent achievements in civil engineering, Especially structural engineering, transportation structures, water and geotechnical engineering and sustainability in construction management
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SISTEM ISOLASI SEISMIK STRUKTUR GEDUNG RUMAH SAKIT PRATAMA ENREKANG SULAWESI SELATAN Ade Okvianti Irlan; Muhammad Sofyan
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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Multi-storey buildings as a place for humans to carry out their activities, both for residential, office buildings, hospitals, business activities, social activities, cultural activities or other special activities. One earthquake resistant building system is a seismic isolation system. Where a storey building is not designed by strengthening its structural resistance to earthquake forces but rather how to reduce earthquake forces acting on the building by adding a structural system that is devoted to absorbing some of the earthquake energy entering the building so that only a small portion (the rest) will borne by the structural components of the building. In this study, we will try to use the base isolator / basic isolation system at the Pratama Hospital building in Enrekang Regency, South Sulawesi. Considering that this Hospital is a fairly strategic public facility in the South Sulawesi region and is included in the category of high-rise buildings that need to be considered when receiving lateral earthquake loads. 
PENGARUH TEMPERATUR DAN JUMLAH LINTASAN PEMADATAN TERHADAP DENSITY PERKERASAN ASPHALT CONCRETE WEARING COURSE Muhammad Fahruddin; Budi Hartanto Susilo
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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Hotmix performance is very dependent on volumetric characteristics and Marshall characteristics, one of the parameters of which is density. Unmet density will affect other Marshall parameters which can also result in early damage to road pavement. This thesis is the result of research in the field and in the laboratory which aims to analyze the effect of temperature at the stage of exposure, and the stage of compaction as well as the number of compaction paths on the density of pavement AC-WC type IVB Asphalt Institute. Research in the field is divided into two categories that are distinguished at the temperature of the exposure to meet the specification requirements and do not meet. The results showed that there was a tendency that the temperature of the dispersion in the range of requirements had a stronger correlation to get the value of the hotmix density according to the requirements compared to the overlay temperature not in the range of requirements. The regression equation model relates the laying temperature (X1), the initial compaction temperature (X2), and the number of compaction paths (X3) to the hotmix density (Y) obtained are: Y = 82,7 + 0,021X1 + 0,033X2 + 0,409X3.
MODELLING OF DOMESTIC WATER DEMAND USING SPATIAL DATA POPULATION FOR CISADANE UPSTREAM WATERSHED Dina Paramitha Anggraeni Hidayat; Yuddi Yudistira
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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In Indonesia, water resources management planning has done based on river area. But the problem is the calculation still based on population data with administrative boundary. This is caused by the lack of population data with watershed or river area boundary. Geographical Information System (GIS) is a tools to analyze, visualize and interpret data with spatial and geographic data. For this research, GIS is used to generate population data with watershed and river area boundary,then the result will used for domestic water demand calculation for Cisadane upstream watershed. For all district in Cisadane Upstream Watershed, the largest district in entire watershed are Cibungbulang, Leuwiliang and Nanggung. But the most dense population are Ciomas, Ciampea and Cibungbulang. The calculation using watershed boundary resulting significant difference from district boundary. With spatial data population using watershed boundary, domestic water demand calculation result can be more accurate than using all district population data.
RECENT ADVANCES OF CAST-IN-SITU PILE INTEGRITY TEST IN INDONESIA Aksan Kawanda
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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Deep foundations, especially cast-in-situ piles became popular and key support for most structures in limited land, so as Jakarta. The piles quality became highly dependent on the soil condition and the skill of the contactors. It’s underneath the ground and this makes inspection to its quality became much more difficult. There is many methods for inspection, either by destructive method, i.e. coring, to non-destructive method like low strain integrity test (PIT), cross-hole sonic logging (CSL) and latest is thermal integrity profiler (TIP). Some advances in applicating and evaluating the pile integrity discussed here as well as its advantages and limitations.
KOMPATIBILITAS DISAIN : PENENTU KINERJA WAKTU PELAKSANAAN BANGUNAN GEDUNG Bambang Endro Yuwono; Dwi Emi Lisa Yani; Achmad Waryanto
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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The cause of most projects experiencing delays is the poor quality of the design. One indication of the low quality of design is the change in design at the construction stage. Changes in design at the time of construction cause a decrease in time performance. There have been many studies related to the quality of design, but no one has specifically linked the quality of design to the time performance of project implementation. On the other hand, indicators for measuring the quality of the design have not been the same among the researchers, so it is necessary to re-examine the indicators to measure the quality of the design so that the results reflect the quality of the design that should be. The research was carried out by combining various design quality indicators that had been used by the researchers before, which allegedly influenced the time performance of building construction. The hypothesis proposed was "Improving the Quality of Design will Improve the Performance of the Implementation of Buildings". The object of research is buildings completed in the last 10 years in Indonesia. The data obtained is then tabulated and performed correlation analysis, intercorrelation, factor analysis, determinant analysis, multiple regression analysis, model test and validation. The result is that improving the quality of design will improve performance time and as a design quality determinant is design compatibility.
ANALISIS KINERJA OPERASIONAL KERETA API JURUSAN JAKARTA-PURWAKARTA (STUDI KASUS KERETA API WALAHAR EKSPRES DAN CILAMAYA EKSPRES) Wisnu Adika; Prima Jiwa Osly
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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This final project is an analysis of train operational performance analysis in Jakarta-Purwakarta department, case studies on the Walahar Ekspres and Cilamaya Ekspres trains. The method used to obtain primary data is observations or field surveys and questionnaires. Whereas for comparative data or secondary data obtained from PT. KAI (Daop) 1 Jakarta and from journals or other reference sources. The results of the analysis of the actual travel time of the average Walahar Ekspres train are 172 minutes. While the average actual travel time for the Cilamaya Ekspres train is 190 minutes. The actual downtime of the average Walahar Ekspres train is 37 minutes and the Cilamaya Ekspres train is 49 minutes. The highest train load factor. Walahar Ekspres is 96.38% and the lowest is 33.61%. The highest Cilamaya Ekspres fire train is 99.86% and the lowest is 28.61%. The comfort value of the carriage seat is 0.485 m 2 / spaced and the comfort of the seat is 0.194 m 2 / space. The level of passenger satisfaction on the Walahar Ekspres and Cilamaya Ekspres trains was satisfactory (an average of 72.18%).
PENGARUH PERGERAKAN MEANDER TERHADAP KESEIMBANGAN ALUR SUNGAI Siti Murniningsih
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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Most of the river in Indonesia has a meander area especially located at the lower reach. Since the pattern of the community behaviour in Indonesia, people live in surrounding or along the river while the river plains and delta consist of alluvial soils, thus, meander migration usually occurs as a response to natural or manmade disturbances of the fluvial system. Meander River in urban area usually encourage sediment transport problem such as riverbed aggradations at the area surrounding inside of the bank then will decrease the river capacity in retaining flood while simultaneously eroding on the outer banks of meander bends. Regarding velocity distribution at the channel cross section, the minimum velocity is occurring on the inside of the meander, therefore some of the sediment loads is deposited. Related with the phenomena, protection against sedimentation and erosion along meandering river extremely needed. Previously, river adjustment within meander area are continually being made, therefore, eventually the gradient of a stream is altered to accommodate the volume of water and the velocity necessary to transport the sediment load. In this paper,understanding of various phenomenon’s in the meander area due to the sedimentation processes are described and propose the new concept of protection with low impact development (LID) approach.
BRACING SEBAGAI TEKNOLOGI KONTROL SEISMIK PADA STRUKTUR RUMAH TRADISONAL SUMATRA Mohammad Ihsan
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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Sumatra Island is earthquake hazard area in Indonesia, because two continental plates generate subduction zone. In Sumatra there are many traditional house, function of traditional house is dwellings as well as community meeting halls because that have cultural and historical values. The ancestors have also learneda lot about natural events they have experienced, from this experience they can make earthquake resistant structures for large earthquake, the result is that the Traditional Houses can still stand firm. One of the seismic control technologies in Sumatran traditional house is bracing. In this paper the structure of Sumatran Traditional Houses modeled by numerical analysis and analyzed dynamically behavior from its structure. The analysis revealed the secrets of seismic bracing control in the structure of the Sumatran Traditional House.
PENYEMPURNAAN SISTEM PENGELOLAAN AIR IRIGASI MENGHADAPI IRIGASI MODERN DI INDONESIA Soekrasno Soekrasno
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Damage to irrigation areas in Indonesia covering an area of 0.37 million hectares for severe damage and an area of 1.25 million hectares for moderate and mild damage, has an impact on Indonesia's ability in rice production; rice imports were almost half a century, and only the adequacy of rice was 2 X, i.e. 1984 and 2009. This was due to low irrigation services which resulted in less optimal carrying capacity of food security. The deterioration in the function of irrigation services can be grouped into 5 causes of low irrigation pillars, namely: vulnerability of water sources, lack of irrigation infrastructure, low irrigationwater management, weak management institutions, and low human resources. The cause will be eliminated by the irrigation modernization program by working on these five pillars. One of the pillars in the modernization of irrigation that needs to be improved is the irrigation management system. The purpose ofthis paper is to contribute ideas in improving the irrigation management system in Indonesia. The author has conducted observations and research on several irrigation areas, both the authority of the Central, Provincial and District Governments, especially visits to DI Wadaslintang, Central Java and DI Bondoyudo, East Java concerning irrigation water management systems. What stands out is the low level of irrigation services due to the inefficient irrigation water management system in Indonesia, in addition to the nature of service-based provision and not service-oriented based on farmers' needs. Identification wascarried out on the DI to find out the reasons for the low irrigation water management system, namely: orientation to water supply, calculation of irrigation requirements, water allocation method, irrigationwater distribution schedule, irrigation water loss, irrigation operational steps, irrigation water productivity measurement This study analyzes the factors causing the low irrigation water management system while making a formula for the improvement proposal in the form of 7 steps.
ANALISA PENURUNAN RAFT-PILED FOUNDATIONAREA BOGIE WAREHOUSE PROYEK JAKARTA LRT SECTION DEPOT Amelia Wijaya; Aksan Kawanda
INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESD) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CES
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The foundation of the raft post is the bottom structure of a building that channeled the load from the structure over the soil under it. Carrying capacity of drill pile foundation is influenced by the capacity of the pole tipand bearing capacity of the pole blanket. The decline in this area can be an immediate decline and a decrease in consolidation. This study aims to analyze the decrease of raft poles and the proportion of load bearing in the bogie area of the Kelapa Gading LRT warehouse depot - Jakarta. From the analysis of theNSPT test results in the field, the ultimate carrying capacity and the decrease that occurred on the raft poles were obtained. Based on the results of calculation of the ultimate carrying capacity of a single drill pole of 1.1 x 104 kN and the carrying capacity of the group is 1.1 x 108 kN. Calculation of group efficiency with the Feld method is obtained at a value of 0.588. In the calculation of the immediate decline of the pole, a value of 5 cm is obtained and a decrease in consolidation of 7 cm. From the calculation of the proportion of raft poleload bearing the value of Pr = 6 x 10-6 is obtained, which means that load bearing can be said to be dominated by rafts.