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Innovative J. of Curriculum and Educational Technology     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
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Jurnal Pendidikan Fisika Indonesia (Indonesian J. of Physics Education)     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Kreano, Jurnal Matematika Kreatif-Inovatif     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
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Unnes J. of Biology Education     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan
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ISSN (Print) 1411-1772 - ISSN (Online) 2503-1899
Published by Universitas Negeri Semarang Homepage  [79 journals]
  • The Effect of Soil Density on Infiltration Rate in The Urban Development
           Area of Padang

    • Authors: Totoh Andayono
      Pages: 1 - 5
      Abstract: Majority of Padang City residents inhabitant the region along sea shore for residential, public facility and economic center together with all of supporting facilities. That region is seismic prone area, also potentially affected by tsunami hazard and flood.This circumstances pushed local authority of Padang City to develop urban residential area to the north, east and south side of this city (Koto Tangah, Kuranji, Pauh, Lubuk Kilangan and Bungus Teluk Kabung sub-district), which are used to be water infiltration area. The function`s shifting of this area cause the change of soil density. This condition potentially causethe alteration of rainfall infiltration in to the soil.This research was conducted at 15 locations in Dadok Tunggul Hitam area, Koto Tangah sub-district (9 locations in development area and 6 locations in original area condition). Double Ring Infiltrometer are used in this study to predict infiltration rate and Sandcone for measuring soil density.This study used Horton Model to analyze infiltration rate by quantify infiltration rate data(f), constant infiltration rate (fc) and initial infiltration rate (fo). Moreover, regression analysis were used to quantify infiltration rate in order to determine its effects to soil density parameter.The results show that for high density soil (valuegd = 1,00 gr/cm3 to 1,50 gr/cm3), final soil infiltration rate in average is 0,1 mm/minuteto 0,9 mm/minute. This condition can cause decreasingof rainfall`s runoff infiltration capacity. Meanwhile, for low density of soil (valuegd = 0,30 gr/cm3to 1,00 gr/cm3), the infiltration rate value relatively high with final infiltartion rate reached 0,22 mm/minute. This analysis demonstrated that soil density influence the infiltration rate, where 23,7 % of infiltration capacity in Padang City development area is influenced by soil density parameter (gd), and the rest is influenced by other parameters
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • Potential Development of Brayut Cultural Village, Sleman District,

    • Authors: Adyanti Putri Ariadi, Dimas Wihardyanto, Muhammad Sani Roychansyah
      Pages: 6 - 11
      Abstract: Brayut Tourism Village is an agricultural and culture - based tourism village located in Sleman Regency. The
      potential of nature and culture is very interesting to be developed further. However, during its development, there are
      some emerging issues which damage the environment and the life of Brayut Tourism Village society. The purpose of this
      research is to maintain and preserve the potential for sustainable tourism of Brayut Village. This research used a
      qualitative descriptive method, including explaining development strategy covering various aspects, which are the
      environmental, sociocultural, and economic direction of physical and non-physical development. For the sake of the
      continuity of the uniqueness of nature and culture, Brayut Tourism Village that grows in the middle of Sleman Regency
      development area requires sustainable tourism management. The important element in the development of village
      tourism is the involvement of villagers in every aspect of tourism activities in the village.
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • Impact of Infrastructure Availability to The Level of Slum Area in
           Banyumanik District

    • Authors: Khristiana Dwi Astuti, Pangi Pangi, Bayu Ika Mahendra
      Pages: 12 - 20
      Abstract: Slum especially in big cities such as Semarang City occurred not only in the inner city but also spread to
      the suburbs of Semarang City, one of them in Banyumanik District. Based on the Decree of Mayor of Semarang no.
      050/801/2014 about Determination of Slum Location at Semarang City, there are 6 (six) urban villages in
      Banyumanik District which have slum areas. Determination of the slum area is based on the Semarang City Slum
      Inventory Study from 2010 to 2014. As a consequence, it is known that the main problem causing the development of slum settlement is related to the availability of environmental infrastructures : road network, sanitation, clean water, and drainage. This research was conducted to determine the slum level in the slum areas located in
      Banyumanik district based on the availability of environmental infrastructure. The analysis included descriptive analysis to explain the characteristics of slum settlements and the availability of existing environmental infrastructure, and scoring analysis to determine the impact of the availability of this infrastructure on the slum level.
      Based on the results of the analysis, shows that the slum settlements in RT 01 / RW IV of Jabungan have the highest
      slum level in Banyumanik district.
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • The existence of street vendors (PKL) as supporting activities in Jalan
           Taman Siswa, Semarang

    • Authors: Isna Pratiwi, Suzanna Ratih Sari, Agung Budi Sardjono
      Pages: 21 - 29
      Abstract: Sekaran area has rapidly developed nowadays, especially the development of street vendors’ existence as
      the facility of fulfilling students’ needs from the very first establishment of Unnes. There is not only street vendors’
      phenomenon but also there exist change of land function, the development of building and traffic density. Several
      additional activities to the developed area would relatively increase such impacts towards street vendor development
      in Sekaran, especially in Jalan Taman Siswa. This phenomenon is interesting to be studied because a part of Jalan
      Taman Siswa becomes one of the important corridors in Semarang State University area. This corridor,
      unfortunately, has been changed into the center of street vendors.The data collecting employed by the writer was
      observation, interview, and documentation. This study employs qualitative approach. Whereas the method used is
      descriptive design. By implementing this method, the writer will elaborate the problems appeared briefly and
      comprehensively. Theoretical data are collected by reviewing the related literature, which means that the writer
      gathers the data by reading much relevant literature. This data is managed by conducting analysis and applying the
      data to the study. The existence of Unnes as one of the big campuses in Semarang triggers the occurrence of several
      students' activities such as to fulfill students' daily necessity. Along Kinanti boarding house to Ulul Albab Mosque,
      there exist several supporting facilities for Unnes students and people around the campus. This is interesting since
      the occurrence of supporting activity such as PKL in that area has the strong relationship with the use of public
      spaces. Thus, it could be formulated that the presence of PKL as activity support in Taman Siswa corridor increases
      along with the development of Semarang State University Campus.
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • What Are the Changes in the Use of Space in The Residential Neighborhood
           of Residence as A Place of Business'

    • Authors: Iin Isnaeni, Diah Intan Kusumo Dewi
      Pages: 30 - 40
      Abstract: Kampung Batik Kauman is the first batik village in Pekalongan where located in the center of Pekalongan.
      Location and development of Kampung Kauman as batik tourism village has an impact on the physical development, one
      of which is marked by the changes of residential house function into a business house. Based on the phenomenon, the
      purpose of this paper is to identification space use of business houses in Kampung Batik Kauman. The writer applied
      quantitative descriptive method. From the research results can be seen that there are five types of business houses in the
      Kampung Batik Kauman, namely residential houses and batik production; residential houses and batik showrooms;
      residential houses, production and showroom of batik; residential and boarding houses; and residential houses and trading
      and services (except batik). Space utilization of home business in Kampung Kauman consists of the type of utilization of
      mixed and separate business house space.
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • Alternative of Coastal Erosion Countermeasures in Bungin, Luwuk District,
           Banggai Regency

    • Authors: Sri Susilawati, Desi Mefianti
      Pages: 41 - 46
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the most effective countermeasures in protecting and controlling abrasion along the coast in Bungin village, Luwuk district, Banggai regency. The data collection technique used is observation technique using tidal data to determine the water level of the plan and the elevation of the light and the wind data. The analysis showed that the wave happened in Bungin villages not too big since the significant wave height is 0.4553 m with wave period (Ts) 2.6754 seconds. Although the wave is not significantly big, it still needs attention given the fact that this coastal border area is a residential area where the location of a near future road project is located very close to the coastline. The revetment is an alternative to the coast protection system which is considered as effective and efficient to anticipate this issue. This alternative has mercu elevation +2,214, water level design + 0,914 and building elevation -0,850 with height 4,20 metersand length of this coast’s safety building is 2188,225 meters. The height of coast safety layer is 0,75 meterswith width 2,20 metersand weight of safety stonesis 0,028 tons.
      PubDate: 2018-05-22
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
  • Management of Gender-Based Production and Commercial Spaces

    • Authors: Titien Woro Murtini, Arnis Rochma Harani, Arlina Adiyati
      Pages: 47 - 55
      Abstract: Currently, home industry is attaining particular attention from Indonesian government. This activity is considered as an embryo of Indonesia's economic growth. One of the home industries that have been recognized worldwide is batik. Batik is the cultural heritage of Indonesia that which has received international recognition. The famous batik in Indonesia comes from Pekalongan. In Pekalongan, some villages have characteristic of batik, one of them is proto village. In this village, batik is growing through the home industry business, and almost 70% women can write batik. Also, almost all the houses in this village become a place for industry, whether to make batik, sell batik, and modify batik fabric into clothing. The house which should be a residence, it is functioned as a production and business space. This research employed qualitative method with phenomenology paradigm, aimed to understand and reveal the meaning of the phenomenon of human life behavior, both human in capacity as individuals, groups and the wider community in using residential as a business space and production in Proto Batik Village. The results of this study found that the spatial management system in Proto Batik Village is dominated by women in every home. If the living room in business space used as a place to sell and marketing, the function of production room is located in women area such as kitchens, and backyard. It can be concluded that private house spaces are still used as residential functions, but semi-public spaces are utilized as production and business space.
      PubDate: 2018-04-25
      Issue No: Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018)
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