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Tibuana : Journal of Applied Industrial Engineering
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IMPROVEMENT OF WORK METHODS BASED ON MICROMOTION STUDY TO INCREASE TECHNICAL PRODUCTIVITY (Case Study at Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya Workshop): IMPROVEMENT OF WORK METHODS BASED ON MICROMOTION STUDY TO INCREASE TECHNICAL PRODUCTIVITY (Case Study at Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya Workshop) Yunia Dwie Nurcahyanie
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (61.099 KB) | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1583.1-5

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In the world of automotive innovation is not just about products, but services are also not less important always to be developed. Especially as it is today, people tend to like fast service but does not neglect the quality of the services provided. In this study using Micromotion Study, where technicians will be recorded every movement while using the old method of doing improvements to then be processed in order to generate new working methods that are more effective and efficient. Data retrieval is done by as much as 30 times on each experiment that is using the old methods and the new methods being used, the technicians then processed using computer software be Paired T-Test then the average productivity for the old method was 38.03 seconds/unit. Whereas with the new method have average 25.47 minutes/units, so that an increase in as much as 12.27 min/units or of 32.24%. With productivity increases, then the unit enters the vehicle servicing technicians are carried out can also be increased. So a new method that is already done in the workshop workable Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya to further accelerate the servicing work, and can increase the unit entry service.
IMPROVEMENT OF WORK METHODS BASED ON MICROMOTION STUDY TO INCREASE TECHNICAL PRODUCTIVITY (Case Study at Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya Workshop): IMPROVEMENT OF WORK METHODS BASED ON MICROMOTION STUDY TO INCREASE TECHNICAL PRODUCTIVITY (Case Study at Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya Workshop) Nurcahyanie, Yunia Dwie
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1583.1-5

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In the world of automotive innovation is not just about products, but services are also not less important always to be developed. Especially as it is today, people tend to like fast service but does not neglect the quality of the services provided. In this study using Micromotion Study, where technicians will be recorded every movement while using the old method of doing improvements to then be processed in order to generate new working methods that are more effective and efficient. Data retrieval is done by as much as 30 times on each experiment that is using the old methods and the new methods being used, the technicians then processed using computer software be Paired T-Test then the average productivity for the old method was 38.03 seconds/unit. Whereas with the new method have average 25.47 minutes/units, so that an increase in as much as 12.27 min/units or of 32.24%. With productivity increases, then the unit enters the vehicle servicing technicians are carried out can also be increased. So a new method that is already done in the workshop workable Nissan Ahmad Yani Surabaya to further accelerate the servicing work, and can increase the unit entry service.
DESIGN OF WOODWOOD MACHINERY USING ROUTER: DESIGN OF WOODWOOD MACHINERY USING ROUTER Rusdiyantoro Rusdiyantoro
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (456.645 KB) | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1584.6-14

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The art of carving or engraving ornament is the image with certain parts, usually concave, convex or flat, patterned and has a motive. Sculpture can be formed pictures on wood, acrylic, or other materials. In making this product a design researcher perform analysis or potential problems that occur with experiments in doing a good carving designs are done by hand or automatically The definition is a prototype assessment products through on eor more dimensions of concern. In the process of making utensils or equipment requires some work benchesare wont to do in the workshop in general. After the finished product made testing will be conducted experiments in order to know the performance of the products. Testing is carried out using a sample design engraving. The concept of design and manufacture of the products is a bigpart of engineering Activities. This activity starts with he obtained perceptions about human needs, which are then followed by the concept, then designing, developing and refining the product, ending with the manufacture of the product
DESIGN OF WOODWOOD MACHINERY USING ROUTER: DESIGN OF WOODWOOD MACHINERY USING ROUTER Rusdiyantoro, Rusdiyantoro
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1584.6-14

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The art of carving or engraving ornament is the image with certain parts, usually concave, convex or flat, patterned and has a motive. Sculpture can be formed pictures on wood, acrylic, or other materials. In making this product a design researcher perform analysis or potential problems that occur with experiments in doing a good carving designs are done by hand or automatically The definition is a prototype assessment products through on eor more dimensions of concern. In the process of making utensils or equipment requires some work benchesare wont to do in the workshop in general. After the finished product made testing will be conducted experiments in order to know the performance of the products. Testing is carried out using a sample design engraving. The concept of design and manufacture of the products is a bigpart of engineering Activities. This activity starts with he obtained perceptions about human needs, which are then followed by the concept, then designing, developing and refining the product, ending with the manufacture of the product
DESIGNING PRESS MACHINE CANNED SOFTDRINK TO REDUCE VOLUME WASTE OF CANNED SOFTDRINK: DESIGNING PRESS MACHINE CANNED SOFTDRINK TO REDUCE VOLUME WASTE OF CANNED SOFTDRINK Nushron Ali Mukhtar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (96.79 KB) | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1585.15-19

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Many processes in the industry originally done by humans, are now being replaced by machines that are driven automatically by simply giving commands / programs or just simple / semi-automatic buttons. This is intended for human energy efficiency and the effectiveness of completion time, due to the rapid progress of human resources (Human Resources) so that it is no longer possible to do the work manually with great energy.This Final Project aims to plan, manufacture, and test semi-automatic press machines for the purpose of automation of engine press. Methods in the design of this machine is the study of observation. From the design is done, generated a semi-automatic press machine, with the following specifications: Capacity of compressive strength with the power of pressing 150 kg. The electric motor used has a power of 0.5 PK and 1400 rpm rotation. Total cost for the manufacture of 1 unit of this machine is Rp 1.714.000, -.
DESIGNING PRESS MACHINE CANNED SOFTDRINK TO REDUCE VOLUME WASTE OF CANNED SOFTDRINK: DESIGNING PRESS MACHINE CANNED SOFTDRINK TO REDUCE VOLUME WASTE OF CANNED SOFTDRINK Mukhtar, Nushron Ali
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1585.15-19

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Many processes in the industry originally done by humans, are now being replaced by machines that are driven automatically by simply giving commands / programs or just simple / semi-automatic buttons. This is intended for human energy efficiency and the effectiveness of completion time, due to the rapid progress of human resources (Human Resources) so that it is no longer possible to do the work manually with great energy.This Final Project aims to plan, manufacture, and test semi-automatic press machines for the purpose of automation of engine press. Methods in the design of this machine is the study of observation. From the design is done, generated a semi-automatic press machine, with the following specifications: Capacity of compressive strength with the power of pressing 150 kg. The electric motor used has a power of 0.5 PK and 1400 rpm rotation. Total cost for the manufacture of 1 unit of this machine is Rp 1.714.000, -.
MEASUREMENT OF WORKING TIME IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS ”KERUPUK IKAN”IN GRESIK HOME INDUSTRY: MEASUREMENT OF WORKING TIME IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS ”KERUPUK IKAN”IN GRESIK HOME INDUSTRY Yitno Utomo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (157.697 KB) | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1586.20-23

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Measurement of time in the production process is necessary to know the length of time on each steps of making fish crackers. The timing is done directly using a stopwatch tool, with the aim of knowing the normal time, standard time, and cycle time as an improvement of production process time. In this study using descriptive method, which is one research method that describes the place of the process of production of fish crackers as appropriate. The result shows the time required in one production process is normal time 3986,12 minutes, standard time 4113,84 minutes, and cycle time get 2657,02 minutes.
MEASUREMENT OF WORKING TIME IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS ”KERUPUK IKAN”IN GRESIK HOME INDUSTRY: MEASUREMENT OF WORKING TIME IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS ”KERUPUK IKAN”IN GRESIK HOME INDUSTRY Utomo, Yitno
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1586.20-23

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Measurement of time in the production process is necessary to know the length of time on each steps of making fish crackers. The timing is done directly using a stopwatch tool, with the aim of knowing the normal time, standard time, and cycle time as an improvement of production process time. In this study using descriptive method, which is one research method that describes the place of the process of production of fish crackers as appropriate. The result shows the time required in one production process is normal time 3986,12 minutes, standard time 4113,84 minutes, and cycle time get 2657,02 minutes.
ANALYSIS OF LOSS WATER ON PIPE DISTRIBUTION ”NON REVENUE WATER (NRW)” NETWORK PDAM SURYA SEMBADA CITY OF SURABAYA WITH CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAM (CLD): ANALYSIS OF LOSS WATER ON PIPE DISTRIBUTION ”NON REVENUE WATER (NRW)” NETWORK PDAM SURYA SEMBADA CITY OF SURABAYA WITH CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAM (CLD) Yanatra Budi Pramana
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (173.545 KB) | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1587.24-33

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Water is an important supporting factor in humanlife. The problem of clean water in an area is managed by Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (PDAM) Surabaya. PDAM Surya Sembada as a water management company in Surabaya is expected to be able to distributethe needs of clean water, however, in the distribution network, sometimes experiencing problems that cause water is not fully channeled to the customer, to overcome this problem, the Causal Loop Diagram approach is used to identify the cause of the water loss,after knowing these factors, we have been made model with Causal Loop model,to calculate the water loss that occurred, in PDAM Surya Sembada Surabaya especially DMA 109 using Infrastructure Leakage Index (ILI) method. The Causal Loop Diagram approach, various causes of water loss include: physical water loss caused by reservoir leakage, transmission line leakage and distribution pipeline leakage; non physical water loss caused by meter fault, wild connection and water theft. Based on the data obtained, obtained NRW value at DMA 109 of 439.455.72 m3 / year or by 25% with a loss of 329.591.8 m3 / year. Service pipe leakage up to the customer meter is 1.757.822.8 m3 / year.
ANALYSIS OF LOSS WATER ON PIPE DISTRIBUTION ”NON REVENUE WATER (NRW)” NETWORK PDAM SURYA SEMBADA CITY OF SURABAYA WITH CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAM (CLD): ANALYSIS OF LOSS WATER ON PIPE DISTRIBUTION ”NON REVENUE WATER (NRW)” NETWORK PDAM SURYA SEMBADA CITY OF SURABAYA WITH CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAM (CLD) Pramana, Yanatra Budi
Tibuana Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Tibuana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36456/tibuana.1.1.1587.24-33

Abstract

Water is an important supporting factor in humanlife. The problem of clean water in an area is managed by Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum (PDAM) Surabaya. PDAM Surya Sembada as a water management company in Surabaya is expected to be able to distributethe needs of clean water, however, in the distribution network, sometimes experiencing problems that cause water is not fully channeled to the customer, to overcome this problem, the Causal Loop Diagram approach is used to identify the cause of the water loss,after knowing these factors, we have been made model with Causal Loop model,to calculate the water loss that occurred, in PDAM Surya Sembada Surabaya especially DMA 109 using Infrastructure Leakage Index (ILI) method. The Causal Loop Diagram approach, various causes of water loss include: physical water loss caused by reservoir leakage, transmission line leakage and distribution pipeline leakage; non physical water loss caused by meter fault, wild connection and water theft. Based on the data obtained, obtained NRW value at DMA 109 of 439.455.72 m3 / year or by 25% with a loss of 329.591.8 m3 / year. Service pipe leakage up to the customer meter is 1.757.822.8 m3 / year.

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