Modifikasi Struktur Gedung Rektorat UNESA Lidah Dengan Metode Sistem Rangka Pemikul Momen Menengah

Utariningrum, Luki Dia and Labina, Ade Ayu Yulia Saraswati (2015) Modifikasi Struktur Gedung Rektorat UNESA Lidah Dengan Metode Sistem Rangka Pemikul Momen Menengah. Diploma thesis, Institut Technology Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Dalam perancangan struktur gedung, pengaruh ketahanan gempa merupakan salah satu hal yang penting untuk dianalisa, terutama bangunan-bangunan yang berada dalam wilayah yang sering dilanda gempa besar. Mengingat bahwa wilayah kepulauan Indonesia terletak didaerah yang rawan gempa, oleh karena itu, diperlukan suatu perancangan yang baik terhadap bahaya gempa serta mampu membatasi kerusakan gedung akibat gempa ringan sampai sedang, sehingga masih dapat diperbaiki dan kerugian yang terjadi tidak besar. Struktur yang akan direncanakan adalah Gedung Rektorat Unesa Lidah dan terletak di wilayah Surabaya. Pada pembahasan Tugas Akhir, Gedung ini dimodifikasi menjadi 4 lantai dengan panjang ± 38m dan lebar ± 38m. Berdasarkan hasil SPT, diketahui bahwa gedung dibangun diatas tanah dengan kondisi tanah Sedang. Dalam tugas akhir ini akan direncanakan struktur gedung beton bertulang menggunakan Sistem Rangka Pemikul Momen Menengah (SRPMM). Metode ini merupakan metode perencanaan struktur tahan gempa yang mengacu pada SNI 1726-2012. Karena bangunan termasuk dalam katagori bangunan tidak beraturan, maka perencanaan beban akibat gempa menggunakan metode analisa respon dinamik yaitu respon spektrum. Sedangkan perhitungan ii pembebanan non gempa berdasarkan fungsi bangunan sesuai dengan peraturan pembebanan Indonesia Untuk Bangunan Gedung (PPIUG) 1983. Sedangkan perencanaan beton dan struktur pondasi menggunakan Tata Cara Perhitungan Struktur Beton untuk Bangunan Gedung yang mengacu pada SNI 2847-2013 dan SNI 2847-2002. =========================================================================================================== In the design of the building structure, the influence of earthquake resistance is one important thing to be analyzed, especially buildings that are in a region that is frequently hit by major earthquakes. Given that the Indonesian archipelago located in the area that is prone to earthquakes. So, we need a good design against earthquake hazard and be able to limit the damage to the building caused by the earthquake of mild to moderate, so that they can be improved and losses are not great. Structure which will be planned is the Rector Building Surabaya in Tongue and located in Surabaya. In the discussion of final project, this building is modified into four floors with a length of ±38m and width ± 38m. Based on the results of SPT, it is known that the building was built on land with soil conditions Medium. In this final project will be planned structure of reinforced concrete building using Intermediate Moment Frame System bearers (SRPMM). This method is a method of earthquake resistant structural design which refers to SNI 1726-2012. Because the building is included in the category of irregular buildings, the planning burden caused by the earthquake dynamic response analysis method that is the response spectrum. While the non iv seismic loading calculations based on the function of the building in accordance with the regulatory imposition Indonesia For Building (PPIUG) 1983. While planning for concrete and foundation structure using the Procedure for Calculation of Concrete Structures for Buildings which refers to SNI 2847-2013 and SNI 2847-2002.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: RSS 690.73 Uta m
Uncontrolled Keywords: Respon spectrum, SRPMM
Subjects: T Technology > TF Railroad engineering and operation > TF270 Railway structures and buildings
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Civil Engineering > 22401-(D3) Diploma 3
Depositing User: Mr. Tondo Indra Nyata
Date Deposited: 19 Jun 2019 08:09
Last Modified: 19 Jun 2019 08:09
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/63161

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