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Author(s): Ishraq Hameed Naser
Pages: 1-7 Paper ID:200201-5858-IJCEE-IJENS Published: February, 2020
Abstract:-- This study uses simulation software spss by multiple liner regression (MLR) to present the effect of a Characteristic of household on trip generation model. Large sample was used for building a model. The result show that the characteristic of trip maker effectiveness on trip purpose . The coefficient of determination R² for all model which are considered as an acceptable relationship obtained.
Keywords: Household Characteristic , Socioeconomic, Trip Generation.
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Author(s): A. Rudi Jemi Talahatu, Ir. Hary Agus Rahardjo
Pages: 8-14 Paper ID:200901-7373-IJCEE-IJENS Published: February, 2020
Abstract:-- One of the problems faced in almost all regions in Indonesia, even in the big cities in developing countries, is road engineering, which is the transfer of old roads to new roads due to the impact of a Megaproject Development. This study conducted an analysis related to the Management of the New Road Trace Transfer in Central Halmahera Regency, North Maluku Province by the Industrial Development Company with a focus on construction management research. This research method uses a qualitative descriptive approach that starts with a literature study from various journals, studies the rules and documents of procedures and procedures for the exchange of goods in the form of road assets, the real conditions of the implementation of the exchange of over the road alignment in Central Halmahera, studying the planning documents and the DED of New Road Development by the Company, and conduct analysis related to construction management carried out in the management of the exchange of the road alignment. The results showed that the Industrial Development Company had built a Basic Metal Industrial Zone that affected the State Property Assets in the form of part of the national road sections of 3,991 km affected and used for the construction of the project, therefore the company had built a new road along the 3,727 km den on the Company's land and costs which include; Land for Roads, Road Construction, Bridge Construction and Water Drainage (drainage) as a substitute road as well as making road engineering in the form of transfer of road tracts, and have carried out the process of exchanging new road tracts with existing roads, but constrained and obstructed cannot be completed, because not in accordance with Government Regulation Number 27 of 2014 and Regulation of the Minister of Finance No.111/PMK.06/2016, and is constrained by Replacement Goods in the form of a New Road that has not yet been completely finished. therefore this paper specifically aims to identify violations and incompatibility of procedures and mechanisms for the exchange of track over the roads that have been carried out and identify the results of physical works and the value of new road assets, as well as make evaluations and recommendations for the implementation of the exchange of track over roads, this is to provide understanding the procedures and procedures for the exchange of transfer of the correct road alignment and regulations to be a solution to the settlement of the exchange of new road tracts with the existing road in Central Halmahera.
Keywords: Transfer, Exchange, Road.
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Author(s): Clemente, C. W., Faro, V. P., Moncada, M. P. H.
Pages: 15-19 Paper ID:203001-7575-IJCEE-IJENS Published: February, 2020
Abstract:-- The undrained shear strength occurs when the soil is quickly loaded without pore pressure dissipation. This parameter is measured by field and laboratory tests. Frequently, field tests present undrained shear strength quicker and in a larger amount than laboratory tests, even though there is an application of empirical formulation in some of these values. The present research aims to determine the undrained shear strength by the Fall Cone test, which was developed in Sweden by John Olsson between 1914 and 1922. To assess the applicability of the Fall Cone, the undrained shear strength was determined by additional tests, some of which are unconsolidated undrained triaxial and laboratory vane test. The materials of the research were 16 Brazilian soil samples with varying geotechnical properties and offshore sampling. The Fall Cone test is agreeable with traditional tests, besides being a simplistic and quick method. To conclude, the equipment can be considered as an option to complement and assist undrained shear strength evaluations from soft soils.
Keywords: Undrained shear strength. Fall Cone test. Offshore samples. Triaxial tests.
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