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The Zero Waste Catfish Product Innovation as an Empowerment Strategy Accompanied by Bunda KoJa Community Around Operational Area of PT Pertamina (Persero) Integrated Terminal Jakarta Andri Akbar; Ryan Hendra; Anita Ervina; Rida Aini Rahmawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0501

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Rawa Badak Selatan is one of some villages in Koja Subdistrict, North Jakarta that dominated by toddler parents with a lack of knowledge and economic prosperity about food nutrition. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of PT. Pertamina Integrated Terminal Jakarta is carrying the SULE program as a strategy to empower toddlers mother by innovating catfish products, this program aims to increase productivity and improve the nutrition of toddlers. The data collecting method is descriptive and the implementation program was by the participatory method. The SULE programs include learning about catfish product innovation, management of catfish food production, and product marketing. The food product development also conducts the zero-waste production that provides more benefits, reduce waste handling activities, increasing productivity, overcome environment pollutant, and increase income and efficiency. Catfish product innovations from the catfish fillet are nuggets, shredded meat, and sticks. Catfish bones are processed into bone chips, tempeh chips, and fishbone biscuits. The SULE program had a positive impact because toddler mothers with bunda koja community could have additional income from catfish production and marketing. In the future, innovations of new catfish processed products will be developed into great socio-preneur that improve the economy of more other toddler mothers.
The Effect Addition of Winged Bean and Konjac Flour on the Quality of Instant Cassava-Corn Noodles Satrijo Saloko; Siska Cicillia; Siti Rakmah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0502

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This study aims to determine the effect of addition winged bean and konjac flour on the quality of instant corn noodles. The experimental design used was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with one factor. The factor which is done in the formulation of adding winged bean flour and konjac flour consisting of six treatments. The treatment was P (presentation of cornflour : mocaf: konjac flour : winged bean flour) included P1 (65% : 20% : 0% : 15%); P2 (65% : 20% : 3% : 12%); P3 (65% : 20% : 6% : 9%); P4 (65% : 20% :9% : 6%); P5 (65% : 20% : 12% : 3%) and P6 (65% : 20% : 15% : 0%). The measured parameters of noodle quality are water content, protein content, dietary fiber content, fat content, calcium content, color, cooking time, cooking loss, rehydration, and organoleptic quality including taste, aroma, and texture. The addition of winged bean flour and konjac flour gives a significantly different effect on Moisture content, protein content, dietary fiber content, fat content, Ca content, Zn content, color, cooking loss, cooking time, rehydration, hedonic aroma, and taste both hedonic and scoring. The best treatment was obtained in the treatment of P3 (9% winged bean flour: 6% konjac flour) with a water content of 4.50%; protein content 11.39%; dietary fiber content of 20.01%; fat content 2.74%; Calcium content 0.06%; Zink content 2,84 ppm; L value of 59.59 before brewing and 50.15% after brewing; °hue before brewing 76.11 and after brewing 77.93; cooking time 10.32 minutes; cooking loss 0.66% and rehydration 10.18 minutes.
An Investigation of the Influence of Changing Energy Volume Densities to Produce a Complete Process Parameter Window for Selective Laser Melting of Scalmalloy Celine Turangi; Florian Haslich; Tim Pasang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0503

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The scandium-zirconium modified aluminum alloy Scalmalloy is additively manufactured using Selective Laser Melting in the Renishaw AM 400 SLM machine. THE optimal SLM process parameter window concerning relative densities exceeding 99% was investigated. Scalmalloy powder was characterized concerning particle morphology, qualitative particle size distribution, and inner gas pores. Full available SLM laser power of Renishaw AM 400 SLM machine was applied to increase productivity as much as possible. Archimedes density method and metallographic cross-sections were used to determine relative densities, whereby all samples printed exceeded 99%. THE optimal SLM process parameter window for the laser power of 400W was found to be in the range of 40-110J/mm3 where scan speed is doubled compared to other literature using 200W, thus productivity is greatly increased. Microhardness testing was also performed on all samples and showed the successful suppression of Al3(Sc1-xZrx) precipitates, whereby subsequent age hardening may be performed post-process.
Observation of Canna lily for Phytotechnology in Constructed Wetland Ram Babu Pachwarya; Euis Nurul Hidayah; Rizka Novembrianto; Yuliatin Ali Syamsiah
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The application of sewage treatment in New Delhi should implement the treatment processes, which are easy to be operated and is not costly operational and avoid the complexity of the operating system of STP. The renewed interest in alternative onsite treatment technology by using a constructed wetland (CW). Canna lily, an ornamental plant that has an aesthetic value, is very suitable for an alternative plant for a constructed wetland. This study aims to observe the ability of canna lily for phytotechnology implementation in a constructed wetland. This study is known as a range-finding test (RFT), which served as a preliminary test. Observation is conducted by preparing variation concentration of wastewater; 25%; 50%; 75%; 100% and 0% as control, which was injected into the wetland. CW (60 cm long, 60 cm wide and 60 cm deep) contained gravel medium height 25 cm with a wastewater volume 3 L. Observation measured the height of the plant, the color of the leaf, and DO, and BOD concentration. The observation was conducted for about 25 days, in term of 15 days for range finding test and 10 days for acclimation. The results show that Canna lily could grow well, though it has some part of the withered leaf, reach height significantly, and indicated decreasing concentration of organic parameters. It is conjectured that Canna lily is very possible for a constructed wetland application.
Green Village Pertamina Integrated Terminal Surabaya: Strategy of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Towards the Sustainable development Goals (SDGs) Aulia Ulfah Farahdiba; Anis Yuzrin Qonita; Eddy Kurniawan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0505

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This study developed Corporate Social Responsible (CSR) to enhance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the Pertamina Integrated Terminal Surabaya program. The company needs to strengthen its engagement with nearby villagers, and alignment between CSR efforts and community needs. Influenced Suitable program must have been considering based on condition, community potential, and capability from each district. District Perak Utara and District Jagir Surabaya have become the green village at Surabaya. Data collection within the previous conditions and the program developed has been analyzed. Research recommends active engagement within the community in decision making at all stages of community development in each program that gives exclusive powers to traditional leaders or cadre.
Effect of Fly Ash Height in the Adsorption Column to Remove Phosphate in Laundry Wastewater Hafidya Norista Pramesti; Wisnu Setyabudi; Euis Nurul Hidayah; Okik Hendriyanto Cahyonugroho; Yayok Suryo Purnomo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0506

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Laundry wastewater is one of the contributors to domestic wastewater since laundry services have been increasing in urban living, especially in big cities. Laundry wastewater may contain phosphate compounds, and the concentration should be reduced before discharge into water bodies. One of the easiest and friendly methods for removing phosphate in laundry wastewater is by using the adsorption process. Adsorption is influenced by the adsorbent material, and fly ash has been implemented as adsorbent due to its high capacity to adsorb pollutants. This study aims to observe the effect of adsorbent height in the column and the effect of flow rate to treat phosphate in laundry wastewater. This study applied Thomas modeling to determine the model for fly ash capacity as adsorbent. The results showed that the highest flow rate, 15 mL/min, and the highest fly ash height 20 cm gave the optimum removal of phosphate, about 98.63-99.22%. Besides, Thomas model obtained the value of the linear regression coefficient of 0.5415.
Characteristics of Brown Rive var. Inpari 43 and Sonication Treatments for Extraction of Phenolic and Flavonoid Contents Hadi Munarko; Slamet Budijanto; Azis Boing Sitanggang; Feri Kusnandar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0507

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This study aimed to characterize brown rice grain var. Inpari 43 and evaluate the effect of sonication time on total phenolic and flavonoid content. The result showed that Inpari 43 is classified as medium and slender grain which contains about 12% of moisture content. Maceration method was suitable for brown rice flour extraction. It accumulated 65–70 mg GAE/100g and 13–18 mg QE/100g of total phenolic content and flavonoid content, respectively, during 10 to 30 minutes extraction. The pearson correlation analysis indicated a strong positive correlation between extraction time and phenolic and flavonoid content. In conclusion, maceration for 30 minutes accumulates the highest phenolic and flavonoid content in brown rice flour var. Inpari 43.
Analysis of Sea Surface Temperature and Its Correlation with Changes in Coastlines Using Landsat 8 Satellite Image Data (Case Study: Ujung Pangkah Gresik) Hendrata Wibisana; Zetta R. Kamandang; Siti Zainab
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0508

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Changes in the coastline are a natural phenomenon that often occurs on various coasts where this event has a further effect in the form of sedimentation and erosion along the coast. As a result of this phenomenon, the coast is said to be dynamic towards the various changes that occur, and one of them is the change in sea surface temperature. The purpose of this research is to find a correlation of changes in sea surface temperature to changes in the existing shoreline on the coast of Ujung Pangkah Gresik in addition to calculating the speed of change of the coastline. The method used is the use of remote sensing technology to analyze sea surface temperature and geographic information systems to analyze changes in coastlines. The results obtained from this study are changes in sea surface temperature statistically affect changes in coastlines with an error rate of 5% at the 20 measured observation points. The model used in sea surface temperature is a linear model with an R-value of 0.783, and the change in the coastline at Ujung Pangkah Gresik is 153 meters per year measured between 2019 and 2020. The conclusion obtained from this study is that the increase in sea surface temperature will affect climate change on the coast and will ultimately affect changes in the coastline.
Optimization of Biscuit from Pedada Fruit and Purple Sweet Potato Flour Jariyah; Ulya Sarofa; Nurul Absyah Wahyuningtyas
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0509

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Biscuits are foods made from wheat flour with the addition of other food ingredients. It is made through the process of heating and printing. The characteristics of biscuits are generally determined by their crisp texture. One of its ingredients is Pedada fruit flour (PFF) which has high dietary fiber content. It serves as a complement when added to purple sweet potato (PSP) flour with a high source of anthocyanin and antioxidants. The purpose of this study is to optimize the effect of the proportion between PFF and PSP flour on product quality. The research method used was the Response Surface Methodology (RSM) code. The experimental level values were: +1,414(17.5:100); +1(15:95); 0(10:90); -1(5:85); and -1,414(2.5:80). Furthermore, the research designs between PSP flour to PFF were: (85:5); (95:5); (85:15); (95:15); (90:10); (90:10); (90:10); (90:10); (90:10); (90:2.5); (90:17.5); (80:10); and (100: 10). The data obtained were analyzed using the Expert Design 10.0 analysis. The results showed that the best treatment was in the proportion of PFF to PSP flour having a value of (90:10). This produced biscuits with criteria of: 6.18% of moisture; 2.63% of ash; 0.87% of fat; 3.26% of protein; 2.15% of crude fiber; 1.65% of antioxidant; breaking strength 7.43N; color L*34.0; color a*17.4; and color b*10.8. The optimum solution table obtained was level 2.5, and 99.88 for PFF and PSP flour respectively.
FTIR Analysis of MgO/TiO2 Nanocomposite on Adsorption of Remazol Turquoise Blue Dye Muhammad Abdus Salam Jawwad; Restu Hikmah Ayu Murti; Ya-Fen Wang; Sheng-Jie You
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.11594/nstp.2020.0510

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A magnesium oxide and titanium (II) oxide nanocomposite, MgO/TiO2 was synthesized to improve its surface area thus its adsorption capability may be risen. The synthesis was applying sol-gel method, combining MgO and TiO2 nanoparticles with NaOH becomes a nanocomposite with higher surface area. Characterization using FTIR were carried out. The expectation of using MgO/TiO2 compared with TiO2 and MgO alone is it may react faster on an adsorption trial with remazol turquoise blue dye, and the TiO2 may give its photocatalysis ability to the synthesized material. The FTIR analysis results show that the MgO and TiO2 are successfully combined become MgO/TiO2 nanocomposite. On adsorbing remazol blue, MgO/TiO2’s surface is chemically influenced by the dye’s C=O and amides group.

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