PENGARUH PENAMBAHAN BGA (BUTONITE GRANULARASPHALT) TERHADAP KARAKTERISTIK MARSHALL PADA LAPISAN ASPAL BETON (LASTON)

VARUDIN, HENDY (2007) PENGARUH PENAMBAHAN BGA (BUTONITE GRANULARASPHALT) TERHADAP KARAKTERISTIK MARSHALL PADA LAPISAN ASPAL BETON (LASTON). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

Layer of asphalt concrete (LASTON) is a type of pavement that is widely used in Indonesia because the mix of good quality and easy implementation. However, in certain circumstances this type of pavement often cause problems mainly stem from the layer stiffness and life plans that are not as expected. From the problem above, the researcher tried to investigate the effect of adding BGA (Butonite Granular Asphalt) as additives on the properties of Marshall in the mix mixture. Determination of optimum asphalt content by using the 5 variations of 4.7%, 5.7%, 6.7%, 7.7%, 8.7%, where each variation made 3 samples with a weight of 1200 grams respectively. Optimum asphalt content obtained by 7:15%. specimen for optimum asphalt content with added ingredients BGA 0.5%, 1%, 1.5%, 2% and 3%, then the specimen is made of 21 pieces, with details of 3 pieces for each variation. The result showed that there are significant additions to the stability marshall BGA, plastic flow (Flow), the results for the Marshall (Marshall Quotient) and the air cavity (Water void) in the mix was mixed. This is evidenced by statistics that show the test Fcount> marshall Ftable for all properties. For regression analysis the relationship between the addition of BGA with nature marshall adlah as follows: for stability X2 Y = -237.11 + 676.05 x + 1179.1, Flow 0.1738X2 + Y = 0.7517X-2.1033, the results for marshall Y = -0.1256 X2 - X + 1.1872 6.4822, the air cavity-0.1744X2 Y = - 0.9726X + 6.8622. And to obtain optimum content BGA 1:57%, then the regression equation is known that: the content of BGA 1:57% obtained the stability 1857.27 Kg, Flow 3.71 mm, the results for marshall1.912Kn/mm, cavity udara4.9%

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: 19 Jun 2012 02:30
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2012 02:30
URI: http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/8419

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