Perencanaan Dermaga Batu Bara Kapasitas 10.000 DWT Di Pulau Selayar Sulawesi Selatan

Putra, Ega Marga (2016) Perencanaan Dermaga Batu Bara Kapasitas 10.000 DWT Di Pulau Selayar Sulawesi Selatan. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Dermaga batu bara yang terletak pada pulau Selayar Sulawesi Selatan merupakan dermaga yang berfungsi sebagai tempat mobilisasi batu bara untuk pembangkit listrik tenaga buap. Dalam proyek akhir dermaga tersebut direncanakan untuk kapal Bulk Carier kapasitas 10.000 DWT meliputi perencanaan dimensi dan penulangan elemen struktur pelat dan balok, perencanaan struktur sandar dan tambat (fender dan boulder) serta pondasi. Struktur atas dermaga (plat lantai, balok dan pile cap) menggunakan beton bertulang, cor ditempat dengan karakteristik mutu beton c f  = 30 MPa. Sedangkan struktur bawah dermaga menggunakan tiang pancang baja. Posisi pemasangan tiang pancang ini direncanakan sedemikian rupa agar mampu menahan gaya vertikal dan horisontal. Dalam perencanaan struktur dermaga ini, sistem struktur dianalisis dengan menggunakan program SAP 2000 dengan model tiga dimensi. Penulangan struktur dan stabilitas struktur (terhadap retak dan terhadap pengaruh lendutan) SNI 03-2847-2002 Tata Cara Perencanaan Struktur Beton Untuk Bangunan Gedung. Dari hasil perencanaan didapatkan dimensi dermaga 153x29 m2 dan dimensi trestle 550x12 m2. Dimensi balok melintang dan memanjang dermaga adalah 50cm x 90cm sedang diameter tiang pancang 914,4 mm dengan tebal 16 mm dan 508mm dengan tebal 9 mm. Dimensi poer dermaga type A 1500mm x 1500mm x 1000 mm,poer dermaga type B 3000mm x 1500mm x 1500mm dan poer di trestle 1000mm x 1000mm x 1000mm. Pada struktur sandar yang dipakai adalah fender tipe Bridgestone SA 600, struktur tambat yang dipakai dapat menahan beban tambat hingga 670KN ================================================================================================================== Coal Docks is located in Selayar District, South Sulawesi. Packing plant pier structure designed as a pier to make the distribution swift and detract cost of marine transportation. In this final project is planned for 10.000 DWT ships encompass planning of dimension and reinforcement of plate and beam element structure,fender and boulder structure and foundation. Top structure of pier (floor plate, beam and pile cap) used reinforced concrete, cast in place with characteristic quality of concrete f’c = 30 MPa. While bottom structure of pier used steel piles. Position installation of this piles was plan such a way as to able to resist vertical and horizontal loads. In this case of planning about structure of pier, the system of structure is analyzed by using SAP2000 program with three dimention model. Reinforcement and stability of the structure (cracking and deflection effect) SNI 03-2847-2002 Tata Cara Perencanaan Struktur Beton Untuk Bangunan Gedung. Based on the results, obtained planning for pier dimensions is 153x29 m2 and trestle dimension is 550x12 m2.. Dimensions of beam transverse and longitudinal are 50cm x 90cm while diameter of pile is 914,4 mm with 16 mm of thickness and diameter 508 mm with 9 mm of thickness. Dimensions of poer dock type A are 1500mm x 1500mm x 1000 mm,poer dock type B are 3000mm x 1500mm x 1500mm and poer trestle are 1000mm x 1000mm x 1000mm. At fender structure used fender B-type bridgestone SA 600H. The boulder structure that used can resist loads up to 670 KN.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSS 627.31 Put p
Uncontrolled Keywords: Dermaga, Analisa struktur, Konstruksi bangunan
Subjects: T Technology > TC Hydraulic engineering. Ocean engineering > TC357 Harbor Engineering. Piers, quays, and wharves
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Civil Engineering > 22301-(D4) Diploma 4
Depositing User: ansi aflacha
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2020 06:32
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2020 06:32
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/76123

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