Ge-STRAM: Jurnal Perencanaan dan Rekayasa Sipil https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram <p><strong>ISSN <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1519705411" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2615-7195 (Online)</a></strong></p> <p>Acrredited by Minister of Research and Higher Education, Republic Indonesia, Directorate General of Research Strengthen and Development (Direktur Jenderal Penguatan Riset dan Pengembangan Kemenristekdikti RI) Number <a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/19GcntTI0mcZhdvTMuJj6RBfXNva6GEtv/view?usp=sharing"><strong>85/M/KPT/2020 as Ranking 5 (SINTA 5)</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Ge-STRAM (Geotechnics, Structure, Transportation, Water, Construction Management)</strong> is one of the journals published by the Civil Engineering Department of Dr. Soetomo University, which was established in March 2018. The journal publishes twice a year in March and September, containing 8 articles for each issue. 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Perbadingan Penggunaan Abu Batu Madura Dan Abu Batu Jawa Pada Campuran Mortar https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/3361 <p>Mortar is a mixture consisting of sand, adhesive and water and stirred until homogeneous. As long as the main material used in making mortar is sand, so an alternative is needed as a substitute for the main material for making mortar in order to increase the quality of the mortar. In this study, two types of rock ash will be used as a substitute for sand, namely Java and Madura rock ash with a ratio of 1: 3, 1: 4 and 1: 5 respectively.After testing at the age of 3, 7 and 8 days, the compressive strength values ​​are obtained. Javanese stone ash mortar with a variation of 1: 3 - each age of 8.975 MPa, 16.971 MPa and 29.127 MPa. Variations 1: 4 for each age of 6.005 MPa, 12.675 MPa and 25.374 MPa. 1: 5 variations of each age of 5.32 MPa, 10.182 MPa and 23.171 MPa. Meanwhile, the mortar press test for Madura rock ash with 1: 3 variation at each age of 6,592 Mpa, 13,417 Mpa and 26,109 Mpa. 1: 4 variation at each age of 5,581 MPa, 11,667 MPa and 22,111 MPa. 1: 5 variation at each age of 3.068 Mpa, amounting to 6,523 Mpa and that is 12.728 Mpa.</p> Dedy Asmaroni Muhammad Saifuddin Aldi Setiawan Copyright (c) 2022 dedy asmaroni http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 1 5 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.3361 Pengolahan Limbah Domestik Dengan Kolam Sanitasi Secara Komunal https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4380 <p>Marengan Laok village is a village in Kalianget sub-district which is one of the sub-districts in Sumenep Regency. Marengan Laok village is a village located on the coast and is one of the salt-producing villages and a village with a densely populated category with a number of household’s ± 1,436 there are 4 Hamlets (Jennengan, Beddi, Jenengan, and Mosque). Based on the identification of the problem, and considering that the village of Marengan Laok is a dense settlement, the aim of the study is to plan for sewage treatment with communal sanitation ponds. For planning for communal processing, it is planned to use unproductive salt ponds in Jenengan hamlet. According to Law Number 18 of 2008, domestic waste is waste that comes from daily activities in the household but does not include feces. Daily activities that can produce waste are washing, cooking, bathing, agricultural activities, and livestock activities. The 2020 population of 669 people is projected in 2025 as many as 735 people with the potential for waste generated by 120 l/day septic tanks are planned to accommodate 50 users, the total number of septic tanks needed is 15 units with a storage volume of 18.63 m³/piece, the volume of the sanitation pond is 6 m the types of plants used for the sanitation pond of kana flower and jasmine water. Waste management planning with a sanitary pond based on SNI 2398:2017</p> Cholilul Chayati Chayati Ahmad Suwandi Copyright (c) 2022 Cholilul Chayati Chayati, Ahmad Suwandi http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 6 11 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4380 Desain Geometri Jalan Lingkar Bandara Trunojoyo Kabupaten Sumenep https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4356 <p>Along with the development of community needs for transportation, transportation infrastructure is needed both on land, air and sea which must be met in order to facilitate the movement of traffic such as roads, airports and ports. One of the infrastructures built by Sumenep is Trunojoyo Airport and until now Trunojoyo Airport is still improving to provide optimal service, this is proven by the ongoing development by the airport. In the process of construction, there are roads that are closed because the road is in an ongoing development area, so that public traffic access is disrupted, this is a lot of complaints by the community because the mileage that must be passed increases, besides the costs incurred also increase. There needs to be a solution for the construction of a new road which is located not far from Trunojoyo Airport and can be used as a public road and access to the airport, where the condition of the location to be planned is a community rice field. The purpose of this research is to determine the road alignment and road geometry using the Bina Marga 1997 method. The length of the road segment is 1102 meters, the width of the road is 2 x 4.0 meters and the classification of the road plan is IIIA local road, flat terrain with a design speed of 50 km/h. From the analysis results obtained horizontal alignment consists of 2 Spiral-Spiral bends and 2 Spiral-Circle-Spiral bends, while the vertical alignment is planned to be flat (slope 0%).</p> Ahmad Suwandi Mohamad Harun Copyright (c) 2022 Ahmad Suwandi, Mohamad Harun http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 12 17 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4356 Work From Home: Dampaknya Terhadap Sektor Konstruksi di Bengkulu https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4390 <p>Since the first COVID-19 case in Indonesia was announced on 2nd March 2020, the spread of COVID-19 has occurred so rapidly that Indonesia is listed as the country with the highest number of deaths in Southeast Asia. If humans limit interactions with each other, the process of human-to-human transmission can be suppressed until a solution or treatment can be found. For this reason, many countries have implemented work from home policies, restrictions on interaction between workers, and others. However, the authors have yet to meet research that focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on activities in a construction project. Seven activities or stages common to construction projects are examined to determine whether the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the implementation of these activities. From the research it is known that construction project activities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic are procurement activities, quantity surveying, and tenders because it takes time to adjust to the work from home rhythm. After workers are used to work from home, such activities tend to run well, as before the pandemic. Scheduling and implementation activities are impacted on several projects. Non-vital projects and private projects experienced delays and shifting of project completion dates due to lockdown regulations that limit the number of workers and delay delivery of materials</p> Annisa Fitria Edriani Mukhlis Islam Makmun Reza Razali Copyright (c) 2022 Annisa Fitria Edriani, Mukhlis Islam, Makmun Reza Razali http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 18 22 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4390 Evaluasi Kinerja Lalu Lintas Simpang Tak Bersinyal Berdasarkan Pertumbuhan Kendaraan Data Survei di Jalan Raya Babat – Jalan Kalen Kabupaten Lamongan https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4341 <p>In connection with the growing number of people's population resulted in more and more congestion points. Considering the community's need for transportation is very large so it requires some changes in daily transportation habits so that the intersection handling strategy needs to be considered. One of them happened at the intersection of Jl. Raya Babat-Jl Kalen which is located close to the secondary channel and passes many vehicles. Therefore, a survey of unsignaled intersections is needed to analyze and obtain data on the condition of unsignaled intersections in Kedungpring District. The purpose of this survey is to determine the condition of traffic flow at the intersection of Jl. Raya Babat-Jl. Kalen, evaluates the performance of the intersection, determines the solution for handling the intersection so that the performance of the intersection of Jl. Raya Babat- Jl. Kalen could be better. This research method is unsignalized intersection analysis using the Indonesian Road Capacity Manual. The benefits after doing this research, it can be obtained the composition of traffic for each approach, the width of the approach and the type of intersection, the capacity of the intersection, knowing the traffic behavior with the target degree of saturation less than 0.85. The calculation results show that intersection A (Jl Raya Babat-Jl Kalen) shows a saturation degree of 0.527. This is because at peak hours, the road that affects the main canal is only the east direction, namely towards Kedungpring. Therefore, the degree of saturation of saturation is at a decent level or based on LOS, namely in level C (Medium)</p> R Endro Wibisono Dwi Prastya Nurcahaya Anita Susanti Ari Widayanti Copyright (c) 2022 R Endro Wibisono, Dwi Prastya Nurcahaya, Anita Susanti, Ari Widayanti http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 23 28 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4341 Pengaruh Hambatan Samping Terhadap Kinerja Arus Lalu Lintas Pada Ruas Jalan Rungkut Industri Raya https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4370 <p>The Rungkut Industri Raya road section is located in the Surabaya Industrial Estate Rungkut (SIER) area, which is a primary collector road with a 4/2 UD road type along ± 1.4 Km and a road width of ± 6 meters. Previous research stated that the road is a traffic-heavy road due to industrial activities. This study aims to analyze the performance and the effect of side barriers on the performance of traffic flow on Jalan Rungkut Industri Raya. The analytical method uses descriptive quantitative analysis techniques based on the 2014 Indonesian Road Capacity Guidelines (PKJI). Data collection techniques in this study use observation and documentation. The results of the study indicate that the geometry of Jalan Rungkut Industri Raya has rumija of 7-8 meters, rumaja of 14-16 meters and ruwasja of 28-35 meters, the highest traffic volume is 7874 pcu/hour with a light vehicle speed value of 51.15 km/hour, and the value of the degree of saturation is 0.58 for the west-to-east line, and 0.73 for the east-west line. By switching the side barriers for vehicles to enter or exit, there is an increase in road capacity ranging from 365 pcu/hour, an increase in the speed of light vehicles by 5.5 km/hour, a decrease in the degree of saturation ranging from 0.17 to 0.29 in the west to east, and 0.05-0.49 in the east to west direction, and the level of road service which was originally C will be reduced to B if there are no side barriers</p> Linda Rohmadiani Jeky Auwe Copyright (c) 2022 Linda Rohmadiani, Jeky Auwe http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 29 35 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4370 Konsep Rumah Berwawasan Lingkungan di Daerah Pesisir (Studi Kasus Desa Branta Pesisir Kecamatan Tlanakan Kabupaten Pamekasan) https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4376 <p>The coast is an area that is located on the edge of the sea between the lowest and highest tides where the coastal area consists of land and water. Residential conditions in the village of Branta Pesisir which are classified as dense and have various buildings ranging from small to large and close to each other. The construction of houses that do not meet the correct rules causes the risk of fire and the spread of disease. This research is descriptive. The results showed that the largest house sizes were 5x6 m – 5x10 m. The most common land area found is 40-50 m². The number of family members is mostly 4 people. The most widely used building materials are white brick, wood, and flam tile. The highest house height is 2.5-3.00 m. Most houses do not have ventilation in every room. Access to sanitation is lacking and the remaining land for green open space is rarely found. The concept of an environmentally friendly house proposal is the largest house size by considering the layout, the presence of ventilation and green open space (RTH) which focuses more on the materials used, namely light brick, mild steel and metal roof tiles. The use of these materials is more efficient than the commonly used materials. The Estimated Budget Plan (RAB) proposed for environmentally friendly houses is more efficient than ordinary houses.</p> Aldi Setiawan Nurul Lia Suryani Copyright (c) 2022 Aldi Setiawan, Nurul Lia Suryani http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 36 41 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4376 Analisis Tingkat Pelayanan Jalan Pada Ruas Jalan Kh. Amin Jakfar Ditinjau Dari Arus Pergerakan Lalu Lintas https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4379 <p>Looking at the current condition of Pamekasan City, where the population is increasing every year, the increasing population growth has led to increased community activities and transportation activities. With these transportation activities, there is a movement of traffic flow. Where the movement of this traffic flow if it is not in accordance with the capacity of the road will result in congestion on roads and reduce the level of service on roads. Transportation is a very important and strategic element in supporting economic growth, as well as influence on almost all aspects of life. It also plays an important role in the equitable development of a region. then the traffic and transportation system must be arranged in a unified transportation system in an organized manner so that it can run well. Transportation can be said to be good if it is able to provide adequate services, travel is safe, comfortable, free from congestion and the possibility of accidents and has a short travel time. To achieve good transportation conditions, it can be seen from the factors contained in the transportation component, one of which is parking, parking is a phenomenon that affects the movement of vehicles when vehicles that have such a high intensity of movement will be hampered by vehicles parked on the roadside, causing congestion..This research was conducted on Jalan KH. Amin Jakfar Pamekasan City, Madura. This survey is only a sample conducted for 3 days a week, (starting at 06.00 am to 17.00 WIB) from this survey obtained traffic volume, degree of saturation, side barriers, and road capacity. In data processing carried out using the Manual method but still referring to the 1997 MKJI (Manual Kapasitas Jalan Indonesia)</p> Ahmad Fatoni Dedy Asmaroni Copyright (c) 2022 Ahmad Fatoni, Dedy Asmaroni http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 42 46 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4379 Pengaruh Volume Kendaraan Terhadap Tingkat Kerusakan Jalan Pada Perkerasan Kaku Di Kota Tangerang https://ejournal.unitomo.ac.id/index.php/gestram/article/view/4342 <p>This research is about the effect of vehicles volume with the level of road damage of rigid pavements in Tangerang City, the purpose to predicted earlier the value of road damage that will occur. The method used in this study is regression method. This research was conducted on 3 roads, Marsekal Suryadharma road STA 1+100 to STA 1+600, Juanda road STA 0+700 to STA 1+200 and Garuda road STA 1+300 to STA 1+800 located in Tangerang City. The results of this study are the influence of traffic volume and the value of road damage has a percentage by 89,3% and the other 10,7% influenced by other factors. The resulting equation is y = 19,862 + 0,0136 X<sub>1</sub> + 0,0157 X<sub>2</sub> + 0,0215 X<sub>3</sub>, can be described b<sub>1</sub> = 0,0136 means motorcycle with addition of 400 vehicles/day, will increase the value of road damage by 1,36, b<sub>2</sub> = 0,0157 means light vehicles with addition of 100 vehicles/day, will increase the value of road damage by 1,57, and b<sub>3</sub> = 0,0215 means heavy vehicles with addition of 83 vehicles/day, will increase the value of road damage by 2,15. If there are no vehicles pass on the road, it will increase the value of road damage by 19,862.</p> Adita Utami Zahra Arfie An-Nisa Copyright (c) 2022 Adita Utami, Zahra Arfie An-Nisa http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-06-06 2022-06-06 5 1 47 52 10.25139/jprs.v5i1.4342