Analisa Penerapan Integrated Tug Barge Dan Self Propeller Coal Barge Untuk Angkutan Batubara Di Perairan Laut Jawa (Studi Kasus : Kalimantan Selatan – Jawa Timur)

Ali Amri, Muhammad Charis (2015) Analisa Penerapan Integrated Tug Barge Dan Self Propeller Coal Barge Untuk Angkutan Batubara Di Perairan Laut Jawa (Studi Kasus : Kalimantan Selatan – Jawa Timur). Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Pewacanaan program pemerintah untuk menerapkan proyek 10.000 MW dalam upaya memenuhi kebutuhan listrik, PLN mendirikan 35 PLTU di pulau Jawa dan di luar pulau Jawa. 3 diantaranya berada di propinsi Jawa Timur. 3 PLTU di Jawa Timur ini rata-rata memasok batubara dari Pulau Kalimantan. Selama ini proses distribusi batubara dari pulau Kalimantan ke Jawa di dominasi dengan pelayanan alat angkut Tug Barge dan Bulk Carrier. Kendala pasokan tersendat akibat cuaca buruk di Laut Jawa yang menghambat kapal konvensional tidak dapat beroperasi karena ketinggian gelombang diatas 2 meter, sehingga berdampak terjadinya pemadaman listrik bergilir. Mengacu pada kondisi yang sama di luar negri, penerapan Integrated Tug Barge sebagai moda transportasi laut untuk antisipasi gelombang tinggi, dan Self Propelled Coal Barge yang memiliki alat penggerak sendiri, penulis mencoba menganalisis mengenai penerapan alat angkut tersebut. Dari hasil yang diperoleh, penerapan Integrated Tug Barge dan Self Propelled Coal Barge ini dapat menggantikan Tug Barge Konvensional di setiap segmen. Namun pada kasus segmen PLTU 2 Jawa Timur, penerapan Self Propelled Coal Barge tidak dapat menggantikan Tug Barge Konvensional secara penuh karena masih menggunakan kombinasi dengan Bulk Carrier untuk memenuhi kebutuhan batubara 6,2 juta ton per tahun. Kombinasi segmen ini, minimal dibutuhkan 10 unit SPCB dengan Payload 12.000 ton dan 3 unit Bulk Carrier berkapasitas 43.000 ton. ================================================================================================== Discussion of government programs to implement project of 10.000 MW in an effort to meet the demand for electricity, PLN build up 35 power plants in Java and outside Java Island. 3 of them are in the province East Java, the average supply of coal from Borneo. During this process of coal distribution from Borneo to Java, the conveyance dominated by Tug Barge and Bulk Carrier. Supply constraints faltered due to bad weather in the Java Sea that inhibits conventional ships cannot operate because the wave heights above 2 meters, thus impacting the rolling blackouts. Reffering to the same conditions in a foreign country, the implementation of the Integrated Tug Barge as a mode of transportation services for the anticipation og high waves, and Self Propelled Coal Barge which has its own means of propulsion, the author tries to analyze the implementation of this transportation system. From the results obtained, the application of Integrated Tug Barge and Self Propelled Coal Barge can replace Tug Barge Conventional in each segment. But in the case of the power plant segment 2 East Java, the application of Self Propelled Coal Barge cannot replace Tug Barge Conventional fully because they use a combination of the Bulk Carrier to meet the needs of 6.2 million tons of coal per year. The combination of this segment, it takes a minimum by 10 units Self Propelled Coal Barges with payload of 12,000 tons and 3 units with a capacity of 43,000 tonne Bulk Carrier.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSPe 623.823 2 Amr a
Uncontrolled Keywords: Batubara, Laut Jawa, ITB, SPCB, Bulk Carrier, Tug Barge Konvensional
Subjects: V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering > VM 464 Towboats. Tugboats
Divisions: Faculty of Marine Technology > Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding Engineering > (S1) Undergraduate Theses
Depositing User: Mr. Tondo Indra Nyata
Date Deposited: 14 May 2018 04:51
Last Modified: 14 May 2018 04:51
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/51861

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