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Interpretative Structural Modeling Dalam Analisis Kelembagaan Pengendalian Kualitas Air Waduk Sutami Syadzadhiya Qothrunada Zakiyayasin Nisa'; P. S. Ardisty Sitogasa; Kabul Fadila; Syahrul Munir
Jurnal EnviScience (Environment Science) Vol 6, No 1 (2022): "Environmental Health, Technology and Its Applications"
Publisher : Universitas Islam Lamongan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30736/6ijev.v6iss1.335


The Sutami Reservoir, located in Malang Regency, East Java, has moderate to severe levels of pollution. This pollution problem can reduce the water quality of the Sutami Reservoir, so it requires coordination from the agencies concerned to formulate water pollution control policies. The management agency for the Sutami Reservoir is the ‘Perum Jasa Tirta 1’ (PJT 1). The institutional analysis applied is the Interpretative Structural Modeling (ISM) method, to find out which agencies are key elements/factors. There are eleven agencies analyzed. Agencies that are included in the ‘Dependent’ sector are the Water Resources Public Works Office, the Tourism and Culture Office, the Livestock and Animal Health Office, the Population Control and Family Planning Office, and the rice farmer groups. Institutions in the ‘Linkage’ sector are the Food Crops, Horticulture, and Plantations Office and the Industry and Trade Office. Institutions in the ‘Independent’ sector that play a key role are the Environment Office, the Fisheries Office, Balai Besar Wilayah Sungai Brantas, and the floating net cage fish farmer group. These four agencies are the key elements that have a big driving power so that more in-depth coordination needs to be carried out for the formulation of policies and regulations for water quality control.
Fault Estimation on Induction Motor Based on Stator Inter-Turn Fault Bambang Lelono Widjiantoro; Syahrul Munir; Katherin Indriawati
IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series No 6 (2020): 6th International Seminar on Science and Technology 2020 (ISST 2020)
Publisher : Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.12962/j23546026.y2020i6.11148


Since the 19th century, the use of electric motors continues to grow. Nowadays electric motors have been widely used in various fields of industry. One type of electric motor that is often used is an induction motor. Induction motors work in the presence of induced currents due to the relative difference in rotor rotation with rotating magnetic fields. Induction motors are preferred for industrial purposes because of low cost, easy to maintain, and high efficiency. Induction motors that are used continuously can experience several types of fault. The existence of fault can affect the performance of the induction motor. One of the fault that often occurs in induction motor is the result of stator inter-turn fault. This fault is caused by the gradual deterioration of insulation in the stator winding which cause a short-circuit. Sooner or later, this fault can cause damage to the induction motor in a short time if left unchecked. So, it is very important to monitor the fault in real-time. Therefore, this research proposes a fault estimation method on induction motor. The design of fault estimation based on particle filtering and extended state space equations is used to estimate the stator inter-turn fault. The effectiveness of this approach is validated by use of a computer simulation with using two fault signal represented by η_cc ramp and step signal. The performances of this fault estimation are measured by RMSE and with using 500 particles has smallest RMSE value, which are 0.0112 and 0.0124 for dq current fault when using η_cc ramp signal and 0.2373 and 0.2367 for dq current fault when using η_cc step signal.
The Effect of Flow Rate of Adsorption Pretreatment in Removing Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Based on the SEM-EDX Test Praditya S. Ardisty Sitogasa; Syahrul Munir; Euis Nurul Hidayah; Masterina Sufiati Farid
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 2nd International Conference Eco-Innovation in Science, Engineering, and Technology
Publisher : Future Science

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Adsorption is an accumulation of contact between gas or liquid molecules with a solid surface and some molecules attached to the surface. This study uses adsorption as a pretreatment of membrane processing. The adsorption process is affected by several factors, including the flow rate used in the adsorption process. This study aimed to determine the effect of water flow rate on the adsorption process in removing Total organic Carbon (TOC) using Calgon and Haycarb Adsorbent. The characteristics of the wastewater used are effluent of wastewater treatment from alcohol production that remains contains Total Organic Carbon (TOC). Variation of the flow rate used is 39 mL/minute, 29 mL/minute, and 23 mL/minute. The effect of flow rate on adsorption pretreatment in removing Total Organic Carbon (TOC) on Calgon adsorbent showed that 23 mL/minute was the most effective in reducing TOC values. On the other hand, using Haycarb absorbent on 23 mL/min flow rates was less effective in removing TOC values. The Haycarb adsorbent effectiveness is shown by the morphology of the initial and final results of EDX, where the adsorbent pore of Haycarb is not filled with absorbate.
Efforts to Improve the Batik Design Capability of the Babussalam Islamic Boarding School Jombang in the Middle of a Pandemic Kusuma Wardhani Mas’udah; Nur Aini Fauziyah; Euis Nurul Hidayah; Syahrul Munir
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings International Seminar of Research Month 2021
Publisher : Future Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2451


Islamic Boarding School throughout the history of the development of Indonesian society has played an important role, especially in the development of religious education. Currently, there is a phenomenon of the transformation of the role of Islamic Boarding School which focuses on the balance between religious knowledge and science. However, so far, capacity-building activities during the Covid-19 pandemic are considered ineffective. The batik design training program using CorelDraw software is implemented as a form of the OPOP program for the development of an Islamic Boarding School-based economy. The method of implementing this activity is by conducting training, implementation, mentoring, and networking. From the results of the field evaluation, the economic activities of the pesantren have received a very positive response from the students.
Utilization of Smoked Fish Processing Waste in Bulak Fish Center Surabaya as Fish Feed Raw Material Mohamad Mirwan; Firra Rosariawari; Syahrul Munir
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings International Seminar of Research Month 2021
Publisher : Future Science

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2022.2453


Fish processing waste management in the coastal area of ??Kenjeran Beach is very critical to the environment. The production process of smoked fish has also created various solid wastes in the form of offal, head, tail, and fish fins. In this case, the solid wastes produced were disposed of without any prior management thus it can cause environmental pollution to reduce the pollution, it is necessary to utilize it to minimize the pollution. Bulak Fish Center Surabaya has plenty of smoked fish retailers selling their catches. Waste management has not been carried out optimally because it was relatively expensive for retail scale traders, so there needs to be an alternative utilization of fish waste. Wastes generated from smoked fish have great potential to be used as raw material for fish feeds with a fairly high content of protein and lipids. In addition to protein and amino acid sources, fish waste also contains minerals and vitamins. Utilization of smoked fish waste such as innards in the form of digestive organs, heads, and tails of these fish can be used as fish pellets raw material. The knowledge about waste and how to utilize the waste as fish feed needs to be informed to the fish processing business owners and the community around the Bulak Fish Center Surabaya. This community service will provide basic knowledge, and counseling, and become a pioneer of fish feed production so that it can be applied as fish feed materials used for fish cultivation.