Maulana Ibrahim Rau, Maulana Ibrahim
Departemen Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan, Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan Vol. 4 No. 3 (2019): Edisi 4 (3) Desember 2019
Publisher : Departemen Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan, IPB University

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Drainage system is one of the important infrastructure components to drain runoff from rainfall. The purpose of this research were to identify the condition of existing drainage system in Alam Sinar Sari Residence, to analyze the discharge using EPA SWMM 5.1 application, and to analyze the suitability of existing drainage system with its runoff. The research was conducted since March 2018 on Alam Sinar Sari Residence which is located in Cibeureum Petir, with the total area of 15 ha. Based on analysis and statistic test, the acceptable distribution model is Log Pearson III model with 5 year return period. The rainfall designed was 175.86 mm. Based on simulation done using SWMM 5.1, the actual debit of conduit C76 were bigger than its planned debit and should be re-evaluated. Conduit C76 had dimension of depth of 0.31 m and width of 0.34 m. Based on simulation the discharge in C76 of 0.088 m3/s was bigger than the planned debit which was only 0.069 m3/s. After evaluation, conduit C76 should undergone changes of width dimension from 0.34 m to 0.50 m to be able to hold runoff.Keywords : designed rainfall, drainage, EPA SWMM 5.1, runoff
PHYSICAL VULNERABILITY MODELING BASED ON FLOOD INUNDATION MODEL AND IMAGE MINING Rau, Maulana Ibrahim; Samodra, Guruh; Pachri, Hendra; Irwansyah, Edy; Subair, Muhammad
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan Vol. 1 No. 3 (2016): Edisi 1 (3) Desember 2016
Publisher : Departemen Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan, IPB University

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Flash flood disaster occurred within the City of Garut, West Java, Indonesia, on 20th September 2016, which caused many casualties and damages. Flood model could be performed to model the already-occurring disaster, as well as to depict future events that may occur to overcome any potential disasters, where the inundation flood model depicted the element at risk. In order to assist the analysis for the damages occurred, image mining could be used as part of the approach, where online media was utilized as well. The image mining resulted information about building damages caused by the flood. Afterwards, the physical vulnerability (buildings/residents) model could be further performed. Finally, the relationship between vulnerability and the flood inundation were portrayed. The resulted physical vulnerability model showed that larger height of the flood water caused higher degree of loss of the building, in which portrayed the need for total rebuild of houses as well. Considering available open source data and fast data acquisition, the approach showed such efficient approaches, where the results could be used in order to establish recommendation for building reinforcement, spatial planning, or protection wall in flood prone areas within the future time.
Analisis Debit Sungai dengan Menggunakan Model SWATpada DAS Cipasauran, Banten Rau, Maulana Ibrahim; Pandjaitan, Nora; Sapei, Asep
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol 3, No 2 (2015): JURNAL KETEKNIKAN PERTANIAN
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Total water demand at non industrial and industrial region in Cilegon is increasing. With its water production capacity of 2,000 l/s, PT Krakatau Tirta Industri (KTI) cannot fulfill the amount number of demand from the industrial and domestic sectors at Cilegon. To cover the shortage of water supply of ±600 l/s, PT KTI requires taking water from Cipasauran Watershed. The objective of this study was to analyze river discharge of Cipasauran Watershed using SWAT model. Input data such as soil characteristics, climate data, landuse, and hydrology data at the area of the watershed were gathered and put at the data input file. In SWAT simulation, 4 processes were done, i.e. watershed delineation, hydrological response unit (HRU) forming, data process and SWAT simulation, and visualization process. The result showed that the daily and monthly calibration process crossed 84% and 83% with the 95PPU area, with daily and monthly p-factor value of 0.84 and 0.83. Thus, calibrated model result was valid, though R2 and NS value were not satisfied. Using the validated SWAT model, the daily discharge in Cipasauran Watershed was about 0 - 3.309 m3/s, whereas the monthly discharge was 0.648 - 3.266 m3/s. This showed that daily and monthly PT KTI’s water demand of 0.6 m3/s were fulfilled about 98.22% and 100%. Within the future time, the SWAT model could be potentially used as an assessment for predictive scenarios. However, to gain optimum results, well-observed and precise data is highly required, especially for such calibrations and validations.