METODE KERJA PROYEK DOKING KAPAL JAKARTA FISHING PORT, MUARA BARU, JAKARTA UTARA

Safari, Agus (2008) METODE KERJA PROYEK DOKING KAPAL JAKARTA FISHING PORT, MUARA BARU, JAKARTA UTARA. Jurnal Partisi, 05 (02). ISSN -

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Abstract

Ship docking construction project of Jakarta Fishing Port or Pelabuhan Perikanan Samudera Jakarta had been completely built in 2001. Docking work area consisted of “onshore” and “offshore”. Part of the “onshore” was continued to the sea, but it more tended to be mechanics such as a “winci house”. Whereas, “offshore” more tended to be structure. In this case, the water-retaining plaster, dewatering, and the structure itself included erection, sand filling, stone installation, ironing, and foundry. To support the work, there was a temporary work must be done, which was a water-retaining plaster. This work was very vital because it was done in water (under water construction), which generated a lot of obstacles, either in term of implementation or working safety. Therefore, a good material and a proper design were needed. The material of dam water-retaining plaster used in the project was Steel Sheet Pile III or a pole like an iron sheet type FSP III. The temporary work design calculation of water-retaining plaster was re-evaluated, by comparing the design calculation of author’s version; considered on moment power, stability and piling depth of Sheet Steel Pile, working method, inelasticity, and structure strength. Article contains a working method implementation evaluation of Slipway.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: 10_Volume 05 / Nomor 02 / November 2008_METODE KERJA PROYEK DOKING KAPAL JAKARTA FISHING PORT, MUARA BARU, JAKARTA UTARA
Subjects: Architectural and Civil Engineering
Divisions: ?? journal_12_10_Volume-05-Nomor-02-November-2008 ??
Depositing User: Mr. Super Admin
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2012 08:16
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2013 04:08
URI: http://eprints.binus.ac.id/id/eprint/15977

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