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Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia Suwarno, Djoko
Responsibilitas Vol 2, No 2 (2010): Responsibilitas 2010
Publisher : Universitas Surakarta

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Abstract Human resource development program conducted in organization because the organization is a social system that can’t be separated from its environment. Thus the organization and the environment have a mutual dependence and influenced one another. The process of human resource development should be based on what and who is going to be developed, how the end result and how its methods. Therefore, in doing development must consider environmental, organizational, and human characteristics, and management concepts. Keywords: sumber daya manusia, pengembangan.
Pengaruh Matos terhadap Peningkatan CBR (California Bearing Ratio)dan Sifat Kedap Airpada Tanah Sekitar Rawa Pening Saputra, Erwin Harris; Deckcrealy, Lie Sanders; Suwarno, Djoko; Setiyadi, Budi
G - SMART Vol 2, No 1: Juni 2018
Publisher : G - SMART

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Rawa Pening soil contains peat has low level of California Bearing Ratio (CBR) and high permeability so it is less suitable for embankment. Above the embankment functioned as a road body. This study adds cement and matos (normal) to increase soil bearing capacity. (50%), 50% G 50% Cement (C) 8%, TSRP 50% + G 50% + C 8% + Matos (M) 2%, 4% and 6%. CBR soaked, normal results obtained CBR 2.99% while the CBR requirement of 5.44%. Addition of C 8% adds CBR value to 9,25%, while addition of M 2% increase CBR value equal to 8,9%, M 4% yield CBR become 16% and M 6% get CBR equal to 16%. Low compaction, normal soil undergoes seepage after a day, compaction is undergone seepage after 3 days and standard compaction does not undergo seepage for 7 days. The most optimal result, with stabilization of C 8% and M 4%. Addition of M 2% is not effective or equal to 8% cement. The addition of M 6% equals M 4%.