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Ocean Engineering ITB Master/Graduate Student Field Trip

August 26-29th, 2013

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  • 1. Initial Meeting Nanyang Technological University (NTU) National University of Singapore (NUS) Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) Irsan Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Ph.D Head of Ocean Engineering Program August 2013 Ocean Engineering Master Program Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering (FCEE) Institut Teknologi Bandung
  • 2. Outline Introduction Laboratory Facility Researches Product Student Activities
  • 3. Introduction What is Ocean Engineering Ocean Engineering is a field of study about building structure in the ocean whether it is on or off the shore. Moreover ocean engineering also studies how to control the ocean environment to benefit human life.
  • 4. Introduction Ocean Engineering Program ITB (Under Graduated) • Start in 1985 by New Ocean Engineering Program, World Bank Project XVII. • Since 1994 start receive students from national exam entry. • Ocean Engineering is under the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering. • Ocean Engineering (OE) Program of ITB has been accredited by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) for 6 years (2011-2017) • We are First Ocean Engineering Program Outside of US that Accredited by ABET
  • 5. Introduction Ocean Engineering Master Program ITB • Ocean Engineering master’s program was established in 2002 as a specialized program under the Department of Civil Engineering. • In 2005, following a reorganization of ITB, Ocean Engineering master’s program became a graduate program under the Department of Ocean Engineering. • Since 2008, fast track program added from Undergraduate Programs link to Master Program. • In 2011, Ocean Engineering Master Program had been accredited A by Badan Akreditasi Nasional – Perguruan Tinggi (BAN-PT).
  • 6. Introduction Ocean Engineering Interest Coastal Port and JettyUnderwater Accoustic Ocean Environment Control Ocean Engineering Interest Offshore Ocean Energy
  • 7. Introduction Faculty Member
  • 8. Introduction Faculty Member Speciality Muslim Muin, Ph.D 3-D Ocean Model Hydrodynamics, Sediment Transport Model, Water Quality Model, Wave and Structure Interaction, Oil Spill Model, Tsunami, GIS, Structural Dynamic Prof. Hangtuah Salim Met Ocean Analysis, Design of Port Infrastructure and Design of Berthing Structure/Wharf, Boat Landing) Prof. Ricky Lukman Tawekal Structural Engineering, Offshore Structures Design, Pipeline, and Naval Architecture Hasan Bachri, M.Eng. Reclamation and Dredging, Port - harbor design and development Andojo Wurjanto, Ph.D. Meteorological and Oceanographic (Metocean) Parameters, Wave-Coastal Structures Interaction, Simulation of Coastal Physical Process Dr. Syawaluddin Hutahaean Coastal structure such as shore protection, fishery and marine culture infrastructure planning and coastal dynamics Irsan S. Brodjonegoro, Ph.D. Meteorological and Oceanographic (Met Ocean) Data Acquisition, Hydrographic Survey, Underwater Acoustics, Structural Acoustics, Acoustical Oceanography, Broadband Acoustical Imaging, Marine Geo-mechanic, Acoustical Imaging Krisnaldi Idris, Ph.D. Hydrodynamics, fluid-structures interactions, floating structure, ocean energy Harman Ajiwibowo, Ph.D. Scouring under Structures, Surf zone, Hydrodynamics, Wave-Structures Interactions, Reinforced Concrete for Coastal Structures
  • 9. Introduction Sri Murti Adiyastuti, Ph.D Structural analysis and mechanic of ocean structure material, corrosion and Marine concrete Rildova, Ph.D Structural Engineering, Offshore Structures Design, Pipeline Dr. Hendra Achiari Coastal management and environment such as numerical model in ocean environment and process Dr. Hendriyawan Marine geotechnical engineering, soil mechanic, offshore foundation; Soil improvement; slope stability; foundations; geotechnical earthquake engineering Dr. Nita Yuanita Coastal management and environment, numerical model on sediment transport and coastal sedimentation Dr. Paramashanti Structural analysis and mechanic of ocean structure material Ahmad Mukhlis Firdaus, MT Meteorological and Oceanographic (Metocean) Parameters ,Wave-Coastal Structures Interaction, Simulation of Coastal Physical Process, Marine Renewable Energy Eko Charnius Ilman, MT Pipeline Engineering, Marine Engineering Faculty Member Speciality
  • 10. Outline Introduction Laboratory Facility Researches Product Student Activities
  • 11. Laboratory Facility No text of specified style in document.-1 Location of Ocean Engineering Laboratory • Ocean Engineering (OE) laboratory established in 1994. • All OE students have access to laboratory facility and field instrument to conduct experiments and ocean measurements. • Students are also exposed to ocean engineering experiment and measurement • OE laboratory not only used for OE students but also companies that want to do experiment and ocean measurement
  • 12. Laboratory Facility • Flow Channel and Turbine Conversion Testing Flow channel with length of 20 meters that can generate flow with maximum velocity of 0.50 m/s. This channel is operated with suction and injection pump system.
  • 13. Laboratory Facility • 3-D Wave Basin 3-D Wave Basin Specification Dimension • Length • Width • Depth 12 m 10 m 1 m Maximum Water Depth 60 cm Maxium Wave Height (in max water depth) 32 cm Period Range 1,2 – 14,4 s Machine Power 15 kW
  • 14. Laboratory Facility • Towing Tank Towing Tank Specification Ship Model Dimension • Length 1 to 2,5 m Water Depth 0 to 1,5 m Towing Speed 0 to 5 m/s Machine Power 3 phase 3.7 kW 5 Hp 1400 RPM Inverter and PLC VLT 2855 380 V 50/60 Hz 10,6 A Danfoss PLC LG Master
  • 15. Laboratory Facility • 2-D Wave Flume 2-D Wave Flume Specification Dimension • Length • Width • Depth 40 m 1.2 m 1 .4 m Maximum Water Depth 80 cm Maxium Wave Height (in max water depth) 29 cm Period Range 1,8 – 16 s Machine Power 7.5 kW
  • 16. Outline Introduction Laboratory Facility Researches Product Student Activities
  • 17. Researches Product • A-jack Armor Material Development
  • 18. Researches Product • Skirted Pile Foundation Breakwater
  • 19. Researches Product • Perforated Skirt Breakwater
  • 20. Researches Product • Pontoon Type Floating Breakwater
  • 21. Researches Product • Tidal Current Energy Conversion Research
  • 22. Researches Product • Wave Energy Conversion Research
  • 23. Researches Product • Wave Rider Wave Rider Test Report Optimum Water Depth 60 cm Maximum RPM (in optimum water depth) 1100 RPM Maxium Power (in optimum water depth) 180 W Voltage Range 3 – 60 V Ampere Range 1,5 – 3 A
  • 24. Outline Introduction Laboratory Facility Researches Product Student Activities
  • 25. Student Activities Competition First Place in Marine Innovation and Technology Competition (MITC) 2012 at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November (ITS), Surabaya. Won Favorite Prototype in Lomba Karya Cipta Maritim Nasional (LOKARINA) 2012 at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November (ITS) di Surabaya
  • 26. Student Activities Competition First Place in National Innovation Competition 2011
  • 27. Student Activities Field Trip
  • 28. Student Activities Expo and Exhibition
  • 29. THANK YOU

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