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PENGELOLAAN SAMPAH PLASTIK MENJADI VAVING BLOKS DENGAN TEKNOLOGI KONVENSIONAL , pkmuika; Tirta, Sandi; Aisyah, Nur; Maulida, Niswah
PKM-P Vol 1 No 1 (2017)
Publisher : LPPM UIKA Bogor

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Pengolahan Sampah Plastik Menjadi Vaving Bloks Dengan Teknologi Konvensional, perlu dilakukan, mengamati sampah menjadi permasalahan di Kampus Universitas Ibn Khaldun Bogor. pada tahun 2015 tercatat sebanyak 8,2 m3/hari, dihasilkan dari sampah kantin UIKA. Sampah terdiri dari jenis, organic dan anorganik. Jenis sampah organic dapat terurai secara alami, sementara jenis sampah anorganik sangat sukar terurai secara alamai, memerlukan waktu sangat lama hingga 450 tahun, Salah satu upaya untuk menanggulangi sampah an oraganik seperti kantong kresek plastik adalah menciptakan alat yang dapat merubah bentuk sampah menjadi vavin blok. Tujuan dan manfaat penelitian, yang ingin diperoleh adalah (a) Mengnghasilkan peralatan teknologi tepat guna untuk mengelola sampah plastik menjadi vavin blok, (b) mampu mengurangi pengingkatan volume sampah plastic, di UIKA Bogor, serta menjadikan kampus terbebas dari sampah an organic. Metode yang digunakan diawali dengan membuat tabung pemanas, dan pembuatan tungku pembakaran, serta pembuatan cetakan vaving blok Cara kerjanya, sampah plastic dimasukan kedalam tabung pemanas, kemudian dipanaskan hingga suhu mencapai 150oC. hingga sumua plastic meleleh. Kemudian lelehan plastic dipindahkan ke dalam cetakan vaving blok secara manual menggunakan sendok adukan dari kayu, kemudian ditekan –tekan permukaannya. Setelah 15 menit hasil cetakan sudah mongering dihasilkan vaving blok.
Simulator Berbasis PLC untuk Pengaturan Lalu-lintas Jalan Raya pada Perlintasan Jalur Kapal Goeritno, Arief; Tirta, Sandi
Jurnal RESTI (Rekayasa Sistem dan Teknologi Informasi) Vol 4 No 6 (2020): Desember 2020
Publisher : Ikatan Ahli Informatika Indonesia (IAII)

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A PLC based simulator has been assembled for controlling road traffic at ship line crossings. The objectives of this study include (i) assembling a miniature bridge body, a lift-drop back mechanism for highway traffic at ship crossings, and an operating system based on a programmable logic controller (PLC) and (ii) measuring the performance of the operating system through its presence input-output signal. Assembly with the following stages: (i) implementation of miniature bridge construction; (ii) selection and placement of sensors; (iii) installation of pumps for hydraulic systems; (iv) installation of servo motor assisted latches; (v) installation of traffic control lights and indicators; and (vi) manufacture of operation panels, wiring, and installation of PLC systems. Mitsubishi PLC system programming is based on compiling algorithms and ladder diagrams with GX Works-2 32 bit. Performance measurement includes (i) when synchronization between the operating system and control on the PLC in the form of input from the operation panel and sensors on the input line are processed in the PLC program to produce an output in the form of appropriate and precise control, (ii) when the sensors installed in the system operation has functioned as programmed into the PLC, and (iii) during the process of lifting and lowering the miniature of the bridge body, there is a time difference of 26 seconds with the condition that the lifting time is longer than the time of lowering the miniature bridge body. The general conclusion is that the miniature of the bridge body and the operating system that has been built can be used as a simulator for the existence of a bridge that can be lifted and lowered again as a highway traffic lane at a ship crossing.