Simulation Of River Pond Scenario On Reducing The Discharge Peak Of Ngotok River

Idfi, Gilang (2017) Simulation Of River Pond Scenario On Reducing The Discharge Peak Of Ngotok River. In: Final Assignment, Civil Engineering Department. Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning.

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Ngotok river is a natural channel that act as the waterbody of thirteen river branches and three drainage outlets. The catchment area of Ngotok River is about 722 km2. This river is important for Mojokerto District, since it plays an important role on controlling the yearly flood. Many efforts have been done to solve this flood problems but it remains unsolve satisfactorily yet. Therefore, a research is taken to give one other possibility to overcome the flood effects caused by very high discharge peak at every rainy season. The aim of this research is to distribute the discharge peak by creating some scenarios on releasing the amout of discharge by building pond at any river banch. By these, it can be known the best scenario of distributing the discharge peak based on the time of release and the place of builded pond. It offer 5 scenarios of the amount of ponds i.e. by simulating 2 ponds, 3 ponds, 5 ponds, 6 ponds, 7 ponds at any river banks respectively.. The result of study showed that scenario-3 with 5 ponds is the best scenario to reduce the peak discharge of Ngotok River. This scenario become reduce the peak discharge amount 507.63 m³/s and the depth of water amount 1.460 m

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kali Ngotok; Banjir; Kolam Retensi
Subjects: T Technology > TC Hydraulic engineering. Ocean engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Civil Engineering > 22101-(S2) Master Thesis
Depositing User: GILANG IDFI
Date Deposited: 10 May 2017 08:12
Last Modified: 05 Mar 2019 03:55

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