KABIRAN, ALI FADLI (2007) PENGGUNAAN PASIR PANTAI TERHADAP MUTU CAMPURAN ASPAL BETON (HRS/ LATASTON KLAS A). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Asphalt Concrete Mixture is one type of flexible pavements are widely used in Indonesia. Asphalt concrete mixture generally consists of aggregate, filler (filler), and asphalt as a binder. Materials commonly used as fine aggregate is the Sand River, Sand Mountain is increasingly limited supply, and relatively expensive. HRS / Lataston Class A (HRS - Wearing Course) which is a mix that has good stability, flexibility, skid resistance, water proofing, and durability is sufficient. One other alternative is the use of local materials in the coastal areas as a component of asphalt concrete mixtures. Sand Beach which is a potential source of sea that can be utilized especially in the Regions / Areas that have only the source of the Quarry. The location we chose to be an alternative choice of material, which are Kapongan Sand Beach (North Beach East Java), and Sand Beach Puger (South Coast East Java). The mixture is made using a Sand Beach Sand River Puger with as many as 18 specimens consisting of six variations of composition with a ratio of 100% PS: PP 0%, 80% PS: PP 20%, 60% PS: PP 40%, 40% PS: PP 60%, 20% PS: PP 80%, PS 0%: PP 100%, the same goes also with the variation of mixture between Sand Beach Sand River Kapongan with as many as 18 specimens were made by comparison of PS 100%: PK 0%, 80% PS : PK 20%, 60% PS: PK 40%, 40% PS: PK 60%, 20% PS: PK 80%, PS 0%: PK 100%, each of 3 specimens. Preparation of samples according to Bina Marga Standards and conducted testing of these mixtures in a laboratory scale. This experiment is testing the Standard Characteristics Marshall. From the results, parameter values for the Sand Beach Puger Marshall Marshall Stability values obtained between 1425.45 kg - 2227.57 kg, yielding values between 1.41 mm - 2.64 mm, VIM value between 5.57% - 7.06 %, and results for Marshall between 5.48 KN / mm - 15.54 KN / mm, while for the Sand Beach Kapongan Marshall Stability values obtained between 1160.12 kg - 1538.19 kg, yielding values between 0.95 mm - 1 , 68 mm, VIM values between 4.27% - 7.09%, and Value For The Marshall between 8.01 KN / mm - 14.89 KN / mm.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||14 Jun 2012 03:36|
|Last Modified:||14 Jun 2012 03:36|
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