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Title: Analisa Pengaruh Penambahan Limbah Plastik (LDPE) sebagai Campuran Aspal Terhadap Kuat Aspal dengan Menggunakan Marshall Test
Authors: Khomeiny, Ziaul Haqqy
Advisor: Hermanto, Edy
Lubis, Marwan
Keywords: asphalt concrete;wearing course;low density polyethylene
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Universitas Medan Area
Abstract: One of In the of pavement increase there are some that must be considered the quality of aggregate in use, the method of implementation, and smoke quality. This experiment aims to investigate the Marshall characteristics due to the variation addition of LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) at mixtures AC-WC (Asphalt Concrete-Wearing Course) finely graded with reference to the specification of Bina Marga 2010. This research was conducted by differentiating gradations of the test specimen and the percentage addition of LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene). Group specimen addition of LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) are represented respectively gradation middle limit and upper limit gradation. From the result of analysis has obtained the values of Marshall parameters, the value of the 1st object groups test and 2nd object groups test, for the parameters marshall. meets the specifications already determined by the Bina Marga 2010 on the asphalt level range 5.99% up 6.49%, The addition of LDPE ( Low Density Polyethylene) in a mixture of AC - WC performed at levels of 0 % ,20 % and 40 % . in this study experienced a change in parameters Marshall. The Changes that meet the standards of Bina Marga 2010 are in terms of strength stability, flow and Marshall Quotient values. While those does not meet the standards of Bina Marga 2010 are density values (VIM) cavity , the cavity filled with aggregate (VMA) and the cavity filled with asphalt (VFA) This research proves that with the addition of variations of LDPE( Low Density Polyethylene) in a mixture of AC-WC (Asphalt Concrete-Wearing Course) was affected to the Marshall characteristics, as high as the levels of addition LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) so the value of stability will increase but the percentage of the value of void content in the mix will be higher.
Description: Salah satu unsur dalam peningkatan perkerasan ada beberapa yang harus di perhatikan yaitu kualitas agregat yang di gunakan, metode pelaksanaannya dan kualitas aspal. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui karakteristik marshall akibat penambahan Variasi LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) pada campuran AC-WC (Asphalt Concrete-Wearing Course) bergradasi halus dengan mengacu pada spesifikasi Bina Marga 2010. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan membedakan gradasi benda uji dan persentase penambahan LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene). Kelompok benda uji penambahan LDPE (Polyethylene Terephthalate) diwakili masing-masing yaitu gradasi batas tengah dan gradasi batas atas. Dari hasil analisis diperoleh nilai nilai parameter-parameter Marshal, nilai kelompok benda uji I dan benda uji II untuk parameter marshall memenuhi spesifikasi yang disyaratkan Bina Marga 2010 pada rentang kadar aspal 5,99 % sampai dengan 6,49 %. Penambahan LDPE (Low density Polyethylene) pada campuran AC-WC dilakukan pada kadar 0%, 20 %,dsn 40 %, pada penelitian ini mengalami perubahan pada parameter-parameter Marshall. Perubahan yang memenuhi standar Bina Marga 2010 yaitu dari segi kekuatan stabilitas, nilai Flow dan Marshall Quotient. Sedangkan yang tidak memenuhi standar Bina Marga 2010 yaitu nilai kepadatan rongga (VIM), rongga terisi agregat (VMA) dan rongga terisi aspal (VFA). Penelitian ini membuktikan bahwa dengan adanya penambahan variasi LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) pada campuran AC-WC (Asphalt Concrete-Wearing Course) berpengaruh terhadap karakteristik Marshall, semakin tinggi kadar penambahan LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) maka nilai stabilitas akan meningkat tetapi untuk nilai kadar rongga dalam campuran semakin tinggi persentasenya.
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