Pengembangan Power Management System Untuk Pembangkit Listrik Pada Kapal Tanker Berbasis Software LABVIEW

Pratama, Raynaldi (2017) Pengembangan Power Management System Untuk Pembangkit Listrik Pada Kapal Tanker Berbasis Software LABVIEW. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Power management system (PMS) untuk pembangkit listrik di kapal, dalam hal ini kapal tanker, merupakan suatu sistem yang memiliki fungsi controling dan monitoring terhadap semua generator sebagai penyedia daya listrik utama untuk semua peralatan kelistrikan atau load yang terpasang. Total load yang harus ditanggung oleh generator bergantung pada jumlah dan intensitas pemakaian load itu sendiri. Besaran total load tersebut dapat diketahui melalui PMS untuk menentukan banyaknya generator yang harus beroperasi. Jenis load tersebut dapat dikelompokkan menjadi essential dan non essential load. Pengelompokan ini berpengaruh pada kinerja generator dimana generator akan menanggung beban puncak sebesar 306.67 kW dengan kondisi seluruh peralatan kelistrikan beroperasi untuk memenuhi kebutuhan bongkar muat kapal tanker. Sedangkan pada kondisi emergency dan cut off non essential load melalui PMS telah dilakukan, generator hanya akan menanggung beban sebesar 253.88 kW untuk kebutuhan yang sama. Pada kasus paling ekstrim (total effisiensi operasi paralel sebesar 70%) generator masih dapat menanggung beban sebesar 306.6 kW dengan spare daya sebesar 52.72 kW. ============================================================================================ Power management system (PMS) for electric power generation in ship, in the case of tanker ship, is the system that has function to control and to monitor all generators in ship as the main electricity supplier for all electric equipments or installed load. The number of total load that supplied by generator depends on the frequency of the use of load itself which would be read in PMS as well. It leads the operator to take a decision on how many generator should be operate whether in parralel or stand alone operation to fulfilling the power needs. Those loads should be grouped into essential and non essential load. This groups affecting the performance of the generators, where it will covers the maximum load at 306.67 kW under the condition of all electric equipments are operated well while the cargo handling of tanker ship is on process. However, in the state of emergency while the non essential electrical equipments are being cut off trough PMS, the generator will only covers the the maximum load at 253.88 kW to fulfilling the same needs. In the extreme case (total efficiency of parralel operation at 70%), the generators would cover the total load at 306.6 kW still by sparing the generate power of 52.72 kW.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: power management; generator; total load; essential load; non essential load
Subjects: V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Marine Technology (MARTECH) > Marine Engineering > 36202-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: - RAYNALDI PRATAMA
Date Deposited: 13 Mar 2017 01:34
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2017 01:34
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/2961

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