Identifikasi batuan pondasi candi (andesit) di bawah permukaan sekitar Candi Badut dengan metode geolistrik resistivitas

Luthfin, Ahmad and Kurniawan, Husni Cahyadi and Jufri, Jufri (2020) Identifikasi batuan pondasi candi (andesit) di bawah permukaan sekitar Candi Badut dengan metode geolistrik resistivitas. Indonesian Journal of Applied Physics, 10 (2). pp. 106-115. ISSN 2089-0133

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Abstract

The Badut temple site is predicted to have a foundation that extends a square to support the core building of the temple so that it does not collapse. Based on the physical shape of the upper part, the site of Badut Temple is incomplete, so it is possible that there are rock remains that fulfill the full function of the temple still buried. Based on these assumptions, this research activity aims to identify the foundation rock of Badut Temple and the andesite rocks buried around the temple building. The method used is the resistivity geoelectric method, this method is often used to investigate the subsurface of the earth, because the resistivity geoelectric method can determine the type and structure of rock without digging, only based on the distribution of subsurface resistivity. The instrument used was a complete OYYO MC OHM Resisvitimeter and electrodes. The configuration for the electrode array uses the Wenner configuration because this configuration is considered capable of obtaining more precise data compared to other configurations. Based on the results of research on the overall interpolation of trajectories 1,2,3 and 4 with the geoelectric resistivity method using the Wenner configuration, it can be seen that the temple foundation rock (andesite) is at a depth of 0.5-1.5 m, which is the rock with the largest resistivity value compared Other rocks with rock resistivity values ranging from 33.87 Ωm-66.8 Ωm, while at a depth of 1.51m-7.91m consisting of watery silt soil and sandy silt soil, no temple rocks (andesite) were found buried in the ground.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: foundation; temple rock; geoelectric resistivity
Subjects: 04 EARTH SCIENCES > 0404 Geophysics > 040401 Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods in Geophysics
04 EARTH SCIENCES > 0404 Geophysics
Divisions: Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences > Department of Physics
Depositing User: M,Si Ahmad Luthfin Ahmad Luthfin
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2020 09:48

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