ANALISA PORTAL YANG MENERIMA BEBAN GEMPA DENGAN METODE ANALISIS DINAMIS 3(TIGA) DIMENSI PADA BANGUNAN RUSUNAWA UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG

FIRMAN, FIRMAN (2009) ANALISA PORTAL YANG MENERIMA BEBAN GEMPA DENGAN METODE ANALISIS DINAMIS 3(TIGA) DIMENSI PADA BANGUNAN RUSUNAWA UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Location of areas of Indonesia are among the four active tectonic system, ie Eurasian plate boundary, the Indo-Australian plate, Philippine plate and the Pacific showed that the Indonesian earthquake risk is high enough. Earthquake with magnitude 7 or more on the Richter scale common in areas around the borders, then a good plan for building a high level can withstand lateral forces such as caused by the earthquake and wind acting on the structure is needed. Dynamic analysis of buildings is an analysis of dynamic loads acting on the structure. While the definition of dynamic load is a load of change - change as a function of time and changes so quickly that cause the rapid deformation movements also in the construction (Widodo, 2001:10). From the calculation results obtained Penulangan square columns 350/450 to L1, L2, L3 and L4 all dash mounted 4D25 with Ø10-350. In the calculation of the cross beam, beam with dimensions of 350/500 obtained penulangan, for L1 pedestal (above) installed 8D25, pedestal (below) inserted 4D20, and 3D20 with a dash field Ø10-150. for the L2 stepping stones (above) installed 8D25, pedestal (below) inserted 4D20, and 3D20 with a dash field Ø10-150. for L3 pedestal (above) installed 7D25, pedestal (below) inserted 3D20, and 3D20 with a dash field Ø10-200. While the 300/400 block L4 obtained penulangan pedestal (above) installed 5D25, and 2D25 with a dash field Ø10-250. In the calculation of the elongated beam, beam with dimensions of 350/500 obtained penulangan, for L1 pedestal (above) installed 6D22, pedestal (below) inserted 4D19, and 2D19 with a dash field Ø10-250. for the L2 stepping stones (above) installed 6D22, pedestal (below) inserted 4D19, and 2D19 with a dash field Ø10-250. for L3 pedestal (above) installed 5D19, pedestal (bottom) mounted 2D19, and 2D19 with a dash field Ø10-250, for L4 pedestal (above) installed 2D18, pedestal (bottom) mounted 2D14, and 2D14 with a dash field Ø10-250. While the 300/400 block of L1 obtained penulangan pedestal (above) installed 6D22, pedestal (bottom) mounted 5D19, and 2D19 with a dash field Ø10-200, for L2 obtained penulangan pedestal (above) installed 6D22, pedestal (bottom) mounted 4D19, and field dash 2D19 with Ø10-200, for L3 obtained penulangan pedestal (above) installed 5D19, pedestal (bottom) mounted 2D19, and 2D19 with a dash field Ø10-200, for L4 obtained penulangan pedestal (above) installed 3D18, pedestal (lower ) installed 2D14, and 2D14 with a dash field Ø10-200

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
Depositing User: Anwar Jasin
Date Deposited: 18 Apr 2012 06:01
Last Modified: 18 Apr 2012 06:01
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/2387

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