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Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
ISSN : 2656890X     EISSN : 26568896     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.12962/jifam.v2i1.6965
Journal of Infrastructre & Facility Asset Management is aimed to develop Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Sciences and Knowledge. This journal accepts paper contains the results of research or knowledge development in Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management from anywhere. This journal is published regularly 2 times a year, every March and September. If needed, this journal can also be published in June and December as Supplement Issue. Supplements are not of mandatory publishing. Supplements are only issued if deemed necessary.
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PRELIMINARY REFLECTION ON PERFORMANCE INDICATOR AND PERFORMANCE FACTOR FOR INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT Suprayitno, Hitapriya; Soemitro, Ria Asih Aryani; Maulana, Mahendra Andiek; Hesna, Yervi
Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
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Performance Evaluation is routine work for IAM. Related to this, the Performance Indicator and Performance Factor need to be well understood. This paper present the result of a preliminary reflection on infrastructure performance, performance indicator and performance factor. Basic Quality of infrastructure is measure by its Performance to execute its Function. Performance Factor is something that can influence the Performance. Performance may consists of several components. Each Performance components indicate different qualities. Each performance components may have different importance level and different value. Factor may consists of several factors. Each factor has its own nature as supporting or resisting to performance. Each factor has its own strength of influence, its own easiness to be manipulated, and its value.
ASSESSMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURES ASSETS INDUCED BY WATER LEVEL FLUCTUATION ALONG THE BENGAWAN SOLO RIVER Satrya, T. R.; Soemitro, Ria Asih Aryani; Maulana, M. A.; Warnana, D. D.; Soetanto, R.
Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
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The stability of infrastructure along river channel, such as bridges and embankments, is paramount to continuing service and public safety, and therefore, is essential consideration in the design, construction and maintenance. During the design process, infrastructure stability is often assumed to be static, and considered by implementing a safety factor which is produced by an analysis of extreme condition. However, this has failed to consider the variability of natural factors and importantly, the escalating threat of extreme environmental condition, induced by global climate change. This assumption should, therefore, be revisited for developing a more resilient design and maintenance regime. To demonstrate the changing infrastructure stability, an assessment of safety factor of river embankment and bridge foundation as nearby infrastructures along Bengawan Solo River?s channel and estuary is presented. This was undertaken to determine the impact of water level fluctuation during two extreme conditions during dry and rainy seasons in several critical locations. The river characteristics (i.e. morphology, water fluctuations, velocity, and sub-soil characteristics), embankment conditions and bridge pile foundation were investigated in-situ to assess the change of safety factor. The laboratory investigation focused on river and embankment characteristics including the analysis of the drying-wetting conditions. In-situ and laboratory investigations found an extreme condition which the infrastructures are subjected into, where the water level and flow velocity were 3 m and 0.04 - 0.27 m/s during dry season; and 10 m and 0.46 - 0.84 m/s during rainy season. Furthermore, from the analysis, it can be concluded that certain areas in the river do not meet the minimum requirements for bridge foundation and embankment stability.
PRELIMINARY RECOGNITION OF RIVER INFRASTRUCTURE Maulana, Mahendra Andiek; Suprayitno, Hitapriya; Soemitro, Ria Asih Aryani
Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
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River infrastructures can be defined as facilities and structures that support all activities related to river. Many infrastructures that exist along river stream but few of them are listed and recognized as an important part in the river system. The condition of assets that support the river function should be considered since it determines the sustainability of water supply system for many areas. Starting from upstream, there were dam and reservoir that constructed to reserve the water. Moreover, the water can be distributed to the downstream area for many requirements, such as irrigation system, hydro power, industrial process, etc. In the other hand, dam and reservoir also functioned as flood control that protect the downstream area from flood and inundation. In alluvial river, there were erosions that occurs as river flow velocity could transported soft soil numerously. Hence, the river bank protections were built in order to protect the nearby river infrastructures. Therefore, the infrastructures recognition as preliminary assessment to the river asset management need to be done in order to maintain the river system.
PRELIMINARY OVERVIEW OF SEVERAL CAPITAL RELOCATIONS IN RELATIONSHIP WITH A PLAN OF INDONESIAN CAPITAL RELOCATION Manan, Abd Muluk bin Abd; Suprayitno, Hitapriya
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A plan to move the Indonesian capital from Jakarta to Kalimantan island has been decided. Socialization of this program has been done by the government. A contest for the urban capital plan has been organized. But the Basic Systematic Reflection on Capital Relocation has never been developed among the academician. This development should be started by observing Capital Relocation Experiences. Six capital relocations have been observed. The research indicates that relocate the national capital to a new location is not something uncommon or inappropriate. The majority reasons for the capital relocation are the old capital is already too dense, to balancing the development, or certain military reason. In general, the success of relocation is having a more appropriate capital city with a desired and controlled density. While, the general failure of capital relocation is uncontrolled development, thus becoming a dense city.
THE IMPORTANCE OF AWARENESS OF HERITAGE BUILDING'S SEISMIC BEHAVIORS : SPECIFIC ON PAGODA-TYPE STRUCTURE Sarassantika, I. P. Ellsa; Putra, Ida Bagus Gede Parama
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The importance of building cultural heritage. A place where historical stories, cultural values, places of worship, symbols of struggle and even now are transformed into tourist attractions and educational facilities. Keeping this building good and well maintained is a good thing to do. The purpose of this paper is to enhance awareness of the importance of knowledge about heritage buildings from the viewpoint of building structure and seismicity. In addition, as a research initiation on the performance of the existing pagoda structure in Bali, Meru, going forward. This paper reviews several studies of pagodas in numerous countries, both in terms of structural design, influence and structure on earthquake response, damage, and handling in terms of reinforcement and maintenance. Comprehensively summarizes the studies that have been done, this facilitates understanding of existing studies. With the hope of being able, to trigger and encourage studies on building cultural heritage in Indonesia in general and Bali in particular. Research on the pagoda in Bali in the future is highly expected and needs to be done.
DEVELOPMENT OF CELL TRANSMISSION MODEL FOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL COORDINATION Kei, Lye Yoke; Susilawati, Dr.
Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Vol 2, No 1 (2020): Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
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This research aims to develop a macroscopic traffic model to estimate delay at signalized intersections by considering queue forming and dissipation in the presence of pre-timed signal. Cell Transmission Model (CTM) was set up with basic traffic input parameters to estimate delay and level of service (LOS) and the results are compared to computational analysis run by SIDRA (Signalized and Unsignalized Intersection Design and Research Aid) software. To optimize the traffic flow condition, traffic signal coordination is carried. It was found that optimized traffic signal setting reduces delay by 25.5% and 17% in Intersection A and Intersection B after a second run by CTM.
ROAD NETWORK CONNECTIVITY QUALITY ASSESMENT FOR TIMOR LESTE NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK Babo, Frans de Jesus; Suprayitno, Hitapriya
Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management
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Timor Leste is a very young country. Road network is still pretty the only blood vessel of the economy. Road network need to be well managed following the principle of Infrastructure Asset Management. Thus, the national road network still has to be evaluated against the primary network quality: the connectivity. Assessment indicated that all national center activities are connected by national road network. But, the connectivity cannot be said to be good enough for certains. Due to the mountainous and hilly area, the roads still need to be improved in term of road cross section and road geometry.
MENTAL TASKS EEG SIGNAL CLASSIFICATION USING SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE Caesarendra, Wahyu; Lekson, Syahara U.; Agung, Muhammad
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This paper presents a result of electroencephalography (EEG) signal classification for mental tasks such as thinking forward, backward, left, and right. The EEG data in this study were recorded from Emotive device with 14 channels and 2 references. The aim of this study is to identify the most sensitive channels to the mental task classification. Prior to feature extraction, the EEG signal were decomposed using wavelet with three level decomposition. Eighteen features were extracted from the processed data. Principal component analysis (PCA) is then used to reduce 18 features into 3 principal components. The principal component were classified using support vector machine (SVM). The results show that the SVM classification accuracy of 75%.
BESTARI PARTNERS Management, Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset
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PAPER WRITTING STIPULATIONPapers on JIFAM - The Journal of Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management Journal is regulated by general stipulation as follows.- Papers must be a real work of the author.- Papers has never been published in other media.- Papers contain discussion about Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management.- Papers contains a new discussion, judging based on the discussion that has been published on JIFAM.- The paper have to take a reference from JIFAM/JMAIF for at least 1 paper and from outside JIFAM a minimum of 1 paper.- Paper lengths are limited in 8-16 pages.- Paper writing format can be downloaded on the website http://http://iptek.its.ac.id/index.php/jifam.TOPIC SCOPEJIFAM accepts papers on Infrastructure & Facility Asset Management. The scope of the topic includes, but not limited, of  the following.- I & F Function- I & F Demand - Supply- I & F User Behavior- I & F Policy- I & F Planning- I & F Administration Aspects- I & F Operation System- I & F Maintenance System- I & F Evaluation Technique- I & F Disposal- I & F Economical Aspect- I & F Financial Aspect- I & F Management Organization- I & F Spatial Aspects and Environmental AspectsREVIEWERHitapriya Suprayitno, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya.Ria Asih Aryani Soemitro,  Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya.Data Iranata, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya. 
SIMULATION OF CONCRETE SLAB BEHAVIOR TO EXPLOSION Al Bari, M. Shahib; Ekaputri, Januarti Jaya; Faimun, F.; Ariatedja, Julendra Bambang; Gan, Buntara S.
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Special structure prone to explosion requires special material. Identification of special material is required to find the right concrete properties. Researching material behavior using explosion test is costly. Therefore, prediction using simulation is needed. In this study, we use ANSYS Workbench as a simulation program. The explosion test model comprised a non-reinforced slab 500×500×50 mm and TNT cube. It was found that the compressive strength minimum of the concrete slab that withstand the explosion of 30 grams TNT was 20 MPa. The Young modulus affects to the concrete behavior using default RHT Concrete properties. It had instability against modified concrete properties when performing numerical analysis.

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