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Mechatronics, Electrical Power, and Vehicular Technology
ISSN : 20873379     EISSN : 20886985     DOI : -
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Mechatronics, Electrical Power, and Vehicular Technology (hence MEV) is a journal aims to be a leading peer-reviewed platform and an authoritative source of information. We publish original research papers, review articles and case studies focused on mechatronics, electrical power, and vehicular technology as well as related topics. All papers are peer-reviewed by at least two referees. MEV is published and imprinted by Research Center for Electrical Power and Mechatronics - Indonesian Institute of Sciences and managed to be issued twice in every volume. For every edition, the online edition is published earlier than the print edition.
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Appendix MEV Vol 2 No 2 Atmaja, Tinton Dwi
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 2, No 2 (2011)
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Appendix MEV Vol 8 Iss 1 Andriani, Dian
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 8, No 1 (2017)
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Maximum Power Point Tracking of Photovoltaic System for Traffic Light Application Muhida, Riza; Mohamad, Nor Hilmi; Legowo, Ari; Irawan, Rudi; Astuti, Winda
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 4, No 1 (2013)
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Photovoltaic traffic light system is a significant application of renewable energy source. The development of the system is an alternative effort of local authority to reduce expenditure for paying fees to power supplier which the power comes from conventional energy source. Since photovoltaic (PV) modules still have relatively low conversion efficiency, an alternative control of maximum power point tracking (MPPT) method is applied to the traffic light system. MPPT is intended to catch up the maximum power at daytime in order to charge the battery at the maximum rate in which the power from the battery is intended to be used at night time or cloudy day. MPPT is actually a DC-DC converter that can step up or down voltage in order to achieve the maximum power using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control. From experiment, we obtained the voltage of operation using MPPT is at 16.454 V, this value has error of 2.6%, if we compared with maximum power point voltage of PV module that is 16.9 V. Based on this result it can be said that this MPPT control works successfully to deliver the power from PV module to battery maximally.
Load characteristic analysis of a double-side internal coreless stator axial flux PMG Wirtayasa, Ketut; Irasari, Pudji; Kasim, Muhammad; Widiyanto, Puji; Hikmawan, Muhammad Fathul
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 10, No 1 (2019)
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The main issue of using a permanent magnet in electric machines is the presence of cogging torque. Several methods have been introduced to eliminate it, one of which is by employing a coreless stator. In this paper, the load characteristic analysis of the double-side internal coreless stator axial flux permanent magnet generator with the specification of 1 kW, 220 V, 50 Hz, 300 rpm and 1 phase is discussed. The purpose is to learn the effect of the load to the generator performance, particularly the output power, efficiency and voltage regulation. The design and analysis are conducted analytically and numerically with two types of simulated loads, pure resistive and resistive-inductive in series. Each type of load provides power factor 1 and 0.85 respectively. The simulation results show that when loaded with resistive load, the generator gives a better performance at the output power (1,241 W) and efficiency (91 %), whereas a better voltage regulator (5.86 %) is achieved when it is loaded with impedance. Since the difference in the value of each parameter being compared is relatively small, it can be concluded that the generator represents good performance in both loads.
Learning Efficiency of Consciousness System for Robot Using Artificial Neural Network Shoubaky, Osama; Sharari, Tala M.
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 5, No 2 (2014)
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This paper presents learning efficiency of a consciousness system for robot using artificial neural network. The proposed conscious system consists of reason system, feeling system and association system. The three systems are modeled using Module of Nerves for Advanced Dynamics (ModNAD). Artificial neural network of the type of supervised learning with the back propagation is used to train the ModNAD. The reason system imitates behaviour and represents self-condition and other-condition. The feeling system represents sensation and emotion. The association system represents behaviour of self and determines whether self is comfortable or not. A robot is asked to perform cognition and tasks using the consciousness system. Learning converges to about 0.01 within about 900 orders for imitation, pain, solitude and the association modules. It converges to about 0.01 within about 400 orders for the comfort and discomfort modules. It can be concluded that learning in the ModNAD completed after a relatively small number of times because the learning efficiency of the ModNAD artificial neural network is good. The results also show that each ModNAD has a function to imitate and cognize emotion. The consciousness system presented in this paper may be considered as a fundamental step for developing a robot having consciousness and feelings similar to humans.
Analisis Getaran pada Generator Magnet Permanen 1kW Hasil Rancang Bangun Pusat Penelitian Tenaga Listrik dan Mekatronik Irasari, Pudji; Nugraha, Aditya Sukma; Kasim, Muhammad
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
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Vibration in a generator is an important factor in detail of design. To know the behavior of the vibration, a test is performed using vibratiometer. The aim in writing this paper is to obtain reference classification of vibration that can be viewed on a standard IEC 34-14 and DIN EN 60034-14. In this paper the results of testing, the value of velocity and acceleration, will be measured analytically so asto create value that can be used to compare the value of the test results with the value from 34-14 IEC and DIN EN 60034-14 standards. 
Back Cover MEV Vol 6 Iss 2 Pikra, Ghalya
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 6, No 2 (2015)
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Increasing efficiency of a 33 MW OTEC in Indonesia using flat-plate solar collector for the seawater heater Setiawan, Iwan Rohman; Purnama, Irwan; Halim, Abdul
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 8, No 1 (2017)
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This paper presents a design concept of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) plant built in Mamuju, West Sulawesi, with 33 MWe and 7.1% of the power capacity and efficiency, respectively. The generated electrical power and the efficiency of OTEC plant are enhanced by a simulation of a number of derived formulas. Enhancement of efficiency is performed by increasing the temperature of the warm seawater toward the evaporator from 26ËšC up to 33.5ËšC using a flat-plate solar collector. The simulation results show that by increasing these a water temperature up to 33.5ËšC, the generated power will increase up to 144.155 MWe with the OTEC efficiency up to 9.54%, respectively. The required area of flat-plate solar collector to achieve the results is around 6.023 x 106 m2.
Analysis and Development of Walking Algorithm Kinematic Model for 5-Degree of Freedom Bipedal Robot Setiono, Gerald Wahyudi; Tanaya, Prianggada Indra; Hendradji, Henricus Riyanto
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 3, No 2 (2012)
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A design of walking diagram and the calculation of a bipedal robot have been developed. The bipedal robot was designed and constructed with several kinds of servo bracket for the legs, two feet and a hip. Each of the bipedal robot leg was 5-degrees of freedom, three pitches (hip joint, knee joint and ankle joint) and two rolls (hip joint and ankle joint). The walking algorithm of this bipedal robot was based on the triangle formulation of cosine law to get the angle value at each joint. The hip height, height of the swinging leg and the step distance are derived based on linear equation. This paper discussed the kinematic model analysis and the development of the walking diagram of the bipedal robot. Kinematics equations were derived, the joint angles were simulated and coded into Arduino board to be executed to the robot.
Enhancement of motionability based on segregation of states for holonomic soccer robot Dewantoro, Gunawan; Suprayudi, Anton; Santoso, Daniel
Journal of Mechatronics, Electrical Power and Vehicular Technology Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
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One of the critical issues when navigating wheeled robot is the ability to move effectively. Omnidirectional robots might overcome these nonholonomic constraints. However, the motion planning and travel speed of the movement has been in continuous research. This study proposed segregation of states to improve the holonomic motion system with omnidirectional wheels, which is specially designed for soccer robots. The system used five separate defined states in order to move toward all directions by means of speed variations of each wheel, yielding both linear and curved trajectories. The controller received some parameter values from the main controller to generate robot motion according to the game algorithm. The results show that the robot is able to move in an omnidirectional way with the maximum linear speed of 3.2 m/s. The average error of movement direction is 4.3°, and the average error of facing direction is 4.8°. The shortest average time for a robot to make a rotational motion is 2.84 seconds without any displacement from the pivot point. Also, the robot can dribble the ball forward and backward successfully. In addition, the robot can change its facing direction while carrying the ball with a ball shift of less than 15 cm for 5 seconds. The results shows that state segregations improve the robots capability to conduct many variations of motions, while the ball-handling system is helpful to prevent the ball gets disengaged from the robot grip so the robot can dribble accordingly.

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