Budi Setyahandana
Jurusan Teknik Mesin, FST, Universitas Sanata Dharma Kampus Paingan, Maguwoharjo, Depok, Sleman 55283

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Sistem Interferometer Michelson untuk Mengukur Regangan pada Mesin Uji Tarik Setyahandana, Budi; Martanto, ,; Agusulistyo, Ronny Dwi; Utomo, Agung Bambang Setyo
Jurnal Teknik Mesin Vol 14, No 2 (2013): OCTOBER 2013
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.9744/jtm.14.2.64-70

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Hasdone research Michelson interferometer system along with data acquisition, which is used for measuring strain in the tensile testing machine. Moveable mirror Michelson interferometer system mounted on the specimen clamp tensile testing machine. When the load is given in the test specimen, the specimen having the length and cause of any difference wave length of the laser beam. The wave length differences cause interference, and produce an interference pattern in the form of dark-light pattern (fringe). Interference pattern will be detected phototransistor sensor signal wave form, then recorded and processed by electronic circuits and interface microcontroller circuit, as well as converted and displayed as a displacement/increase in length (strain) of the test specimen. The experimental results obtained by the Michelson interferometer system that measures the movement (displacement) of the best maximum 9 mm. Displacement measurements using aluminium specimens produced a mean standard deviation of 0.023 (0.2%) and 0.074 (0.08%), and use of low carbon steel specimen rods produce a mean deviation of 0.08 (0.72%). appears that the system is very close to the measurement interferometer with ekstensometer. Measurement accuracy at the time of the test specimen is attached to be reduced compared to the measurements on the crosshead without load, due to a growing vibration machine.
Pengaruh Hard Chrome Plating pada Peningkatan Kekerasan Baja Komponen Kincir Setyahandana, Budi; Christianto, Yohanes Eko
Media Teknika Vol 12, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Sanata Dharma University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24071/mt.v12i1.944

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 High carbon steel generally has a high hardness but lower ductility. To obtain a hard and ductile material, surface hardening can be done on a low carbon steel. Surface hardening can be achieved by hard chrome plating. The objectives of this research were: (1) Conducting the process of hard chrome plating on low carbon steel, (2) Knowing the increasing of surface hardness of low-carbon steel after the plating process in time variations, (3) Knowing the increasing of surface hardness of the low carbon steel after the coating process in anode-cathode distance variations. The specimens was made of low carbon steel. The size of the specimen were 40 mm in length, 35 mm in width and 6.8 mm in thickness. The variables measured were: (1) Coating time (t), (2) The distance between the cathode and anode in the coating process (l). After the coating process completed, the specimen surface hardness was measured by Vickers Hardness Tester. The results showed that up to 532 HV, low carbon steel hardness increased linearly at increasing time plating. At 120 minutes plating, the hardness also increased linearly at current densities up to 1.05 amperes/dm2. While at the current density of 1.1 amperes/dm2, the hardness increased significantly higher.
Gamma Radiography Testing of Collimators for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy Simangunsong, Deo Clinton Maranatha; Sardjono, Yohannes; Setyahandana, Budi; Santosa, Sigit; Nurjaman, Fajar
ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development Vol 36 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (524.418 KB) | DOI: 10.29037/ajstd.567

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Boron neutron cancer therapy is a cancer treatment method that encompasses epithermal neutron irradiation of boron delivered to tumor cells. Using collimators, fast neutrons are moderated into epithermal neutrons. When radiation is performed, neutron beams are emitted and filtered by a collimator. In this study, 12 collimators used in the BNCT process were inspected for their quality, in terms of defects or flaws. The inspected collimators were manufactured by centrifugal casting and were composed of 99% pure nickel. They had the following dimensions: height of 145 mm, outer diameter of 190 mm, inner diameter of 160 mm, and thickness of 15 mm. The inspection method used was gamma radiography testing with an Iridium-192 gamma source. Using a single wall single image technique, the collimators were exposed for 30 seconds. Six FUJI films were placed behind the object to record the resulting images, which showed light or dark areas on each collimator, the latter of which indicated porosity or flaws. Based on these images, collimators 1 and 5 were found to contain cracks, and porosity was identified in almost all of the collimators. It is suggested that both collimators with cracks be recycled, while the collimators with porosities should be investigated further to determine their suitability for boron neutron cancer therapy.
THE EFFECT OF BEACH ENVIRONMENT AND SEA WATER ON NICKEL CORROSION RATE AS A COLLIMATOR MATERIAL FOR THE APPLICATION OF BORON NEUTRON CAPTURE THERAPY Hidayat, Hardi; Setyahandana, Budi; Sardjono, Yohannes; Adi, Yulwido
JURNAL TEKNOLOGI REAKTOR NUKLIR TRI DASA MEGA Vol 21, No 3 (2019): October 2019
Publisher : Pusat Teknologi Dan Keselamatan Reaktor Nuklir (PTKRN)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17146/tdm.2019.21.3.5587

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The purpose of this study is to determine the value of corrosion rate influenced by coastal environment and seawater to nickel as a collimator base material for the application of boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT). In this research, the authors used 99.9% pure nickel as the reference material. Corrosion testing was carried out to determine the rate of corrosion of nickel as a base material for BNCT. After the specimens were formed, the test specimens were then corroded for 12 weeks, with various conditions such as indoor, outdoor environment, static seawater, and moving seawater. The results of this study indicated that in corrosion testing with indoor condition, the corrosion rate values are 0.61-1.00 mpy. For outdoor condition, the corrosion rate is 0.89-1.34 mpy. Meanwhile, at static seawater conditions, the corrosion rate is 0.97-1.24 mpy. Lastly, for moving seawater condition, the corrosion rate is 1.64-1.91 mpy. The results showed that corrosion resistance was relatively the same for all nickel exposed to corrosion in the coastal environment. Therefore, in regards to corrosion resistance, using nickel as a collimator base material for BNCT applications is considered as safe.Keywords: BNCT, Nickel, Corrosion, Coastal Environtment, Sea Water
Rockwell Hardness Testing of Pure Nickel Collimators for BNCT Application Prakasita, Erasmus; Sardjono, Yohanes; Setyahandana, Budi
ASEAN Journal on Science and Technology for Development Vol 36 No 1 (2019): Vol 36 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29037/ajstd.525

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In this study, Rockwell and Brinell hardness testing was used to examine material hardness. These methods were chosen because they are easy to carry out, relatively inexpensive, and almost all sizes and shapes can be tested, in which nickel hardness before and after centrifugal casting are identified and compared. These tests enable the determination of the hardness numbers of nickel collimators using for boron neutron capture therapy. The samples were five nickel plates with a dimension of 4.5 × 4.5 cm and five collimators. The collimators were cylindrical and made using centrifugal casting. The basic principle of the hardness test was to apply loading on the object being tested. The Rockwell test was used to assess the material's hardness from the difference of indentation depth, while the Brinell test was used to determine the hardness from the diameter of indentation. From the results of this test, the hardness number of nickel before centrifugal casting is 168.53 BHN or 86.13 HRB, while the hardness number after centrifugal casting is 115.68 BHN or 64.84 HRB. It can therefore be concluded that centrifugal casting decreased nickel hardness.