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APPLIED RESEARCH ON CIVIL ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENT (ARCEE)
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27146553     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32722/arcee.v2i01
The proposed articles can come from the fields of material, structure, geotechnical, construction management, water resources, and environment, transportation, and implementation method & health and safety work in planning, operating, evaluating, and maintenance of building, bridge, and environment.
Articles 15 Documents
Green Building Concept with The World’s Largest Seismic Isolated Hospital in Turkey Solak, Kemal
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2678

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Certification systems used to test green buildings have become popular nowadays. In addition, there has been a gradual increase in the involvement of the players in the construction sector and public awareness of sustainability. These systems, which are useful in mitigating the building's environmental impacts, reveal difficulties in their implementation, especially for devoloping countries. Because of the problems affecting the population, such as air pollution and health problems, most world states came together and held conferences to take joint binding decisions. In Turkey, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is first on the total number of certified green buildings, followed by the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) and the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). This article summarizes the methodology used by some of these rating methods, shows a comparative approach between these rating systems, and provides an overview of how green building relates to sustainable development practices. Lastly, the building of the hospital was analyzed using  LEED certification system as a case study and the differences in the results were evaluated.
THE DOCK CONSTRUCTION INTER-ISLAND IN INDONESIA Fajrunnajah, Mohamad
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 2, No 01 (2020): Infrastructure Accuracy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2863

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Sea transportation is important to support economic wheels and equitable distribution in inter-island areas in Indonesia. Therefore, adequate transportation facilities and infrastructure need to be provided. With the availability of docks, transportation of goods, services or human transportation can be easier and more efficient. In addition, Indonesia's pulai coast has become a tourist attraction. The types of docks in Indonesia are adapted to the facilities and needs of berths and their functions for the island community. The pier construction is planned to use the method of analyzing the data according to the water, seismic data, wind data, the availability of local materials, size and layout planning and structural planning. The purpose of this study is to find out the general shape of the interisland pier structure in Indonesia and the factors that influence its planning. The method used in this study is a literature review on the interisland pier in Indonesia. The results of the literature review indicate that there are three forms of pier structure in Indonesia with the most form being the quay form which is dominated by the transportation functions of loading and unloading trade goods, and the form of jetty which is dominated by the human transportation function. The shape of the jetty is generally not only made from concrete foundations and deck plates but also uses local materials.
VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AT MT. BROMO INDONESIA BY USING TIME-SERIES LAND SURFACE DEFORMATION AND GIS Arbad, Arliandy P.; Takeuchi, W.; Aoki, Y.; Ardy, Ahmad
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.1954

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Among the 127 active volcanoes located in eastern Java, Indonesia. Mt. Bromo is the most famous active volcano, type of Mt. Bromo is a strombolian. Many aspects that make volcano an interesting, we conduct a critical and comprehensive study and analysis concerning of volcano eruption based on remote sensing and GIS approaches. Nowadays, remote sensing play an important role to observe volcanic activity and facilitate real-time information. The method used in this study is the determination level of risk in the Mt. Bromo by Pairwise Comparison method. Vulnerability parameters to be obtained from the potential of land deformation, population density, and distance from the volcano dome. In addition, we used SAR data to observe time-series land surface deformation which derived from PALSAR sensor and the images which L-band frequency characteristic on board from Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS) with active microwave sensor to achieve cloud-free and day-and-night land observation. The dataset is composed of 24 SAR images, collected from 24 May 2007 to 5 July 2016 (Descending passes, HH polarization). Consequently, the information result has been created and processed at a municipal or city level including thematic maps, the database has been built, classified and analyzed by using GIS environment. The main idea is providing hazard mitigation map at Mt. Bromo to provide adequate guidance for disaster-prone areas to determine the level of disaster risk.
Investigation of Air Circulation For Indoor Air Quality Of Middle-Class Apartment in Jakarta, Indonesia Nurwidyaningrum, Dyah; Ulum, Miftahul; Syamsumarno, Billy Septanto
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2679

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The most significant energy used in middle-class apartments is the air circulation unit. The use of energy from the air circulation system is related to the comfort of the user in the housing unit, so it adjusts to the applicable standard. The objection of this study is to investigate the optimization of the air circulation system in middle-class apartments in an urban area. The method is a comparative study of the government standard. The stages of the research did site observation, take air quality measurement, and interview with the questionnaire. Indoor air quality data collected are temperature, relative humidity, CO, and CO2. The data measurement compared to SNI 03-6572-2001 on Procedures for Designing Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems in Buildings, Indonesian National Standardization.  The questionnaire was to find out the comfort of residents on indoor air quality (IAQ). This study reveals that almost all air quality aspects are consistent to standard, except the temperature. The results of this study that meet the criteria related to air circulation are air movement 40%, relative humidity 65.5%, air movement 40%, CO 78%, and CO2 95%. The result of the questionnaires states that 72.4% of residents feel comfortable with the air quality in the dwelling unit. The size of the room and the adequacy of ventilation in the place influences the value of the air circulation system besides air movement.
GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE IN JAKARTA, BASIC UNDERSTANDING AND IMPLEMENTATION EFFORTS IN INDONESIAN CITIES Mungkasa, Oswar M
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 2, No 01 (2020): Infrastructure Accuracy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2921

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The implementation of green infrastructure (GI) in Indonesia  accelerated by public awareness of the importance of conservation of natural resources and ecosystems. One of the Indonesian government’s efforts to apply the principles of GI in urban areas in a structured and massive manner is through the Green City Development Program (P2KH) Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR). The approach taken is Green Planning and Design, Green Open Space, Green Energy, Green Water, Green Waste, Green Building, Green Transportation, Green Community. The city that is the case study for discussion is Jakarta. Jakarta Smart City, Green Buildings, Urban Agriculture, and Child Friendly Integrated Public Space (RPTRA) are programs that successfully implemented. The implementation GI program easily accepted if based on the community.
LITHOLOGY INTERPRETATION BASED ON WELL LOG DATA ANALYSIS IN “JS” FIELD Sari, Tri Wulan; Sujito, Sujito
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.1955

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Reservoir lithology types in a prospect zone of hydrocarbon can be known through well log data analysis, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Lithology interpretation based on qualitatively well log data analysis, has been successfully carried out by K-1 and K-3 well log data on JS Field, West Natuna basin, Riau Islands.Main focus of the research is types of lithology indicated by response the petrophysical well data log of Lower-Middle Miocene Arang Formation. Arang Formation was deposited immediately on top Barat formation and depositional environment in this formation is transitional marine - marine. Petrophysics log shows well data are log gamma ray, resistivity, neutron porosity, density, and sonic. The limitation of study are on four types lithology, they are coal, sand, sally sand, and shale. Lithology on well K-1 dominate by shale, there is thin intersection between sand and coal. The well of K-1 have sand thickest around six meter. While on well K-3 Petrophysics log data shows thin intersection between coal, sand, shaly sand, and dominated by shale. The thickest Sand have thickness 29 meter, and thicker than on K-1 well. The result in this study, the formation dominated by types of lithology “shale”.
Scheduling of Application for Siteplan Authorization Permit Case of Licensing Process at Investment and Integrated Licensing Services Office in Sleman Regency Nugraheni, Fitri; Abma, Vendie; Yasien, Sigit
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2680

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The permit process must comply with laws and regulations. The permit functions as controlling and supervising tool from the government of activities in certain cases based on the guidelines that must be implemented. The permit also functions as a disciplinarian and regulator in accordance with the law in the administration of government. In the process, several constrains or obstacles often occur in terms of the period of the process as well as technical and non-technical constrains. In this research, an analysis of the scheduling of the site plan permit approval process is based on field data related to the site plan permit approval process with the PERT method. The data used are primary data in the form of interviews and filling in the form of questions and secondary data in the form of a site plan approval process flow. The data that has been collected is then processed and analyzed in several stages. First, calculate the expected time period (te) using interview data and the results of filling in the expected time period (te), so that the expected time period for each activity will be found in accordance with the site plan approval process flow. Second, determine the dependency relationship between activities. In this stage, the relationship between each activity is determined. Third, create a network by changing the existing site authorization process flow into a form of network planning. The results of the schedule using the PERT method are a period of 38 days with alternatives that can be done to reach the time (Tx) of 18 working days in accordance with the Regent Regulations. In addition, the probability of the overall activity being completed is 0.8531 or 85.31%.
BOND STRENGTH OF BAR USING GROUTING FOR PRECAST CONCRETE CONNECTION Rosyidah, Anis; Sucita, I Ketut; Sukarno, Praganif; Sari, S. R. Permita; Sari, Chintya
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 01 (2019): Civil and Environment Development
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i01.2311

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In precast concrete, a connection is needed to unite the components so that they become a whole unified structure. This study aims to determine the reinforcement strength and length of reinforcement in precast concrete connections. To paste reinforcement into precast concrete, giving additional material in the form of grouting which is called sika grout 215 and functions as an adhesive is necessary. Pullout testing is carried out in the laboratory, and its simulation by modeling uses the finite element method based software. This research is divided into 2 phases. The first phase is making specimen to examine the bond strength between the concrete and reinforcement that has been given sika grout 215. So monolithic specimen is made as a comparison. The result of the bond strength of the monolithic test specimen is 6.24 MPa, and the sika grout 215 category is 6.52 MPa. From the experimental results in the laboratory with modeling, it is obtained the bond strength ratio of 0.94. The length of development (ld) based on the results of the testing phase I of 200 mm. The second phase is examining the damage pattern due to the stress that occurred. Specimens are made into 4 categories, namely modeling developments with the length of 120 mm (<40% ld), with the length of 160 mm (<20% ld), with length of 200 mm (= ld), and with the length of 260 mm(> 30% ld) both for monoliths and sika grout 215. The damage pattern, which is in the form of yielding and breaking reinforcement as the result of the pullout experiment in the laboratory shows not much different from the result of simulation using the software.
WIM BRIDGE SYSTEM EVALUATION ON ROAD PAVEMENT (A STUDY CASE OF SEMARANG TOLL ROAD SECTION ABC) Sutjahjo, Kusumo Dradjad; Yazid, Firhan; Saputro, Danang Eko
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 2, No 01 (2020): Infrastructure Accuracy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v2i01.2861

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Semarang Toll Road  Section ABC is one of many toll roads that are traversed by transport vehicles with a load exceeding the permit limit, especially for vehicles originating from the Port of Tanjung Mas. These overloaded vehicles cause a decrease in pavement condition due to pavement damage on Semarang Section ABC Toll Road Section. This study aims to determine the magnitude of the impact of overload vehicles on the remaining life of the road by using overload vehicle detection from the Weight in Motion Bridge system. The method used in this study refers to Bina Marga Pd T-05-2005-B and AASHTO 1993. Based on the results of the analysis that has been done, it can be concluded that there is a decrease in residual life due to overloading vehicles for the year 2022 in Section A, Line A reaches conditions of 26.93% and 37,46%; Section B Line A achieves pavement failure; Section C of Line A reaches 44.65% and 38.33% conditions; Section A Lane B reaches 32.02%; Section B Lane B achieves failure pavement; and Section C of Line B reaching 54.42% and 40.70%.
Risk Analysis of Toll Road Accident Using Fmea and Ahp Methods Haryanto, Edelweis Gent; Latifa, Eva Azhra
Applied Research on Civil Engineering and Environment (ARCEE) Vol 1, No 02 (2020): Urban Building and Infrastructure
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32722/arcee.v1i02.2676

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Road accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the world. It is not only the victims that killed or seriously injured, but accidents significantly affected the quality of life of the people as well as economic and social development in the country. However, the threat of road accidents has not been fully recognized, and has not been well studied even though it is one of the most frequent causes of human death and loss of property. This research was conducted to determine the causes of accidents on the toll road with the FMEA method (Failure Mode Effect Analysis) which is divided into 3 factors: human factors, vehicle factors, and road factors. After that, determining the alternative solutions for dealing with accidents on toll roads using the Analytical Hierarchy Process based on 3 criteria: cost, time and impact. The results showed that based on FMEA analysis, the highest risk factors were found to be human factors caused by negligence. Based on risk factors due to negligence, the results of AHP analysis are: the impact criteria as the main criteria with a weight value of 0.77, and the chosen alternative solution is the fulfillment of functional feasibility with global weight 0.42. Fulfillment of functional feasibility can be done by adding road equipment such as traffic signs and rumble stripe markers.

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