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Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Journal of Advanced Civil & Environmental Engineering invites and welcomes the submission of advanced research and review papers, innovations and developed selected conference papers that have never been previously publicized. This journal provides publications and a forum to the academics, scholars and advanced level students for exchanging significant information and productive ideas associated with all these disciplines. The relevant topics of the latest progressive findings or developments will be taken seriously into consideration, the topics covered by the journals include: Materials Structure and Structural Analysis Geotechnic Water resources/hydro Construction management Transportation Highway engineering Environmental science and engineering
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THE INFLUENCE OF STEEL FIBER ON THE STRESS-STRAIN BEHAVIOR OF CONFINED CONCRETE Amariansah, Widayat; Karlinasari, Rinda
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.46-52

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This paper presents the result of an experimental study of confined concrete to evaluate the stress-strain behavior of fiber-reinforced concrete, which includes strength and ductility. The effectiveness of steel fibers in influencing the stress-strain behavior was also evaluated by creating a conventional concrete as a control specimen. The experimental results showed that there was a decrease in the value of the increased strength of confined concrete (f?cc/f?co) when the compressive strength of the concrete increased. Reducing the spaces of lateral reinforcement spaces will also increase the strength and ductility of confined concrete. The comparison of experimental results with various confinement models shows that there are substantial differences in the peak stress and the descending behavior of confined fiber concrete.
ECODRAINAGE MODEL TO HANDLE THE INUNDATIONS IN THE CITY CENTER OF DEMAK R. T. H., Risa Niken; Wahyudi, S. Imam; Poejiastoeti, Hermin
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.85-96

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The growth and development of the city is strongly influenced by an increase in population in line with the increasing demand for space and land. On the other hand, the availability of urban land is very limited, resulting in the conversion of land use to meet those needs. It is necessary to change the paradigm of the concept of a conventional drainage system to the concept of an environmentally friendly drainage system (ecodrainage). The ecodrainage concept is expected to be an effort to deal with inundation and groundwater conservation in city center of Demak. The quantity of the rainwater infiltration wells (RIW) was obtained based on the analysis to reduce the inundation in the city center of Demak. With the reference to the rainfall repetition period (RRP) of 2 years, 21 units of the well were needed to accommodate the rainwater runoff discharges of 0.878 m3/s. Due to the land limits at the area of research, only could 20 units of the well be constructed, as a result, it could only reduce the inundation by 0.811 m3/s or 90.48 %. Considering the rainfall repetition period (RRP) of 5 years, around 40 units of rainwater infiltration wells (RIW) were needed to accommodate the rainwater runoff discharge of 1.70 m3/s, yet only could 35 out of 40 wells as required be constructed, consequently, it was only able to reduce the inundation of 1.494 m3/s or 87.50.
THE EFFECT OF HOLE WIDTH ON FULL HEIGHT RECTANGULAR OPENING CASTELLATED STEEL BEAM WITH DIAGONAL STIFFENER CONCERNING ITS FLEXURAL CAPACITY Rusli A., Muhamad; Setiyawan, Prabowo; Maimunah, Dessy; Wulandari, Destia
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.76-84

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The use of a diagonal stiffener in a full height rectangular opening castellated steel beam can prevent the failure mechanism of vierendeel. This results in the flexural capacity of the castellated beam higher than the original IWF profile. The flexural capacity of a castellated steel beam can be optimized by designing the hole width on the web section. This research aims to find out the effect of several values of castellated steel beam hole width on the flexural capacity. In this research, there are 4 castellated steel beam models whose flexural capacity values are calculated using the truss analysis and pushover analysis methods. Based on the calculation results, it can be concluded that the smaller the value of the hole width, the greater the flexural capacity of the castellated steel beam will be. The largest increase in flexural capacity from the original IWF to the castellated beam is 140.93%.
STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS CHARACTERISTICS OF USING POLYMER BASED ALTERNATIVE TO STEEL MESH IN UNDERGROUND COAL MINE STRATA Talapatra, Akash
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.37-45

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Nowadays a viable development of polymer based material as an alternative to the steel mesh material has been increased at a notable amount for providing enough support in the underground roadways. This feasibility study done on the development of using polymer based alternative is related with both of the chemical & physical properties of the selected material. If the polymer alternative has a considerable amount of capability to tolerate all the physical & material constraints equal to or above the normal steel mesh, then the possibility of using polymeric alternatives have been increased at a greater extent. For this reinforcement test, an experiment practice would be done by comparing the mechanical properties of the steel mesh with the polymeric material such as modulus property, elongation-at-break, yield stress etc. After that, a suitable polymer based alternative will be applied for underground roadway support in upcoming days.
VARIATION OF SPLICE LENGTH WITH BENDING BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS S., Sulastri; Nurhuda, Ilham; A., Antonius
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.25-36

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The splice length of the distribution depends on the concrete stress with reinforcement, generally the bond stress is tested by pull out testing where pull out testing can provide a good comparison between the efficiency of the attachment of various types of reinforcement surfaces. However, the bending behavior of the beam is very different from the pure tensile pull out test. This study presents the effects of variations of lap splice (30db, and 40db) in the area of beam pull. The first test object was a beam BN - 0 (non splice length) which was a normal beam. The second test object was a beam BN - 30db with the splices length(ld) of 480 mm and the third test object was a 40db beam with the splice length (ld) of 640 mm.  The test used a pure bending test method with loading of Two Point Loads on a simple support beam. The results gained from this study obtained flexural capacity in BN-0 (non lap splices) of 115.15 kN, flexural capacity of BN - 30db of 90.484 kN, and beam flexural capacity of BN-40db of 124.848 kN. The displacement ductility at BN-30db decreased 35% to BN-0 and displacement ductility at BN-40db increased 48% to BN-0, the bond strength attached to BN-40db increased 2.92% to BN-30db. The splice length (ld) 40db was able to develop the ability to achieve yield stress loads and the spread of crack concentration around the joints.
OUTDOOR THERMAL PERFORMANCE SIMULATION IN CAMPUS AREA DURING THE DRY SEASON, YOGYAKARTA Widyasamratri, Hasti; Kusumawanto, Arif; Nugrahaini, Fadhilla Tri
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.15-24

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The outdoor thermal performance reflects the microclimate condition in any significant area. This study simulated the thermal performance with measured and modeled three meteorological parameters, air temperature (Ta), relative humidity (RH), and wind speed in the dry season tropical city. The research focused on thermal performance simulation and distribution, here, we were neglecting anthropogenic activities as the heat source. The result showed that there were different ranges between a measured and simulated value of Ta, RH, and wind speed. The highest Ta difference between measure and simulation occurred at 11 AM, which was 1.97?C. The highest difference of RH occurred at 13 PM (26.75%), and the highest different of wind speed was at 11 AM (0.37 m/s) respectively. The heat distribution in the focus area was influenced by the solar direction which impacted the ground and near-surface air temperature.  
STUDY OF PROPORTIONAL VARIATION OF GEOPOLYMER CONCRETE WHICH SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE P., Purwanto; Indarto, Himawan
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.65-75

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Portland cement production process which is the conventional concrete constituent materials always has an impact on producing carbon dioxide (CO2) which will damage the environment. To maintain the continuity of development, while maintaining the environment, Portland cement substitution can be made with more environmentally friendly materials, namely fly ash. The substitution of fly ash material in concrete is known as geopolymer concrete. Fly ash is one of the industrial waste materials that can be used as geopolymer material. Fly ash is mineral residue in fine grains produced from coal combustion which is mashed at power plant power plant [15]. Many cement factories have used fly ash as mixture in cement, namely Portland Pozzolan Cement. Because fly ash contains SiO2, Al2O3, P2O3, and Fe2O3 which are quite high, so fly ash is considered capable of replacing cement completely.This study aims to obtain geopolymer concrete which has the best workability so that it is easy to work on (Workable Geopolymer Concrete / Self Compacting Geopolymer Concrete) and obtain the basic characteristics of geopolymer concrete material in the form of good workability and compressive strength. In this study, geopolymer concrete is composed of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, fly ash type F, and activators in the form of NaOH and Na2SiO3 Be52. In making geopolymer concrete, additional ingredients such as superplastizer are added to increase the workability of geopolymer concrete. From this research, the results of concrete compressive strength above fc' 25 MPa and horizontal slump values reached 60 to 80 centimeters.
INCREASE THE STRENGHT OF BASE AND SUBBASE OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT BY ADDING FLEDSPAR AS ADDITIVE MATERIAL Rusbintardjo, Gatot; Fitriyana, Lisa; M. Yusoff, Nur Izzi; Yero, Arafat Suleiman
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.59-64

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The strength and durability of the flexible pavement is highly dependent on the quality of the aggregate material used for base and subbase layers. This is can be understand since  95 percent of the weight-volume of the base and subbase layer is aggregate. Therefore using a good quality and strong base and subbase material is very important. In this paper, which is a report of a reseacrh,  Feldspar is used as stabilizer of base and subbase materlias of flexible pavement. Feldspar  is a group rock-ftant forming tectosilicate minerals that made up about 41% of the earth?s continental crust by weight. 5 to 25% of Feldspar with increment of 5% by weight of the base and also subbase were added. Direct Shear and California Baring Ratio (CBR) test were conducted., beside water content and dry density test. The results of direct shear  test show that cohesion of base and subbase materials decrease from 0,164 kg/cm2 of original base and subbase materials become 0,01 kg/cm2 for base and subbase material after adding with 25% of Feldspar, and angle of inernal friction increase from 47,670 become 49,800. Meanwhile the results of CBR test show that CBR value of base increase from 30% to 86,40%, as well as for subbase increase from 21,50% to 87,30% after adding with 15% of Feldspar. It can be concluded that adding aggregate of base and subbase with Feldspar the strenght improve signicantly, and the influence is the strengthening of the base and subbase layers.
VIBRATION OF TENSEGRITY STUCTURE BY USING SEM Gan, Buntara Sthenly; Kiryu, Shota
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): October
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.2.53-58

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A tensegrity structure is a structure which consists both of compressive and tensile elements without being restrained at the boundaries. The self-equilibrium state inside the tensegrity structure is the condition that builds the structure without any boundary condition necessity. The conventional Eigensystem solver cannot deal with this kind of structure since there are rigid body motions in the governing equations. The exact dynamic solution of tensegrity structure problems can only be obtained by using the frequency-dependent dynamic method. In this study, the free vibrational characteristics of a tensegrity structure which is modeled by a combination of the compressive strut and tensile cables elements are solved by using the Spectral Element Method (SEM). Natural frequencies of the tensegrity are tracked by using the Wittrick-Williams algorithm. Numerical calculations are given to show the effectiveness, efficiency, and accuracy of the SEM in solving the axially vibrating members of the tensegrity structures.
CHARACTERIZATION OF SURFACE WATER QUALITY ALONG ISMAILIA CANAL, NILE RIVER, EGYPT Hamed, Mohamed Ahmed Reda
JACEE (Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30659/jacee.2.1.01-14

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Ismailia Canal, one of the main branches of the Nile River in Egypt, is considered as one of the most important irrigation and drinking water source for Ismailia, Port Said and Suez governorates. The canal received industrial, municipal and agricultural wastewater which caused deterioration in its water quality. To determine the spatial variability of Ismailia canal water quality and identify the sources of pollution that presently affect the canal water quality, the scope of study was divided into three main parts. In the first part, the assessment of water quality data was monitored at thirty different sampling station along the canal, over the period of two years (2017, 2018), using 30 physicochemical and biological water quality variables and using multivariate statistics of principal components analysis (PCA) to interpret before the step of analyzing the concealed variables that determined the variance of observed water quality of various source points was conducted. In the second part, the major dominant factors responsible for canal water quality variations was driven. In the third part, K-means algorithm was used for cluster characterization analysis.The result of PCA shows that 8 principal components contained the key variables and accounted for 87.34% of total variance of the canal water quality and the dominant water quality parameters were: Lead (Pb), Total Phosphorus (TP), Ammonia (NH3), Turbidity, Fecal Coliform (FC), Iron (Fe) and Aluminum (AL). However, the results from K-Means Algorithm for clustering analysis were based on the dominant parameters concentrations, determined 5 cluster groups and produced cluster centers (prototypes). Referring to the clustering classification, a noted water quality was deteriorating as the cluster number increased from 1 to 5, thus the cluster grouping could be used to identify the physical, chemical and biological processes creating the variations in the canal water quality parameters.This study provides an insight into the various statistical models, when water quality monitoring data are combined with spatial data for characterizing spatial and temporal trends, indicating their important potential for decreasing the costs associated with monitoring. This can also be very useful to international water resource authorities for the control and management of pollution and better protection of surface water quality.

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