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Proceeding ICSBE 2016

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1 THE STUDY OF THE COURTYARD EFFECTIVENESS AS SOLUTION FOR THE HOUSEDESIGN TRANSFORMATION PROBLEM ON NATURAL VENTILATION Green Infrastructure unnamed
2 COMMUNITY PUBLIC SPACE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT: A POST OCCUPANCY EVALUATION Green Infrastructure  unnamed
3 PERFORMANCE OF BRICK WITH SAGO HUSK AS FILLER ON GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS Green Infrastructure  unnamed
4 IDENTIFYING RESISTIVITY VALUE OF CHARCOAL WOOD AND CHARCOAL SKINFRUITS: ALTERNATIVE SUBSTITUTE RESISTANCE MATERIAL ON RESISTOR Green Infrastructure  unnamed
5 PILED EMBANKMENTS FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION ON SOFT SOIL Green Infrastructure  unnamed
6 VERNACULAR APPROACH IN PROVIDING PASSIVE HEATING SYSTEM FOR HOUSINGIN TROPICAL GAYO HIGH LAND Green Infrastructure  unnamed
7 OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF 1 X 4 WEAKLY COUPLED FIBERS Green Infrastructure  unnamed
8 STUDY OF DWELLING CONSTRUCTION IN WET LAND AREA OF WEST COAST ACEHIN TERMS OF SUSTAINABLE SETTLEMENT (CASE STUDY: SETTLEMENT OF KRUENGTRIPA WATERSHED AREA) Green Infrastructure  unnamed
9 THE USAGE OF NATURAL ZEOLITE AS FILLER ON MIXTURING ASPHALT CONCRETEBINDERCOURSE (AC-BC) MIXTURE AND ASPHALT PEN.60/70 MATERIALSOBSERVED FROM CANTABRO TEST RESULT Green Infrastructure  unnamed
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THE STUDY OF GREEN CONSTRUCTION IMPLEMENTATION FOR BUILDINGCONSTRUCTION AT BANDUNG Green Infrastructure  unnamed
11 MARSHALL CHARACTERISTICS OF ASPHALTIC CONCRETE UTILIZING REFINEBUTONIC ASPHALT AS AN ASPHALT MODIFIER Green Infrastructure  unnamed
12 PHENOMENOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF CONTEMPORARY BAMBOOARCHITECTURE IN INDONESIA Green Infrastructure  unnamed
13 FINITE ELEMENT MODELING TO REDUCE THE FAILURE ON REINFORCEDCONCRETE WALL UNDER HARD MISSILE IMPACT Green Infrastructure  unnamed
14 THE CHARACTERISTIC AND GREEN DESIGN FOR MOTORCYCLE PARKING AT UNIVERSITY Green Infrastructure  unnamed
15 IDENTIFICATION OF COMPOST POTENTIAL ON DEGRADED SOLID WASTE IN TPAPIYUNGAN LANDFILL, BANTUL, YOGYAKARTAAS A STEP OF LANDFILLMANAGEMENT OPTIMIZATION BY USING LANDFILL MINING METHOD Green Infrastructure  unnamed
16 THE ASSESSMENT OF RIVER PERFORMANCE (CASE STUDY: PEPE RIVER,SURAKARTA) Green Infrastructure  unnamed
17 DEFORMATION ANALYSIS OF PILE FOUNDATION AT SOFT SOIL USING SOFT SOILCREEP MODEL Green Infrastructure  unnamed
18 DUCTILITY ESTIMATION OF FIXED-HEAD LATERALLY LOADED PILE: ANANALYTICAL MODEL Green Infrastructure  unnamed
19 IDENTIFICATION OF URBAN SPACE OF RIVERSIDE SETTLEMENT, CASE STUDY : 3-4ULU PALEMBANG Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
20 DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS OF WEST JAVA PROVINCE Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
21 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF TOLL ROAD TOWARDS GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE ININDONESIA Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
22 EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT AS THE BASIS PROJECT PERFORMANCEMONITORING Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
23 THE POTENTIAL USE OF TITANIUM TETRACLORIDE (TICL4) AS AN ALTERNATIVEFOR COAGULANT IN TEXTILE WASTEWATER TREATMENT Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
24 EFFECTIVENESS OF RAW WATER POLLUTANTS REMOVAL BY AERATED PLASTICHONEYCOMB AND QUARTZ SAND BIOFILTERS Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
25 COMPARISON OF GOME 2 METOP-A SATELLITE-BORNE TROPOSPHERIC NO2 ANDGROUND MEASUREMENTS Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
26 BIOREMEDIATION OF LEAD [Pb II] CONTAMINATED SEA WATER BY MARINEDIATOM SKELETONEMA COSTATUM Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
27 STUDY OF INTER-COUNTRIES FREIGHT TRANSPORT USING ACTIVITY BASEDMETHOD (CASE STUDY: WEST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA – SARAWAK, MALAYSIA) Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
28 TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY BY USING OZONE TECHNOLOGY Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
29 DEVELOPMENT OF BIKE-SHARING STATIONS BY APPLYING SMART CARDTECHNOLOGY Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
30 PROPOSED IMPLEMENTATION OF COGENERATION REGENERATIVE CYCLE INSUGAR FACTORY WASTE RECYCLE SYSTEM Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
31 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT MALAYSIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FROMMANAGEMENT’S VIEW OF THE KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PRACTICES Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
32 A RELIABILITY STUDY: CISADANE RIVER AS A DOMESTIC WATER SOURCE OFTANGERANG CITY Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
33 THE ANALYSIS OF GEOTECHNICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS BASED ON GISAS INITIAL IDENTIFICATION OF ROAD ALIGNMENT DETERMINATION ON SWAMP AREAS Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
34 IMPROVING THE EFFLUENT QUALITY OF PAPER MILL TO SUPPORT ASUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
35 INTEGRATING STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETYFOR COLUMN CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT WORK Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
36 PERFORMANCE OXIDATION DITCH ALGAE REACTOR (ODAR) FOR ORGANICCOMPOUND REMOVAL OF GREY WATER Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
37 DEVELOPING SUSTAINABILITY INDEX MEASUREMENT FOR RECLAMATION AREA Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
38 ANALYSIS OF AMBIENT AIR QUALITY FOR PARAMETERS OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE(NO2) TO CERAMIC TILES COMBUSTION PROCESS WITH GAUSS DISPERSIONMODELS IN SIDOLUHUR, GODEAN, SLEMAN, D.I YOGYAKARTA Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
39 RAINWATER HARVESTING APPLICATION IN YOGYAKARTA Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
40 UTILIZATION OF WATER HYACINTH (EICHHORNIA CRASSIPES) ASPHYTOREMEDIATION PLANT IN VANNAMEI SHRIMP AQUACULTURE SEWAGE TREATMENT Sustainable Resources Management  unnamed
41 UNDERSTANDING RESIDENT’S PREFERENCES FOR MORE SUSTAINABLE HOUSINGDEVELOPMENT IN RIPARIAN MUSI, PALEMBANG Sustainable City  unnamed
42 THE EFFECTS OF RAPID DEVELOPMENT TO THE VISUAL AND IMAGETRANSFORMATION OF THE HERITAGE AREA (CASE STUDY OF BENTENG KUTOBESAK PALEMBANG) Sustainable City  unnamed
43 FUNCTION OF KANA (CANNA.SP) AS LANDSCAPE PLANTS OF CITY PARK SURABAYA Sustainable City  unnamed
44 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SYSTEM ARRANGEMENT OF PUBLIC OPEN SPACEAND LIVABILITY BASED ON USER PERCEPTION IN PUPUTAN BADUNG SQUARE DENPASAR Sustainable City  unnamed
45 THE PERCEPTION OF THE HERITAGE VILLAGE IMPACTS DUE TO URBANIZATION:EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIA Sustainable City  unnamed
46 URBAN SCALE MAPPING OF CO CONCENTRATIONS DUE TO THE TRANSPORTSECTOR IN PADANG CITY Sustainable City  unnamed
47 THE POTENTIAL OF TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT IN REGIONALCENTER: CASE STUDY IN MALIOBORO DISTRICT, YOGYAKARTA SPECIAL REGION,INDONESIA Sustainable City  unnamed
48 SCENARIO FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION FOR TWO BIG CITIES IN CENTRALJAVA, INDONESIA Sustainable City  unnamed
49 OVERVIEW OF URBAN QUALITY INDICATORS: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE ANDSOPHISTICATED URBAN LIFE IN INDONESIA Sustainable City  unnamed
50 CHANGE ANALYSIS OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE BUILDING FUNCTION ANDFACADE IN KOTABARU, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Sustainable City  unnamed
51 SIMULATION OF GAS TEMPERATURE VARIATION AND DIFFUSION EFFECTS IN ANAIR CORONA DISCHARGE FOR NOx POLLUTION CONTROL Sustainable City  unnamed
52 BASIC PLANNING OF E-BIKE SHARING SYSTEM AT SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY Sustainable City  unnamed
53 THE STUDY OF VULNERABLE ROAD USER FACILITIES IN MAGELANG CITYTOWARDS SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT SYSTEM Sustainable City  unnamed
54 THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM WATERFALL TUMBURANOAREA BASED ONECOREGION APPROACHES IN KONAWE ISLAND Sustainable City  unnamed
55 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE FOR LIVABLE VILLAGES IN MANDAILING (CASESTUDIES : SINGENGU AND HUTAGODANG VILLAGE, NORTH SUMATERA) Sustainable City  unnamed
56 EVALUATION OF MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN ECO-DRAINAGE IN REGION SCALE Sustainable City  unnamed
57 DEVELOPMENT OF BIO-ADSORBENT BASED ON TOFU WASTE TO ADSORB IRON(Fe) AND LEAD (Pb) IN WATER Sustainable City  unnamed
58 PEOPLE’S SENSE OF BELONGING AND ITS ROLES IN ENHANCING THEHABITABILITY OF PUBLIC EVACUATION SHELTERS Disaster Management  unnamed
59 THE COMPARISON OF FATALITIES DISTRIBUTION ON THE KRB MAP WITHFATALITIES DISTRIBUTION ON THE ISOVULCANIC MAP OF THE 2010 MERAPIERUPTION Disaster Management  unnamed
60 ANALYSIS OF COMMUNITY CAPACITY INDICATORS AND DISASTERPREPAREDNESS USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING Disaster Management  unnamed
61 SOFT MITIGATION IN AREAS OF REOCCURING NATURAL DISASTERS: FLOODS INQUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA AND THE VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS OF MT. MERAPI INYOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Disaster Management  unnamed
62 MODELING OF TSUNAMI RUN-UP ONTO SLOPING BEACH AND ITS INTERACTIONWITH LOW STRUCTURE Disaster Management  unnamed
63 THE COMPARISON SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF STORM BEHAVIOR IN PENINSULARMALAYSIA DURING MONSON SEASONS BY NEYMAN SCOTT RECTANGULAR PULSE MODEL Disaster Management  unnamed
64 TEACHING URBAN RESILIENCE THROUGH COLLABORATIVE CONSTRUCTION: THEEXPERIENCE OF ODENSE 3 PROJECT IN JAPAN Disaster Management  unnamed
65 EVALUATION OF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS LEVEL OF AN OIL COMPANY (CASESTUDY OF PERTAMINA REFINERY UNIT IN WEST PAPUA PROVINCE,INDONESIA) Disaster Management  unnamed
66 SEISMIC VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDING AS CRITICALFACILITIES IN NORTH SIDE OF JAKARTA USING HAZUS METHOD Disaster Management  unnamed
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