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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 effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beam Ekaputri, Januarti Jaya
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beamThe effect of PVA fiber to the strength and flexural development of geopolymer beam
Utilization of Buton Natural Rock Asphalt as Pavement Materials Rusbintardjo, Gatot; Yusoff, Nur Izzi M.
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Buton Natural Rock Asphalt (BNRA) is the only natural asphalt among several  natural asphalt that still  exist and can be explored in the world..  Geological data show that amount 650 million ton of BNRA are found in Buton island. Yet, those amount have not been extensively and maximally used for pavement materials. This paper reported the using of BNRA to modify bitumen to improved the it properties in order resist  the high temperature rutting, and to stabilized clay soil, to  improve their strenght in order suitable to be used as subgrade material. Amount of 15 to 65% of fine BNRA in increments of 5% was added to the bitumen penetration grade 80/100, while amount of 2%, 4%, 6%, and 8% of BRNA by weight of soil were added to the clay soil. Penetration at 25°C and softening point test were conducted to the seven mixtures of BNRA-Bitumen’s to determine the penetration index (PI), the parameter of temperature susceptibility of binder. The results show that the BNRA-Bitumen’s binder has low temperature susceptibility. Use as binder in HMA mixtures also shown that the BNRA-Bitumen’s binder can improve the performance of the mixtures. Marshall Stability and stiffness of the mixtures is higher compare to that of base bitumen binder, especially BNRA-Bitumen’s binder with 50% of BNRA, Marshall Stability reach 2374kg and stiffness 311kg.mm, while HMA mixtures with base bitumen (0% BNRA) only has 1294kg of Marshall stability and 169kg/mm of stiffness. For clay soil stabilization, some tests such as Atteberg Limit, California Bearing Ratio, and direct shear were conducted on clay stabilized BNRA. From the study, it was found that BNRA can improve bearing capacity of expansive clay soil better than the natural sand.
Risk Index Model of Waste Final Disposal Syahputra, Benny; Rusbintardjo, Gatot
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Waste Final Disposal (WFD) in some municipals in Central Java Province of Indonesia have brought environmental problem. Evaluation to the environment quality through assessment index of environment risk or Integrated Risk Based Approach (IRBA) need to be carried out to some WFD to be able to make decision which one of WFD can be rehabilitated or must be permanently closed. Aspects of WFD which have to be reviewed include, technical, environment, and social aspect, especially aspect of impact to the society. There are three categories of parameter in analysing IRBA, namely, location criteria which have 20 parameter, waste characteristic have 4 parameters, and lindi characteristic have 3 parameters. To each parameter is provided grade or value and sensitivity index. Research was carried out to five locations of WFD in five municipals, namely, Semarang, Pekalongan, Tegal, Magelang, and Solo municipal. Assessment result to the three categories shows that four WFD namely WFD Pekalongan, WFD Tegal, WFD Magelang, and WFD Solo have risk index value between 300 – 600 and is categorised in fair level of dangerous evaluation, while WFD Semarang have risk index value >600 and is categorised as high level of dangerous evaluation. It can be concluded that the utilization of the four WFD which have risk index between 300 to 600 can be continued and phase by phase can be rehabilitated to become controlled land fill, while for WFD Semarang must be closed immediately because polluted surrounding environment.
Vibrational analysis of Levy type plates by using SEM Nakaya, Yuto; Kiryu, Shota; Sthenly Gan, Buntara
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The use of the frequency-dependent spectral method in structural dynamics related problems is known to provide very accurate solutions while reducing the number of degree-of-freedom to resolve the computational and cost setbacks.This paper investigated the vibrational characteristics of a rigid rectangular pavement road which is modeled by an orthotropic Levy type rectangular thick plates. The Spectral Element Method (SEM) in the frequency domain is developed to formulate the free vibration problems of the plate. Transcendental stiffness matrices are well established in vibration, having been derived from the exact analytical solutions of the differential equations for plate element. The present spectral element model has four line-type degree-of-freedoms (DOF) on each edge of the Levy-type rectangular plate. Natural frequencies are found using the Wittrick-Williams algorithm.Numerical examples are given to show the effectiveness, efficiency and accuracy of the SEM, unlike the FEM, the SEM gives exact solutions of the natural frequencies of plates without element discretization procedures.
Bond-shear behavior of FRP Rods as a function of attachment configuration Lie, Han Ay; Gan, Buntara S; Hu, Hsuan-Teh
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The use of external reinforcement to improve or enhances the flexural capacity of a member depends on the transfer capacity, and the failure behavior of the composite between the reinforcement, the epoxy resin and the concrete. The most influencing factor is the bond-shear between the rod and the epoxy, and the epoxy to the concrete. FRP rods are the latest alternate for fulfilling the external reinforcement scheme. In the field, the mandated embedment depth as outlined by the ACI code as well as the producer, could customary not be achieved since factors such as the depth of the concrete cover, and presence of stirrups limit the space. This study is aimed to evaluate the effect of FRP rod configurations with respect to the concrete, to the effectiveness of external reinforcement. The study looks into the bond-shear capacity as well as the mode of failure influence by the depth of the rod attachment.
Shear Failure Mechanisms of Steel Fiber RC Beams at Elevated Temperatures Setiyawan, Prabowo; A, Antonius; S, Sumirin; Widianto, Aref
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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This paper presented an experimental tests for 12 reinforced concrete beams test contained low steel fiber volume in post-burn conditions. Beam experiments were designed in such a way in order to the collapse mechanism of one point load behaved dominant in shear failure. The main parameter that was reviewed in the experiment was spacing of shear reinforcement and temperature (normal, 300oC, 600oC, 900oC). Result of the experiment showed that the collapse mode of specimens at all temperatures was not pure shear. This was signified by the appearance of cracks that occurred around the middle of the span before the beam was crushing. This behavior indicated the role of steel fibers in increasing the shear capacity of beams. 
Bond-shear Behavior of FRP Rods as a Function of Attachment Configuration Budipriyanto, Agung; Han, Ay Lie; Hu, Hsuan Teh
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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The use of external reinforcement to improve or enhances the flexural capacity of a member depends on the transfer capacity, and the failure behavior of the composite between the reinforcement, the epoxy resin and the concrete. The most influencing factor is the bond-shear capacity between the rod and the epoxy, and the epoxy to the concrete. Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) rods are the latest alternate for fulfilling the external reinforcement scheme. In the field, the mandated embedment depth as outlined by the ACI 440 code, could customary not be achieved since factors such as the depth of the concrete cover, and presence of stirrups limits the space. This study is aimed to evaluate the effect of FRP rod configurations with respect to the concrete surface, to the effectiveness of external reinforcement. The study looked into the bond-shear capacity as well as the mode of failure, influence by the rod attachment depth. It was shown that the embedment depth significantly influenced the failure mode, and therefore the strain transfer capacity from the concrete to the rods.
Application of GGBFS and Bentonite to Auto-Healing Cracks of Cement Paste Ekaputri, J J; Anam, M S; Luan, Y; Fujiyama, C; Chijiwa, N; Setiamarga, D H E
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Cracks are caused by many factors. Shrinkage and external loading are the most common reason. It becomes a problem when the ingression of aggressive and harmful substance penetrates to the concrete gap. This problem reduces the durability of the structures. It is well known that self – healing of cracks significantly improves the durability of the concrete structure. This paper presents self-healing cracks of cement paste containing bentonite associated with ground granulated blast furnace slag. The self-healing properties were evaluated with four parameters: crack width on the surface, crack depth, tensile strength recovery, and flexural recovery. In combination with microscopic observation, a healing process over time is also performed. The results show that bentonite improves the healing properties, in terms of surface crack width and crack depth. On the other hand, GGBFS could also improve the healing process, in terms of crack depth, direst tensile recovery, and flexural stiffness recovery. Carbonation reaction is believed as the main mechanism, which contributes the self-healing process as well as the continuous hydration progress.
Erodibility of Granular Materials Models Sentani, Ari; Marot, Didier; Bendahmane, Fateh
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Abstract: Two means physical processes are involved in failure of a dams structure: either a mechanical failure by sliding, or a hydraulic failure by erosion. The causes of failures are internal erosion (23 cases between 44), or external erosion (20 cases of overtopping) and 1 case of sliding. In consequence, internal erosion is the most frequent cause for all the water retaining structures. A series of test are needed to develop models that can describe the internal erosion. This research uses two kinds of tests. They are The Consodilated Drained (CD) Triaxial test and The Erodibility test with triaxial erodimetre. These two tests uses mixture between Kaolinite Proclay (25%) and Fontainebleau Sand (75%) with 9% of water content. The result shows that confinement pressure increase, time for obtained maximal deviatoric also increase. When deviatoric stress is increase, percentage of deformation is also increase. And also the volume variation of specimen is decrease in function of deformation. For the second test, the result shows after the loss of fine particles in the soil, the original dilative stress-strain behavior changes to be contractive and the peak stress is decreases. Comparing the results of Chang & Zhang in 2011, the curves rank in a coherent way for the stress-strain curve although it used different speciments.
Beneficial Inner-City Quay Walls? Goldbohm, Philine C.R.; M. Wolfert, A. Rogier; G. de Gijt, Jarit; de Bruijne, Mark L.C.; van Heesch, M A
Journal of Advanced Civil and Environmental Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Inner-city quay walls in public urban areas: expense or added value? These civil structures approach, reach or exceed the end of their life span. This threatens the quality of the public urban area. Many municipalities are still willing to invest in the management of inner-city quay walls, despite the costs. Apparently, the quay walls generate more benefits than that are initially expected based on their original functions. Until now, municipalities have failed to determine the added value of inner-city quay walls. Theoretical and practical research suggests that adequate asset management is indispensable. Nevertheless, no research focuses on valuable management of inner-city quays, in terms of performance, costs, benefits and risks. How to decide on a management strategy that adds the most value to the public area? A new framework should identify and incorporate the value of inner-city quay walls in the management process.

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