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Total Received Papers: 449 | Total Accepted Papers: 93

Total Rejected Papers: 356 Acceptance Rate: 20.71%

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Volume-8 Issue-4S, February 2019, ISSN: 2278-3075 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication

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Authors:

Dewi Purnama Sari, Nur Ali, M. Asad Abdurrahman

Paper Title:

A Model Study of the Routine Maintenance of Primary Arterial Roads in Makassar City

Abstract: Road maintenance here is the activity of maintaining, repairing, adding or replacing existing physical buildings so that their functions can still be maintained or improved for a longer time.The growth of road length which tends to be constant from year to year also causes the level of saturation of several main roads in Makassar City to increase.In this work, the authors have conducted a model study of the Routine Maintenance of Primary Arterial Roads in Makassar City. This work was focused on primary arterial roads in the city of Makassar consisting of 12 roads. In this study, data analysis was performed using analysis regression. Key result showed that the wide road variable and road average daily traffic / ADT affect the magnitude of the routine maintenance budget for the following year.

Keywords: ADT, Road maintenance, Routine maintenance, Regression analysis.

References:

  1. Fan, S., & Chan-Kang, C. (2005). Road development, economic growth, and poverty reduction in China(Vol. 12). Intl Food Policy Res Inst.
  2. Mabogunje, A. (2015). The development process: A spatial perspective. Routledge
  3. Saodang, H. (2004). KonstruksiJalan Raya. Bandung: Penerbit Nova.
  4. Lucas, K. (2011). Making the connections between transport disadvantage and the social exclusion of low income populations in the Tshwane Region of South Africa. Journal of Transport Geography19(6), 1320-1334.
  5. PresidenRepublik Indonesia. 2004. Undang-Undang RI No.38 Tahun 2004 TentangJalan. Jakarta
  6. Schnebele, E., Tanyu, B. F., Cervone, G., & Waters, N. (2015). Review of remote sensing methodologies for pavement management and assessment. European Transport Research Review7(2), 7.
  7. Langevin, A. (2016, December). Quantitative approaches for road maintenance. In Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on Information and Communication Technology(pp. 6-6). ACM.
  8. Siswanto, H., Pranoto, P., Prihatditya, R. P., &Rahmawati, Y. (2017, November). Identification of District Road Deterioration and Maintenance Type Using PermenPU NO. 13/PRT/M/2011 and SK NO. 77/KPTS/DB/1990 (Case Study in District Of Malang and Tulungagung). In Prosiding SENTRA (Seminar TeknologidanRekayasa)(No. 3).
  9. Fellows, R. F., & Liu, A. M. (2015). Research methods for construction. John Wiley & Sons
  10. Harrison, F., & Lock, D. (2017). Advanced project management: a structured approach. Routledge.

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Authors:

Ria Rezki Ramadhani Bahar, Sumarni Hamid Aly, Arwin Amiruddin

Paper Title:

Relationship Analysis of Road Facilities to Motorbike Emissions for CO and CO2 Parameters in Arterial Road Section in Makassar City

Abstract: Makassar is the capital of South Sulawesi province which serves as a center of trade, services, transportation and industry activities, making the city of Makassar a city with a large density that causes air pollution. This study aims to describe the characteristics of emission quantity to the distance traveled in the arterial road of Makassar City. This research was conducted in 4 arterial road segments in Makassar city with road type 2/1 UD, 4/1 UD, 4/2 D, and 6/2 UD at peak time period. The required data are the characteristics of motorcycle emissions, mileage and travel time, as well as road facilities. Measurement of light vehicle emissions using Gas Analyzer Portable Measurement System connected to vehicle exhaust tool in mobile condition Measurement data analysis using Microsoft Office Excel. The analysis is done by interpolating the data of motorcycle emission distribution to cumulative data of vehicle emission frequency, so it can be seen in the speed change segmentation which is done by visually observing the formed graph. The result of the research shows that there is a change visually to the relationship between mileage, travel time and emission quantity as well as the difference of variance level of distribution of motorcycle emission and emission average value every time interval of the test between track, time period and road type.

Keywords: Air pollution, Air quality, Gas analyzer, Vehicle emissions.

References:

  1. Costanza, R., Fisher, B., Ali, S., Beer, C., Bond, L., Boumans, R., ... & Gayer, D. E. (2007). Quality of life: An approach integrating opportunities, human needs, and subjective well-being. Ecological economics61(2-3), 267-276.
  2. Monks, P. S., Granier, C., Fuzzi, S., Stohl, A., Williams, M. L., Akimoto, H., ... & Blake, N. (2009). Atmospheric composition change–global and regional air quality. Atmospheric environment43(33), 5268-5350.
  1. Greyson, J. C. (1990). Carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur pollutants and their determination in air and water. CRC Press.
  2. Baukal Jr, C. E. (Ed.). (2003). Industrial combustion pollution and control. CRC Press
  3. Mishra, Pramod Chandra. Fundamentals of air and water pollution. APH Publishing, 2008.
  4. Koren, H., & Bisesi, M. S. (2016). Handbook of Environmental Health, Volume II: Pollutant Interactions in Air, Water, and Soil. CRC Press.
  5. Chandrappa, R., & Kulshrestha, U. C. (2015). Sustainable air pollution management: theory and practice. Springer.
  6. Sharma, B. K. (2014). Environmental chemistry. Krishna Prakashan Media.
  7. Pye, K. (2015). Aeolian dust and dust deposits. Elsevier.
  8. Goudie, A. S. (2018). Human impact on the natural environment. John Wiley & Sons.
  9. Hinds, J., & Sparks, P. (2011). The affective quality of human-natural environment relationships. Evolutionary Psychology9(3), 147470491100900314.
  10. Joewono, T. B., & Kubota, H. (2007). User satisfaction with paratransit in competition with motorization in indonesia: anticipation of future implications. Transportation34(3), 337-354.

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Authors:

Femilia Pabimbin Salle, Sumarni Hamid Aly, Muhammad Isran Ramli

Paper Title:

Performance Analysis of Signalized Intersection Jl. Haji Bau-Jl. Penghibur-Jl. Rajawaliin Makassar

Abstract: The imbalance b etween the growths of the number of vehicles with road capacities makes this condition create traffic especially at the junction area to become the traffic crosses into the peak hour. This study was conducted on the unsignalized intersection Jalan Haji Bau-JalanPenghibur-JalanRajawali and this work focused on forming simulation model parameters, intersection performance characteristics, and optimizing intersections. This research was conducted at the intersection of Jalan Haji Bau-JalanPenghibur-JalanRajawali during working time which started at 06.00-18.00 Wita. This study requires data of vehicle characteristics and road geometric. Survey method used for volume measurement and for speed measurement using speed gun. The analytical method used to calculate the traffic performance of the intersection in this study is the approach of the Vissim-based traffic micro-simulation model to calculate the intersection performance by calibration using GEH Test on vehicle volume parameters and then validating the length of the vehicle queue using Chi-Square test. Based on the simulation result that the calibration parameter of each time period is the same and different like the vehicle safe distance parameter, the queue length and delay value at Jalan Haji Bau, Jalan, Penghibur, and JalanRajawali are 138.78 m and 40 sec; 19.46m and 19 sec; 53.52 m and 18.95 sec. Furthermore, traffic engineering efforts conducted with 2 types of alternative changes to a signal intersection where in this study the first alternative condition is considered to produce better intersection performance than the existing conditions and the second alternative.

Keywords: Chi-Square test, GEH, Signalized intersection, Simulation, Traffic. 

References:

  1. Small, K. A., Winston, C., & Evans, C. A. (2012). Road work: A new highway pricing and investment policy. Brookings Institution Press.
  2. Lefèvre, S., Laugier, C., &Ibañez-Guzmán, J. (2012, June). Risk assessment at road intersections: Comparing intention and expectation. In Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), 2012 IEEE(pp. 165-171). IEEE.
  3. Roncoli, C., Papageorgiou, M., &Papamichail, I. (2015). Traffic flow optimisation in presence of vehicle automation and communication systems–Part II: Optimal control for multi-lane motorways.  Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies57, 260-275.
  4. Guler, S. I., Menendez, M., & Meier, L. (2014). Using connected vehicle technology to improve the efficiency of intersections.  Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies46, 121-131.
  5. Anderson, M. L. (2014). Subways, strikes, and slowdowns: The impacts of public transit on traffic congestion. American Economic Review104(9), 2763-96.
  6. Litman, T. (2016). Smart congestion relief: Comprehensive analysis of traffic congestion costs and congestion reduction benefits.
  7. Wang, S., Djahel, S., Zhang, Z., &McManis, J. (2016). Next road rerouting: A multiagent system for mitigating unexpected urban traffic congestion. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems17(10), 2888-2899.
  8. Mahmassani, H. S., &Saberi, M. (2013). Urban network gridlock: Theory, characteristics, and dynamics. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences80, 79-98.
  9. Surya, B. (2016). The processes analysis of urbanization, spatial articulation, social change and social capital difference in the dynamics of new town development in the fringe area of Makassar City (case study: In Metro TanjungBunga Area, Makassar City). Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences227, 216-231.
  10. Daraba, D., Cahaya, A., Guntur, M., &Akib, H. (2018). Strategy of Governance in Transportation Policy Implementation: Case Study of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Program in Makassar City. Academy of Strategic Management Journal.

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Authors:

Altafakur La Ode, Lawalenna Samang, Isran Ramli

Paper Title:

Analysis of the Priority of the Improvement of the Provincial Road Status in Mamminasata Region at South Sulawesi Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process

Abstract: This research aimed to determine the priority in the improvement of the road status based on the technical criteria as the determination basis of the improvement of the road status in Makassar City. This research used the Expert Choice 9 software with three criteria, namely the speed, the volume capacity ratio and the rising pull which had passed the cut off process. The selection of the respondents in AHP was carried out with the interviews through questionnaires with 21 people in the government institution called the Highway Construction and Maintenance Service of South Sulawesi Province. The research result indicated that in Makassar city, the roads given priority were Hertasning Road (32%), Aroepala Road (31%), Paccerekkang Road (17%),Kapasa Raya Road (12%), and Panampu Road (8%). The priority for the status improvement of road sections in Makassar city tended to be on the seizures and pull criteria rather than volume capacity ratio and speeds.

Keywords: Expert Choice 9 software, Road status.

References:

  1. SanaeiNejad, S. H. (2006, March). Using GIS for Priority Assessment of Road construction in Kermanshah Province. In Map Middle East 2006.
  2. Student, D., Lantai, G. L. I., TAMIN, O. Z., SJAFRUDDIN, A., & SANTOSO, I. (2005). Determination Priority Of Road Improvement Alternatives Based On Region Optimization Case Study: Bandung City Indonesia. In Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies(Vol. 5, pp. 1040-1049).
  3. COMPARES, T. F. (2003). Measuring transportation: traffic, mobility and accessibility. ITE journal, 73(10), 28-52.
  4. Suryadinata, L., Arifin, E. N., &Ananta, A. (2003). Indonesia's population: Ethnicity and religion in a changing political landscape(No. 1). Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
  5. Hill, H., Resosudarmo, B. P., &Vidyattama*, Y. (2008). Indonesia's changing economic geography. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 44(3), 407-435.
  6. Giap, T. K., Nurina, M., &Mulya, A. (2015). 2014 Annual Competitiveness Analysis and Development Strategies for Indonesian Provinces. World Scientific.
  7. Firman, T. (2016). Demographic patterns of Indonesia’s urbanization, 2000–2010: continuity and change at the macro level. In Contemporary demographic transformations in China, India and Indonesia(pp. 255-269). Springer, Cham.
  8. Salusu, J., Tahir, H., &Makkulau, A. (2015). DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR URBAN AREAS MAMMINASATA IN SOUTH SULAWESI. International Journal of Academic Research, 7.
  9. Ibrahim, M. A. (2016). The State-Centric Model of Transportation Policy in Mamminasata Areas, South Sulawesi.  Bisnis & Birokrasi, 23(1), 55.
  10. Pratiwi, F. R., Khusaini, M., &Susilo, S. (2016). Shift Sector Analysis of Economy in Mamminasata Region. International Journal of Social and Local Economic Governance, 2(2), 103-108.

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Authors:

Irwan Ridwan Rahim, Suharman Hamzah, Irmawaty

Paper Title:

Construction Material Waste Management on Building Development Projects in Makassar City

Abstract: To overcome the problems caused by material waste, a method is needed to minimize the emergence of material waste, so that the implementation of a project can increase profits in terms of time, cost and environmental quality improvement. Thus, in this work, construction material waste management on building development projects in Makassar city was done. The objective of this work is to analyze the type of waste material that is dominant in building projects, analyze the dominant factors that cause waste material to occur in building projects, analyze ways to minimize waste material and handle waste material in building projects. Results showed that for construction of a building project in Makassar for consumable materials, volume of iron, light brick and ceramics occupy the highest order with a volume of around 6-10%.

Keywords: Building development, Construction, Material waste, Waste management.

References:

  1. Grimsey, D., & Lewis, M. (2007). Public private partnerships: The worldwide revolution in infrastructure provision and project finance. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  2. Brunner, P. H., &Rechberger, H. (2016). Handbook of material flow analysis: For environmental, resource, and waste engineers. CRC press.
  3. Ervianto, W. I. (2004). TeoriAplikasiManajemenProyekKonstruksi. Andi Yogyakarta.
  1. Oko John, A., & Emmanuel Itodo, D. (2013). Professionals’ views of material wastage on construction sites and cost overruns. Organization, technology & management in construction: an international journal5(1), 747-757.
  2. Intan, S., Alifen, R. S., &Arijanto, L. S. (2005). ANALISA DAN EVALUASI SISA MATERIAL KONSTRUKSI SUMBER PENYEBAB KUANTITAS DAN BIAYA. Civil Engineering Dimension7(1), 36-45.
  3. Nagapan, S., Rahman, I. A., Asmi, A., Memon, A. H., &Zin, R. M. (2012). Identifying causes of construction waste–case of Central Region of Peninsula Malaysia. International Journal of Integrated Engineering, 4(2).
  1. Yeheyis, M., Hewage, K., Alam, M. S., Eskicioglu, C., &Sadiq, R. (2013). An overview of construction and demolition waste management in Canada: a lifecycle analysis approach to sustainability. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy15(1), 81-91.
  2. Hoornweg, D., &Bhada-Tata, P. (2012). What a waste: a global review of solid waste management.
  3. Shen, L. Y., Tam, V. W. Y., Tam, C. M., & Ho, S. (2000). Material wastage in construction activities—a Hong Kong survey. In Proceedings of the first CIB-W107 international conference—creating a sustainable construction industry in developing countries(pp. 125-31).
  4. Hanafi, J., Kristina, H. J., Jobiliong, E., Christiani, A., Halim, A. V., Santoso, D., &Melini, E. (2011). The prospects of managing WEEE in Indonesia. In Glocalized Solutions for Sustainability in Manufacturing(pp. 492-496). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  5. Willar, D. (2012). Improving quality management system implementation in Indonesian construction companies(Doctoral dissertation, Queensland University of Technology).
  6. Swasto, D. F. (2018). Vertical Living Opportunities and Challenges for Low-income People in Southeast Asia Case of Indonesia. KnE Social Sciences3(5), 130-147.

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Authors:

Aria Syamsu Rizal, M. Isran Ramli, Mubassirang Pasra

Paper Title:

Model Selection of Seller Travel Modeat Traditional Market in Makassar City

Abstract: The large number of sellers in traditional markets will result in a significant amount of movement and traffic volume around the market. Based on this, the authors consider that it is necessary to analyze the model of traditional market seller travel mode in the traditional markets. The traditional markets that are the target of the research are the NiagaDaya Market, Terong, Panampu, Maricaya and Pa'baeng-baeng. These markets are used as objects of research because they represent the other markets. The time of the research was carried out in the market operating hours in the morning until evening (7.30-16.00) for 7 days. The key results have shown that, respondents adhere to the three modes of transport (motorcycles, public transportation and cars). The average probability value for the overall mode selection of traditional markets is for shop owner respondents who have a tendency to choose motorbike mode of 83.65%, 14.96% for choosing car mode and 1.39% for choosing public transportation mode.

Keywords: Seller travel, Traditional markets, Traffic volume, Transport. 

References:

  1. Rushton, A., Croucher, P., & Baker, P. (2014). The handbook of logistics and distribution management: Understanding the supply chain. Kogan Page Publishers.
  2. Carmona, M., Heath, T., Oc, T., &Tiesdell, S. (2012). Public places-Urban spaces. Routledge.
  3. Phillips, D. L. (2014). Looking backward: A critical appraisal of communitarian thought(Vol. 269). Princeton University Press.
  4. St-Louis, E., Manaugh, K., van Lierop, D., & El-Geneidy, A. (2014). The happy commuter: a comparison of commuter satisfaction across modes. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour26, 160-170.
  5. Beirão, G., & Cabral, J. S. (2007). Understanding attitudes towards public transport and private car: A qualitative study. Transport policy14(6), 478-489.
  6. Redman, L., Friman, M., Gärling, T., &Hartig, T. (2013). Quality attributes of public transport that attract car users: A research review. Transport Policy25, 119-127.
  7. Button, K. (2010). Transport economics. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  8. Hoornweg, D., &Bhada-Tata, P. (2012). What a waste: a global review of solid waste management.
  9. Travisi, C. M., Camagni, R., &Nijkamp, P. (2010). Impacts of urban sprawl and commuting: a modelling study for Italy. Journal of Transport Geography18(3), 382-392.
  10. Aragon, L. V. (2013). Development strategies, religious relations, and communal violence in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia: A cautionary tale. In Development strategies, identities, and conflict in Asia(pp. 153-182). Palgrave Macmillan, New York.
  11. Vickers, A. (2013). A history of modern Indonesia. Cambridge University Press.
  12. Razdan, R., Das, M., &Sohoni, A. (2013). The evolving Indonesian consumer. McKinsey & Company.

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Authors:

Sumartini, Lawalenna Samang, Muhammad IsranRamli

Paper Title:

Structure Modelling of Traffic Movement at Housing Area in Makassar

Abstract: Modelling of traffic movement at housing area represent the important model in transportation planning, because of housing area has potency as awaken of big traffic movement, so it is very encumbering of road that make congestion and traffic jam in road way. This research has aimed to determine factors that influence of traffic movement and set the structural model traffic movement at housing area. The area of this research is located in BumiTamalanreaPermai (BTP) Makassar. Variable that predict as the influenced at the movement such as accessibility, infrastructure and trip characteristic. Data are gotten by questionnaire and interview with respondent. Data is analyzed with Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). The result of the research is the factors that make traffic movement are amount of family (0.72), amount of working family member (0.50), and income (0.44). The structure modeling that set in this housing area is infrastructure that give directly influence but not significant with accessibility (0.03), trip characteristic don’t have directly influence with accessibility, buth have directly influence and significant with movement (0.25), and accessibility have influence with movement (0.60).

Keywords: Modelling SEM, Traffic movement, Transportation.

References:

  1. Cohen, B. (2006). Urbanization in developing countries: Current trends, future projections, and key challenges for sustainability. Technology in society28(1-2), 63-80.
  2. Rodrigue, J. P., Comtois, C., & Slack, B. (2009). The geography of transport systems. Routledge.
  3. Watson, V. (2009). Seeing from the South: Refocusing urban planning on the globe’s central urban issues. Urban Studies46(11), 2259-2275.
  4. Falk, N. (2011). Masterplanning and infrastructure in new communities in Europe. Urban Design in the Real Estate Development Process, 34-53.
  5. Balsas, C. J. (2003). Sustainable transportation planning on college campuses. Transport Policy10(1), 35-49.
  6. Turner, S. (2013). Indonesia's small entrepreneurs: Trading on the margins. Routledge.
  7. Jensen, O. B. (2009). Flows of meaning, cultures of movements–urban mobility as meaningful everyday life practice. Mobilities4(1), 139-158.
  8. Amekudzi, A. A., Banerjee, T., Barringer, J., Cmapbell, S., Contant, C. K., Doyle, J. L. H., ...& Florida, R. (2012). Megaregions: Planning for global competitiveness. Island Press.
  9. Washington, S. P., Karlaftis, M. G., & Mannering, F. (2010). Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis. Chapman and Hall/CRC.
  10. Urry, J. (2016). Mobilities: new perspectives on transport and society. Routledge.
  11. Abdullah, S. (2016). Social Conflict Management through Multicultural Approach and Policy in Preventing and Overcoming the Social Disintegration. TAWARIKH5(2).
  12. Sugiyono, W. E. (2001). Statistikapenelitiandanaplikasinyadengan SPSS 10.0 for Windows. Bandung: Alfabeta.
  13. Bartholomew, D. J., Steele, F., Galbraith, J., &Moustaki, I. (2008). Analysis of multivariate social science data. Chapman and Hall/CRC.

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Authors:

Rahmadi, Mary Selintung, M. Isran Ramli

Paper Title:

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Study Plan for the Development of Monorail in Makassar City Based on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)

Abstract: Air contamination has turned into a difficult issue in huge urban communities on the planet. Urban air contamination has affects human wellbeing. The city of Makassar as a center for the development of strategic areas in eastern Indonesia are tends to experience rapid growth in various fields including the transportation sector as a support for community activities which are very important at this time. Thus in this work, assessment of the impact of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) quantities resulting from the implementation of the development plan and operation of the Makassar City Monorail with the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) method was done. Findings showed that, for the implementation of monorail operations, there will be a reduction in CO2 emissions resulting from the transfer of transport modes. In pre-construction that has the impact of heavy equipment mobilization and labor mobilization, the preparatory work also results in CO2 impacts.

Keywords: Carbon Dioxide, Life Cycle Assessment, Transportation.

References:

  1. Brunekreef, B., & Holgate, S. T. (2002). Air pollution and health. The lancet360(9341), 1233-1242
  2. Tzoulas, K., Korpela, K., Venn, S., Yli-Pelkonen, V., Kaźmierczak, A., Niemela, J., & James, P. (2007). Promoting ecosystem and human health in urban areas using Green Infrastructure: A literature review. Landscape and urban planning81(3), 167-178.
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  2. Santosa, S. J., Okuda, T., & Tanaka, S. (2008). Air pollution and urban air quality management in Indonesia. CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water36(5‐6), 466-475.
  3. Tambunan, T. (2008). SME development, economic growth, and government intervention in a developing country: The Indonesian story. Journal of international entrepreneurship6(4), 147-167.
  4. Hustim, M. R., &Isran, M. (2013). The vehicle speed distribution on heterogeneous traffic: Space mean speed analysis of light vehicles and motorcycles in makassar-indonesia. In Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies(Vol. 9, pp. 599-610).
  5. Aly, S. H., &Ramli, M. I. (2013). Running Vehicle Emission Factors of Passenger Cars in Makassar, Indonesia. In Proceeding of the 10th Conference of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies(Vol. 9).

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Authors:

Megawati, Rosmariani Arifuddin, M. Asad Abdurahman

Paper Title:

Study of Influential Factors in Applying Occupational Health and Safety Management System on Construction Project (Case Study: Vida View Makassar Apartment)

Abstract: Construction project is mostly reliable and troubled to accidents due to its requirement for heavy equipment. Thus, the any process of it shall meet with the safety regulations. Judging from that, it is necessary to carry out an analysis to acknowledge the most influence factors on the implementation of Occupational Health and Safety Management System at construction works, which in this case at Vida View Apartment Makassar. The required data consist of primary data that can be obtained directly through some questionnaires, the secondary data which is the location of the construction project. The method used for this research is SEM (Structural Equation Modeling) method by calculating the measurement of the outer model, inner model measurement by using SmartPLS application, and descriptive analysis. From this research, it can be obtained the relation between Occupational safety and health organization and the behavior and safety are as high as 3,148 and 0,152, operational to behavior and safety relation are as high as 2,371 and 0,417, regulation to behavior and safety are 2,250 and 0,204, commitment and Occupational safety and health policy to behavior and safety are as high as 2,115 and 2,367. These can be seen for the relation value < 1,96 which shows an insignificant effect.

Keywords: Construction project, Occupational Health, Safety, SEM.

References:

  1. Jafari, Y., Othman, J., &Nor, A. H. S. M. (2012). Energy consumption, economic growth and environmental pollutants in Indonesia. Journal of Policy Modeling34(6), 879-889.
  2. Pinto, A., Nunes, I. L., &Ribeiro, R. A. (2011). Occupational risk assessment in construction industry–Overview and reflection. Safety science49(5), 616-624.
  3. Hughes, P., &Ferrett, E. (2011). Introduction to health and safety at work: The handbook for the NEBOSH national general certificate. Routledge.
  4. Manning, C., &Roesad, K. (2007). The Manpower Law of 2003 and its implementing regulations: Genesis, key articles and potential impact. Bulletin of Indonesian Economical Studies43(1), 59-86.
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  9. Reason, J. (2016). Managing the risks of organizational accidents. Routledge.
  10. Christina, W. Y., Djakfar, L., &Thoyib, A. (2012).PengaruhBudaya KeselamatandanKesehatanKerja (K3) terhadapkinerjaproyekkonstruksiRekayasaSipil6(1), 83-95.
  1. Hanafi, J., Kristina, H. J., Jobiliong, E., Christiani, A., Halim, A. V., Santoso, D., &Melini, E. (2011). The prospects of managing WEEE in Indonesia. In Glocalized Solutions for Sustainability in Manufacturing (pp. 492-496). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  2. Willar, D. (2012). Improving quality management system implementation in Indonesian construction companies(Doctoral dissertation, Queensland University of Technology).
  3. Swasto, D. F. (2018). Vertical Living Opportunities and Challenges for Low-income People in Southeast Asia Case of Indonesia. KnE Social Sciences3(5), 130-147.

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Authors:

Irwan Ridwan Rahim, Suharman Hamzah, Irmawaty

Paper Title:

Study of Passenger Vehicle Time Value and Public Transport in Takalar District Based on Legit Model

Abstract: The role of public transport is very important in serving urban transportation and makes it easy for people to carry out their activities in all different locations and spread in urban areas. Takalar Regency as one of the existing districts d South Sulawesi Province became one of the centers of activity government, trade, education and socio-culture. In this work, the characteristics of private transport users and public transport in Takalar Regency were analyzed. In this study the method used in retrieval the data is the Stated Preference method. The results showed that distribution of respondents who used public transport modes as many as 113 people with a composition of 17.70% male and 82.30% female. There is a difference in the value of time between users of private transport such as cars and public transportation due to users.

Keywords: Public transport, Time value, Urban areas.

References:

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  2. Rodrigue, J. P., Comtois, C., & Slack, B. (2009). The geography of transport systems. Routledge.
  3. Pucher, J., Peng, Z. R., Mittal, N., Zhu, Y., &Korattyswaroopam, N. (2007). Urban transport trends and policies in China and India: impacts of rapid economic growth. Transport reviews27(4), 379-410.
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  5. Beirão, G., & Cabral, J. S. (2007). Understanding attitudes towards public transport and private car: A qualitative study. Transport policy14(6), 478-489.
  6. Winaryo, D. E. (2002). PENAKSIRAN NILAI WAKTU UNTUK PENUMPANG KENDARAAN PRIBADI DI KOTA SEMARANG (StudiKasus Jalan Majapahit—JalanSimpang Lima)(Doctoral dissertation,  program Pascasarjana Universitas Diponegoro).
  7. Lyons, G., &Urry, J. (2005). Travel time use in the information age. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice39(2-3), 257-276.
  8. Vuchic, V. R. (2017). Urban transit: operations, planning, and economics. John Wiley & Sons.
  9. Aulia, D. N., & Ismail, A. M. (2013). Residential satisfaction of middle income population: Medan city. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences105, 674-683.
  10. Maulana, H. I., Budiarto, W. C., Sulistio, H., &Kusumaningrum, R. (2014). Pengembangan Model PemilihanModaAntaraKendaraanPribadi Dan Bus Trans Malang DenganMenggunakanMetode Stated Prerfernce (StudiKasusPada Kota Malang).  Jurnal Mahasiswa Jurusan TeknikSipil1(3), pp-956.
  11. Rahman, Z. (2017). Analysis of the effect of economic growth toward the center of the overflow area and hinterlend in determining nodal centre of new growth on the area of Mamminasata in South Sulawesi. Analysis2(1), 68-76.

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Authors:

Rosmariani Arifuddin, Rusdi Usman Latif, Muhammad Harly Kalma

Paper Title:

Analysis the Cost Components of the Implementation SMK3 in Building Projects in the City of Makassar

Abstract: Implementation SMK3 of a project greatly affect against the performance of a construction company, then budgeting for the SMK3 implementation very important to notice. This study aims to identify the cost components of K3 and analysing the costs allocated by construction companies in the city of Makassar. This research was conducted in the city of Makassar by taking several building construction projects in Makassar as observation sample. The method used is the questionnaire analysis and archives analysis, which consists of 30 people who work in the safety department. The data analysis of the questionnaire was executed using SPSS. The archives analysis has done by comparing multiple archives of RAB K3 from several building projects in the city of Makassar. This study had identified 14 dominant cost components of K3 that significantly influence the performance improvement of Occupational Health and Safety (K3) in high rise building construction projects in the city of Makassar.

Keywords: Construction project, Construction, Cost components, SMK3.

References:

  1. M. Rahman, L. Bobadilla, A. Mostafavi, T. Carmenate and S. A. Zanlongo, "An Automated Methodology for Worker Path Generation and Safety Assessment in Construction Projects," in IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 479-491, April 2018.
  2. L. Amicucci and M. T. Settino, "Accidents with injuries or death during non-electrical work activities near overhead power lines," 2017 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2017 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe), Milan, 2017, pp. 1-6.
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  8. Eckert, "Occupational hazards of the safety engineer," 2011 IEEE Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering Proceedings, San Diego, CA, 2011, pp. 1-6.
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Authors:

Megatri Serang, Rusdi Usman Latif, M. Asad Abdurrahman

Paper Title:

Comparative and Analysis of Top Down and Bottom Up Construction Methods

Abstract: Basement construction is done sequentially from the bottom to the top and this method known as bottom-up construction method. The work began on the foundation work, excavation work then furthered to the manufacture of columns, beams and plates are constantly up to the roof. Top-down construction method for basement construction is another innovations approach rather than bottom up method. Howard Johnson Hotel with 18th floors located in the middle of large city is considered in this study. The main contractor of the Howard Johnson Hotel project decided to apply top-down construction method for the 2 levels of basement. This study compares the construction methods of bottom-up and top-down in terms of time difference. The comparative analysis result indicated that the time requires for top-down construction method is 49 days less than the bottom-up construction method.

Keywords: Bottom up, Top down, Construction method

References:

  1. Suwarno, Perencanaan Basement GedungParkirApartementSkyland City Education Park – Bandung, Prosiding Seminar Nasional V TeknikSipil 2015, Seminar NasionalTeknikSipil V Tahun 2015 – UMS ISSN : 2459-9727 S-40
  2. Wong, Raymond WM. "-The construction of deep and complex basements under extremely difficult urban environment—3 representing projects in Hong Kong." Advances in Building Technology. 713-721.
  3. Tao, Q. Shuwen and F. Guangxiu, "Innovative Design of Key Nodes in Construction of Top-Down Construction," 2015 8th International Conference on Intelligent Computation Technology and Automation (ICICTA), Nanchang, 2015, pp. 490-493.
  4. Ling, "Application of new Top-Down method in deep foundation," 2011 International Conference on Consumer Electronics, Communications and Networks (CECNet),XianNing, 2011, pp. 2970-2973.
  5. li Li, Chuang-hui Yuan, Jian Wu, "Key Design Points of Out-hung Hall Structure of China Art Gallery Station Constructed by Cut-and-cover Top-down Method[J]", Tunnel Construction, vol. 12, pp. 1022-1028, 2013.
  6. FirtiPrawidiawati, CahyonoBintangNurcahyo, JurnalTeknik ITS, 4, No. 1, (2015) ISSN: 2337-3539 (2301-9271 Print)

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Authors:

Algifar, Muhammad Isran Ramli, Arifin Lipoeto

Paper Title:

Micro-Simulation Analysis of Traffic on Underpass Processing Plan at the Intersection of Mandai in Makassar

Abstract: The rapid growth of population in Makassar City directly increases the vehicles on road and causing traffic congestion. The intersection of Mandai in Makassar City experience heavy traffic flow condition and Mandai Underpass is developed. This study simulates and analyzes the condition of traffic flow at the Mandai intersection using the Mikro-Simulasi technique which is Vissim software program. The peak hour season of traffic flow is considered in this study which is morning (07.00–08.00), afternoon (12.00–13.00) and evening (16.00–17.00). The calibration and validation process of the simulation model using the volume and length of the queue of vehicles in the field and GEH Test analysis (Geoffrey E. Havers). The simulation model was successfully demonstrated and results pass the Chi-square test. The result show that, Frontage Toll Road DR. Ir. Sutami has the longer queue length in morning about 342.45m, while Makassar-Maros Axis Road has the longer queue length in afternoon and evening which is 503.49m and 602.69m respectively.

Keywords: GEH test, Vissim simulation, Traffic flow, Underpass

References:

  1. (Permendagri No.56-2015), Kodedan Data Wilayah AdministrasiPemerintahan, Ditjen PUM Kemendagri, Indonesia.
  2. Kurniawan, Tri Yari (2017) PertumbuhanKendaraan di Makassar Rata-rata 7 PersenTiapTahun. Available from: https://www.wartaekonomi.co.id/read127322/pertumbuhan-kendaraan-di-makassar-ratarata-7-persen-tiap-tahun.html [Accessed 12 Mei 2017].
  1. Pindarwati and A. W. Wijayanto, "Measuring performance level of smart transportation system in big cities of Indonesia comparative study: Jakarta, Bandung, Medan, Surabaya, and Makassar," 2015 International Conference on Information Technology Systems and Innovation (ICITSI), Bandung, 2015, pp. 1-6.
  2. Juniardi, Yulipriyono, E. danBasuki, K.H., 2010, AnalisisArusLalulintas di SimpangTak Bersinyal (Studi Kasus Simpang Timohodan Simpang Tunjung Kota Yogyakarta), Jurnal Media Komunikasi TeknikSipil, Tahun 18, Nomor 1, pp. 1-12
  1. QiushiXu, Zhenshuai Jing, Qianfeng Su and Xiaoping Ding, "Research on evaluation of selecting the projects between pedestrian underpass with pedestrian overcrossing," 2011 International Conference on Remote Sensing, Environment and Transportation Engineering, Nanjing, 2011, pp. 2393-2395.
  2. Gao and S. Sun, "Multi-link traffic flow forecasting using neural networks," 2010 Sixth International Conference on Natural Computation, Yantai, 2010, pp. 398-401.

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Authors:

Agung Tahta Hidayatullah, Farouk Maricar, Rita Tahir Lopa

Paper Title:

Analysis of Bolifar River Flood Protection in East Seram Regency, Indonesia

Abstract: Flood is a natural phenomenon that is destructive, both in terms of material and loss of life. Floods can come from overflowing rivers. One of the rivers that often experience a flood is the Bolifar River located in Maluku Province, Indonesia. This study aims to determine the flood discharge, water level and determine the dimension of the embankment as one of the efforts of flood control. The topography measurement of the Bolifar River is conducted, then obtaining rainfall data, watershed characteristics, and soil mechanics examination. The flood discharge is calculated with Hidrograf Unit Synthetic (HSS) Nakayasu method. The return period Q2Tahun = 341,446 m³ / sec, return period Q5Tahun = 433,956 m³ / sec, return period Q10Tahun = 486,583 m³ / sec, and return period Q20Tahun = 521,211 m³ / sec and with hydraulic calculations resulted in a flood water level of 2.6 meters from the river bed. From the calculation result, the dimension of embankment with h = 2.5 meters, width of the embankment = 4 meters, and the slope ratio of 1: 1.5 where the embankment is planned to be stable against bolsters, stable to the soil support force and the slop stability is quite safe.

Keywords: Embankment, Flood control, HSS, Rainfall, Topography measurement

References:

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  2. Kodoatie, Robert J., dkk. 2002. BANJIR. PustakaPelajar : Yogyakarta.
  3. Pauliková and O. Železník, "Multicriterial analysis of factors considering intensity and extent of floods," Proceedings of the 2014 15th International Carpathian Control Conference (ICCC), VelkeKarlovice, 2014, pp. 418-423.
  4. Yingchun, "Quantitative research of urban flood-protection project to the added value of real estate: Based on Intervel-valued instuitionistic fuzzy sets theory," 2011 International Conference on Consumer Electronics, Communications and Networks (CECNet), XianNing, 2011, pp. 5142-5147.
  5. Zhang Hongbo, Shi Jianjun, Xin Chen and Gao Fan, "Variation trends analysis and its ecological impact of sediment discharge in the mainstream of the Yellow River," 2011 International Symposium on Water Resource and Environmental Protection, Xi'an, 2011, pp. 1124-1127.
  6. Sen Du, "Hydrological analysis of urban flood control planning," 2012 International Symposium on Geomatics for Integrated Water Resource Management, Lanzhou, 2012, pp. 1-4.
  7. Liu Tao, Zhang Zijian, ZongXianguo, "Influence of sediment from Yellow River on aquatic ecosystems of rivers in Lubei Plain", Journal of China Hydrology, vol. 28, pp. 77-79, 2008.
  8. N L Poff, J D Allan, M A Palmer et al., "River flows and water wars: emerging science for environmental decision making", Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol. 1, pp. 298-306, 2003.

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Authors:

A.R. Djamaluddin, A. Arsyad, Hilman Tauhik

Paper Title:

Analysis of Soil Response to Earthquakes in the City of Makassar Using EERA Software with Walanae Fault Earthquake

Abstract: The response spectrum model for buildings in Makassar is determined by conducting location-specific analysis using a linear quadratic approach of non-linear response techniques. Typical stratigraphy of sedimentary soil in Makassar is collected and categorized as model 1: sand on sand 12 m, and model 2: 10 m clay on clay. The DSHA is carried out by considering two seismic sources that affect the city, involving Walanae Fault Mw 7.53 with a distance of 89.64 km and Makassar Thrust Mw 7.46 with a distance of 149.41 km. Spectral readings were performed where the actual time history obtained from shallow turbid earthquakes with similar seismic characteristics was adjusted according to the target response spectrum obtained from DSHA. A suitable time history is then used as a ground motion input with a PGA target of 0.253 g into the equivalent linear estimate of the nonlinear response using EERA. From the data obtained that seismic pressure on the soil is more related to the depth of soil than the elasticity of the soil. The deeper soil sediments, the greater pressure and strain produced will be propagated. The maximum spectral acceleration of model 1 was found in the range of 1.24 g in the period of 0.21 s to the period of 0.22 s. In model 2 has a smaller spectral acceleration compared to Model 1 which is 0.63 g in the period of 0.68 s.

Keywords: DSHA, Earthquake, EERA software, PGA

References:

  1. Edelani, A. R. Barakbah, T. Harsono and A. Sudarsono, "Association analysis of earthquake distribution in Indonesia for spatial risk mapping," 2017 International Electronics Symposium on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing (IES-KCIC), Surabaya, 2017, pp. 231-238.
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  3. Veri and T. Y. Wah, "Earthquake Prediction Based on the Pattern of Points Seismic Motion," 2012 International Conference on Advanced Computer Science Applications and Technologies (ACSAT), Kuala Lumpur, 2012, pp. 209-212.
  4. E. Sulistiawati, A. R. Barakbah, T. Harsono, Y. Setyowati, "Earthquake Density Measurement Using Automatic Clustering", The 3-rd Indonesian-Japanese Conference on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing (KCIC) 2014, March 25–26, 2014.
  5. Yuen A. David, J. K. Benjamin, F. B. Evan, W. Dzwinel, A. G. Zachary, R. S. Cesar, "Clustering and Visualization of Earthquake Data in a Grid View", Visual GeoScience, 2015.
  6. Zhang, Z. Jiang and X. Cheng, "Detection of crustal deformation induced by earthquake and volcanic activities in Java, Indonesia," 2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Vancouver, BC, 2011, pp. 2200-2203.
  7. V. Isabella, L. Sampebatu and I. Albarda, "Analysis of earthquake magnitude level based on data Twitter with decision tree algorithm," 2017 International Conference on Information Technology Systems and Innovation (ICITSI), Bandung, 2017, pp. 73-76.
  8. Fariza, N. P. Abhimata and J. A. NurHasim, "Earthquake disaster risk map in east Java, Indonesia, using analytical hierarchy process — Natural break classification," 2016 International Conference on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing (KCIC), Manado, 2016, pp. 141-147.
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  10. N. Shodiq, D. H. Kusuma, M. G. Rifqi, A. R. Barakbah and T. Harsono, "Spatial analisys of magnitude distribution for earthquake prediction using neural network based on automatic clustering in Indonesia," 2017 International Electronics Symposium on Knowledge Creation and Intelligent Computing (IES-KCIC), Surabaya, 2017, pp. 246-251.
  11. Miura, F. Yamazaki and M. Matsuoka, "Identification of Damaged Areas due to the 2006 Central Java, Indonesia Earthquake Using Satellite Optical Images," 2007 Urban Remote Sensing Joint Event, Paris, 2007, pp. 1-5.
  12. Setyawan, N. Hakim,"Penyusunanpetarisikobencanagempabumiskalamikroberdasarkankerusakanbangunan", Faculty of Geography Gajah Mada University Yogyakarta Indonesia, 2012.
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Authors:

Mukhsan Putra Hatta, Farouk Maricar, Arham Samauna

Paper Title:

Identification of Potential Surface Water Sources Using Digital Elevation Model in District of North Buton

Abstract: District of North Buton is a dry area with low rainfall and the region is immeasurable. Therefore, the use of spatial data from scientific research institutions (NASA and BIG) can be done as an alternative to analyze the potential of surface water sources in North Buton District. The purpose of this research is to identify the location of surface water resource in the District of North Buton, so that it can be known whether the location of the catchment area and the amount of discharge. The method used in this study is simulated using open source software-based Geographic Information System (GIS). Based on the catchment area, rainfall distribution value and runoff coefficient value, the mean annual discharge can be determine which is a potential source of surface water. This research resulted in the potential for surface water sources North Buton is a potential point 1 to point potential Catchment 32 with the highest discharge value is 15.1222 m³ / sec (Catchment potential point 10) and the lowest discharge value is 0.525 m³ / sec (Catchment potential point 29).

Keywords: Geographic Information System (GIS), Surface water resource

References:

  1. Liu Yan and He Yi, "Study on optimal allocation of irrigation water sources to restore groundwater in Jinghui Irrigation District," 2011 International Symposium on Water Resource and Environmental Protection, Xi'an, 2011, pp. 78-81.
  2. Jun Pan, Lijuan Wang, Li Xu and Xin Yang, "Optimal allocation of water resources based on water environment security in Shenbei region, Liaoning," 2011 International Symposium on Water Resource and Environmental Protection, Xi'an, 2011, pp. 562-565.
  3. Dong, Z. Shi, H. Su, Y. Liu and W. Zhang, "Simulation on the relationship between land use/land cover and the surface runoff in Songhuaba water source region," 2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Vancouver, BC, 2011, pp. 3362-3365.
  4. Luo, Y. Xu and F. Zhou, "Research on the integration of data warehouse, virtual reality and geographical information system in water resources management," Proceedings 2011 IEEE International Conference on Spatial Data Mining and Geographical Knowledge Services, Fuzhou, 2011, pp. 497-500.
  5. Y. Liu, "Studies on integration of GIS-platforms in Zhejiang Provincial water conservancy management information system", Journal of Zhejiang University (Science Edition), vol. 28, pp. 204-210, 2001.
  6. F. Wang, G. D. Cheng, Y. G. Gao, A. H. Long, Z. M. Xu et al., "Optimal water resource allocation in arid and semi-arid areas", Water Resources Management, vol. 22, pp. 239-258, 2008.
  7. F. Wang, H. Y. Chen, Z. Y. Wang, P. Z. Shi, J. L. Wu, "Decision support system for regional development and water resources coordination", Progress in Geography, vol. 19, pp. 9-16, 2000.
  8. Setiawan, EkaWahyu 2014. IdentifikasiPotensiSumber Air PermukaanDenganMenggunakan DEM (Digital Elevation Model) Di KabupatenLembataProvinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur. JurnalPenelitianVolume 01 Nomor 02.
  9. Wicaksono, Satrio 2014. IdentifikasiPotensiSumber Air PermukaanDenganMenggunakan DEM (Digital Elevation Model) Di Sub Das KontoHulu– Kabupaten Malang. JurnalSumberDayaAlamdanLingkungan.

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Authors:

Irwan Ridwan Rahim, Mary Selintung, Riski Saputra

Paper Title:

Study of Biogas Energy Potential from Pig Waste of Pelambian Hamlet, Salusopai Village, North Toraja District

Abstract:  National energy sources still rely on non-renewable fossil-based raw materials, so new breakthroughs are needed to develop renewable energy such as biogas. This study was carried out in Pelambian Hamlet. Salusopai Village. North Toraja Regency with the aims to analyze the potential and benefits of biogas energy development from pig waste and formulate its development strategy in Pelambian Hamlet. Data collection was carried out through questionnaires to the residents of Pelambian Hamlet. Salusopai Village to find out the information of livestock and energy needs. The development of biogas energy can used to replace the fossil fuels and the substitution of LPG energy into biogas has benefits the economic ad environment which reduces the impact of pollution from pig waste and produces fertilizer from waste that has gone through the fermentation process. The calculation of biogas energy potential is based on the dry matter content of pig manure. The obtained result demonstrated the biogas energy potential is 9.17 m3/day or equivalent to 4.22 kg LPG/day. The strategy to develop biogas energy from pig waste is to build biogas installations, optimize the use of slurry as fertilizer, build concrete fixed-dome digesters, optimize existing pigs, maximize absorption of DAK in accordance with existing regulations, conduct socialization and training in making biogas installations, making and strengthening a group of pig farmers in Pelambian Hamlet.

Keywords: Biogas Energy, Fixed-dome digesters, Pig Waste, Renewable energy

References:

  1. Wahyuni, Sri. 2013. Biogas: EnergiAlternatifpengganti BBM, Gas danListrik. Jakarta Selatan. AgromediaPustaka. Indonesia.
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  3. Morin, B. Marcos, C. Moresoli, C. B. Laflamme, "Economic and environmental assessment on the energetic valorization of organic material for a municipality in Quebec, Canada", Applied Energy 87 (2010) 275-283.
  4. Khelidj, B. Abderezzak and A. Kellaci, "Biogas production potential in Algeria: Waste to energy opportunities," 2012 International Conference on Renewable Energies for Developing Countries (REDEC), Beirut, 2012, pp. 1-5.
  5. Sulistyo, S. Syamsiah, D. A. Herawati and A. A. Wibawa, "Biogas production from traditional market waste to generate renewable energy," 2012 7th International Forum on Strategic Technology (IFOST), Tomsk, 2012, pp. 1-4.
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  9. Simeon, TorbiraMtamabari. 2009. Techno-Economic Analysis of a Model Biogas Plant for Agricultural Applications; a Case Study of the Concordia Farms Limited, Nonwa, Tai, Rivers State. Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Nigeria.
  10. Tran Minh Tien, Pham Xuan Mai, Nguyen Dinh Hung and Huynh Thanh Cong, "A study on power generation system using biogas generated from the waste of pig farm," International Forum on Strategic Technology 2010, Ulsan, 2010, pp. 203-207.
  11. Herawati, Tati. 2012. RefleksiSosialdariMitigasiEmisi Gas RumahKacapadaSektorPeternakan di Indonesia. Wartazoa. Volume 22, No.1.
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Authors:

Delviyana Sariri, Muralia Hustim, Mubassirang Pasra

Paper Title:

Micro-Simulation of Traffic at the 3-Way Junction with PTV VISSIM Software (Jalan A.P. Pettarani-Jalan Boulevard-JalanPelita Raya)

Abstract: This study aims to determine the traffic performance at 3-way junction of Jalan A.P. Pettarani- Jalan Boulevard- JalanPelita Raya. The study conducted a survey to obtain the geometric data and vehicle volume and then analyzed using PTV Vissim software which refers to the calibration process and validation of the simulation model using the volume and length of queues of vehicles in the field. The calibration was carried out by trial and error by considering the driver's behavior follow by the GEH Test on the vehicle volume. The simulation result was validated by Chi-Square Test on the length of the vehicle queue. Furthermore, traffic engineering is conducted with optimization of phase time and cycle time whereby optimization with increasing the cycle time from 105 seconds to 120 seconds demonstrated better traffic performance than the existing traffic performance.

Keywords: GEH Test, PTV Vissim software, Traffic simulation 

References:

  1. SUN Chao, XU Jian-min. Research on City Intersection Improvement and Optimization Based on VISSIM[J].Guangdong GongLu Jiao Tong, 2010,(3):15-21.
  2. Nicholas E.Lownes, Randy B.Machemehl. Sensitivity of Simulated Capacity to Modification of VISSIM Driver Behavior Parameters. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1988, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington,D.C., 2006:102-110.
  3. M. Ejercito, K. G. E. Nebrija, R. P. Feria and L. L. Lara-Figueroa, "Traffic simulation software review," 2017 8th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems & Applications (IISA), Larnaca, 2017, pp. 1-4.
  4. Chen, X. Zhang and G. P. Liu, "Simulation and Visualization of Empirical Traffic Models Using VISSIM," 2007 IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control, London, 2007, pp. 879-882.
  5. Du and D. Sun, "Research on the arterial coordination control of road intersections in port areas based on vissim simulation," 2018 Chinese Control And Decision Conference (CCDC), Shenyang, 2018, pp. 5744-5747.
  6. Bede, B. Németh and P. Gáspár, "Simulation-based analysis of mixed traffic flow using VISSIM environment," 2017 IEEE 15th International Symposium on Applied Machine Intelligence and Informatics (SAMI),Herl'any, 2017, pp. 000347-000352.
  7. Yuehui Yang, Yao Lu, LiminJia, Yong Qin and Honghui Dong, "Optimized simulation on the intersection traffic control and organization based on combined application of simulation softwares," 2012 24th Chinese Control and Decision Conference (CCDC), Taiyuan, 2012, pp. 3787-3792.
  8. Yulianto, Budi danSetiono. 2013. KalibrasidanValidasi Mixed Traffic Vissim Model. Surakarta :UniversitasSebelasMaret.
  9. Putri, NurjannahHaryanti. 2015. Mikrosimulasi Mixed Traffic padaSimpangBersinyaldenganPerangkatLunakVissim (StudiKasus: SimpangTugu, Yogyakarta). Yogyakarta: UniversitasGadjahMada.

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Authors:

Ika Putri Hendriyani, Sakti Adji Adjisasmita, Achmad Faisal Aboe

Paper Title:

Analysis of Apron Pavement Thickness in Central Airport Based On the Amount and Type of Aircraft

Abstract: Sentani Airport is one of the airports that became a liaison between districts in Papua. Growth that occurs annually makes Sentani airport gets busier. Analysis of the rigid pavement apron of Sentani airport was done with the aim to determine the thickness of pavement layers at airports. The method used is a method of planning the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). The first step to consider is the value of CBR (California Bearing Ratio) subgrade, the determination of the value of the modulus of subgrade, selecting the best plan, maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of the aircraft, the load of the aircraft wheels (w2), departure corrected (R2), the load of the aircraft wheels plans (w1) and annual equivalent flight departures plan (R1). This pavement analysis using aircraft Boeing plans 737-900ER. Based on the data obtained from the value of aircraft MTOW plan, the quality of concrete, modulus of subgrade and the value of R1 were plotted on a curve to obtain the FAA pavement thickness. The results of this study showed that the best plan for the 737-900ER required a pavement thickness of 61 cm by 41 cm layer of concrete slab and 20 cm subbase layer.

Keywords: pavement, apron, aircraft, airport, Sentani Airport

References:

  1. D. Horonjeff, Y. Kimural, N.P. Robert & C.F. Rossano, Aircraft Management Studies. Acoustic Data Collected at Grand Canyon, Haleakala and Hawaii Volcanoes National Parks (1993).
  2. Kazda and B. Caves, Airport Design and Operation 127 (2017).
  3. Bethary, Pradana and Basidik43, 105 (2015).
  4. I. Sarsam,International Journal of Transportation Engineering and Traffic System IJTETS2(1), 1 (2016).
  5. Triwibowo, JurnalGradasiTeknikSipil 1, 70 (2014)
  6. Udara, D. J. P. Keputusan Direkturjenderalperhubungan UdaraNomor SKEP. 161/IX/03 tentangpetunjukpelaksanaanperencanaan /perancanganLandasanPacu, Taxiway, Apronpada Bandar Udara.
  1. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).Advisory Circular (AC) AC/150/5320-10F Standart for Specifying Contruction of Airport. Washington DC : US Departement Of Transportation (2009).

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Authors:

Wulandari Alwinda Puspasari , M. Isran Ramli, S. A. Adisasmita

Paper Title:

The Tariff System of Informal Public Transportation in Urban Areas

Abstract: Ojek transportation or motorcycle taxi represents the alternative public transportation dominating Mamuju city. This research is aimed to investigate the characteristics of ojek transportation, analyse the tariff determining factors, tariff determination based on the vehicle operational cost (VOC), Ability to pay (ATP) and willingness to pay (WTP). The research used the data obtained form the Transportation Ministry, house budget hold and perception method. The collected data were analyzed using the multiple linear regression. The research result indicated that VOC is Rp 1,224,593.28/year, tariff based on ATP is Rp. 4.357, 566/trip and tariff based on WTP is Rp. 4011, 909/trip. The tariff will increase or decrease in line with changes of X variables which affect.

Keywords: ATP, Ojek Transportation, Tariff, VOC, WTP

References:

  1. Perhubungan, K. (2009).
  2. Indonesia, R. (2014).
  3. F. Saffan and M. Rizki, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 158, 012024 (2018).
  4. PAU IlmuTeknikUniversitas Gajah Mada. (2009).
  5. Edison, B, JurnalAplikasiTeknikSipil 8, 1 (2014).
  6. Dewanti, D. Achmad and P. Danang, Journal of Society for Transportation and Traffic Studies (JSTS) 3, 42 (2012).
  7. Siregar, JurnalEkbis 16, 12 (2007).
  8. DepartemenPerhubungan R.I DirektoratJenderalPerhubunganDarat. (2002).
  9. Aviasti, A., IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series 3, (2014).
  10. Panjaitan, I. F. JurnalTeknikSipil USU, 2(3), (2013)
  11. BPS KabupatenMamuju, MamujuDalamAngka 2017. Mamuju: BPS (2017)
  12. Walpole, Myers, &Ye K.Probabilistic structural mechanics handbook: theory and industrial applications. (2007).

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Authors:

Maria Triselia Guhar, Muhammad Saleh Pallu, Mukhsan Putra Hatta

Paper Title:

Study of Mathematical Model Application in Analysis of Tello River Flood

Abstract: River is a natural element that was instrumental in shaping the pattern of life of a community. For example, in the city of Makassar, one of the essential rivers is the river Tello. However, in addition to many benefits, often also causing disasters, namely floods. One way to cope with floods in this area are studying the phenomenon and the vulnerability of flood conditions in watersheds using hydrologic approach through flood search method known as kinematic Muskingum method. Results from this study are expected to provide an alternative solution with the optimal treatment approach the river hydrological conditions of Tello River. This research was conducted by processing rainfall data at three stations along the stream to get the value of flood discharge. Then proceed with processing the flood discharge plan with the inflow into the Muskingum method to get the value of the outflow. Segments of the river reviewed so far is 20 km and by dividing the share of the river as many as 5 segments with 4 km each. The value of x is determined between 0.1 to 0.3 and a K value of between 0.16 to 0.57. These values are used to calculate get the flood outflow of each segment of the river.

Keywords: shaping, hydrological, Muskingum method

References:

  1. Lai, X. Chen, X. Chen, Z. Wang, X. Wu, and S. Zhao, Natural Hazards 77, 1243 (2015).
  2. S.F.M. Noor, L.M. Sidek, H. Basri, M.M.M. Husni, A.S. Jaafar, M.H. Kamaluddin, W H A W A Majid, A.H. Mohammad, and S. Osman, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 32, 012023 (2016).
  3. H.H. San and M.M. Khin, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Genetic and Evolutionary Computing 435 (2015).

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Authors:

Muhammad Arsyad Thaha, Rita Tahir Lopa, Muhammad Syahril

Paper Title:

Study of Wave Dissipation Relationships with Large Volume Overtopping

Abstract: A lot of researches have been conducted to develop effective wave-retaining beach structures that can minimize wave energy and deliver positive benefits. Waves also generate energy that can be used. Now ocean waves have been used as energy sources for electricity generation. The purpose and objective of this research is to consider the development of energy generation breakwater technology, to identify the parameters that affect the magnitude of the dissipation wave in the tilting wave energy catcher, and to determine the effect of freeboard height (Rc) and the slope of the test model (θ) on tilt wave energy catcher for its large stability overtopping wave volume. In accordance with experiments conducted in the laboratory using a test model, the test results showed that the parameters that affect the magnitude of wave overtopping in hypotenuse breakwaters are wave period (T), incoming wave height (Hi), freeboard height (Rc), and the front side slope of the structure (tan).

Keywords: Dissipation, Overtopping wave, Wave energy, breakwater

References:

  1. Mehrangiz, Y. Emami, S.H.S. Sadigh, and A. Etemadi, International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy 2, 289 (2013).
  2. F.D.O. Falcão, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14, 899 (2010).
  3. P. Kofoed, Wave Overtopping of Marine Structures Utilization of Wave Ene, thesis, 2002.
  4. Mehlum, in Hydrodynamics of Ocean Wave-Energy Utilization (Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1986), pp. 51–55.
  5. Margheritini, D. Vicinanza, and P. Frigaard, Renewable Energy 34, 1371 (2009).
  6. Contestabile, F. Vincenzo, E.D. Lauro, and D. Vicinanza, Coastal Engineering Proceedings 1, 12 (2016).
  7. Ünsalan, Scientific Bulletin of Naval Academy 19, 304 (2016).
  8. F. Ahmad, M.A. Musa, A.Y. Maliki, O. Yaakob, K. Samo, and M.Z. Ibrahim, Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 9, 417 (2016).
  9. Troch, J. Mollaert, S. Peelman, L. Victor, J.V.D. Meer, D. Gallach-Sánchez, and A. Kortenhaus, Coastal Engineering Proceedings 1, 2 (2014).
  10. Liu, Z. Han, H. Shi, and W. Yang, International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 10, 651 (2017).

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Authors:

Mulyono, Rosmariani Arifuddin, Suharman Hamzah

Paper Title:

Study on Monitoring and Evaluation Policy of OSHA Implementation in Construction in Makassar

Abstract: This study aims to determine the policy and management commitment to occupational, safety and health administration (OSHA) and know the description OSHA application in an attempt to minimize occupational accidents, as well as measuring the level of monitoring and evaluation of policy implementation both in norms, standards, guidelines and criteria on the construction project of high-rise buildings in the city of Makassar. The required data included primary data obtained directly by means of a questionnaire survey directed to the construction project, and secondary data is data and the location of the construction project in the city of Makassar obtained from any building construction project in the city of Makassar. The collected data are analyzed using SPSS and the univariate descriptive data is presented in the form of a frequency distribution table. From the results of the research, the level of application of OSHA in the Apartment Vida View construction project was 99.31%, Maternity Makassar was 80.97%, UMI Education was 0.33%, Stella Maris was 98.42% and on the construction project of Saint Moriz Mixed Development was 99.31%. It can be concluded from the results of testing the descriptive hypothesis it was found that understanding occupational safety and health in building construction projects that were carried out by state-owned enterprises in Makassar City was good, whereas in building construction projects that private companies worked in Makassar City were bad.

Keywords: Statistics, Makassar city, OSHA, constructions.

References:

  1. R. Faizah, W. Hartono and S. Sugiyarto, JurnalManajemen Dan Organisasi 1, 80 (2016).
  2. Pangkey, G. Y. Malingkasand Walangitan, JurnalIlmiah Media Engineering, 2,2 (2012).
  3. Al-Anbari, A. Khalina, A. Alnuaimi, A. Normariah, and A. Yahya, Process Safety and Environmental Protection 94, 149 (2015).
  4. Vasconcelos and B.B. Junior, Procedia Manufacturing 3, 4392 (2015).
  5. Wariishi and T. Tanaka, 6th International Conference on Energy and Environment of Residential Buildings (ICEERB 2014) (2014).
  6. Hughes and E. Ferrett, Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction 173 (2008).
  7. Jamsostek, PT. Laporantahunan PT Jamsostek Wilayah I, Tahun 2006,2007,2008. (2009)
  8. Soehatman,SistemManajemenKeselamatan&KesehatanKerja. Dian Rakyat, Jakarta (2010).
  9. KementerianKesehatanRepublik Indonesia (2015).
  10. Indonesia, PeraturanPemerintahRepublik Indonesia Nomor 74 Tahun 2014 TentangAngkutanJalan (2014)

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Authors:

Irwan Ridwan Rahim , RusdiUsman Latief , SyahiqMahzuz Umar

Paper Title:

Study of Domestic Management of Electronic waste (E-waste) in Sungguminasa City, Gowa District

Abstract: E-waste is the impact that results from the massive use of electronic goods in the information technology era. The increasing use of electronic goods results in greater electronic waste. The problem of garbage that has not been fully resolved is now increasing with the problem of electronic waste. This study aimed to identify the problems of domestic electronic waste in Sungguminasa City, Gowa Regency in 14 sub-districts of SombaOpu District, Gowa City with a population of 157,448 or about 1.67% of the total population of the Province of South Sulawesi. The research method was direct survey by observing and interviews in the form of e-waste characteristic data retrieval, measurement of e-waste, waste generation potential and analyzing disposal methods and potential economic value of e-waste recycling. From the results of the study, it was found that from 37 types of electronic goods, three devices refrigerators, computers and television with percentage of 17%, 14% and 26% respectively were the common wasted devices. The potential of e-waste generation in SombaOpu District as a whole obtained from 14 villages was 801 838.9 kg / year or 801.8 tons / year. The most widely applied processing method for e-waste was modification, repaired and stored with 55%, 19% and 17% respectively, while the least used e-waste processing method is disposed of at a percentage of 9%. The results of the potential analysis of the economic value of e-waste recycling from 3 electronic items that are quite high had a value of each refrigerator of Rp. 1657807, computer Rp. 2327121, and television Rp. 3625178.

Keywords: E-waste, SombaOpu District, and e-waste management

References:

  1. Alumur and B.Y. Kara, Computers & Operations Research 34, 1406 (2007).
  2. Breivik, J.M. Armitage, F. Wania, and K.C. Jones, Environmental Science & Technology 48, 8735 (2014).
  3. A. Kalana, International Journal of Environmental Sciences 1, (2010).
  4. Pariatamby and D. Victor, Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management 15, 411 (2013).
  5. Sthiannopkao and M.H. Wong, Science of The Total Environment 463-464, 1147 (2013).
  6. Widyarsana, I.M.W., Winarsih, D.R., Damanhuri, E. and Padmi, T., (2010).

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Authors:

Rasburhany U, SaktiAdji Adisasmita, Tri Harianto

Paper Title:

Air Side Development at OesmanSadik Airport, South Halmahera District

Abstract: OesmanSadik Airport, South Halmahera District requires an air transportation that can serve passengers, by overcoming the limitations of transport capacity, the length of the runway and the limited flight routes that operate today. Through the air side analysis of OesmanSadik Airport and the use of alternative aircraft, it is expected to give a little consideration for the development plan of OesmanSadik Airport in an effort to anticipate future developments. This is to ensure that it can serve the needs of safe airport services, comfortable, economical, and can meet the needs of the community. This study evaluate the runway dimension, which is in accordance with the planned aircraft's needs which is for short and long-term service with the largest aircraft ATR-72 Series 500 and for long-term service with Boeing 737 Series 500 aircraft using the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) method. From the results of this analysis, 3 aircraft types ATR-42, Cassa 212 and Dornier 328 with flight schedules 6 times a week are not expected to be able to serve the number of passengers in 2027. The alternative solutions is to use 1 aircraft of the ATR-72 Series 500 that can overcome the need for short-term passenger carrying capacity and the length of the existing runway is still able to serve flight requests. However for long-term services, Boeing 737 Series 500 aircraft is used which require additional runway lengths of 1,400 to 2,656 m.

Keywords: OesmanSadik Airport, runway length, aviation, ICAO method

References:

  1. Suyono, A. Sukoco, M.I. Setiawan, Suhermin, and R. Rahim, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 930, 012045 (2017).
  2. Setiawan, S. Surjokusumo, D. Ma’Soem, J. Johan, C. Hasyim, N. Kurniasih, A. Sukoco, I. Dhaniarti, J. Suyono, I. Sudapet, R. Nasihien, S. Mudjanarko, A. Wulandari, A.S. Ahmar, and M. Wajdi, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 954, 012024 (2018).
  3. I. Sarsam and H.A. Ateia, Transportation and Development Institute Congress 2011 (2011).
  4. Givoni, M. and Rietveld, P., Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 43,5 (2009)
  5. Pai, Journal of Air Transport Management 16, 169 (2010)
  6. Permana, S. J., &Hidyastuti, H. (2013). Permana, S. J., &Hidyastuti, H 42, 203 (2013).
  7. Wicaksono, A., Kurniadi, A., &Rahmawati, I. 29-36. 42, 101 (2012).
  8. Dondokambey, F. G., Rumajar, A. L., Manoppo, M. R., &Waani, J. E. JurnalSipilStatik, 1,4, (2013).
  9. Hazanawati, H., &Sartono, W. (2009).

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Authors:

Sutrisno Masita, Muhammad Arsyad Thaha, Silman Pongmanda

Paper Title:

Study on the Changes of TanjungBunga Coastline

Abstract: The coast line is the boundary line between land and seawater, where the position is not fixed and may change according to the tide and coastal erosion that occur. Changes in coastlines are caused by natural factors including ocean waves, currents, winds, river sedimentation, the condition of coastal vegetation as well as volcanic and tectonic activity and human factors, including the construction of ports and facilities, mining, dredging, destruction of coastal vegetation, aquaculture, protection beach and beach reclamation. Based on the description above, this research was conducted to find out the factors that influenced the changes in the coastline in TanjungBunga and the changes that occurred. From the results of tides, bathymetry and topography, the analysis showed that the change in the coastline of TanjungBunga was caused by sediment supply from the Jeneberang River and also by the construction of the Jetty beach building at the mouth of the Jeneberang River and groin which were not built effectively. At station 0 + 100 to 0 + 400 observation points, there was a setback in 2005 and 2009. While in 2007, station 0 + 100 to 0 + 300 progressed and in 2011, station 0 + 00 to 0 + 200 experienced progress. For station 0 + 500 to 0 + 800 it has progressed from 2003 to 2011.

Keywords: beach, coastline, tides, sediment, TanjungBunga

References:

  1. E. Apitz, Science of The Total Environment 415, 9 (2012).
  2. J. Mehta, Estuarine Cohesive Sediment Dynamics Lecture Notes on Coastal and Estuarine Studies 290 (2013).
  3. Wang, Principles of Tidal Sedimentology 19 (2011).
  4. Langkoke and B. Rochmanto, Sedimentology 59, 899 (2011).
  5. Sakka, M. Purba, I.W. Nurjaya, H. Pawitan, and V.P. Siregar, JurnalIlmu Dan TeknologiKelautanTropis 3, (2011)
  6. Danial, K. Jusof, Asmidar, Hamsiah and C.S.Yurnidar, World Applied Sciences Journal 6 862, 41 (2013).
  7. Umar, S. Rahman, A.Y. Baeda, and S. Klara, Procedia Engineering 116, 125 (2015).
  8. Baja, M. Ramli, and S. Lias, Biologia 64, (2009).

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Authors:

Faishal Kirman, Achmad Zubair, Riswal K.

Paper Title:

Study on the Level of Mercury Pollution in Sea Water around Tanjung Bayang Beach, Kota Makassar

Abstract: Increasing heavy metals in seawater will cause heavy metals that were originally needed for metabolic processes will turn out to be toxic to organisms in the sea. Besides being toxic, heavy metals will also accumulate in biota and sediment through the gravity process. This research was conducted around TanjungBayang Beach in Makassar City in January 2017. Sampling was carried out at 3 stations and 9 points. This research is to measure physical and chemical parameters in sea water, heavy metal content of Hg in water, sediment, and marine biota. These results are then analyzed by the method of bio concentration of mercury metal in marine biota. The results of this study indicate that mercury content in sea water is <0,0005 mg / l on average. This sea water level is still low from the KEPMENLH 51 Threshold Value of 2004. Mercury levels in sediments are between 0.0156 - 0.0217 mg / kg, fish 0.0501 - 0.0796 mg / kg, and sea slugs 0.0516 - 0.2068 mg / kg. The levels of mercury in sediments and marine biota are still below the threshold value. The ability of fish and sea snails to accumulate heavy metal mercury (Hg) is indicated by the value of bio concentration factors (FBo-w) which are between 100.2 - 413.6 and (FBo-s) between 2.308 - 13.256.

Keywords: Bio concentration, mercury pollution, sea water.

References:

  1. R. Kusumadewi, I.W.B. Suyasa, and I.K. Berata, ECOTROPHIC : JurnalIlmuLingkungan (Journal of Environmental Science) 9, 25 (2015)
  2. A. Zubayr, MAKARA of Science Series 8, (2009)
  3. I. Prasasti, J. Mukono,.andS. Sudarmaji, JurnalKesehatan LingkunganUnair, 2,2 (2006).
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  5. T Putranto, JurnalPendidikanTeknologiPertanian3, 197 (2011)
  6. Umar, S. Rahman, A.Y. Baeda, and S. Klara, Procedia Engineering 116, 125 (2015).
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  14. Supriyanto. and Z. K.Samin, 4,8 (2007)

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Authors:

Arivienanand Rajamanikam, Mahmud Iwan Solihin

Paper Title:

Solid Waste Bin Classification using Gabor Wavelet Transform

Abstract: Solid waste dumping has become an issue and a threat towards health and it is continuing to deteriorate with time. It is known that solid waste (SW) accumulation will rise drastically over time and epidemiological effects will soon rise from unplanned or unscheduled solid waste dumping. With Solid Waste Management (SWM) at its optimum performance, this problem can be mitigated. There are several reasons for a system to fail but one is focussed to engineer a solution towards waste treatment. Solid waste segregation takes longer to process compared to treating it on a weekly schedule. By utilising machine vision and machine learning technologies, solid waste bin classification can be done norm as a pathway towards efficient waste segregation. In this paper Gabor wavelet transformation (GWT) is used for classifying solid waste images by convoluting an image with Gabor wavelet kernels with different scales and orientation. The features are extracted from the image training database to model a supervised Artificial Neural Network (ANN) with the actual bin level grades. The computational speed or efficiency of the GWT is increased by using Genetic algorithm (GA) where a total of 48 out 80 features are used sufficiently, whereby less wavelets are used in the process thus increasing the performance to a maximum of 47.52%. The mean squared error before and after optimisation gave a difference of 91.9% in improvement with GA. The proposed method proved that with GWT and GA, SW is gradable with random waste images and it has proven to be optimum from analysis.

Keywords: Gabor wavelet transformation (GWT), Solid Waste Management (SWM, solid waste (SW), Artificial Neural Network (ANN)

References:

  1. Fazeli, F. Bakhtvar, L. Jahanshaloo, N.A.C. Sidik, and A.E. Bayat, Renew. Sustain. Energy Rev. 58, 1007 (2016).
  2. A. Guerrero, G. Maas, and W. Hogland, Waste Manag. 33, 220 (2013).
  3. Sukholthaman and K. Shirahada, Technol. Soc. 43, 231 (2015).
  4. Aleluia and P. Ferrão, Waste Manag. 58, 415 (2016).
  5. A. Hannan, M. Arebey, R.A. Begum, and H. Basri, Waste Manag. 32, 2229 (2012).
  6. S. Islam, M.A. Hannan, H. Basri, A. Hussain, and M. Arebey, Waste Manag. 34, 281 (2014).
  7. A. Hannan, M.A. Al Mamun, A. Hussain, H. Basri, and R.A. Begum, Waste Manag. 43, 509 (2015).
  8. Zailah, M.A. Hannan, and A. Al Mamun, J. Appl. Sci. Res. 8, 3092 (2012).
  9. Bhabatosh, Digital Image Processing and Analysis (PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., 2011).

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Authors:

Hashed Ahmed, Bonavian Hasiholan

Paper Title:

Producer-To-Injector Conversion to Enhance Oil Productivity and Profitability

Abstract: Infill new injection wells are utilized to increase the recovery of producing well as it reduces the spacing that existed between the old production wells that yields higher capital costs. Therefore, the decision, then must be made to convert old producers to the injectors. This work deals with the subject of converting existing producing wells for injection purposes. This evaluation was done by investigation the strategy of converting the producers to water injectors by design, simulation model and the optimum oil productivity and profitability was evaluated. In this project each phase of the petroleum recovery (primary and secondary) was modelled and changed through several scenarios in expression of conversion of production to injection wells as well as utilizing different injection patterns by using simulation program. Eclipse-100 and Petrel was used as the simulation software and the optimum oil productivity and cost effect of conversion wells, profit gain and optimum profitability were evaluated. Findings showed that, primary plans’ RF after modification raced up 42%. Whereas, secondary recovery plan was developed to approximately 56%. This recovery increment is basically due to the additional oil that was swept microscopically by water and its effect in the injection of the converted wells. In addition, an economic analysis supported the results of the project with a net revenue value of $ 2,325,002,016 over the net income of the base case. In summary, conversion producer wells into injection wells is the best option to get the optimum oil productivity and profitability.

Keywords: : higher capital costs, petroleum recovery, Eclipse-100 , Petre

References:

  1. Cullick, D. Heath, K. Narayanan, J. April, and J. Kelly, J. Pet. Technol. 56, 77 (2004).
  2. Li, Y. Tang, Z. Wang, Z. Shi, S. Wu, D. Song, J. Zhang, K. Fatih, J. Zhang, and H. Wang, J. Power Sources 178, 103 (2008).
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Authors:

Mohamed Shafeer Mohamed Althaf, Elhassan Mostafa Abdallah Mohammed

Paper Title:

Oil Well Stimulation for Carbonate Reservoir using Acidizing Techniques

Abstract: Matrix acidizing is one of the oldest well stimulation methods that has been used for the past few decades to resolve the formation damage issue. However, stimulation in carbonate reservoir rocks is considered difficult due to the high degree of challenge faced during the stimulation process. An efficient matrix acidizing system for carbonate reservoir. This paper mainly focuses on designing as operational excellence approach in diagnosis of the type of formation damage, selection and formulation of suitable stimulation fluid and designing a complete acidizing system for carbonate reservoirs. In this work, crude and deposit samples from two different wells of a carbonate oil field named Bukit Tua field located in the East Java region of Indonesia was used as case studies to quantify and analyse the type of formation damage. Various analytical tests such as dissolution test, modified SARA analysis, pH of the crude sample, on the samples were conducted in the laboratory to understand and affirm the occurrence of formation damage. Based on the analytical results and studies, it was concluded that the deposition of organic and inorganic scales in and around the wellbore caused the majority problem in carbonate wells. Hence, a micro emulsion formulation and a heat generating formulation were designed in order to simultaneously dissolve and disperse the deposits and also make the heavy viscous crudes to flow. The customized stimulation fluid had a controlled reaction kinetics, low density and the ability to simultaneously treat multiple formation damage issues in carbonate wells that gives them an edge over the conventional acidizing systems. Following the most crucial stage of proper stimulation fluid selection, an efficient treatment plan has been designed in order to scale up for field applications.

Keywords: carbonate reservoir rocks, Matrix acidizing, SARA analysis

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Authors:

Lim Zhen Hao, Elhassan Mostafa Abdallah Mohammed

Paper Title:

Determination of Paraffin and Asphaltene Precipitation Conditions: A Study of Flow Assurance for Heavy Oil Production

Abstract: Raw petroleum is a perplexing blend of hydrocarbons which comprises of aromatics, paraffin, naphthenic, saps and asphaltenes. At the point when the temperature of raw petroleum is decreased, the overwhelming parts, similar to paraffin, will accelerate and store on the pipe inner divider as a wax-oil gel. The gel store comprises of wax gems that trap some measure of oil. As the temperature gets cooler, more wax will precipitate and the thickness of the wax gel will increase, causing gradual solidification of the crude and eventually the oil stop moving inside the offshore pipeline. The presence of paraffin wax in heavy crude oil has caused variety of problems and fouling in wellbore, production tubing and refineries. It has change the flow behaviour of the heavy crude oil.In this study, nature of heavy components in heavy crude oil will be studied to understand well about the paraffin wax precipitation and depositional. Two type of heavy crude oil samples were used in this study and determination of Wax Appearance Temperature (WAT) by using three different method i.e. ASTM Standard Visual Method, Say-bolt Viscometer Methods and Differential Scanning Calorimeter. Comparison will be made among these three methods to test the experiment accuracy and its WAT sensitivity. Next, wax inhibitor i.e. Toluene and Cyclohexane will be added to the heavy crude oil specimen to test the possibility in WAT reduction. An overall understanding on the nature of paraffin wax, wax depositional mechanism and remediation techniques will be achieved.

Keywords:  Wax Appearance Temperature (WAT), crude oil, ASTM Standard Visual Method, Say-bolt Viscometer Methods

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Authors:

Mohamed Shafeer Mohamed Althaf, Elhassan Mostafa Abdallah Mohammed

Paper Title:

Diagnosis and Treatment of Naphthenate Deposits Embedded With other Organics and Inorganics

Abstract: Napthenate solid deposits in oil wells tend to contribute towards vital flow assurance issues and production decline due to formation damage, increase in the weight of the crude by almost 12% and restriction in the production tubing and around the wellbore. This paper showcases an operational excellence approach in diagnosis of oil producing wells, which might have the potential to form naphthenate deposits along with other inorganic scale, corrosion product and organics. In this work, deposits, crude and formation water samples from an oil field located offshore Peninsular Malaysia was used as a case study to quantify the presence of naphthenates. Various analytical tests such as modified SARA analysis, cationic and anionic analysis of formation water, Total Acid Number (TAN) analysis, pH of the crude sample and also X-Ray diffraction (XRD) on the samples were conducted in the laboratory to understand and affirm the occurrence of the naphthenates. Based on the analytical results, it was concluded that naphthenate deposit was the main issue in the well. Also, there were possibilities of wax and other inorganic deposition to take as identified by the test results. Hence a single step micro emulsion formulation was designed that can enhance the productivity of the well by injecting the formulation into the designated zones to dissolve naphthenate embedded with inorganic material, simultaneously dissolve/disperse organic deposit, break the naphthenate induced tough emulsions and change the wettability characteristics of the formation rock towards water wetting to ease the flow of oil into the wellbore. The formulation of the speciality micro-emulsion is vastly based on the characteristics of the formation fluid, nature of the sample, reservoir and operating conditions. The application of this study is a preliminary attempt to establish guidelines for early detection of problems related to naphthenate and possible chemical remedial, thereby, stimulating preventive measures and attenuation plan which can be formulated and replicated in wells with naphthenate problems in various parts of the world.

Keywords: Naphthenates, SARA analysis, cationic and anionic analysis, Total Acid Number (TAN) analysis

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Authors:

M.F. Zanil, K.O Chan, M.A Hussain

Paper Title:

Algorithm in the Fluidized-Bed Reactor for the Polymerization of Propylene

Abstract: A modified artificial bee optimization is proposed in this study. The algorithm is based on the colony behaviour of certain bee species to achieve optimal solution in the bounded environment. The proposed algorithm is designed by improving the exploration knowledge of onlooker bee from meta-heuristic concept in search space. The multiple searches is proposed in the exploration phase to evaluate the multi objective functions. The performance of the proposed algorithm is tested on the typical benchmark equations and complex case of the polymerisation of propylene in fluidized bed reactor. The proposed technique is able to provide an optimal solutions and it shows a good performance in term of convergence, accuracy and computational load.

Keywords:  Polymerization, fluidized bed reactor, optimal solutions

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Authors:

Kiew Peck Loo, Kirtana Sivalingam

Paper Title:

Simultaneous Removal of Copper and Fluoride from Wastewater by Adsorption Using Chicken Eggshell

Abstract: In recent years, agricultural wastes and biomass have been extensively investigated as low cost adsorbents in heavy metal removal owing to the facts that they are relatively cheap and exhibit high adsorption capacities. Even though promising results are reported in literature, information on the simultaneous removal of co-existing pollutants is still very scarce and limited. Since industrial effluents contain various pollutants, there is a need to develop biosorbents and system that are able to remove more than one pollutant at one time. In this research, chicken eggshell was investigated for its ability to remove copper and fluoride simultaneously from aqueous solution. The optimization study showed that the highest removal percentage for copper and fluoride could be achieved at the process conditions as such: adsorbent dosage of 2.5 g, temperature of 40°C, pH 6 and stirring speed of 350 rpm. Simulatenous removal of both copper and fluoride ions from mixed solution was possible, however, with a reduction of approximately 26 – 35 % in fluoride removal but insignificant drop in copper removal percentage compared to single pollutant solution. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis revealed deposition of flake-like copper and fluoride crystals on the surface of the chicken eggshell powder thus evidenced its adsorption ability of copper and fluoride ions from aqueous solution.

Keywords:  Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), copper, fluoride ions

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Authors:

Yepuganti Karuna, Saritha Saladi, Pramodh Konduru, G Ramachandra Reddy

Paper Title:

Magnetic Resonance Brain Images Individual Recognition with PCA

Abstract: Every individual brain is identified as unique by proper consideration of the background for individual difference in the brain functions of the brain morphology. The proposed method is implemented by using structural magnetic resonance imaging brain recognition is performed using segmentation with the Voxel-Based Morphometric (VBM) approach and Feature Extraction(FE) using Principal Component Analysis(PCA). Brain recognition is identified by computing the Euclidean distance among the image pairs, projected into the same subspace. The petite difference in the Euclidean distances is observed between the same subject when scanned twice and it is due to distinct combination of scanners used between test-training image pairs with/without scanner up-gradation. The obtained results of rank identification and receiver operating characteristic curves show that the brain morphology identifies a particular individual with less false acceptance rate.

Keywords: Brain morphology, Eigen brain, MRI, PCA, Recognition, VBM.

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Authors:

C Sivarami Reddy, V Ramachandra Prasad, K Jayalakshmi

Paper Title:

Natural Convection in a Square Enclosure Filled with Micropolar Fluid: Effect of Thermal Radiation

Abstract: The present examination manages the investigation of shaky laminar common convective stream in a square walled in area loaded up with micropolar liquid. The vertical dividers of the nook are kept up at various uniform temperatures and best and base dividers are thermally protected. Nonlinear overseeing conditions defined in dimensionless frame and unraveled by numerically with Marker and Cell Method (MAC). Calculations have been done to break down with the impacts of Rayleigh number (Ra), Prandtl number (Pr) and vortex consistency parameter (k) both for feeble and solid fixation cases. Acquired processed outcomes have been exhibited as streamlines, isotherms and vorticity profiles and talked about through graphically. The impact of vortex thickness parameter (k) on stream rate just as rate of warmth exchange is analysed.

Keywords: Natural Convection, Micropolar Fluid, Cavity, Numerical results, MAC.

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Authors:

M.N.V Kiranbabu, K.V.V Satyanarayana

Paper Title:

Inquisition the Prospect of Ranking Cloud Service Provider using Distinctive Algorithms

Abstract: Selecting services in cloud computing platform varies in several ways, where in fact the service quality is assessed by the cloud customer part and the negotiation issues was forwarded by CSB to avail the utmost throughput. The initiation to start CSB pivot role shows that CSB was characterized as the intermediation of services between CC and CSP. This research work incorporates with three participants CC, CSP, CSB, presents the scenario of supporting ranking viewpoint of CSP by CSB as the CC was associated with his regular attached work. The successful implementations of three algorithms are being used for ranking are grey method implementing strategy, back propagation methodology and pivot attribute selection with selective user condition methodology. We derive above three algorithms on rank of CSP with an execution and result focused procedure. Many rank methods was produced from statistical methodologies but almost all of them are impractical and novelty. Our effect oriented procedure display in striking the goals of calculating CSP ranking in cloud computing platform

Keywords: Cloud Computing, CSB prioritization, Service distribution, Ranking algorithms, Grey ranking and back propagation approach.

References:

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  2. Sharma, Rajat, Gautam Nagpal, and Amit Kanwar. "Algorithm for Ranking Consumer Reviews on E-commerce Websites."
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Authors:

Roweda M.A. Mahmuod, Rahela Rahim

Paper Title:

Minimize Aggregate Measure of Waiting Times and Queue Lengths in M/G/1 Queue

Abstract: The classic optimization techniques are helpful to find the optimum resolution or free maxima or minima of continuous and differentiable functions. The target of this study is to develop a replacement formula to solve the pedestrian congestion problem based on queuing theory and optimization that will lead to an efficient algorithm for pedestrian flow in optimizing allocation of pedestrian and service capacity subject to limited buffer space by show a mathematical model that minimizes an aggregate measure of waiting times and queue lengaths for a group of arrivals by using Lagrange multiplayer. Ls (expected variety of consumers within the ith system, Ws (expected time employment spends within the ith system), Lq(expected variety of consumers within the queue in the ith system) ,Wq(Expected time employment spends in the queue in the ith system) decreased compared with the naïve value of λi. A queuing model calculator used to calculate the optimal values. 

Keywords: Queuing Network, Optimization, M/G/1 queue.

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Authors:

Mohammad Illyas Sidik, Adzhar Rambli, Zamalia Mahmud, Raiha Shazween Redzuan,
Nur Huda Nabihan Md Shahri

Paper Title:

The Identification of Outliers in Wrapped Normal Data by using Ga Statistics

Abstract: This paper focuses on identifying outliers in the wrapped normal distribution. It is commonly found and when it is dealing with circular data, the existing of outliers will increase several problems.We will be using the existing statistics, the G_a statistics to identify a single and patch of outliers in the wrapped normal data. A Monte Carlo simulation will be carried out to generate the cut-off point’s value. The power performance of the discordancy test in circular data has been investigated. The increment of the contamination level, λ, large value of concentration parameter, ρ and large sample size, n will increase the performance of the outlier detection procedures. In addition, the result shows that the statistics performs well in detecting a patch of outliers in the data. As an illustration a practical example is presented by using the wind direction in Kota Bharu station. As conclusion, the G_a statistics successfully detect outlier presence in this data set.

Keywords: Circular data, outliers, G_a statistics, wrapped normal distribution, Monte Carlo simulation, wind direction.

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Authors:

Aniq A Rohmawati, Adiwijaya, Milah Sarmilah

Paper Title:

Classification of Microarray Data Involves Naïve Bayes and Dimension Reduction using Haar Wavelet

Abstract: A general problem solving for handling microarray data is classification process with added a selection process from huge attributes. In particular, the escalated of attributes dimensionality provides a challenge to microarray handling techniques, related to microarray represents the large amount of genes expression. The multi-dependency (multicollinearity) may affect the performance when determining the parameter of classification. Many ways of solving the multicollinearity problem exists, the variable selection technique has become particularly popular. This is the method which use wavelet transformation for a few carefully selected variable and the method which regress respond variable onto a few linier combinations (components) of the original attributes. Wavelet is commonly used in image processing, spectral data using wavelet transformation have proved very successful in capturing the distinction among hyperspectral data. This paper investigates a new method of transformation data using Haar wavelet for selection processes. Our extensive study compares the selection processes using Haar wavelet transformation and Genetic Algorithm considering the selection dataset that implemented to Naïve Bayes classification. In addition, the selection-classification using Haar wavelet and Naïve Bayes describes a classification cancer and non-cancer quite well related to the accuracy of confusion matrix

Keywords: Microarray, dimension reduction, Haar wavelet, Naïve Bayes.

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Authors:

Hairulliza Mohamad Judi, Zanaton H Iksan, Noraidah Sahari Ashaari

Paper Title:

Cognitive Visual Support Design for Efficient Data Analytics Learning Based on Meaningful Reception Learning Theory

Abstract: Among the main issues in data analytics learning relate to in-depth understanding and concept integration. Meaningful reception learning theory demonstrates cognitive visual tools to organize knowledge by linking new information with existing concepts in strong cognitive structure. This study describes essential characteristic in data analytics and request a cognitive visual model to appreciate literature performance. The study applies meaningful reception learning theory by contributing users with three character of instructional arrangement as visual cognitive support to build strong understanding structure i.e. active, collaborative and constructive. The model is expected to help instructors in systematically constructing data analytics component for efficient learning.

Keywords: Cognitive visual tools, data analytics, collaborative, constructive

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Authors:

Shelena Soosay Nathan, VikniswariVija Kumaran, Azham Hussain, Nor Laily Hashim, Mazniha Berahim, Rosni Ramle

Paper Title:

Accessibility Metrics for Hearing-Impaired Mobile Application Usability Evaluation Model

Abstract: This paper discusses on the metrics derived for the detecting-damaged mobile application handling model. The study on evaluation of mobile applications has been an emerging domain. However, it lacks appropriate guidelines in identifying issues since existing models or approaches and usability standards are commonly general and unable to define clearly on the measurements for the evaluation of mobile application interface usability for disable context. This has been one of the concerns in the area of mobile application usefulness which leads to more challenges in usability evaluation for the detecting-damaged mobile application. It is also possiblet that handling model that has been developed with dimension and unable to identify specific measurements in depth unable to cater the exact need of a disabled person. This complicates the usability practitioner as dimensions are not appropriately provided in detail on measurement values comprises in the model. To defeated this issue, dimension chosen for the detecting-damaged mobile has been identifies the measurement values to ensure applications are well evaluated. Measurements identified has been analyzed through expert review process and results are discussed. Finally, total of 14 metrics were gathered to support hearing-impaired dimension for usability evaluation model and presented.

Keywords: Usability, Accessibility model, Hearing-impaired, Metrics, Evaluation.

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Authors:

Shahirah Mohamed Hatim, Nur Azmina Mohamad Zamani, Lily Marlia Abdul Latif, Mahani AhmadKardri, Normah Ahmad, Norhaslinda Kamaruddin, Azham Hussain

Paper Title:

E-FoodCart: An Online Food Ordering Service

Abstract: Nowadays, mobile devices with wireless technologies has emerged into the hospitality industry especially restaurants with the advancements of food ordering systems. Most restaurants use manual ordering process involving pen and papers in which noting down the orders can be quite slow and can caused errors in noting down the customers’ orders. Based on QSR statistics, young generations usually order food online which caused the online ordering traffic to grow 300% faster than dine-in traffic. Moreover, most people preferred to use online ordering system as it is more convenient and reduce their waiting time. Hence, eFoodCart, an online mobile application is a student-friendly application for food ordering in which the idea and concept is similar to some existing applications such as Pizza Hut Delivery, Just Eat, Food Panda and Lazada. eFoodCart gathers different vendors providing different types of food unlike Pizza Hut which only provides their own pizza for delivery. In comparison with Just Eat and Food Panda applications, both covers city areas whereas eFoodCart focuses more on rural areas to give small towns the opportunities to sell food online. Furthermore, Lazada does not supplies any food ordering service while eFoodCart does. The purpose of this application is to allow and assist the residential students of UiTM Perak Branch, Tapah Campus to order their food via mobile devices. This is a secure and time-saving application for students as they are required to register to the application using their own student identification number. Besides the students, vendors are also required to register to eFoodCart application before they can offer their menu to the customer (students). This is to ensure security and prevent any fraudulent act for both parties. Moreover, B40, the lowest income group will also gain benefit from this application as it will help them to set up their food business without having any physical stall due to the limited monetary resources to rent a premise.Hence, eFoodCart will act as an agent for them to perform any transactions conveniently. The system aims to gather all potential entrepreneurs in food business to use the system as their business starting point in order to expand their business in the future and also to provide convenience for the public to purchase food any-where in Malaysia.

Keywords: Mobile application, online food ordering, students, vendors.

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Authors:

Sarmad A. Altaie, Hala A. Hashim, Ali F. Jameel

Paper Title:

Approximate Singularly Perturbed Boundary Value Problems Using G-Spline Based Differential Quadrature Method

Abstract: The objective of this paper is to obtain an approximate solution to a singularly flustered boundary worth issues involving differential equation using differential construction technique. The specific procedure of the weight coefficients for estimation of derivatives are obtained by means of g-spline interpolation method. An illustrative example have been analyzed and compared with the precise resolution to determine the certainty, and capability, of the proposed technique.

Keywords: Differential Construction technique, g-spline interpolation, Singularly perturbed boundary worth issues.

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Authors:

Suhartono, Bahagiati Maghfiroh, Santi Puteri Rahayu

Paper Title:

Hybrid VARX-SVR and GSTARX-SVR for Forecasting Spatio-Temporal Data

Abstract: Generalized Space-Time Autoregressive or GSTAR model is a special form of Vector Autoregressive or VAR model and commonly used for forecasting spatio-temporal data. The objective of this study is to propose hybrid spatio-temporal methods by applying Support Vector Regression or SVR as a nonlinear machine learning method in two representations model, i.e. as VAR or GSTAR with exogenous variables known as VARX or GSTARX, respectively. These two proposed hybrid methods are then known as VARX-SVR and GSTARX-SVR model. These models consist of two steps modelling, i.e. the first step is modelling of trend, seasonal, and calendar variation effects using time series regression, and the residual of this first step is modelled by VARX-SVR and GSTARX-SVR in the second step. Both simulation and real data about inflow and outflow currency in three location of Bank Indonesia at West Java region are used as case studies. The results of simulation study show that both the proposed VARX-SVR and GSTARX-SVR models yield more accurate forecast in testing dataset than VARX and GSTARX. Furthermore, the results of real data showed that VARX is the best model for forecasting outflow in three locations and inflow in two locations. Meanwhile, GSTARX-SVR is the best model for forecasting inflow at one location of Bank Indonesia at Wes Java region. In general, these results in accordance with the third M3 forecasting competition conclusion, i.e. the more complicated model do not necessary yield better forecast than the simpler one.

Keywords: GSTARX, VARX, SVR, Inflow, Outflow

References

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Authors:

Nur-adib Maspo, Aizul Nahar Harun, Masafumi Goto, Mohd Nasrun Mohd Nawi, Nuzul Azam Haron

Paper Title:

Development of Internet of Thing (IoT) Technology for flood Prediction and Early Warning System (EWS)

Abstract: Flood is the most significant disaster happened in almost every part of the world. When the event occurred, it causes great losses in economic and human life. Implementation of the advancement of ICT brings significant contribution to reduce the impact of flood toward the people and properties. This paper attempts to investigate the capability of internet of things (IoT) technology in reducing the impact of natural disaster specifically in flood disaster scenario. First, the concept of Internet of Things (IoT), key technologies and its architecture are discussed. Second, related research work on IoT in disaster context will be discussed. Third, further discussion on the propose Internet of Things (IoT) architecture and key components in the development of flood prediction and early warning system. The smart sensors will be placed at river basin for real-time data collection on flood related parameter such as rainfall, river flaw, water level, temperature, wind direction and so on. The data will be transmitted to data centre via wireless communication technology which will be processed and measured on the cloud service, then the alert information will be sent users via smart phone. Thus, early warning message is received by the people in terms of location, time and other parameters relate to flood.

Keywords: Flood prediction, flood disaster, early warning system, Internet of Things (IoT), wireless sensor network.

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Authors:

Noraziah ChePa, Wan Ahmad Jaafar Wan Yahaya, Nur Intan Syafiqah Abdullah

Paper Title:

Enhancing Digital Congkak with Rewards

Abstract: Realizing that traditional games are nearly forgotten and going extinct, effort has been made to digitize the original versions. One of them is the traditional Congkak. Although many digital versions of Congkak are available on different platforms, none has incorporated rewards as one of the features. This study focuses on incorporating rewards in digital Congkak. Experiments were conducted involving 40 gamers among the millennials. The enhanced digital Congkak and self-administered questionnaire were used as the tools in the experiment. Findings suggested that rewards have enhanced the game, managed to attract players to play and keep playing, hence making the game stand out from the crowd.

Keywords: Digital Congkak, digital games, game rewards, games engagement.

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Authors:

C. Rajendran, S.Anudeep, R.Ajith

Paper Title:

Influences of Welding Speed on Mechanical Properties of Friction Stir Welded Joints of AA2014-T6 Aluminium Alloy

Abstract: The current work is concentrated on the influence of traverse speed on mechanical properties of Al alloy (AA2014), by trailing one of the process parameters and while others were kept constant. The joint fabricated from a rotational speed of 1500 rpm, welding speed of 40 mm/min, shoulder diameter of 6 mm and tilt angle of 1.5º yielded superior tensile strength compared to their counter joints. Due to the formation of defect-free, balanced material flow, uniform distribution of precipitates in the processed region.

Keywords: Al-Cu alloy, FSW, Traverse speed, Microstructure, Tensile strength.

References:

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  8. Fu RD, Sun ZQ, Sun RC, Li Y, Liu HJ, Lei L, Improvement of weld temperature distribution and mechanical properties of 7050 aluminum alloy butt joints by submerged friction stir welding. Mater. Des., 2011, 32: 4825–31.
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Authors:

Babu Narayanan, S.M.Vinukumar, M.Lokesh, P. Muthu Ezhilan, R. Manoj Kumar

Paper Title:

Effect of Input Process Parameter on the Adhesion Wear Characteristics of Ti-3Al-2.5V Alloy: A Statistical Approach

Abstract: Current study focused on the effect of process variables namely normal load, sliding velocity, and sliding distance on wear characteristics of Ti-3Al-2.5V alloy. Wear study has been accomplished through pin on disc method in order to determine the specific wear rate of the titanium alloy. A central composite design (CCD) and ANOVA technique was performed to ascertain an outcome of process parameters on specific wear rate. The worn out samples were analyzed using scanning electron microscope (SEM). Study results indicated that amongst process variables, normal load is the most significant factor that influences the dry sliding wear behaviour of the alloy. however, wear rate of the alloy found to be increases with increasing the normal load and sliding velocity. Microstructure study explained the possible mechanism resulting in the behavior of the alloys. 

Keywords: Titanium Alloy, Specific wear rate, RSM, SEM

References:

  1. Miller PD, Holladay JW,”Friction and wear properties of titanium”, Wear. 1958; 2:133–140.
  2. Rigney DA,” Comments on the sliding wear of metals”, Tribology International. 1997; 5:361–367.
  3. Molinari A, Straffelini G, Tesi B, et al. “Dry Sliding Wear Mechanism of the Ti-6Al-4V Alloy”. Wear.1997; 208:105–112.
  4. Alam MO, Haseeb ASMA,”Response of Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-24Al-11Nb Alloys to Dry Sliding Wear against Hardened Steel”, Tribology International.2002; 35:357–362.
  5. Ming Q, Youngzhen Z, Jun Z, “Dry Friction Characteristics of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy under High Sliding Velocity”, Journal of Wuhan University of Technology - Material Science.2007; 22:582–585.
  6. Chen KM, Zhang QY, Li XX, “Comparative Study of Wear Behaviors of a Selected Titanium Alloy and AISI H13 Steel as a Function of Temperature and Load”. Tribology Transactions.2013; 57(5):838–845.
  7. Chauhan SR, Kali Dass,”Dry Sliding Wear Behaviour of Titanium (Grade 5) Alloy by Using Response Surface Methodology”. Advances in Tribology. 2013.
  8. Sahoo R, Jha BB, Sahoo TK.,” Experimental Study on the Effect of Microstructure on Dry Sliding Wear Behaviour of Titanium Alloy Using Taguchi Experimental Design”,Tribology Transactions. 2014; 57(2):216–224.
  9. Sharma MD, Sehgal R,”Tribological behaviour of Ti-3Al-2.5V alloy sliding against EN-31 steel under dry condition”, Tribology Transactions.2015.
  10. Sharma MD, Sehgal R,” Modeling and Optimization of Friction and Wear Characteristics of Ti-3Al-2.5V alloy under dry sliding condition”, Journal of Tribology.2016; 138: 031603 (1-17).

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Authors:

Rajalakshmy .P, Subha Hency Jose .P, Thilagavathy.B

Paper Title:

Development of Magnetic Levitation System

Abstract: A Magnetic Levitation System is considered to be a classical control problem due to its inherent non-linearity which makes it a bench mark to test the efficacy of any control algorithm. Hence, it is highly challenging to design a control system to maintain the system stable. Applications of these systems range from high speed rail transportation to various industrial applications like magnetically levitated wind turbines. Based on an extensive literature survey of the existing methodologies adopted to control such systems, an attempt to develop an embedded implementation of the system is proposed. In order to levitate an object of desired mass and at a desired distance an electromagnet with ample magnetizing force is designed. A driver board is used to drive current to the electromagnet based on the closed-loop feedback signal from a Hall Effect sensor through a microcontroller so as to levitate the object at a desired distance. The system is further stabilized using a lead compensator. Also a PID controller is implemented as an alternate method for achieving levitation.

Keywords: Magnetic levitation, Hall Effect Sensor, PID Controller.

References:

  1. Andri Rahmadhani, Dian Purnama, Pipit Fitriani, Puguh Andik P, Septi Cahya Widianti - The Effect of Duty Cycle on Distance of Levitated Object in a Simple Microcontroller Based Magnetic Levitator.
  2. Farhat Rashid, Athar Hanif, Abdul Rehman Yasin and Raheel Kamran Magnetic Levitation System: A Low Cost Experimental Setup for Undergraduate Control Systems Laboratory , Department of Electrical Engineering, The University of Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan
  3. Sheeba Rani, R.Maheswari, V.Gomathy and P.Sharmila “Iot driven vehicle license plate extraction approach” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume.7, pp 457-459, April 2018
  4. Guy Marsden - Magnetic Levitation Kit, ART TEC, Woolwich
  5. Ishtiaq Ahmad, Muhammad Akram Javaid - Nonlinear Model & Controller Design for Magnetic Levitation System, University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila, Pakistan-2011
  6. Lubna Moin, Dr. Vali Uddin - Design and Simulation of Model Based System Using Real Time Windows, University of Science and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan-2011
  7. Mária Hypiusová and Jakub Osuský - Pid Controller Design For Magnetic Levitation Model , Institute of Control and Industrial Informatics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Slovak University of Technology Ilkovičova 3, 812 19 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  8. Maheswari, S.Sheeba Rani, V.Gomathy and P.Sharmila,“Real Time Environment Simulation through Virtual Reality” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume.7, No.7, pp 404-406, April 2018
  9. Tania Tariq Salim ,Vedat Mehmet Karsli - Control of Single Axis Magnetic Levitation System Using Fuzzy Logic Control, University of Gaziantep, Gaziantep,Turkey-2013

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Authors:

Athira Gopal, Haricharann D V, A Harikoushik, Ambrish V, Vineeth VV

Paper Title:

Automatic Speed Surveillance and Vehicle Alerting System using Internet of Things (IoT)

Abstract: With the number of vehicles increasing day by day monitor report equally increasing traffic violation of speed limits, the numbers of accidents that are caused because of the speeding have increased at an exponential rate. There are existing law enforcements that do condemn these activities, but the human nature tends to break those. With an autonomous and automated system to regulate the Speed control by taking the advantages of advancements in technologies available can help to bring down the violations of law and thereby bringing the law enforcements at a stricter fashion. Automatic Speed Surveillance and Vehicle Alerting System Using Internet of Things (IoT) makes it easy for the Law enforcers to make the riders to follow the rules in a more permissive way without affecting the flow of traffic and the ride. Connected with Radio Frequency Identification and Wi-Fi with a Controller, the system, when implemented can bring down the speeding problem, with the controls lying on human hand for more accurate and real-time traffic monitoring, thereby not affecting the flow of traffic too. An Indigenous surveillance and alerting system autonomously files the reports when the limits are crossed, making the process of penalizing more sophisticated, thereby exploiting the full potential of the system.

Keywords: Speed Surveillance, Internet of Things (IoT), Speed Control.

References:

  1. Jyothi Kameswari , M. Satwik, A. Lokesh and G. Venkateswara Reddy., “A Design Model for Automatic Vehicle Speed Controller” - International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 35– No.9, December 2011
  2. Hua Chen, Lin Liu, Yu Zhang, Yantao Tian, “Adaptive Speed Control of Autonomous Vehicle under Changing Operation Conditions” 36th Chinese Control Conference, 2017, Dalian, China.
  3. A. Torse, Abhishek S Sutar, Pavan Andagi, Mukund Hanamshet, Mahesh Talwar,” Speed Control of Vehicle Using Voice Commands”, International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) Volume 02, Issue 06, June– 2015.
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  5. Jiandong Guo, Longlong Song and Pei Zheng, Hohhot Vocational College, Hohhot, China, “Simulation and Research of Driving Motor Speed Control System for Electric Vehicle” - International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering (SEEE 2015).
  6. Shih-Nan Lu, Hsien-Wei Tseng, Yang-Han Lee, Yih-Guang Jan and Wei-Chen Lee, Department of Electrical Engineering, Tamkang University, Tamsui, Taiwan 251, R.O.C, “Intelligent Safety Warning and Alert System for Car Driving” - Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering, Vol. 13, No. 4, 2010.
  7. Avvaru Subramanyam, K.Satyajesh, L.Bharhav Kumar, “High Way Vehicle Speed Control & Automatic Breaking System” - IOSR Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering (IOSR-JECE) Volume 9, Issue 3 (May - Jun. 2014).
  8. Vengadesh , K.Sekar, “AUTOMATIC SPEED CONTROL OF VEHICLE IN RESTRICTED AREAS USING RF AND GSM” - International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Volume: 02 Issue: 09 | Dec-2015.
  9. Tom Igoe, Getting Started with RFID: Identify Objects in the Physical World.
  10. Sheeba Rani, R.Maheswari, V.Gomathy and P.Sharmila “Iot driven vehicle license plate extraction approach” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume.7, pp 457-459, April 2018
  11. Ranjeethapriya K, Susila N, Granty Regina Elwin, Balakrishnan S, “Raspberry Pi Based Intrusion Detection System”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 119, No. 12, 2018, pp.1197-1205.
  12. Dasaradharami Reddy, S. Mohanraju, Dr.A. Jebaraj Ratnakumar, Dr.S. Balakrishnan, “Querying and Searching of Friendship Selection in the Social IoT, Jour of Adv Research in Dynamical & Control Systems. Vol.10, 11-Special issue, 2018, pp. 910- 914.
  13. Anandkumar, Kalaiarasan T R, S.Balakrishnan, “IoT Based Soil Analysis and Irrigation System”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 119, No. 12, 2018, pp.1127-1134.
  14. Jebaraj Ratnakumar, S. Balakrishnan, S.Sheeba Rani, V.Gomathi, “A Machine Learning Based IOT Device for E-Health Monitoring In a Cloud Environment”, Invest Clin. Vol. 58, issue 3, pp. 287-299, 2017.
  15. Balakrishnan, A. Jebaraj Rathnakumar and K. N. Sivabalan, “Information Security in D-Media (Digital Media)”, ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences. May 2016, Vol. 11, No. 9, pp. 5707- 5710.
  16. Balakrishnan, Vinod K, B. Shaji. (2018). “Secured and Energy Efficient AODV Routing Protocol For Wireless Sensor Network”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 119, No. 10c, 2018, pp. 563-570.
  17. Balakrishnan, J.P.Ananth, L.Ramanathan, S.P.Premnath, (2018). “An Adaptive Energy Efficient Data Gathering In Wireless Sensor Networks”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118 No. 21, 2018, pp. 2501-2510.
  18. P.Ananth, S.Balakrishnan, S.P.Premnath, (2018). “Logo Based Pattern Matching Algorithm for Intrusion Detection System in Wireless Sensor Network”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 119, No. 12, 2018, pp. 753-762.

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Authors:

A. Sruthi, K.C Ramya, S. Sivarajani, G.Radha Krishnan, R. Divya

Paper Title:

Continuous Fault Identification and Isolation in Small Scale Industries Using Lab View

Abstract: The fault occurred in the distribution lines of small scale industries should be checked manually to find out the exact line with fault. The manually checking of fault line minimizes the production of loads and increase the time and maintenance cost. In the proposed method, by continuous monitoring, the system detects the fault in the lines and indicates the position where the fault has occurred and the line with fault is isolated and displayed using Lab VIEW. This method to identify the fault line minimizes time and maintenance cost

Keywords: Distribution line, Line Fault, Isolation of line.

References:

  1. AlirezaFereidunian, AlirezaShahsavari, Hamid Lesani, Mahdi Mazhari and Seyed ,(2014) “Fault Indicator Deployment in Distribution Systems Considering Available Control and Protection Devices: A Multi-Objective Formulation Approach”, IEEE TRANSACTIONSON POWER SYSTEMS,VOL.29, NO.5. 
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  3. LabVIEW User Manual, April 2003 Edition, National Instruments.
  4. Sheeba Rani, V.Gomathy and R.Geethamani, “Embedded design in synchronisation of alternator automation” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume No.7, pp 460-463, April 2018
  5. Chance Elliott, Richard Hansen, VipinVijayakumar and Wesley Zink (2007), National Instrument LabVIEW: A programming environment for laboratory automation and measurement, the association for Laboratory Automation.
  6. A. Janeera, Dr.S. Sheeba Rani Gnanamalar, D. Ruth Anita Shirley, Dr.V. Gomathy, Dr.V. Kamatchi Sundari, “Design of programmable marine metal detector using Uni Fi Controller”, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol.10, no.05, pp.1317-1320
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Authors:

Ramamoorthi. R , Balamurugan. S, Vignesh. S , Ramaswamy. K

Paper Title:

Experimental Study to Stimulate the Transmission of Heat and Optimization of the Mass Transmission in Packaged Cooling Tower-Structures with Horizontal Fill Packs

Abstract: Cooling tower-structures are Cooling towers are vaporization type heat removal device which cools hot water with straight interaction with atmospheric air by vaporizing a portion of the water, The cooling towers needs spewing of water over a packing surface from side to side on which a stream of air is fleeting. Mostly the most of the cooling towers produced these days are provided with vertically placed fill packs. In this investigational experimentation the cooling tower-structure are accompanied with horizontal fill packs and different constraints related to cooling tower-structure is determined. Also validation of practical model is performed by empirical relations.

Keywords: Cooling tower, heat removal device, atmospheric air

References:

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  2. Hamid Reza Goshayeshi., F. Missenden., Investigation of cooling tower packing in various arrangements, Applied Thermal Engineering, 20(1): p. 69 (2000).
  3. Farhad Gharagheizi., Reza Hayati., Shohreh Fatemi.,Experimental study on the performance of mechanical cooling tower with two types of film packing, Energy Conversion and Management,48(1), p.277 (2007).
  4. Sunil J. Kulkarni, Ajaygiri K. Goswami, Studies and Experimentation on Cooling Towers: A Review, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2(5), p.279, (2015).
  5. Randhire Mayur A., Performance Improvement of Natural Draft Cooling Tower, International Journal Of Engineering Research And Reviews, 2(1), p..7, (2014).
  6. A. Janeera, Dr.S. Sheeba Rani Gnanamalar, D. Ruth Anita Shirley, Dr.V. Gomathy, Dr.V. Kamatchi Sundari, “Design of programmable marine metal detector using Uni Fi Controller”, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems, Vol.10, no.05, pp.1317-1320.

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Authors:

Ramachandran N, Sivakumar M, Siva Sundar S, Umakhesan A, Theiva Shanmuga Sundar

Paper Title:

Design and Fabrication of Stair Claimbing Load Carrier

Abstract: In modern world, robots are employed in every possible place. It is especially used in major fields like defense, surveillance activities, transportation and in many other places. This paper is prepared basically on building a robot with a capability to climb stairs carrying ten kilogram of weight in addition to its own weight. This paper represents the structure, construction and possible applications of a stair climbing robot. People find it difficult move loads from one place to another. Vehicle with wheels can help them to move in a plane surface. It requires immense strength to make it move in an inclined plane and makes it useless in case of stair case. In this project, an attempt has been initiated to design and construct a stair climbing load carrier. Stair climbing load carrier is a +mobile robot which can be operated to carry loads in different terrains. It can help in smooth and safe transition especially in stairs. This can be utilized to carry loads up to a specific weight in inclined surfaces or stairs. The size of the device is compact. It can render its contribution for portable work. It can be used for transportation of material. It is completely made by mild steel making it light weight and also makes it is easy to carry.

Keywords: Stair Climbling Robot, Load Carrier

References:

  1. Basil Hamed, "Design and Implementation of Stair-Climbing Robots for Rescue Applications", International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, vol. 3, no. 3, June 2011.
  2. Yang Cong, Li Xiaomao, Ji Liu, Yandong Tang, "A Stairway Detection Algorithm based on Vision for UGV Stair Climbing", IEEE, October 2007.
  3. James Gaston, Dr. Kaamran Raahemifar, Peter Hiscocks, "A Cooperative Network of Reconfiguration Stair-Climbing Robots", IEEE, 2006.
  4. Amon Tunwannarux, Supanunt Hirunyaphisutthikul, "Design features and Characteristics of a Rescue Robot", IEEE, 2005.
  5. S.Khurmi and J.K.GUPTA “A Text Book of Machine Design", S.Chand Publications, 2005.
  6. Orthwein W, “Machine Component Design”, Jaico Publishing Co, 2003.
  7. Maheswari, S.Sheeba Rani, V.Gomathy and P.Sharmila,“Real Time Environment Simulation through Virtual Reality” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume.7, No.7, pp 404-406, April 2018
  8. Takahashi, T. Nagasawa, H. Nakayama, T. Hanzawa, Y. Arai, T. Nagashima, E. Hirata, M. Nakamura, T. Iizuka, and H. Ninomiya, "Robotic assistance for aged people," Proc. of the 37th SICE Annual Conf, 29-31 July, pp. 853-858, 1998.
  9. Konuma and S. Hirose, "Development of the stair-climbing biped robot 'Zero Walker-1," Proc. of the 19th Annual Conf. of the RSJ, pp. 851-852, 2001.
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  11. Takita, N. Shimoi, and H. Date, "Development of a wheeled mobile robot "octal, wheel" realized climbing up and down stairs," Proc. of 2004 IEEE/RSJ International Conf on Intelligent Robots and Systems, 28 Sept.-2 Oct., Vol. 3, pp. 2440-2445, 2004.

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Authors:

V. Sumathi, S. Hemalatha, B. Sripathy

Paper Title:

Numerical Solution of PDE Using Two Dimensional Chebyshev Wavelet Collocation Method

Abstract: In this current work, we investigate a new computational scheme to solve a system of Partial Differential Equations. To handle this method, we initially construct a Two Dimensional Chebyshev wavelet which is used to transform the PDE’s to a linear system of algebraic equations. We approximate the obtained algebraic equations using collocation method. This algorithm can be easily implemented to solve PDE with boundary conditions. We illustrate with examples to analyze the convergence using this Two Dimensional Chebyshev collocation method. Finally, we show the validity, efficiency and applicability of this new technique with some Numerical Examples. 

Keywords: Two Dimensional Chebyshev Wavelets, Operational matrices, Collocation points.

References:

  1. Chui, C.K. An introduction to wavelets, Academic Press, San Diego (1992).
  2. Syam M.I., Adomain decomposition method for approximating the solution of the Korteweg-de Vries  equation, Applied Mathematics and Computation 162(2005),1465-1473.
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  4. Celik, I (2015) Chebyshev Wavelet Collocation method for solving generalized Burgers-Huxley equation. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, (November 2013),n/a-n/a.http://doi.org/10.1002/mma.3487
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  2. Sripathy,P.Vijayaraju,G.Hariharan,Chebyshev wavelet based Approximation method to some non-linear differential equations arising in engineering, International Journal of Mathematical Analysis .Vol.9,2015,no.20,993-1010.
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Authors:

Mary Elizabeth Antony, Sabna.K.S, Manglambal N.R

Paper Title:

Zariski Topology on L-slices

Abstract: The action of a locale L on a join semilattice J gives us the newly introduced notion of L-slices (σ,J) .We have tried to extend the idea of Zariski topology on modules to L-slices. Given a locale L and a L-slice (σ,J) , for m∈(σ,J)and r∈L ,we have constructed (σ,J) ideals [r↳m]={n∈ (σ,J) ┤| σ(r,n)≤m}. Their properties and characteristics are studied. Similarly, for a given L-slice (σ,J) and n,m∈ (σ,J), we examine the properties of L-ideals [r↳n]={r∈ L┤| σ(r,n)≤m}. We introduce the notion of L-prime elements on (σ,J) and their properties are discussed. The collection of L-prime elements is defined as Spec((σ,J) and we examine the possibility of existence of Zariski topology on it.

Keywords: join semilattice, L-slices, Zariski topology, L-ideals  

References:

  1. T.Johnstone, Stone Spaces
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  3. Sabna K.S, Mangalambal N.R, An isomorphism theorem for L-slices of a locale (communicated)
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Authors:

F. X. Edwin Deepak, A. Aleeswari, W. Lilly Merline, Nivetha Martin

Paper Title:

Intervention of Environmental Engineering Principles in the Investigation of the Viable Air Pollution Mitigation Methods with IFS Tool

Abstract: Air is the most indispensable need of the human to live in this world, but in the past decades the quality of air we inhale is being polluted by the emission of pollutants from industries which contributes highly in comparison with the other dynamic and area sources of pollutants. Air pollution is not just the contamination of the air alone, rather it is the destruction of the life of living organisms. Quality of an individual’s health depends on the quality of the air he breathes. The legal warnings from the government and welfare alarms from voluntary associations in failing to promote the quality of air have propelled the industrial sectors to practice robust air pollution mitigation (APM) methods. The challenging task of the industries is the selection of appropriate APM method from the existing numerous methods after evaluating each method’s degree of fulfilling the essential criteria. This research work presents four major APM methods cum ten vital criteria by considering the intervention of environmental engineering principles of monitoring the quality of APM methods. To make the decision making process more consistent, intutionistic fuzzy sets (IFS) are used which are highly compatible than other fuzzy representations. The ranking results of APM methods are made by using various significant measures of IFS to find the viable APM method of condensing the hurdles of industrial sectors in upholding environmental sustainability.

Keywords: APM, intutionistic fuzzy sets, similarity measure, environmental engineering, environmental sustainability.

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Authors:

M. S. Premalatha, B. Ramakrishnan

Paper Title:

Hybrid Whale-Bee Optimization (HWBO) based Optimal Task Offloading Scheme in MCC

Abstract: Transferring the tasks from portable gadgets to public cloud is one of the important processes in Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC). Subsequently, offloading differed errands in the meantime will build the 'cloudlets' load and enlarges the basic finish time of the offloaded assignments. Storing of tasks in the cloud storage is energy consumed process. The optimal position is to be identified for offloading the tasks from portable gadgets. In order to solve the issue, an optimal task offloading technique is proposed. A hybrid optimization method based on Hybrid Whale Optimization algorithm (WOA) and Artificial Bee colony optimization algorithm (ABC). Dual task assignment process incorporated with queuing models offloads the task in the optimal place of the cloud to reduce the drop rate. The efficiency of the proposed scheme is evaluated with the conventional methods on the basis of energy consumption, drop rate etc. 

Keywords: Whale optimization, Average response time, energy consumption, Mobile Cloud Computing, Queuing model.

References:

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  5. Ahmed, A. Gani, M. Sookhak, S. H. A. Hamid and F. Xia, "Application optimization in mobile cloud computing: Motivation, taxonomies, and open challenges," Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Elsevier, Vol. 52, pp. 52-68, 2015.
  6. Achary, V. Vityanathan, P. Raj and S. Nagarajan, "Dynamic Job Scheduling Using Ant Colony Optimization for Mobile Cloud Computing," Intelligent Distributed Computing Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Vol. 321, pp. 71-82, 2015.
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Authors:

M. Asad Abdurrahman, Irwan Ridwan Rahim, M. Kurniawan Amir

Paper Title:

Study of Road Maintenance Costs in Makassar City for National Roads and Provincial Roads

Abstract: The lifetime of a street road is highly depending on the existing traffic and environmental conditions. Eventually the road may experience damage and decreases in condition caused by the heavy vehicles. Thus, the road requires schedule to maintain for better sustainability. The budget allocation for road maintenance and road improvement is crucial and high accuracy of budget estimation is required. This study used multiple regression analysis to develop a model with two independent variables, area of road and Average Daily Traffic volume (ADT) to determine the road maintenance budget in 2014 on the national roads and provincial roads in the city of Makassar.

Keywords: ADT, Budget allocation, Multiple regression analysis, Road maintenance.

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Authors:

Jepi Paerunan, Sumarni Hamid Aly, A. Arwin Amiruddin

Paper Title:

Analysis the Air Quality in the Area of Terminal Regional Daya in the City of Makassar

Abstract: The terminal is a transportation road for the purposes of ride-relegated passengers, the displacement intra or inters wheels transportation as well as maintains of arrivals and departures a public transport. Terminal as a public infrastructure must be free from the air pollution. Terminal Regional Daya Makassar, located at PerintisKemerdekaan KM.15 of road, city of Makassar is considered in this study for measure the quality of the air by taken 10 locations in the area of Terminal Daya. The measured parameters are Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO2). The measurement is conducted for ten days for one day one location. The obtained results indicate the air quality of some location still far below the standard quality ambient air in government regulation No.40 years of 1999, Indonesia. The pollution mapping result from ArcGIS application shows that SO2 and NO2 parameters in the dominant green colour (Good) and CO is blue, yellow and red colour (unhealthy).

Keywords: Air quality, Pollution mapping, Public transport, Terminal, Transportation 

References:

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Authors:

Eris Nur Dirman, Saleh Pallu, Isran Ramli

Paper Title:

Queuing Simulation and Container Crane Utilization at the Makassar Container Terminal

Abstract: The background of this research is the shift of the cargo pattern from the original cargo general cargo to the cargo in the container causing the current volume of container transport in all ports, especially in the PT. Pelindo IV (Persero) is getting higher. This study aims to determine the performance of container loading and unloading service using container cranes at the Makassar Container Terminal (TPM). This research is more imposed on the analysis of the service system from the dock side, especially container crane (CC) facilities with queuing methods which the solution uses simulation and analytical methods as calculations. This study began with the collection of container export and import activities at the Makassar Container Terminal, South Sulawesi GRDP data, and container loading and unloading activity data by container crane facilities. Data were analyzed using statistical analysis to get the projected value. Based on the projection results, performance calculations are performed using the queuing simulation method and analytical methods. The results showed that the number of containers for export and import increased from year to year. In 2018 the export flow of containers was 634,885 boxes per year. The performance of container crane services at Makassar Container Terminal until 2016 has not been found in the queue. Queues in the new system occur in 2017 and occur on 1 container crane only. It can be explained that until 2016 the service conditions at TPM were still under operated. Performance improvements began in 2017 with the addition of container cranes.

Keywords: Container Crane, Loading, Unloading, Queuing simulation 

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Authors:

Wihardi Tjaronge, Abd.Madjid Akkas, Andi Sri Ulvah

Paper Title:

Experimental Study of Concrete Compressive Strength Using Lightweight Concrete Debris Waste as a Substitute for Coarse Aggregate

Abstract: At present, ready-to-use concrete is rampant adopted in building construction, but it is often excess supply and the rest is sometimes discarded in any place which could directly reduce the soil fertility and damage the balance of the ecosystem. Thus, recycle concrete waste is a solution to overcome the problem. However, the utilization of waste as recycled aggregate needs to be studied more deeply, by conducting experimental testing and analysis of the characteristics possessed. The methods and procedures for the implementation of recycled aggregate testing are carried out with reference to ASTM standards. In this study, the concrete base material which is coarse aggregate in the form of split is replaced with light concrete debris waste (LPBR) with composition (50% LPBR and 50% Split) and the average compressive strength is measured. The composite samples are tested on 28th day, the concrete compressive strength and modulus of elasticity results indicated 17.740 MPa and 20024.43 MPa respectively.

Keywords: Building construction, Concrete Compressive Strength, Recycle concrete waste

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3. YahanHao and QuanchangRen, "Experimental research on mechanical properties of recycled aggregate concrete," 2011 International Conference on Multimedia Technology, Hangzhou, 2011, pp. 1539-1542.
4. J. Zhao, "The Application of Recycled Concrete Environmental Impact Analysis," 2010 International Conference on Digital Manufacturing & Automation, Changsha, 2010, pp. 629-631.
5. Zong-ping Chen, Feng Liu, Hua-haiZheng and Jian-yang Xue, "Research on the bearing capacity of recycled aggregate concrete-filled circle steel tube column under axial compression loading," 2010 International Conference on Mechanic Automation and Control Engineering, Wuhan, 2010, pp. 1198-1201.
6. Zong-ping Chen, Xiang-hua Chen, Xiao-junKe and Jian-yang Xue, "Experimental study on the mechanical behavior of recycled aggregate coarse concrete-filled square steel tube column," 2010 International Conference on Mechanic Automation and Control Engineering, Wuhan, 2010, pp. 1313-1316.
7. Fan Zhang, Rong-gen Pan and Shao-jun Yu, "Study on engineering performance improvement of recycled concrete aggregates from old cement concrete pavement blocks," 2011 International Conference on Electric Technology and Civil Engineering (ICETCE),Lushan, 2011, pp. 2621-2624.
8. X. Qiu, Y. Zhou and B. Lei, "Research on Durability of Recycled Concrete," 2015 Seventh International Conference on Measuring Technology and Mechatronics Automation, Nanchang, 2015, pp. 863-865.
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Authors:

Muhammad Aldin, Muh.Arsyad Thaha, Mukhsan Putra Hatta

Paper Title:

Alternative Planning for Safety Building of Namrole Beach in South Buru regency-Maluku

Abstract: Namrole coast faces erosion problems due to changes in the coastline because of the settlement is near to the coast where the buffer zone has not been planned. Thus, during the wave season, the settlement is within reach of wave run up. The results of the analysis of coastal building selection were carried out by alternative study methods and modeling of coastal buildings using Coastal Engineering Design and Analysis System (CEDAS)-NEMOS application. From the several models of beach building modeled, Seawall was chosen as a coastal protection building with the design characteristics of the foot depth at 0.5 m, wave height rupture at the end of the building 0.4 m, seawall elevation 2.8 MSL and minimum diameter of building foot protection stone of 22 cm.

Keywords: sea defence building, hindcasting, NEMOS, seawall, Namrole beach

References:

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Authors:

Ong Shen Chien, Sami Abdelrahman Musa, Elhassan Mostafa Abdallah

Paper Title:

Numerical Simulation of Alkaline – Surfactant – Polymer Flooding for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Abstract: Chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR), has drawn increasing interest and identified as an effective enhanced oil recovery method. Despite the collapse of oil prices since 2014, operators still see ASP flooding as opportunities for increasing recovery factors from known oil accumulations. The simulation has been carried out on a 3-dimensional homogeneous synthetic model using Schlumberger’s Eclipse software. Waterflooding act as primary case has a recovery of 47%. Simulation involved compised of ASP Formulation Development. Key results showed that Single chemical flooding gives recovery range of 50-60%. Concentration for cost effective surfactant-polymer (SP), alkaline-polymer (AP) and alkaline-surfactant (AS) coupled has been determined gives presentable recovery range from 58% to 72% at reduced cost. Concentration of ASP flooding optimized to 20 lb/stb alkaline, 5 lb/stb surfactant and 1 lb/stb polymer, gives optimized recovery of 81% from 47% waterflooding.

Keywords: Enhanced oil recovery (EOR), ASP flooding, Schlumberger’s Eclipse software

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Authors:

M. Karunakaran, P. Sivakumar, N. Chira

Paper Title:

Electrostatic Precipitator in Ash Removal System: A Comprhensive Review

Abstract: Electrostatic precipitator became one of the key spot in removing harmful particulates coming out from various industries. Since the potential benefits are resulting through the use of electro static precipitator, investigation in this area is growing continuously and there are numerous projects in this moment all over the world. Hence in this paper a comprehensive review is attempted to focus the various issues in implementing precipitator. Furthermore, the detailed investigations towards the enhancement of collection efficiency of precipitator are also addressed in this work.

Keywords: Electrostatic precipitator, collection efficiency, power converter, high pulse, single stage and two stage precipitators.

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Authors:

A. Vimala, S.Manikandan, M.Darani kumar, S. Charumathi, A. Priyadharshini

Paper Title:

Implementation of Energy Efficient Partial FFT Processor for Wireless Communication System

Abstract: The Processor which is widely used in the orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) communication system is the Fast Fourier Transform. To improve the transmission performance in OFDMA system, resource allocation is implemented. In this context, we designed and found the partial cached Fast Fourier Transform Processor which satisfies the purpose for the distribution of allocation resources to the user of the OFDMA system. We designed 128 point partial cached FFT Processor. This paper presented by using energy efficient partial FFT processor for wireless communication systems.

Keywords: DIT-Decimation in Time, FFT-Fast Fourier transform

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Authors:

C Sivarami Reddy, V Ramachandra Prasad, K Jayalakshmi

Paper Title:

Numerical Simulation of Natural Convection of Micropolar Fluid in a Rectangular Porous Enclosure

Abstract: The microploar fluid in a unsteady free convection of two dimensional rectangular porous enclosure has been examinednumerically. Thenon-dimensional coupled nonlinear partial differential equations is solved bystaggered gridbased projection method (MAC . The vertical walls of the rectangular enclosure are maintained with different temperatures while both bottom and top walls of the enclosure are considered adiabatic. The heat transfer has been studiedforinfluence of the Rayleigh number (Ra), vortex viscosity parameter (K) and Darcy parameter (Da) on fluid flow.The local Nureduces with augment of vortex viscosity parameter (K) but it enhance with rise ofDarcy number are illustrates in the results 

Keywords: Porous medium; micropolar fluid; MAC Method; Natural convection; staggered grid.

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Authors:

Kian Lam Tan, Chen Kim Lim

Paper Title:

Malaysian Music Augmented Reality (MMAR): Development of Traditional Musical Instruments Using Augmented Reality

Abstract: The public music schooling course of study in Malaysia was brought in as a required subject into the primary schools since 1983 through the program of "Integrated Primary School Curriculum". The predominant intention of Malaysian music education is for pupils to improve an curiosity and an appreciation of music and songs of the Malaysian culture. In addition, the specific aim of music education in the Integrated Primary School Curriculum is to provide students who’ve a basic awareness then understanding of music, similarly as minimum skills in composing music. When comparing to traditional method (non-interactive), one of the drawbacks is the missing level of realism. Therefore, an Augmented Reality (AR) based approach may offer a way out to enhance the visual information. AR technology has been established and matured to the peak where the education sector can use it for effective teaching and learning especially to provide realistic learning experience to the students. In addition, the Ministry of Higher Education is strongly urging to get on board of the digital transformation since AR is one of the nine pillars that define Industry 4.0. The objectives of this research has two folds: (i) to promote Malaysian music education especially the traditional musical instrument to young generation by exploiting the technology from AR and (ii) to develop an AR application by enriching the digital content on top of the traditional musical instrument to help the students in the primary school to understand and learn the traditional musical instruments anywhere and at anytime. This research is found to be able to support interactions between students in the class, cultivating more interest in traditional music and instruments through the smooth transition between the reality and virtuality, as the interaction with a computer can improve the interest in learning and teaching. 

Keywords: Augmented reality, Mobile learning, Randomized psychoacoustic model.

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Authors:

Muhamadaimanshah Adnan, N.M. Nik Arni, M.O. Balkish

Paper Title:

A Comparison of Image Grouping Techniques of Content Based Image Retrieval Using K- Means Clustering Algorithm

Abstract: Content Based Image Retrieval (CBIR) system is an alternative approach to Text Based Image Retrieval (TBIR) system in retrieving the images. The system consists of three phases which are feature extraction, image grouping and image retrieval. This study focused on colour feature for feature extraction process, image grouping for grouping images according to their characteristic similarities. For image retrieval, several well-known clustering techniques were introduced and applied to CBIR system. The clustering technique of K-Means type is the most preferable clustering technique since it is easy to be implemented and also fast computation. However, because of many improvement that have been done towards this technique, there exist variations of K-Means clustering algorithms. Thus, in this research, a comparison performance among three types of K-Means clustering algorithms, namely the basic K-Means, Fuzzy K-Means and K-Harmonic Means algorithms is performed. Four validation techniques are used for determining the most efficient algorithm in retrieving the images, which were Davies-Bouldin index (DB), Calinski-Harabasz index (CH), Dunn index (Dunn) and Silhouette width (SC). Based on these four validation techniques, the K-Harmonic Means clustering algorithm was found to be the best clustering algorithms in grouping image dataset.

Keywords:  Image Grouping Techniques, Content Based Image Retrieval, K-Means clustering algorithm.

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Authors:

Soong Cai Juan, Rosshairy Abd. Rahman, Razamin Ramli

Paper Title:

Prioritizing the Nutrients of Grouper Fish For Feed Formulation using Inversely Proportional to the Variance and Weighted Sum of Z-Scores

Abstract: Grouper fish requires several important nutrients such as crude protein, crude fibre and calcium to maintain its healthiness and growth. However, it is very hard to determine the priority of the nutrients in order to formulate the grouper feed. Therefore, in this paper, the priority of the nutrients is investigated using two methods which are optimal characteristic of inversely proportional to the variance and weighted sum of z-scores. Data was collected from 30 manufactures of grouper fish feed meal and analysis were done by using inversely proportional to the variance and weighted sum of z-scores respectively via SPSS, Statdisk Software and Microsoft Excel. Result shown that weighted sum of z-scores is more appropriate and better method compare with inversely proportional to the variance. The priority of nutrients using weighted sum of z-scores are crude ash, follow by crude protein, phosphorus, crude fat, crude fibre and calcium. This vital information can be considered in such as further study in formulating the nutrients for grouper fish feed.

Keywords: Grouper, Feed formulation, Weighted sum of Z-scores, Inversely proportional to the variance, Nutrient requirements.

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Authors:

Devendran Indiran, Munira Ismail, Zaidi Isa

Paper Title:

Financial Bubble Theory and the Log Periodic Power Law Application to Malaysian Stock Market

Abstract: Financial bubbles crashes phenomena has puzzled the economists for decades. The Efficient Market Hypotheses states that the stock market is efficient and all stock prices reflect all information. However, despite the efficient market hypothesis, financial bubbles which lead to financial crashes still persist in the market. This paper attempts to deviate from the efficient market hypothesis, and aimed to explore the causes of financial bubbles. Financial bubbles can be formed as a result of irrational euphoria, heterogeneous beliefs, positive feedback trading, synchronization failure among the traders, level of testosterone of traders and many other factors. Next, we discuss on the methods that has been developed to capture the bubbles and predict the financial crashes. There are numerous evidences that have shown that LPPL model is able to predict the financial crashes. Modifications have been made to this model to increase its efficiency in predicting financial crashes. We will additionally discuss on the implications of the Log Periodic Power Law model and also the changed versions in predicting financial crashes.

Keywords: Financial bubbles, Financial crashes, Log-Periodic Power Law.

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Authors:

Jiraporn Thomkaew , Sornsawan Chan – u- dom , Namchai Srisuksai

Paper Title:

Geographic Information Retrieval Student Dormitory

Abstract: This research aims to study the characteristics of geographic information systems of student dormitories at Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya. Nakhon Si Thammarat Campus. Design and development a geographic information retrieval system for student dormitories at Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya. Nakhon Si Thammarat Campus. And evaluate the user satisfaction assessment of the geographic information retrieval system. Defining the area around Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya 3 km. Location survey of student dormitories. Apply Google+ technology for latitude and longitude coordinates of dormitories. The database was created using MySQL and developed web applications with PHP language. It also applied the Google Map API technology for mapping of dormitories. The research found that the area around the university has 87 dormitories, 3 types such as: female dormitories, male dormitories and shared dormitories. Each dormitory offers different services and facilities. Development of geographic information retrieval systems Student dormitories can design and development system within the scope of research. Students can retrieve the information of the dormitory from the name, price and location of the dormitory. The user satisfaction assessment of the geographic information retrieval system was high satisfactory.

Keywords: Geographic, Information Retrieval, GIS

References:

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  9. Issara Chuenta, Information Retrieval In Thai Northeast Travel Utilizing Ontology, (Information Technology Journal Vol. 10, No. 2, July - December 2014, 2014).

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Authors:

Muhammad Azrin Ahmad, Nor Haniza Sarmin, Wan Heng Fong, Yuhani Yusof, Noraziah Adzhar

Paper Title:

Second Order Limit Language with Two Cutting Sites

Abstract: The study of recombinant conduct of bi-stranded Deoxyribonucleic acid particles with the presence of chose confinement compound and ligase leads to the development of mathematical modelling of splicing system. Therefore, molecular biologists start focusing more on splicing systems. The splicing language that is generated from the splicing system is categorized into inert/adult, transient and limit languages. Recently, the study of the limit language has been extended to the second order limit language. Previous researchers have focused their study on the three categories of splicing language. A normal splicing system with no restriction on the number of cutting site and the properties of the rule result to non-existence of the second request limit language. Within this paper, existence of the second request limit language in a type of splicing framework, namely the Y-G splicing framework is investigated in which there are two cutting sites in the set of rules.

Keywords: splicing system; splicing language; limit language; DNA

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Authors:

Sivasubramanian R, Siva sundar S, Umakhesan A, Rajavel M, Saravanan M

Paper Title:

Design and Development of Electromagnetic Braking System

Abstract: Electromagnetic brake slows down a moving object by means of electromagnetic induction, in which it will create a resistance. A pressure is created by the Friction brakes on two separate objects to gradually reduce the speed of the vehicle in a controlled way. The current of the magnet turns in the form of heat of the plate which will reduce the kinetic energy. In this magnetic type of braking system whenever force is applied by the driver on the brake pedal the intensity of braking is sensed by a pressure transducer and delivers the output actuating signals to the microprocessor. This controller sends a signal to the capacitor and from the respective unit a pulsating D.C. current is sent to the power pack.[8-9] As per the driver’s requirement a proportionate torque is developed to decelerate the vehicle. 

Keywords: Electromagnetic brake, electromagnetic induction, Friction brakes, microprocessor.

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  6. M. Saravanan1 T. R. Manoj 2 P. Meiyazhagan3 R. Mathi4 M. Murali Manoharan5,I2018),’ Design and Fabrication of Contactless Braking System with Eddy Current’, International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 6, Issue 02,pp.3623-3625.
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  8. Y.Li, B.P.Tang, J.G.Han, X.N.Lu, N.N.Hu, Z.Z.He ,(2015),The structure healthy  condition monitoring and fault diagnosis methods in wind turbines: A  review, Renewable  and Sustainable Energy Reviews,Elsevier,Vol.44,pp.      466-472.
  9. Vinodkumar.S1, Sujay jairaman2, Anvesh.P3, Viswanath.G4 improvement of braking efficiency in vehicle by using fusion braking system, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Volume: 04 Issue: 08,pp.527-529.
  10. Sheeba Rani, R.Maheswari, V.Gomathy and P.Sharmila “Iot driven vehicle license plate extraction approach” in International Journal of Engineering and Technology(IJET) , Volume.7, pp 457-459, April 2018
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Authors:

Biswajeet Champaty, Suraj Nayak, Kunal Pal

Paper Title:

Development of an Electrooculogram-based Human-Computer Interface for Hands-Free Control of Assistive Devices

Abstract: The current study proposes the development of an electrooculogram (EOG)-based human-computer interface (HCI) for hands-free control of assistive devices. A commercially available robotic arm was customized and used as a representative assistive device. The EOG signal was acquired in a laptop using the developed EOG data acquisition module (EOG-DAQ). The acquired EOG signals were classified using a novel dynamic threshold algorithm. The control signals were generated by simultaneous events of hall-effect (HE) sensor activation and eye movement detection. This control mechanism was employed to avoid false activation of the assistive device. The transmission of the control signals to the robotic arm was performed using Xbee communication protocol. The performance of the developed system was evaluated by a customized pick-and-place experiment by 10 human volunteers. All the volunteers were able to perform the tasks successfully. The execution time could be reduced with a short training to the volunteers. 

Keywords: Electrooculogram (EOG), human-computer interface (HCI), hall-effect (HE)

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Authors:

Kuldeep P. Sambrekar, Vijay S. Rajpurohit

Paper Title:

Fast and Efficient Agro Data Classification Model for Agriculture Management System using Hierarchical Cloud Computing

Abstract: Data analytics (DA), Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing framework are employed to build a cost efficient and productive agriculture management system. The remote sensing forecasting and GIS Technology provide various sensory information to stake holders/users such as rainfall pattern, weather related data (such as temperature, humidity, pressure etc.). These sensory data are of unstructured format. The existing system lack efficiency in performing analysis on such data. Since it fails to bring good tradeoff between speedup and memory efficiency. To overcome these research challenges, this work presents an Accurate Classification Model (ACM) for Agriculture Management System (AMS). Firstly, a selective clustering algorithm is proposed to classify unstructured multi-dimensional selective agriculture data to structured format. Further, this work presents a novel hierarchical clustering model to perform clustering on output data of selective clustering algorithm and stores the data on standard Hierarchical cloud storage architecture. A parallel algorithm to perform classification of structured data using Hadoop MapReduce framework is presented. Experiments are conducted on real-time agricultural data. The results obtained indicate a considerable improvement over exiting model in terms of computation cost, latency, accuracy, memory efficiency and speedup. 

Keywords: Agriculture data clustering, Map-reduce framework for agriculture, Cloud data Storage optimization, Hierarchical data on cloud.

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Authors:

M. S. Premalatha, B. Ramakrishnan

Paper Title:

TDWOA: Effective Triple DES with Whale Optimization Algorithm for Trust Based Offloading System

Abstract: In Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC), offloading may be a fashionable scheme projected to reinforce the characteristics of portable devices by extenuating complex calculations to capable cloud servers. Efficiency in security and energy consumption point of view, offloading is most important. It actually demonstrates the new disputes over security vulnerabilities by the unauthorized users. Among doable security problems are temporal arrangement threads that aren't secured by ancient scientific discipline security. Therefore, the first intension is to propose secure and economical offloading approach to writing methodology to be performed with the assistance of Triple DES rule personal key by activity server and also the optimum key choice is completed by the “Whale Optimization algorithm (WOA)”. The experimental results are presented to ensure the efficiency of this research. The proposed TDWOA technique is analyzed with various existing algorithms to ensure the security over computational offloading in cloud.

Keywords: Offloading, Trust Management, encryption, Whale Optimization, Triple DES

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Authors:

Omer Hatem

Paper Title:

Image Content based Topological Analysis for Friend Recommendation on Twitter

Abstract: Recently, there has been increase in usage of social media platform i.e., Twitter for sharing information, personal interests and breaking news during emergencies. One of the main challenges in twitter application is friend recommendation. In this paper, we propose a Novel Image Content based Topology Analysis for Friend Recommendation (IICTA-FR) for overcoming the challenges of finding the similar people. In IICTA-FR, we construct topology based tweet analysis and Image content analysis to find relevant friend for Twitter users. In this work, we provide a framework to compute relationship strength for ties based on directed interactions between users. The proposed ICTA-FR framework produces a directed and weighted graph where the nodes and edges represent Twitter users, and user interactions respectively. Further, each weight in the directed edge represents about the probability of any interaction going from the edge source to the edge destination in the future. This weight is based on both tweet analysis and image analysis. We used hierarchical generative model for understanding the images posted in twitter through a visual model. We used logistic regression based model for calculating the edge scores in the graph. The proposed methodology has been validated on real Twitter data and found to give better results than the existing state of art algorithms in terms success rate.

Keywords: Twitter, Recommendation Systems, Image, Tweet, Topology. 

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Authors:

B. Shyamala, Brahmananda. S. H

Paper Title:

Human Neurological Disorders Estimation using Different Machine Learning Techniques: Survey

Abstract: We report the findings of a total population survey of the people are becoming more and more restless and breaking apart with the mental illness called as mental disorders. There is a terrific growth in the number of people suffering and also the types of disorders are also rampaging in the brains of the people. With the growing technology there has been a thorough translation and now we can use the machine learning techniques far more efficient than any other for the prediction of disorders in the people and their conditions. The count has passed through a billion and there are a wide variety of disorders ranging over 600+ types causing several deaths every year. By the incorporation of the ML and DM the rationality of the prediction has increased and the dimensionality has also hiked from the past methods.

Keywords: Machine Learning, Disorders, Predictions, Data Mining.

References:

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Authors:

Qutaiba Humadi Mohammed, E.Srinivasa Reddy

Paper Title:

Exploring Missing Data using Adaptive LASSO Regression Imputation in Relation to Parkinson’s Disease

Abstract: Parkinson’s disease (PD) belongs to a class of chronic disorders that has degenerative neurological symptoms. In the clinical trials, different results falling in the areas of binary, ordinal, and continuous are analyzed to detect manifestation of the symptoms of this disease. A global test statistic is used to comprehensively evaluate the impact of all sorts of results. However, this disease predominantly faces the challenge of missing data that arise in the clinical results for varied reasons such as dropout, death, etc., therefore, imputation of such missing data must be carried out before conducting an intent-to-treat analysis. In fact, accuracy in data pertaining to disease progression may not be possible through statistical analysis without application of an appropriate mechanism that effectively handles missing data. In the p[resent paper, an Adaptive LASSO Imputation method has been proposed with its foundational basis on item response theory so that multiple imputations can be performed while dealing with multiple sources of correlation. The Root Mean Square Error (RMSE) formula was applied to evaluate the precision of each imputation method. The obtained results prove the better performance analysis of the proposed technique over all the known different algorithms.

Keywords: HDD [High –Dimensional Data], Multiple Imputations, Regression, Missing Data

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Authors:

Mohanasundari L, Sivakumar P, Chitra N

Paper Title:

Feature Extraction through Chaotic Metrics for Weld Flaw Classification

Abstract: Most of the Mechanical structures formed by metals are only through the fusion of metals at high temperatures through various welding methods. The strength of the structures depends only on the perfection in welding process failing in which would lead to loss of structural stability. This ultimately results in disasters and attracts huge investment to reconstruct the structures. It is always preferred to check the quality of the weld before the final welded structure is used for its actual application. Though visual inspections could solve problems tentatively valid for low production rates, there are scenarios where visual inspection fails and needs high end methods to analyze the quality of welded joints. Several measurement techniques have evolved and help the user community. The paper aims at proposing a novel feature extraction namely, Kolmogorov-Sinai Entropy which is widely used in chaotic analysis. The classification of weld flaws are done along with the additional metrics such as kurtosis and skewness calculated from the x-ray images took from ‘GRIMA’ open database. 

Keywords: Mechanical structures, welding methods, kurtosis and skewness calculated from

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Authors:

R. Sofia, D. Sivakumar

Paper Title:

Certain Investigations for Human Emotion Classification with Sugeno Model of ANFIS

Abstract: Emotion detection has always been a challenging task in our day today life. Identifying emotion of a person will be useful in many areas like in medical field, in interviews, in education, in working environment and so on. Human mind can be read in several ways like, by their standing position, by hand keeping position, but emotion detection by using a human face will be a best choice because of its numerous muscle movements for even a small emotion, and moreover hiding a real feel through face is quite difficult. Emotions are basically classified into Happy, sad, anger, disgust, neutral, fear. The aim of this paper is achieving 100% Human emotion detection using Sugeno model in Adaptive Neuro fuzzy interface system (ANFIS). In this work, initially the human face will be detected. From the detected face the eyes, mouth and eyebrows are extracted and for this feature the various dimensions are measured and the ANFIS is trained with these measurement to identify the emotion of a human. And their performance is justified with various performance measures such as confusion matrix, Regression Plot, Mean Absolute Error, Error Plot, and Error Histogram.

Keywords: Sugeno model, ANFIS, Confusion matrix, Error Histogram, Mean Absolute Error, Error Plot, Regression Plot.

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Authors:

P. Kingston Stanley, Sanjeevi Gandhi. A, K. Suresh Kumar, S. Kalidass

Paper Title:

Process Optimization of Color Removal from an Industrial Azo Dye

Abstract: Pure and hygienic water is of great demand but most of the water sources are being contaminated by a variety of pollutants on a daily basis. Effluents from textile industries is one of the prominent causes of water pollution. They contain a mixture of various aromatic and azo dyes, which are made of complex structures and are highly recalcitrant. The dye color in the water bodies become a major aesthetic problem along with other ecological problems. A number of physical and chemical methods are available for dye removal apart from aerobic and anaerobic biological degradation. A majority of these methods have limitations and are less successful in the complete dye removal. Metal nanoparticles are recently being employed in the decolorization of the textile dyes and they show promising results in comparison to other conventional methods. The output of this paper is to design a high efficient process with complete automation. Instrumentation setup plays a major role in the automation of the process.

Keywords: Color removal, Nano particle, Color optical sensor.

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Authors:

P. Vjiay Daniel, A. Sanjeevi Gandhi

Paper Title:

Enhanced Conventional PID controller for Temperature Control in Woody Gasifier using Searching Algorithms

Abstract: This paper focused on the design of improved Proportional Integral and Derivative (PID) controller in terms of optimum parameters of PID by introducing various searching algorithms. This developed controller is used to control the temperature of the downdraft biomass gasifier. Now days the PID controllers are widely used in many industrial applications due to its simplified design procedures. Though, the key issue in PID controller design involved in the optimization of optimal PID parameters for ideal system performance. In this work the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and the ANFIS based algorithm were used to obtain the PID parameters for the temperature control of downdraft biomass gasifier. The results of the simulation are obtained and it was observed that the optimized ANFIS PID controller is able to improve the performance of the closed-loop system compared to the Ziegler-Nichols tuning method, and PSO techniques with respect to the transient responses and performance indices.

Keywords: PID tuning, PSO algorithm, ANFIS algorithm, optimization, Ziegler-Nichols Method, biomass Gasifier.

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