Serviceability Index of Elementary School Buildings in Coastal Areas of Jember-Indonesia

  • Devie Mei Linda Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
  • Anik Ratnaningsih Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
  • Krisnamurti Krisnamurti Civil Engineering, Jember University,Jl. Kalimantan 37 Jember 68121
Keywords: serviceability, damage index, damage assessment

Abstract

The school building is a school facility that must meet a certain standard in service level. Accuracy in calculating the level of damage to the building is important to find a proper serviceable capacity in order to determine the appropriate corrections. This study’s objective is to calculate the elementary school buildings’ damage index by using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). Assessment was done using a sample of 17 elementary schools in coastal areas of Jember and acquired building damage index values with 10 schools in very light damage conditions, 4 schools in light damage, 2 schools in moderate damage and 1 school in a badly damaged condition. This method would allow improvement in damage assessment and understand the serviceability of the buildings of the elementary schools in Jember. By understanding these factors, a more precise and faster response and prioritizing in repairs would be applicable.

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Published
2019-11-26
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