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Telah Berpulang ke Rahmatullah, Ayahanda kami tercinta Ir. Thamrin Nasution penulis dari blog ini. Semoga amal Ibadah beliau diterima di sisi Nya. Perjuangannya melawan kanker paru paru dari 2020 harus berakhir di bulan maret 2022, ketika beliau terpapar covid 19, dimana badannya yang sudah melemah tidak lagi sanggup berjuang melawan virus covid 19.

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Wassalam.

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Damailah Indonesia ku, Indonesia mu, Indonesia kita

bendera_merah_putih_garuda

Pidato Pertama Bung Karno Di Sidang Umum PBB 1960

Yang Mengutip Ayat Al Qur’an.

Sumbangansih Presiden Soekarno

Terhadap Peradaban Dunia Islam

ANDAIKATA AKU BOLEH BERMIMPI

Andaikata aku boleh bermimpi.
Gerak kehidupan berbangsa dan bernegara
seperti tari sedati, atau tari saman ini…
Baris depan kita namakan pemerintah…
Baris kanan kita ibaratkan DPR pusat…
Baris kiri tentu DPRD tingkat daerah…
Baris belakang pastilah rakyat…
Dengan baju berwarna-warni…
melambangkan keragaman budaya dan suku bangsa

Bergerak serentak sangat teratur…
Melahirkan keindahan yang elok untuk dilihat..
Duduk bersimpuh bersama…
Yang telah menjadi budaya anak negeri…
Menyelesaikan masalah untuk mufakat dan bertindak…
Pastilah negeri ini menjadi negeri impian..

Tetapi…
Seperti yang telah diingatkan pemimpin
anak negeri….
Itu juga yang kita alami sampai saat ini…

Silahkan direnungkan…

Semoga bermanfaat..

TANAH AIRKU

INDONESIA PUSAKA

RAYUAN PULAU KELAPA

BAHAN RENUNGAN POLITIKUS

Aku adalah aku, dan aku bukanlah siapa-siapa.
Aku hanyalah anak ibuku, yang melahirkan dan
membesarkan aku dengan air mata dan suka cita.
Menyelimutiku dari panas dan dinginnya hari.
Akupun tidak lupa dengan peluh yang keluar dari
badan ayahku, yang mendidikku tentang dunia…
Peluh dan airmata itu belum hilang dari hatiku..

Ketahuilah…
Keinginanku hanya satu…
Aku tidak mau mati sebagai pengungsi..
Ditengah lautan tak berpenghuni…
Kerana kelaparan dan dehidrasi…
Aku hanya mau mati dinegeriku sendiri..
Ditempat mana ibuku melahirkanku…
Sekalipun badanku tercabik-cabik oleh kazaliman,
dan hatiku terluka oleh penistaan…
Aku hanya mau mati di negeriku…

Percayalah…
Jiwaku tidak akan pernah mati..
Jiwaku tidak akan mati…
Dan jiwaku pasti tidak mati…

(thamrin nst)

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Laporan Tahun 2015

Laporan tampilan sepanjang tahun 2015

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STANDARDS and CODES

ASCE STANDARD, SEI/ASCE 7-02
Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and 
Other Structures Designing.
 
Example Calculations. 

IRC, INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE 2012
for One- and Two-family Dwellings. 

IBC, INTERNATIONAL BULDING CODE 2012.
 
IEBC, INTERNATIONAL EXISTING BUILDING CODE 2012.

JSCE, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
Standard Specifications
for Steel and Composite Structures - 2009.
 
Building Code of Australia
National Construction Code Series 2012
Volume 1 
Volume 2 
Volume 3

SAUDI BUILDING CODE NATIONAL COMMITTEE 2007
Steel Structures Requirements

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PCI, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute

ARCHITECTURAL 
Precast Concrete
Designing
with Precast and Prestressed Concrete
PCI
MANUAL FOR THE DESIGN OF HOLLOW CORE SLABS
DESIGNING WITH PRECAST CONCRETE
STRUCTURAL SOLUTIONS 
Parking Structures:
Recommended Practice for
Design and Construction 
PCI Standard Design Practice 
PCI Bridge Design Manual
PCI Bridge Design Manual, AASHTO Section
PCI Connections Manual (Design Guide) 

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A I S I – American Iron and Steel Institute

North American Specification for the Design 
of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members
AISI - 2007 EDITION 

AISI DESIGN GUIDE
Design Examples for the Design of
Profiled Steel Diaphragm Panels
Based on AISI S310-13
2014 Edition

SECTION EIGHT
COLD-FORMED STEEL CONSTRUCTION

Don S. Wolford
Consulting Engineer
Middletown, Ohio
Wei-Wen Yu
University of Missouri–Rolla
Rolla, Missouri

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A C I American Concrete Institute

BUILDING CODE REQUIREMENTS FOR
STRUCTURAL CONCRETE (ACI318-95) AND
COMMENTARY (ACI 318R-95) 

ACI MANUAL OF CONCRETE PRACTICE
PART I - 1980 

Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
Shahram Pezeshk, Ph.D., P.E.
Emison Professor of Civil Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
The University of Memphis
Memphis, TN 38152
Phone: 901-678-4727
Email: spezeshk@memphis.edu 

LECTURE NOTE

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Materials
Chapter 3. Axial Compression
Chapter 4_part1. Flexure
   Chapter 4. Homework Set 4A
Chapter 4_Part2. Flexure
   Chapter 4. Homework Set 4B
Chapter 5. Part3. Flexure
Chapter 5. Part4. Flexure
Chapter 5. Part5. Flexure
   Spreadsheet for design of Singly Reinforced Beams
   Homework Set 5A
Chapter 6. Part 1
Chapter 6. Part 2
Chapter 6. Part 3
Chapter 6. Homework
Chapter 7
Chapter 7. Homework 
Chapter 8
Chapter 8. Homework Part1 
   Homework Set 8 part 2 (use 6 N0. 8 bars for tension steel)
Chapter 9 - Shear Part 1
Chapter 9 - Shear Part 2
Chapter 9 - Shear Part 3
Chapter 9 - Shear Part 4
Chapter 9 - Shear Part 5
   Example Problem Spreadsheet
Chapter 9 - Shear Homework
Chapter 10 
Chapter 10 - Homework
Chapter 11 - Bar Splice
Chapter 11 - Hooks and Barcutoff - 1
Chapter 11 - Bar Cutoff Example
Chapter 11 - Hooks and Barcutoff - 3
Chapter 11 - Homework
Chapter 12 - Serviceability
Chapter 13 - Deflection
Chapter 13 - Homework

Thank's to Mr. Shahram Pezeshk, Ph.D., P.E.

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E U R O C O D E

EUROCODE - Basis of structural design 
EUROCODE 1 - Actions on Structures
Part 1-1 Densities,self-weight,imposedloads for buildings
Part 1-2 Actions on structures exposed to fire 
Part 1-3 Snow loads 
Part 1-4 Wind actions 
Part 1-5 Thermal actions 
Part 1-6 Actions during execution 
Part 1-7 Accidental actions 
Part 2 Traffic loads on bridges 
Part 3 Actions induced by cranes and machinery 
Part 4 Silos and tanks 

EUROCODE 2 - Design of concrete structures
Part 1-1 General rules and rules for buildings
Part 1-2 Structural fire design 
Part 2 Concrete bridges design and detailing rules
Part 3 Liquid retaining and containment structures 

SCI PUBLICATION
How to design concrete structures using Eurocode 2
      1. Introduction to Eurocodes
      2. Getting started
      3. Slabs
      4. Beams.
      5. Columns.
      6. Foundations.
      7. Flat slabs.
      8. Deflection calculations.
    . WORKED EXAMPLES

EUROCODE 3 - Design of steel structures
Part 1-1 General rules and rules for buildings 
Part 1-2 Structural fire design 
Part 1-3 Suppl. rules for cold-formed members & sheeting 
Part 1-4 Supplementary rules for stainless steels 
Part 1-5 Plated structural elements 
Part 1-6 Strength and Stability of Shell Structures 
Part 1-7 Plated structures subject to out of plane loadi.
Part 1-8 Design of joints 
Part 1-9 Fatigue 
Part 1-10 Material toughness and through-thickness properties 
Part 1-11 Design of structures with tension components 
Part 1-12 Additional rules for the extension of EN 1993 up to steel grades S 700 
Part 2 Steel Bridges 
Part 3-1 Towers,masts and chimneys-Towers and masts 
Part 3-2 Towers,masts and chimneys-Chimneys 
Part 4-1 Silos 
Part 4-2 Tanks 
Part 4-3 Pipelines 
Part 5 Piling 
Part 6 Crane supporting structures 

SCI PUBLICATION
1. Steel Building Design: Concise Eurocodes 
2. Stability of Steel Beams and Columns 
3. Steel Building Design: Worked Examples for Students 
4. Studio Guide. 
5. Tata Steel sections interactive 'blue book. 

EUROCODE 4 - Design of composite steel and concrete 
structures. 
Part 1-1 General rules and rules for buildings. 
Part 1-2 General rules - Structural fire design. 
Part 2 General rules and rules for bridges. 

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A A S H T O

Americans Association of State Highway
and Transportation Officials.
1. A POLICY ON GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF 
    HIGHWAYS AND STREETS, 2001.
2. AASHTO, Guide for Design of Pavement Structures 1993
3. AASHTO Segmental Box Girder Standards 
4. AASHTO STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS for HIGHWAY BRIDGES,
   16th. Edition, 1996.
5. AASHTO STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS for HIGHWAY BRIDGES,
   1973.
6. Pavement Lessons Learned from the AASHO Road 
   Test and Performance of the Interstate 
   Highway System. 
7. AASHTO LRFD BRIDGE DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS 
   Customary U.S. Units • 2012.
8. Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD)
   for Highway Bridge Substructures

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U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration

Steel Bridge Design Handbook.
Publication No. FHWA-IF-12-052, November 2012.
Volume 01 : Bridge Steels and Their Mechanical Properties
Volume 02 : Steel Bridge Fabrication.
Volume 03 : Structural Steel Bridge Shop Drawings.
Volume 04 : Structural Behavior of Steel.
Volume 05 : Selecting the Right Bridge Type.
Volume 06 : Stringer Bridges and Making the Right Choices
Volume 07 : Loads and Load Combinations.
Volume 08 : Structural Analysis.
Volume 09 : Redundancy.
Volume 10 : Limit States.
Volume 11 : Design for Constructibility.
Volume 12 : Design for Fatigue.
Volume 13 : Bracing System Design.
Volume 14 : Splice Design.
Volume 15 : Bearing Design.
Volume 16 : Substructure Design.
Volume 17 : Bridge Deck Design.
Volume 18 : Load Rating of Steel Bridges.
Volume 19 : Corrosion Protection of Steel Bridges.

Design Example:
Three-span Continuous Straight I-Girder Bridge. 
Two-span Continuous Straight I-Girder Bridge. 
Two-span Continuous Straight Wide-Flange Beam Bridge. 
Three-span Continuous Curved I-Girder Beam Bridge. 
Three-span Continuous Straight Tub-Girder Bridge.
Three-span Continuous Curved Tub-Girder Bridge.

Post-Tensioning Tendon Installation and Grouting Manual

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