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Studi Kuat Tekan Tanah Pasir Berlempung yang Distabilisasi Menggunakan Abu Gunung Merapi Setyanto, Setyanto; Putra, Andius Dasa; Nugraha, Aditya
Jurnal Rekayasa Vol 17, No 2 (2013): Edisi Agustus 2013
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The tested soil sample in this research is sandy clay soil. The variations of procentage are 5%,10%, 15%, and 20%. Each of samples are cured in 14 days. Based on the physical soil propertiesinvestigation, AASHTO classified the soil sample into A-2-6 group (sandy clay soil), while USCSclassified the soil sample as soil with rough granules into SC group.The results of the research in the laboratory showed that the additive material using Merapi vol -canic ash could improve the physical and mechanical properties of organic clay soil. In the physi-cal test such as unit weight and Atterberg limit tests, the values decreased after it, while the me-chanical test of Merapi ash sample showed it could improve the value of unconfined compressionstrength soil. Based on the result of unconfined compression stregth test, soil which is stabilizedusing the ash of Mount Merapi increase until the optimum ash content about 20%.
Pengaruh Waktu Perendaman Terhadap Uji Kuat Tekan Paving Block Dengan Campuran Tanah, Pasir Dan Semen Menggunakan Alat Pemadat Modifikasi Agusni, Restu; Setyanto, Setyanto; Iswan, Iswan
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 5, No 3 (2017): Edisi September 2017
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Paving blocks are compositions of building material constructed from a mixture of Portland cement or other similar hydrolysis, water, and aggregate with or without other additives which do not reduce the quality of the material. Paving blocks in the field are made of cement, sand, aggregate, and water by mixing all the ingredients and form the paving blocks. In this research, the paving blocks are made of the mixture of soil, sand, and cement. In the process, the paving blocks are compacted by a modified penetration tool in order to improve the paving blocks quality in accordance with SNI-03-0691-1996.The soil samples used in this research were from Kota Baru, Lampung Selatan. The amount of mixture used for making the paving block was 75% of soil, 10% of sand and 15% of cement. The variations of curing time were 7 days, 14 days, 21 days and 28 days as well as with pre and post burning treatment on the paving block samples.The results of the compressive strength test to the paving blocks which are made of soil, sand, and cement showed that the cement and sand do not meet the standard of SNI 03-0691-1996 for the paving block classification because the highest compressive strength value is obtained by the paving blocks with pre and post burning treatment on the variation mixture of 75% soil, 10% sand, and 15% cement with the value 7,65 MPa and 7,25 MPa. The result of water absorption value which was between 16,6% - 25,4% do not meet the specification in SNI-03-0691-1996.Keywords: Paving block, silt, compressive strength, water absorption
PENGARUH WAKTU PEMERAMAN TERHADAP DAYA DUKUNG STABILISASI TANAH LEMPUNG LUNAK MENGGUNAKAN TX-300 Jafri, Muhammad; Setyanto, Setyanto; Aprinal, A Ricky
Jurnal Rekayasa Vol 18, No 3 (2014): Edisi Desember 2014
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Soil is a material that serves as an support for the basis of a constuction, be it construction of buildings, bridges and roads. Each region has different soil characteristics in other regions, there is high and has a bearing capacity of those that are low. To improve the soil characteristics that can lead to low bearing capacity, the necessary repairs to soil stabilization methods. Stabilization efforts are often undertaken by stabilizing additives. In this research using a chemical additive material that is TX-300, which is expected to improve the characteristics of the soil so the soil is worthy of a construction established. Soil samples that tested in this research is the soft clay are derived from Rawa Sragi, East Lampung. This study used soil mixed with ash content about 0,9 ml with the optimum variation of curing time used is 7 days, 14 days and 28 days. Based on the test of physical properties of original soil, AASHTO classifies soil samples in group A-7 (clay soil) and subgroup A-7-5, while the USCS classifies soil samples as fine-grained soil and belonging to CH group. The results of laboratory studies indicate that the stabilization material using TX-300 can improve the physical and mechanical properties of soft clay. The soil that has been stabilized with TX 300 has increased the value of specific gravity and bearing capacity and it is decreased of liquid limit and indeks plastisity of soft clay. Based on the test results, this type of clay is not too good to be used as a ground subgrade for road construction, because its PI’s value is about ≥ 10% despite value of CBR is plenty high.
PENGARUH WAKTU PEMERAMAN TERHADAP KEKUATAN PAVING BLOCK PASCA PEMBAKARAN MENGGUNAKAN MATERIAL TANAH DAN KAPUR UNTUK JALAN LINGKUNGAN Putra, Andius Dasa; Setyanto, Setyanto; Sari, Onika Permata
Jurnal Rekayasa Vol 18, No 3 (2014): Edisi Desember 2014
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Infrastructure rapid development sometimes had negative impact, such as the use of impermeable pavement layers which result the infiltration be hampered. By utilizing the paving block, it can resolve o f infrastuture development problem. Known, paving block is composition of building materials that made from the mixture of portland cement or hydraulic adhesives, water, and agrregates with or without the other ingridient as defined in SNI 03-0691-19996. To find the other alternatives then will do the assesment with the limestone and soil. Soil samples were tested from Desa Karang Anyar, South Lampung. The composition of mixture was used 6 %, 8 % and 10 %, with curing time during 7, 14 and 28 days, and the treatment with or without combustion and then paving block were tested with compressive strength and water absorption. The research results obtained by the characteristics of the soil is a clay samples. The average value of compressive strength was linearly proportional to the amount of lime composition. The compressive strength during 28 days of curring time and without combustion was from 32,96 kg/cm2 to 10,87 kg/cm2, then the compressive strength with combustion was from 16,99 kg/cm2 to 56,91 kg/cm. Water absorption test value was inversely proportional to the amount of lime composition. The water absorption was from 10,07% to 15,07%. The compressive strength resulting over all still not include the specifications of paving block in SK - SNI 03-1996, also for the compressive strength was 85 kg/cm2. The value of water absorption test were not include the specifications of paving block SK SNI - 03 - 0691-1996 which ranges from 3 % - 10 %.
Studi Kekuatan Batu Bata Pasca Pembakaran Dengan Menggunakan Bahan Additive Serbuk Gergaji Kayu Setyanto, Setyanto; Iswan, Iswan; Rahmad, Hari Diantoro
Jurnal Rekayasa Vol 19, No 2 (2015): Edisi Agustus 2015
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The Increasing construction in Indonesia and the number of population which is increasing every year must be supported by better economy growth. Thus, the construction materials will continue to increase to support the needs of infrastructure construction. To support the development and growth, then brick as a construction material will be needed. One of the method that can be used to improve the quality of the soil material is to use mixing ingredients (additives) such as sawdust to facilitate the combustion process and as a pore-forming on bricks. Based on the explanation above , it is necessary to do an objective study of making bricks, so that sawdust can be used as an right mix alternative in the manufacture of bricks, in the hope of sawdust waste is not wasted, but it can add power to brick and can produce bricks with good quality. Soil samples were tested in this study is a fine-grained soil from the Yosomulyo village, East Metro District, Metro City. Variations in the levels of the mixture used is 5%, 10%, 15% and 20%, with a curing time of 14 days as well with post-combustion treatment on the brick. Based on the results of physical testing of the original soil, USCS classified the soil samples as fine-grained soil and included in the ML group. This study used additive materials, such as wood sawdust mixture, on the mixture of 5% level, red brick experienced an escalation compared to bricks that are not mixed with additive materials. At the levels of a mixture of 10%, 15% and 20%, bricks decreased, both in terms of compressive strength and quality of bricks. So, in a mixture of 10%, 15% and 20%, the brick is not recommended for use as a building material because it does not fit to the requirements of SNI 15- 2094-2000 and water absorption rate is only 15% the level of compliance with the standards between 14% to with 18%.
STUDI PENGARUH LAMA WAKTU PROSES PEMBAKARAN TERHADAP KUAT TEKAN BATU BATA SETELAH PENAMBAHAN BAHAN ADDITIVE ISS 2500 (IONIC SOIL STABILIZER) Dinata, M Thata; Adha, Idharmahadi; Setyanto, Setyanto
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 1, No 1 (2013): Edisi Maret 2013
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Brick is one of the materials of building which have been long known and used by the people bothin rural area as well as urban area. Brick is a material made of clay with or without additionalmixture through several processes. The process includes of draining in the sun and then burning inhigh temperature in order to make the brick harden and not broken if it is soaked into the water. Inthis study used clay and additional materials ISS 2500 which has a variety of levels of 0.9 ml, 1.2ml, 1.5 ml and 1.8 ml with the purpose to improving the quality of the bricks, as well as tocompare compressive strength of bricks by modifying the length of the time combustion. So thatcan be known a long time the most optimal combustion.Soil samples were tested in this study are derived from clay Nyunyai Street, District Rajabasa,Bandar Lampung. Variations of burning time is used for one day, two days and three days. Beforebrick printed, the soil sample that has been mixed with the ISS 2500 and cured for 7 days, afterthat, the soil sample is printed, then drying for 2 weeks, along with treatment without burning andburning bricks. Based on the results of physical test of originil solid, USCS classified the sampleof solid as the clay with low plasticity.Based on the results of sample’s physical, USCS classify soil sample as clay with low plasticity.Compressive strength test results of the four levels of post combustion, the compressive strengthmaximum average post-combustion bricks are at a level of 1.8 ml with a burning for two days.The compressive strength value of 31.86 kg/cm 2 . The compressive strength maximum averagebrick before combustion generated by the level of 1.8 ml in the amount of 7.79 kg /cm 2 .Keywords: bricks, clay, ISS 2500, compressive strength.
Uji Kuat Tekan Paving Block Menggunakan Campuran Tanah dan Kapur Dengan Alat Pemadat Modifikasi Larasati, Diah; Iswan, Iswan; Setyanto, Setyanto
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Edisi Maret 2016
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Paving blocks are widely used as a public building construction, especially for paving roads,yards, sidewalks, parking lots, etc. The use of materials such as paving block the main constituentof cement and sand is relatively expensive. So in this study will provide another alternative tousing a mixture of soil and lime.Soil samples tested were from Kota Baru, South Lampung, with variations in the levels of themixture used is 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% and the curing time for 14 days, as well as with thetreatment without burning and burning which will then be tested compressive strength and waterabsorption.The results showed that the compressive strength occurs at the most optimal mix of 15% and adecline in a mixture of 20%. The addition of lime percentage ≤15% resulted in the addition ofcompressive strength of paving blocks, while the addition of lime percentage of 20% resulted in adecrease in the compressive strength of the paving blocks. The compressive strength withoutburning still not meet the specifications of SNI 03-0691-1996, while paving blocks with burningthe lime content of 15% is already included in the classification of the quality of D. Waterabsorption test values not meet the specifications of paving blocks SNI 03-0691-1996 whichranges from 3%-10%.Keywords : Paving block, kapur, kuat tekan, daya serap air
Pengaruh Kuat Tekan dan Kuat Geser pada Sampel Dry Side of Optimum (Optimum Kering) dan Wet Side of Optimum (Optimum Basah) Tanah Organik Setiawan, Ade; Iswan, Iswan; Setyanto, Setyanto
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Edisi Juni 2015
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Organic soils causing many problems for the construction to be built on it, is generally caused bythe physical properties of organic soils that have a very high water content and low carryingcapacity, so that organic soils have less favorable properties for the construction of civil buildings.In this case, there should be a study of compressive strength and shear strength.This research wasconducted in the laboratory by making a sample of the results of a standard compaction, then thesample is done in Optimum condition Dry side of optimum and Wet side of optimum. On the DrySide Of Optimum process, sample was given a reduction of 10% of the optimum water content,while the Wet Side Of Optimum given the addition of 10% of the optimum water content, then thesample is done soaking for 4 days after compaction testing standards.The test results ofcompressive strength and shear strength shows a sample of soil behavior in an Optimumconditions better than the sample in Dry Side Of Optimum conditions and Wet Side Of Optimum.This is due to the pores of the soil Optimum conditions experienced stability and development ofthe soil is very minimum to occurs. Compressive strength and shear strength test is to measurehow strong soil receiving compressive strength and shear strength given to the soil separated fromthe grains.Keywords: Organic Soil, Dry Side Of Optimum, Wet Side Of Optimum, Optimum, CompressiveStrength and Shear Strength
METODE PERHITUNGAN ANALISIS STABILITAS LERENG DENGAN PERKUATAN SHEET PILE MENGGUNAKAN PROGRAM GEOSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS VERSI 19 (STUDI KASUS LERENG SUNGAI KOMERING DI KABUPATEN OGAN KOMERING ILIR) Wibrian, Achmad; Setyanto, Setyanto
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 5, No 1 (2017): Edisi Maret 2017
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Slope stability analysis of Komering River in Ogan Komering Ilir, South Sumatra was done to handle the problem of sliding or scouring at the cliffs which are often found on the outside corner of the river. Komering River is a river with meandering pattern that is very susceptible to scouring on the outside of the bend and sedimentation on the inside of the bend. This research focuses on the study of slope stability analysis with sheet pile used as method. Analysis was conducted using Geostructural Analysis version 19 and was compared to manual calculation.Data analysis on the result of soil testing was performed to identify soil properties. The obtained results were then used in slope stability analysis. Slope stability analysis was performed in two conditions maximum groundwater level and normal groundwater level using Bishop method and Fellenius method. The results of manual calculation were then compared with the results of Geostructural Analysis Program Version 19. Sheet pile was selected as slope stabilization measures. Analysis after stabilization is done with the same steps as analysis before stabilization.The results from the two methods showed a quite significant difference. The results obtained from Bishop method before stability measure and after stability measure were 1,018 and 4,23 respectively. Whereas, the results obtained from Fellenius method before stability measure and after stability measure were 0,75 and 3,42 respectively. Based on these results, it can be concluded that sheet pile is an effective slope stability measure.Keywords: Slope stability, Geostructural Analysis Program, Bishop, Fellenius, Sheet Pile.
Studi Dan Analisa Campuran Tanah Lempung Dan Abu Sekam Padi Terhadap Nilai Permeabilitas Dengan Alat Falling Head Setiawan, Dedi; Afriani, Lusmeilia; Setyanto, Setyanto
Jurnal Rekayasa Sipil dan Desain Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Edisi September 2015
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Soil permeability value for every construction is different. Such differences affect the strength of acivil construction to be built. Therefore it is necessary to attempt to manipulate the soilpermeability value by adding the additive to a soil permeability values obtained in order to meetthe standard of civil construction to be built. Among the many additives are used as soilstabilization materials, one of them is rice husk ash. Some recent researches in the field of CivilEngineering showed that rice husk ash mixture useful as a particularly clay soil stabilization.Because rice husk ash can fill the cavities that exist between the grains of ground.Soil samples tested in this study is clay derived from Perumahan Bhayangkara, KelurahanBeringin Jaya, Kecamatan Kemiling, Bandar Lampung. Rice husk ash used were obtained fromDusun Dantar, Kecamatan Padang Cermin, Kabupaten Pesawaran. This study was conducted todetermine the effect of rice husk ash to the soil permeability values.The results of analysis and calculations performed in the laboratory obtained averagepermeability value (k) for soil with 5% rice husk ash added, 10% rice husk ash added, and 15%rice husk ash added. The permeability value used to be compared with native soil (clay).Key words: clay, rice husk ash, permeability.