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2 PERKEMBANGAN TEKNOLOGI BETON Pertemuan 13 Matakuliah: S0793 – Teknologi Bahan Konstruksi Tahun: 2009

3 Bina Nusantara University 3 Learning outcomes Mahasiswa dapat menyebutkan perkembangan teknologi beton di dunia dan di Indonesia

4 Bina Nusantara University 4 Outline Materi Perkembangan Teknologi Beton Beton Pracetak Beton Fiber Self Compacting Concrete

5 Bina Nusantara University 5 Perkembangan Teknologi Beton Seiring dengan berkembangnya teknologi bahan dan komputer. Penemuan material baru yang lebih ekonomis dan tahan lama. Penggunaan bahan lain misalnya fiber, semen komposit, polimer dan sebagainya. Perkembangan teknologi komputer yang dapat membuat pengujian secara virtual sehingga lebih cepat dan akurat dilakukan oleh National Institute of Standard and Testing (NIST).

6 Bina Nusantara University 6 Jenis Beton Lain Beton Berat (berat isi lebih besar, menahan radiasi, benturan) Beton Massa (bendungan besar, kanal, pondasi jembatan, agregat yang digunakan lebih besar, slump rendah) Ferro-Cement (beton dengan kawat anyam, kuat tarik tinggi, waterproofing, struktur tipis dan ringan, memungkinkan untuk di fabrikasi, kemudahan pengerjaan, penghematan bahan cetakan Beton Siklop (agregat besar hingga 20 cm, digunakan untuk beton massa)

7 Bina Nusantara University 7 Beton Pra Cetak (Precast Concrete) Precast concrete is a form of construction, where concrete is cast in a reusable mould or "form" which is then cured in a controlled environment, transported to the construction site and lifted into place. In contrast, standard concrete is poured into site specific forms and cured on site. Precast stone is distinguished from precast concrete by using a fine aggregate in the mixture so the final product approaches the appearance of naturally occurring rock or stone.

8 Bina Nusantara University 8 Precast Concrete

9 Bina Nusantara University 9 Fiber Concrete Fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) is concrete containing fibrous material which increases its structural integrity. It contains short discrete fibers that are uniformly distributed and randomly oriented. Fibers include steel fibers, glass fibers, synthetic fibers and natural fibers. Within these different fibers that character of fiber reinforced concrete changes with varying concretes, fiber materials, geometries, distribution, orientation and densities. (wikipedia)

10 Bina Nusantara University 10 Effect Fiber in Concrete Fibers are usually used in concrete to control plastic shrinkage cracking and drying shrinkage cracking. They also lower the permeability of concrete and thus reduce bleeding of water. Some types of fibers produce greater impact, abrasion and shatter resistance in concrete. Generally fibers do not increase the flexural strength of concrete, so it can not replace moment resisting or structural steel reinforcement. Some fibers reduce the strength of concrete. The amount of fibres added to a concrete mix is measured as a percentage of the total volume of the composite (concrete and fibres) termed volume fraction (Vf). Vf typically ranges from 0.1 to 3%. Aspect ratio (l/d) is calculated by dividing fibre length (l) by its diameter (d).

11 Bina Nusantara University 11 Fibres with a non-circular cross section use an equivalent diameter for the calculation of aspect ratio. Some recent research indicated that using fibers in concrete has limited effect on the impact resistance of concrete materials This finding is very important since traditionally people think the ductility increases when concrete reinforced with fibers. The results also pointed out that the micro fibers is better in impact resistance compared with the longer fibers The High Speed 1 tunnel linings incorporated concrete containing 1 kg/m³ of polypropylene fibres, of diameter 18 & 32 μm, giving the benefits noted below. Polypropylene fibres can: –Improve mix cohesion, improving pumpability over long distances –Improve freeze-thaw resistance –Improve resistance to explosive spalling in case of a severe fire –Improve impact resistance –Increase resistance to plastic Effect Fiber in Concrete

12 Bina Nusantara University 12 Fiber Reinforced Concrete

13 Bina Nusantara University 13 Self-Compacting Concrete

14 Bina Nusantara University 14 The Important Properties Self-compactability Avoidance of bleeding and segregation Low shrinkage Low permeability Strength as needed

15 Bina Nusantara University 15 The Benefits Less dependent on skill on site Safer, quieter sites (no vibration) Better appearance Better durability Strength as needed

16 Bina Nusantara University 16 What’s Different? Segregation resistance from mortar viscosity, not aggregate grading Workability through admixtures, not water content

17 Bina Nusantara University 17 What’s The Snag? Higher cost – especially if high strength not needed Plant control has to be better

18 Bina Nusantara University 18 Will it happen? My guess is that 50% of concrete will be self-compacting within 10 years In USA a very large proportion of precast concrete is already SCC

19 Bina Nusantara University 19 What is the secret? Paste Viscosity! Attained by one of three means: High cement content High content of Fly Ash, Silica Fume etc Use of Viscosity Modifying Admixture Plus low water content using HRWR

20 Bina Nusantara University 20 How to Check Suitability? There are many new tests: V-funnel, L-box, U-box, Fill-box, Orimet, GTM Screen + Slump Flow and J- ring While several of these may be used in mix development, only the latter will find site use

21 Bina Nusantara University 21 What is Slump Flow Test? Measuring spread rather than height plus: Speed of flow outwards Ability to pass through J-ring Observation of edge during flow Interesting to note that it works better with the cone upside down!

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23 Bina Nusantara University 23 Why Does It Look Better? Perfect compaction No bleeding

24 Bina Nusantara University 24 Conclusion We are going to expect concrete that is a little more expensive per cubic metre to buy BUT It will require less skill and effort to place It will look better with no appearance defects It will be more durable It will require more skill at the batching plant


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