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Indonesian Naval Institute of Technology - STTAL

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DETERMINATION OF CRITICAL COMPONENTS FOR NAVIGATION RADAR USING FUZZY FMEA AND TOPSIS S Suharyo, Okol; Bastari, Avando; Rahman, Abdul
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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In determining the critical components and repair priorities, traditional FMEA still have weaknesses, which puts the traditional FMEA factor severity, occurance and detection at the same level of importance, despite the fact that have different levels of interest and importance weight FMEA assessment teams are ignored. In this study integrated fuzzy method in which the FMEA factor severity, occurance and detection assessed in the form of linguistics. At this fuzzy method, the weight of the assessment team FMEA interests are taken into account. To do perangkingan and priority repair used method Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) based on criteria such as level of risk, economic costs, availability of spare parts, maintenance of economic safety and personal abilities. Application of Fuzzy and TOPSIS method in the FMEA to determine the critical components and priorities of the various alternative repair elected to damage components applied to Sperry Marine Navigation Radar system, which is expected by the application of this method can improve operational performance KRI to keep the areas of national jurisdiction
OPTIMIZATION OF THE ANP AND SET COVERING METHOD FOR THE ALLOCATION OF TANKER IN THE EAST SEA REGION OF INDONESIA Susanto, Arys; Susanto, Arica Dwi; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; S Suharyo, Okol
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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As an archipelago which has a wider sea area than land, Indonesia, in this case the oil company, must be able to serve and accommodate oil throughout the Indonesian sea, especially the eastern region. The lack of tanker cause the run out of fuel oil in remote areas, so there needs to be a sector division included in oil companies. The method used by researchers was the Analytic Network Process (ANP) approach and the set covering problem method. By determining the right dock location for the Tanker, the dock would be able to cover the entire existing sector, and through the determination of the proper tanker assignment plan, the entire territory of Eastern Indonesia would be able to be covered by the presence of the Tanker. The results of the study show that the candidate starting point assignment was produced by 4 (four) ports as the starting point for the assignment of tankers. These ports consist of Ambon in charge of covering sectors 4, 5, 6 and 7, Makasar port was in charge of sector 1 and to cover sector 3 while Tegal port is in charge of covering the patrol sector 2
DETERMINATION OF MAINTENANCE PRIORITY INDONESIAN NAVY SHIP DEPO LEVEL USING FUZZY MCDM Kartiko, Donni; Suparno, Suparno; S Suharyo, Okol; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Susanto, Arica Dwi
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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The Indonesian Navy as a defense and security force of the sea has combat tools and supporting facilities projected in the Integrated Fleet Weapon System (Sistem Senjata Armada Terpadu/SSAT) with several components including Indonesian navy ships, marines, aircraft and bases. Depo level maintenance is comprehensive maintenance that can only be carried out by personnel who are experts in their field and supported by complete and sophisticated equipment and facilities. Maintenance at this level includes complete overhaul repairment, repowering MLM (mid life modernization), calibration of all equipment, and repairs to all parts thoroughly. Depo Level Maintenance is the nature of maintaining technical conditions based on rotary hours. If the repair schedule specified in the SPT (System for Planned Maintenance), the schedule must be carried out. This research aimed to present a priority setting solution in Depo level maintenance wherein the highest Indonesian Navy Ship ranking is determined from the level of the decision makers. Fuzzy MCDM is a method developed for decision making on several alternative decisions to get an accurate and optimal decision. In Indonesian Navy Ship Hardepo priority ranking process taken from the level of data processing decision makers using the Fuzzy MCDM method, the 5 highest priority values in implementation were obtained. Hardepo with the highest scores were KRP-812 0.111, BDU-841 0.108, LAM-374 0.107, KRS-624 0.097 and TJA-541 0.073
TIME SCHEDULING AND COST OF THE INDONESIAN NAVY SHIP DEVELOPMENT PROJECT USING NETWORK DIAGRAM AND EARNED VALUE METHOD (EVM) (CASE STUDY OF FAST MISSILE BOAT DEVELOPMENT) Susanto, Arica Dwi; Suparno, Suparno; S Suharyo, Okol; Ahmadi, Ahmadi
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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Missile Boat is one of Indonesian Navy Warship (KCR-60) which has a length of 60 meters and made domestically by Indonesian people at the PT. X in Surabaya. Time delay and cost overruns are the problems in the Missile Boat construction project (KCR-60). The purpose of this research was to schedule the time and cost of the project so that it can be completed on time and there is no swelling of costs for the implementation of the construction of the Missile Boats (KCR-60). The scheduling method used in this study was Precedence Diagram Method (PDM) on Network Diagram and Earned Value Method (EVM). Precedence Diagram Method (PDM) was used for scheduling the project time and showing the critical trajectory of project activities along with the acceleration time (Crashing Project) while Earned Value Method (EVM)  was used to determine the costs and time performance and the factors that cause delays or progress of the project. The results showed that the project schedule had 13 activities that had a zero slack or critical activities which were in activities 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 16, 18, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28. There acceleration of time (Crashing Project) by adding hours of work or overtime for 1 hour every day to 21 activities (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19) will accelerate and reduce the duration of project completion, which was originally 414 days from the completion of the actual work of implementation to 363 days, thus the difference of effectiveness was 51 days (more effective). Meanwhile, for cost efficiency, based on the analysis of the real cost of project implementation, the amount of Rp. 20.407,094,998, - became Rp. 18,410,738,982, thus it became more efficient by Rp. 2,470,548,998, -
INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY ANALYSIS USING SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODELING Marbandi, Arie; Ahmadi, Ahmadi; Bandono, Adi; S Suharyo, Okol
ASRO JOURNAL - STTAL Vol 9 No 2 (2018): International Journal of ASRO
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Handling information security management is an absolute thing to do for organizations that have information systems to support the organization's operations. Information systems consisting of assets both software and hardware that manage data and information that are spread over networks and the internet, make it vulnerable to threats. Therefore investment and costs are needed to secure it. Costs incurred for this need are not small, but investment expenditures and information security costs carried out need serious handling to be more effective and on target. The System Dynamics Model is used to evaluate alternative strategies to demonstrate the effectiveness of investment and the cost of managing information security through simulation of policy changes. System Dynamics are methods for describing models and systems analysis that are dynamic and complex, consisting of variables that influence each other in the form of causal relationships and feedback between variables that are either reinforcing or giving balance. Simulation using a dynamic system model in this study illustrates that the management of risk assessment followed by vulnerability reduction efforts has a very large impact on the management of information security. By making a difference in the value of security tools investment, this provides an alternative choice in information security risk management investments to achieve the effectiveness of the overall costs incurred in managing information security