RIZAL, MUHAMAD (2010) PENGARUH VARIASI RASIO SIAR DATAR DAN SIAR TEGAK TERHADAP KUAT GESER DINDING PASANGAN BATAKO (Studi Penelitian). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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On the Work, mortar thickness of conblock masonry walls is inclined irregular, neither for vertical joint thickness or horizontal. This is based on the easy of and the rapidity and also the accuracy of worker in compiling a paired wall. Studies of wall shear strength couples to have been carried out include: Widiantoro (2006), Rofikatul (2007), and Rezky (2008), however the use of solid brick and hollow brick in the wall structure has not been investigated. To the authors do research on the brick on brick walls couple to see strong shear couple solid brick wall and brick to the variation ratio of perforated flat broadcast and broadcast straight. This research was experimental. The specimen measurement is 80 x 80 cm2. The amount to 24 masonry walls, wich consists of 12 solid conblock masonry walls, and 12 hole conblock masonry walls. The independent variable in this research consists of the thickness variation of horizontals and vertical joints are (1:1) cm, (1,5:1) cm, (2:1) cm, (1:1,5) cm, (1:2) cm, (2:2) cm, and the dependent variable was the shear strength of conblock masonry walls. The experimental result had shown that the highst shear strenght was produced by conblock masonry walls was happened on the thickness variation of vertical joint : horizontal joint is (2 : 2). Then the lowest shear strength was produced by the thickness variation of vertical joint : horizontal joint is (1 : 1). the highest shear strenght of solid conblock masonry walls is 10,24 kg/cm2 and hole conblock masonry walls is 9,73 kg/cm2. The thickness ratio of vertical joint : horizontal joint (2 : 2)cm for conblock masory walls is very good because the more thick of mortar the the stronger the bounding power worked. These two of paired batako walls include into structured wall categories for the displacement modulus that is produced is up to or exceeds the displacement factor requirement (> 0.50) and it can be used for building.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||24 May 2012 02:42|
|Last Modified:||24 May 2012 02:42|
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