Performance Analysis Of Long Storage And Tidal Controlling Gate On The Flood Of Kemuning River

Kustamar, Kustamar and Susana, Lilia Dewi and Nainggolan, Togi H. and Witjaksono, Agung and Ajizah, Masrurotul (2019) Performance Analysis Of Long Storage And Tidal Controlling Gate On The Flood Of Kemuning River. IOP Conference Series Materials Science and Engineering.

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Kemuning river flood is caused by watershed (DAS) quality factor, river capacity, and tidal influence. Effort of controlling that has been done is by making reservoir in upper stream, river normalization in the urban area, and pump installation in the mouth of river. Yet those efforts are not significantly decreasing the frequency of flood. In this paper, it proposed the installation of controlling gate in the downstream of the pump location as a means of controlling, so the current can only move one direction to the downstream of the river. The gate design is planned according to the topography of the local riverbed and utilized it as a long storage. To know the effectiveness of the plan, the performance analysis of long storage and the gate on flood of Kemuning river is conducted. The result of analysis shows that the peak of maximum hydrograph discharge Q2; Q5; Q10; Q25; Q50, is (m3/second): 121.608; 192.720; 220.258; 241.605; 263.558. The combination of long storage and one direction gate cannot control the discharge of flood for two years, therefore to control flood it needs additional water reservoir and or flood pump.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: flood, longstorage, tide, water gate
Subjects: Engineering > Civil Engineering
Divisions: Fakultas teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan > Teknik Sipil S1
Depositing User: Mr Sayekti Aditya Endra
Date Deposited: 27 Mar 2019 06:31
Last Modified: 27 Oct 2021 02:52

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