Rancang Bangun Pendeteksi Kebocoran Dengan Menggunakan Water Flow Sensor Berbasis Wi-Fi

Manik, Ronaldo Gabe (2018) Rancang Bangun Pendeteksi Kebocoran Dengan Menggunakan Water Flow Sensor Berbasis Wi-Fi. Diploma thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Jaringan pipa merupakan transportasi fluida-fluida penting seperti air, minyak dan gas. Memantau jaringan pipa air bawah tanah lebih sulit daripada memantau jalur pipa air yang berada di atas tanah di ruang terbuka. Keadaan ini akan menyebabkan kerugian permanen jika terjadi gangguan pada pipa seperti kebocoran. Kebocoran pada pipa terdiri dari dua jenis yaitu kebocoran non fisik dan fisik. Faktor-faktor yang menyebabkan kebocoran yaitu umur pipa, karat, dan faktor alam. Cara mendeteksi kebocoranya menggunakan sistem mekanika fluida dan fisika kinematika berdasarkan data laju air yang didapatkan dari water flow sensor meter dan disambungkan dengan mikrokontroler. Ketika mendapatkan data debit air pada pipa distribusi nantinya akan diketahui lokasi letak kebocoran dari pipa tersebut, kemudian prototype akan di pasang dengan water flow sensor di empat titik pipa yang terletak di ujung dan ditengah-tengah pipa, sehingga dapat mengetahui letak kebocoranya. Di sistem distribusi air ini data akan di olah di Arduino shield yang nantinya akan di upload di WiFi. Sehingga dapat di-monitoring melalui WiFi tanpa harus ketempat lokasi kebocoran. Hasil pengujian dari prototype ini yaitu ketika terjadi kebocoran maka nilai flow akan mengalami penurunan namun flow yang letaknya sebelum kebocoran tidak terjadi penurunan, lalu rata-rata eror keempat sensor adalah 2,1735%. Kemudian kemampuan prototype ini dalam mendeteksi kebocoran sebesar 0%-18%.============================================================Water distribution is generally installed through undergound pipes. Network monitor underground water pipes more difficult than monitoring pipelines of the water that was on the ground in open space. This situation will cause a permanent loss in case of disorders of the pipe as it leaks. A leak in the pipe can be caused by several factors, such as age of pipelines, corrosion, incorrect installation, and natural disasters. Therefore, the solution is required to detect a leak in pipe . How to detect the leaks using a system of fluid mechanics and physics kinematics based on data rate of water obtained from the water flow sensor and connected with microcontroller. When getting data on water distribution pipes discharge will be known the location of leaks from the pipe, then the prototype would be in pairs with water flow sensor in four-point pipe at the end and middle of the pipe, so it can know the leak location. In this water distribution system data will be in processed in Arduino Shield that will be uploaded with Wi-Fi. So it can be monitored via Wi-Fi without must go to the place leak location. The test results from this prototype is when the leakage occurs then the value of flow will decrease but the flow is located before the leak does not occur decrease, then the average error of the four sensors is 2.1735%. Then the ability of this prototype in detecting leakage of 0%-18%.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: RSEO 629.89 Man r
Uncontrolled Keywords: WI-FI, Water Flow Sensor, LabView, Kebocoran
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5103.2 Wireless communication systems. Two way wireless communication
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5105.585 TCP/IP (Computer network protocol)
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK7871.674 Detectors. Sensors
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5101 Telecommunication
Divisions: Faculty of Vocational > 36304-Automation Electronic Engineering
Depositing User: Ronaldo Gabe Manik
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2020 04:29
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2020 04:29
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/58960

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