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Volume 280, 2019The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||13|
|Published online||08 May 2019|
Keeping the Floating House Afloat in Banjarmasin: Implementation Potential of EPS Floating Technology for Foundation Engineering
1 Department of Architecture, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Universitas Islam Indonesia
2 Research and Development Office for Human Settlements Technology Applied, Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Indonesia
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Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan has traditional house in form ofLanting/raft house. At present the population of Lanting house is lacking, among others, due to the funding of bamboo house is quite expensive. Ministry of Public Works and Housing R and D Agency was built Floatingmeeting hall in Semarang 2016 ago with EPS technology. Since thefoundation of the bamboo is more expensive and the number of bamboo isfewer, this study eagers to see to what extent the typology analysis ofexsisting Lanting house, to see the characteristic of floaing technology(EPS) as a substitude of conventional lating foundation, the engineering ofLanting house design using EPS and how is the comparation of materialcharacteristic of local float and EPS pontoon. Research approach withqualitative and supported by quantitative data. Conclusions are theconstruction of Lanting house roof generally uses saddle shape, a light andsimple roof construction. All Lanting houses in Martapura river usessaddle roof construction. The load capacity EPS per module meter is 5 tonsper kg. This Pontoon technology is the result of fabrication that can beapplied for various structural and architectural purposes both on land andon water. Having advantages other than environmentally friendly and thedimensions of structural materials can be custom this material has a heatresistance of up to 600. From Comparison of characteristic of local floatmaterial and EPS pontoon, EPS pontoon is reliable and better than floatmaterial.
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