THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BREAKWATER ON BAMBOO PILE FOUNDATION AT PATIMBAN PORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
ICCE 2022
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Dong, L. P., Iwama, K., Yamada, Y., Takasugi, Y., & Yoshizuka, N. (2023). THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF BREAKWATER ON BAMBOO PILE FOUNDATION AT PATIMBAN PORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (37), structures.5. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v37.structures.5

Abstract

The Patimban Port Development project is stipulated in Presidential Regulation No.47 the Year 2016 as one of National Strategic Projects. The New port which is located in Subang, West Java Province, 100 km from Jakarta Metropolitan is expected to boost up the economic growth in West Java and to help improving the logistic efficiency at the Jakarta Metropolitan area where severe congestions often occurred at its sole international gateway: the Tanjung Priok Port. Among various soft soil treatments adopted in the project, bamboo pile raft (bamboo cluster of 7 piles + mattress) was adopted to strengthen the foundation for the Patimban breakwater. The use bamboo pile foundation as a soil improvement method for coastal revetment and breakwater has a long application history in Indonesia.
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