Analisis Kapabilitas Proses Welding Circulating Water Pump (CWP) I di PT.PAL Indonesia (Persero)

Anis, Anis Kusuma Wardani (2020) Analisis Kapabilitas Proses Welding Circulating Water Pump (CWP) I di PT.PAL Indonesia (Persero). Diploma thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

PT.PAL Indonesia (Persero) merupakan salah satu perusahaan besar di Indonesia yang bergerak di bidang industri perkapalan yang memproduksi kapal perang, kapal niaga, dan juga memberikan layanan jasa untuk pemeliharaan perbaikan kapal serta rekayasa umum. PT. PAL mendapatkan proyek bermacam-macam salah satunya adalah Circulating Water Pump (CWP) yang merupakan proyek rekayasa umum yang didapatkan dari PLTU Pelabuhan Ratu. CWP dibedakan menjadi dua macam, yaitu CWP I dan CWP II, namun yang banyak terdapat defect adalah CWP I yang mengalami cacat sebesar 5,76% dari target perusahaan 7% dan termasuk cacat paling besar dibandingkan produk lainnya. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui proses Welding terkendali atau tidak, menganalisis Kapabilitas Proses dan mengidentifikasi jenis cacat paling dominan pada proses Welding CWP I pada bulan juni hingga Juli 2018. Hasilnya menunjukkan proses tidak kapabel dengan indeks Kapabilitas sebesar 0,2008,dan jenis cacat paling dominan adalah slag inclusion ============================================================================================= PT. PAL Indonesia (Persero) is one of the major companies in Indonesia that is engaged in the shipping industry that produces warships, commercial vessels, and also provides services for maintenance of ship repairs and general engineering. PT. PAL has various projects, one of which is the Circulating Water Pump (CWP) which is a general engineering project obtained from the Pelabuhan Ratu PLTU. CWP is divided into two types, namely CWP I and CWP II, but there are many defects that are disabled CWP I of 5.76% of 7% and are among the biggest defects compared to other products. This study aims to determine whether the welding process is controlled or not, analyze process capability and identify the most dominant types of defects in the CWP I welding process from June to July 2018. The results show a non-capable process with capability index ( % ˆ PK p ) of 0.2008, and the most defective type the dominant is slag inclusion.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: RSSB 519.86 War a-1 • Wardani, Anis Kusuma
Uncontrolled Keywords: Analisis Kapabilitas Proses, CWP I, defect
Subjects: V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering
Depositing User: Anis Kusuma wardani
Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2020 02:54
Last Modified: 19 Nov 2020 03:37
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/81329

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