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IPTEK The Journal of Engineering
ISSN : 23378557     EISSN : 28075064     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering (E-ISSN: 2337-8557) is an academic journal on the issued related to engineering and technology. IPTEK The Journal of Engineering published first time in August 2014. From 2014-2018 (Volume 1-4) IPTEK The Journal of Engineering publish three issues (numbers) annually (April, August, and December). Since 2019 published annually in April and August. It is open to all scientist, researchers, education practitioners, and other scholars. Therefore this journal welcomes various topics in different engineering disciplines. Our target is to reach all universities, research centers and institutes in the globe. Call for Papers IPTEK The Journal of Engineering is an open-access journal, which means that visitors all over the world could read, download, cite, and distribute papers published in this journal for free. We adopt a peer-review model, which insured fast publishing and convenient submission. In addition to peer-reviewed original research papers, the Editorial Board welcomes original research reports, state-of-the-art reviews and communications in the broadly defined field of engineering science and technology. Theses, dissertations, research papers, and reviews are all acceptable for publication. All topics should relevant to the issues faced by industries, governments, and communities. The broad-based topics may be covered by the following knowledge areas: Computer Engineering and Information Systems (Telematics, Algorithms and Programming, Network Based Computing, Smart Computing and Vision, Intelligent Information Management, Computer Architecture and Networking, Applied Modeling and Computing, Graphics Interaction and Games, Software engineering, Information Technology Infrastructure and Security, Information Systems Management, Data Engineering and Business Intelligence, Data Acquisition and Information Dissemination, Enterprise System, and Smart Cities and Cyber Security) Civil Infrastructure Engineering (Hydrotechnics and Surveying, Construction Implementation Management, Building Materials and Structures, and Transportation and Geotechnics) Mechanical Engineering (Energy Convertion, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Mechanical Design, and Manufacture) Electrical Engineering Automation (Cyber Physical, Automation, and Industrial Robots, Programmable Logic Controller and Control System, Antennas and Propagation, Instrumentation, Measurement and Power System Identification, Multimedia Telecommunications Network, Multimedia Communication, Electric Energy Conversion, Electric Power System Simulation, High voltage, System and Cybernetics, Microelectronics and Embedded Systems, Biocybernetics, Instrumentation and Biomedical Signal Processing, Multimedia Computing and Machine Intelligence, and Digital Signal Processing) Chemical Engineering (Applied Chemistry, Biochemical and Bioprocess, Advance Functional Materials and Analysis, Thermodynamic, Chemical Reaction, Material and Nanocomposite, Bioenergy, Wastewater Treatment, Process Integration, Fluid Mechanic, and Sustainable Industrial Systems) Instrumentation Engineering (Control Instrumentation, Measurement Instrumentation, Photonic Engineering, Vibration and Acoustics, and Embedded Systems and Physical Cyber) Business Statistics (Business Analytic, and Quality and Productivity Engineering) And physical, chemical, biological, and environmental sciences that are directly related to engineering.
Articles 59 Documents
Effects of Pilot Injection Timing on The Engine Performance of A Diesel Dual Fuel Engine Silva, Jose da; Yuvenda, Dori; Sudarmanta, Bambang
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 5, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v5i2.a5014

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The combustion process in dual fuel diesel engines occurs sequentially starting with premix burning. The premix burning starts with the ignition delay process. The presence of CNG causes the ignition delay process to become longer, thereby reducing engine performance and increasing emissions on dual fuel diesel engines. This study uses diesel engine type Diamond DI 800 with dual fuel indirect injection model system. The method used a variation of diesel pilot injection timing 110 CA, 130 CA, 150 CA, 170 and 190 CA BTDC. Testing is done with a constant engine speed of 1500 rpm and loading 500 to 3000 watts with 500-watt intervals. The results show that by advancing the diesel pilot injection timing where brake horsepower and the average effective pressure between single fuel and dual fuel is not too far as the current and voltage changes generated by the generator are not too small. While optimal thermal efficiency increased by 4.11%, while CO and HC emissions decreased respectively by 10.85%  and 8.28% at occurred at the pilot injection timing 170 CA BTDC but still under the single fuel engine.
Tin Extraction from Slags Used Hydrochloric Acid Soewarno, Nonot; Altway, Ali; Susianto, Susianto; Taufany, Fadlilatul; Nurkamidah, Siti
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v1i1.a438

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Slag is a mixture of mineral in tin sand or by product in the smelting process. By using separation process, tin can be separated from other minerals in slag. Extraction process with a solvent is usually used to separate tin from other minerals. Furthermore, solution that still contains many dissolved compounds is adsorbed by activated carbon and desorption back with NaOH solution. This study only focuses on the extraction process to obtain a stannate chloride solution with extraction temperature, solvent concentration, extraction time, and liquid/solid ratio as variables. Hydrochloric acid (HCl) has been used as solvent in this study. The concentration of tin in the extracts of each variable was analyzed to determine the percentage of recovery of tin and the optimum operating conditions in the recovery process of tin from waste slag. Experiment results show that the percentage of recovery increases with the increasing of extraction temperature and solvent concentration The highest recovery is 61.5% which is obtained when the extraction temperature is 80 ºC, concentration of HCl is 10 wt%, with a HCl solution and slag ratio is 7: 1 and extraction time is about 30 minutes.
Performance of Water Pump on Distribution and Transmission Process using Variable Speed Drive Nugroho, Dwi Oktavianto Wahyu; Soehartanto, Totok; Wibowo, Tahta Anugrah
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 6, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v6i2.a7248

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The Pump is the vital component in the transmission of water from one unit to another or the distribution water from booster unit to customer. Water pumping has become ineffective due to incorrect installation of the installed pump not in accordance with the pre-installed piping. Investing in network development in the coming year is sometimes one of the reasons why pumps are installed improperly. Thus, high pressure pumps are sometimes installed at lower pipeline pressure. This condition usually does not only double between the pressure in the pipe and pump. Classically, pump output lines are usually coupled with valves (usually butterfly or rotary valves) to provide conditions that correspond to the pump's datasheet.  Meanwhile, the classical concept will decrease the lifetime of pump, so the Variable Speed Drive (VSD) becomes the solution. TawangSari, SiwalanPanji, and KedungUling units are picture how VSD can fix kind of problem that faced in classical system. Worst energy use and decreased performance in classical system cause by wrong installation and limitation of supply power are solved by adapting frequency produced by VSD as it needed.
The Effectiveness Test of Ultrasonic Extraction Microwave Distillation (USE-MD) Method in Capsaicin Extraction Pradana P, Ach. Ferdiansyah; Khoirul U, Moch. Dimas; Septian E, Angga
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 3, No 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v3i1.a2265

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Chili (Capsicum frutescens) is one of foodstuffs whose price is fluctuate and still not processed well, so it becomes damaged. Processing chili becomes capsaicin extract can be done by using MAE method that requires high power and UAE method that produces low yield. Therefore, this study aimed to process chilies as capsaicin extract by using USE-MD and ME-MD methods. Chilies were extracted using 500 ml ethanol 96% in 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 minutes. The operating condition of the distillation was 78oC with a pressure of 1 atm. The result showed that the best method to get capcaisin extract was USE-MD method with optimum extraction time about 30 minutes. This method gave yield about 2.795% with concentration of capsaicin about 0.94 + 0.02% lb/lb
DESIGN OF SOLAR TRACKER SYSTEM USING PHOTOTRANSISTOR Adziimaa, Ahmad Fauzan; Pratama, Detak Yan; Sinatrya, Nabila Widad Dira; Sugihartati, Dewi; Handayani, Wahyu Nur
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 7, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v7i1.a7247

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Intensity of the sun be an important parameter to determine the potential energy in any region. Nowdays, measurement of solar intensity as a panel solar tracker use many variety of sensors. Phototransistor is one of the light sensors that has a greater light sensitivity compared to other light sensors. The design of the system uses four phototransistor which are placed each of two sensors in the east and west of the panel. Accuracy testing calculated by comparing the measurement results on sensor circuit with Lux Meter as validator. The results have shown that the average of phototransistor error is 1.24% and 1.27% on the east side phototransistor and 0.47% and 0.93% on the west side phototransistor.
Influence Of The Compression Ratio And Ignition Timing On CB150R Engine Performance With 85% Bioethanol gasoline Blended Fuel Saputra, Yuli Mafendro Dedet Eka; Sudarmanta, Bambang; Paloboran, Marthen
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 3, No 3 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v3i3.a3207

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Subtitution of the fuel type in the gasoline engine will change the setting The engine parameters as well as modify it to minimize engine performance degradation And increased exhaust emissions. Utilization of ethanol (85% vol.) - gasoline (15% vol.) The combination (E-85) for the gasoline engine requires some machine modifications and setting parameters due to differences in properties and characters between ethanol and gasoline. This study aims to test the effect of ignition timing and compression ratio on the performance of the engine and emission gas emissions. Ignition time varies between 16-24 Before Top Dead Center (BTDC) d. While the compression ratio variation consists of 11 (standart); 12, 12.5 and 13: 1. It was found that advancing the ignition time range 16o-24o BDTC with 13: 1 compression ratio can increase the performance of torque, bmep, and thermal efficiency respectively 7.94%, 5, 82% and 1.6% respectively, and a decrease of emissions of co and hc respectively 56.6% and 0.6% when compared with the performance of standard gasoline-fueled engines (E0).
Range Finding Test of Scirpus Grossus on Aluminium and Iron Contaminated Soil Pertiwi, Anindita Sari; Purwanti, Ipung Fitri; Tangahu, Bieby Voijant; Kurniawan, Setyo Budi
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 5, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v5i1.a5012

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High concentration metal in soil may cause pollution. Particularly for aluminium and iron in soil. Even though these substances are necessary micro-substances for plants, but if the soil has it in high concentration, it will cause more complex environmental problem. These two metals were found in high concentration in soil near the small Industry Environment that recycled aluminium in Jombang Regency, East Java. High concentration also caused soil contamination, thus treatment towards the land was needed. One of the best solutions to overcome land contamination was phytoremediation. Scirpus grossus, to date, is the most widely used wild plant which has the ability in remediating metal pollutant in soil. Before treating metal on soil, toxicity test needed to be done beforehand. Toxicity test was done using Range Finding Test (RFT) method for 7 days using reactors with each filled with 5 kg of soil and 4 plants. RFT was done in different concentration composition between Al:Fe. The load variation (mg/kg) of Al:Fe in the reactors were 10.000:0, 5.000:50, 500:500, 50:5.000, 0:10.000 and control reactor. The result obtained after 7 days were that Scirpus grossus plant could survive in pollution load of Al:Fe 500:500 (mg/kg) with 75% percentage of living plants.
Landslide Analysis Using Seismic Refraction Tomography And MASW: a Case Study in Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia Prayitna, Yusri; Utama, Widya; Warnana, Dwa Desa
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 5, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v5i2.a5025

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Ponorogo district morphology form consisting of highlands and hills make this area vulnerable to landslides. Based on the BNPB (National Disaster Management Agency) data from 2013 to 2017, 77 landslides and 35% have occurred in Ngrayun and Slahung sub-districts. One area that has the potential to experience landslides is Tugurejo village in Slahung District. This study aims to determine the physical properties of subsurface rocks using SRT (Seismic Refraction Tomography) and MASW (Multi-channel Analysis of Surface Waves). The seismic velocity distribution defined from the SRT and MASW at the study sites shows a zone with a higher porosity that is interpreted to represent the level and depth of rock mass movement. P-wave velocity and S-wave indicates very low velocity of 500 – 1200 m/s and 100 – 250 m/s at depths up to 5 m.
Strain Sensing Comparison Between Single and Multimode Fibers using Optical Low Coherence Interferometry Matiin, Nafiul; Hsu, Shih -Hsiang
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 2, No 1 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v2i1.a453

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Optical low coherence interferometry is one of the accurate optical sensing technologies and widely utilized in various physical sensing properties. The system principle is to characterize the relative interferogram movement distance caused by the various strain on a sensing arm. An interferometric strain sensor from two-stage Mach-Zehnder interferometer was demonstrated for double sensitivity improvement. The strain performance comparison between single and multimode fibers will be analyzed for fiber sensing applications. The stepper motor was set up with a movement distance of 20 nm in every step and the velocity could achieve 10000 step/s. The fiber strain was characterized as 22.22 με on a 9-cm length. The experimental results demonstrated the multimode fiber sensitivity is higher than single mode fiber. Repeatability of both single and multimode are uncertain. The interferogram movement distance from the multimode fiber was higher than a single mode and demonstrates higher sensitivity
The Factor Analysis That Has Significant Influence on The Timing of Implementation of Infrastructure Development LRT (Light Rail Transit) Projects in Jabodebek Fahmi, Faisal
IPTEK The Journal of Engineering Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23378557.v3i2.a2797

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Jakarta Bogor Depok Light Rail Transit or abbreviated as LRT Jabodebek is a Mass Transit system with light rail (LRT) which is planned to be built in Jakarta, Indonesia and connecting Jakarta with surrounding cities like Bekasi and Bogor. One of the most important problem in the construction of this Jabodebek LRT is the delay in implementation time. This study aims to determine the factors that have a significant influence on the timing of the implementation on Jabodebek LRT. This research used descriptive method. The instruments that used in data collection is through questionnaire technique (questionnaire). This research will discuss about the application of the TOPSIS method in classifying which factors are the most significant to the time of construction on Jabodebek LRT. The weighting critriea and the classification criteria using Topsis. The results of this study indicate that land handover aspect is the first rank to be considered as the main factor causing project delay with preference value 0.9. The second aspect is the preparation of a good work plan with a preference value of 0.82. The third aspect is the selection of improper construction methods with the preference value of 0.8 and the fourth aspect which is not less important to be considered is the funding aspect of the project activity with the preference value 0.79. The author recommends that the decision makers should consider these aspects so that project implementation time can be well controlled so that there is no delay to know which factor is the most significant with respect to time in the implementation time of the project Jabodebek LRT.