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2022 ◽  
Vol 960 (1) ◽  
pp. 012021
Author(s):  
Adrian Vilcan ◽  
Viorel Nicolae ◽  
Ivana Martin ◽  
Mihaela Istrate

Abstract The impact of a new bridge over the Danube was estimated using a 3-step road transport model, as at the time no multimodal model was available. Different forecasts have been considered for both scenarios without the project and with the project. Also, sensitivity tests have been carried out in order to assess the impact of various bridge tolls. At the end, time savings and emissions have been estimated.


2022 ◽  
Vol 955 (1) ◽  
pp. 011001

Excellency, Drs. Bedjo Santoso, MT. Ph. D., Rector Universitas Islam Sultan Agung; Honorable, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Ismid Bin Md Said, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) UTM; Respectable, The distinguished guests and the participants, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the International Forum on Integrated Infrastructure Development (InFInID 2021) Hybrid Conference, which consists of 12th International Conference on Geotechnical Engineering in Tropical Regions (GEOTROPIKA), 2nd International Conference on Highway and Transportation Engineering (ICHITRA), and The 4th International Conference on Delta & Coastal Areas (ICCDA 4 2021), 21–22 September 2021. Due to the global health issue of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), InFInID 2021 is being held in mixed mode, offline and online. The conference is divided to Panel and Parallel session (7 parallel sessions, 3 rooms for 3 fields per session). I also want to inform that we will have ‘Best Paper’ Award for some topics and ‘Best Presenter’ Award for each session. For all presenters, do your best and catch the reward. The next step is publishing all paper to IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Scopus Index. May the conference run smoothly and the goals will be achieved. And last, but not least, I would like to thank you, our shareholders, for continuing to support us, in good times, and in difficult ones. Hope that the pandemic will leave us soon, and we will have the opportunity to meet again face to face. My best wishes to you all! Prof. Dr. Ir. S. Imam Wahyudi, DEA Chairman of ICCDA 4 List of Patrons, Advisors, Chairmen, Secretaries, Reviewer are avilable in this pdf.


2022 ◽  
Vol 956 (1) ◽  
pp. 011002

All papers published in this volume of IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science have been peer reviewed through processes administered by the Editors. Reviews were conducted by expert referees to the professional and scientific standards expected of a proceedings journal published by IOP Publishing. • Type of peer review: Double-blind • Conference submission management system: For official information, we develop using our University platform: http://aic.unsyiah.ac.id/, while for paper submission, We used the OCS conference management system: http://conference.unsyiah.ac.id/AIC-ELS/AIC2021-ELS • Number of submissions received: 30 papers • Number of submissions sent for review: 30 papers • Number of submissions accepted: 16 papers • Acceptance Rate (Number of Submissions Accepted / Number of Submissions Received X 100): 53.33% • Average number of reviews per paper: 2 papers • Total number of reviewers involved: 17 reviewers • Any additional info on review process: 1. Preliminary review 2. The papers passed the first review will be reviewed again from the following aspects: originality, innovation, technical soundness, and applicability • Contact person for queries: Dr. Nur Fadli, S. Pi., M. Sc Institute of Research and Community Services (LPPM) Universitas Syiah Kuala Jln. Teuku Nyak Arief, Gedung KPA USK, Lt.2 Darussalam, Banda Aceh 23111 Aceh, Indonesia Phone: +62 651 755 262 Email: [email protected]


2022 ◽  
Vol 960 (1) ◽  
pp. 012022
Author(s):  
E Tudor ◽  
A Marinescu ◽  
R Prejbeanu ◽  
A Vintila ◽  
T Tudorache ◽  
...  

Abstract Today, the technology of automatic battery charging based on Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) for the electric mass transit industry involving electric trains, buses and trams, is being used more and more. The modern solution described in this paper proposes an innovative technology for mixed charging of electric buses, either by wireless charging for 2-3 minutes in selected stations, or by plug-in charging at the end of the bus line, which results in only minimal energy storage on board - practically enough to get to the next charging station. The reduction of the weight of the battery packs determines the increase of the number of passengers transported, but also a reduction of the purchase price of the bus, without reducing the performances. The conversion can cost about half the price of new electric buses, depending on the condition of the vehicle and the extent of the work. This solution can be applied especially for the conversion of Diesel buses into electric buses which is not only sustainable, but also significantly better in terms of investment and operational costs, comparing with the purchase of new electric buses.


2022 ◽  
Vol 955 (1) ◽  
pp. 012015
Author(s):  
W Subiantoro ◽  
Pratiksol ◽  
R Mudiyono

Abstract Toll road ramps that connect toll roads and arterial roads are often crowded until they are jammed by the activities of workers and school deliverers. And the rush hour that occurs in the morning and evening causes congestion on toll access roads both on and off ramps. The purpose of this research to find out how the performance condition of the toll access road with the distance that is currently available.. The method used in this paper is descriptive quantitative. By using the results of the Average Daily Traffic (ADT) survey at the intersection of West Bekasi, Cibitung and West Kerawang during the morning and evening rush hours. The results of the survey and analysis using the 1997 Indonesian Road Capacity Manual (IRCM) standard obtained a ratio of volume to capacity (v/c ratio), speed and traffic density, these characteristics were then used to find the Level Of Service (LOS) obtained by LOS F (VCR >1). The conclusion from the analysis is that the performance of the connecting road/ramp often occurs during rush hour with the lowest LOS F values in the morning and evening, so it is necessary to evaluate the minimum ramp distance.


2022 ◽  
Vol 956 (1) ◽  
pp. 012015
Author(s):  
N Fadli ◽  
A Damora ◽  
Z A Muchlisin ◽  
I Dewiyanti ◽  
M Ramadhaniaty ◽  
...  

Abstract The groupers, locally known as “kerapu” in Indonesia, are commercially valuable fish in Indonesia, including Aceh. The groupers are the first fish family to be plundered in most countries’ fisheries industries. However, the biodiversity information of the groupers fished in Aceh is limited. This study was aimed to inventories the grouper species landed in Aceh fish landing sites. The data collection was performed in some fish landing locations (TPI) located in Aceh. In general, this study revealed that Aceh has high grouper diversity. In total, 35 species of the Epinephelidae family were recorded. Epinephelus was the dominant genus found, followed by Cephalopholis, Plectropomus, Variola, Aethaloperca, Anyperodon, and Hyporthodus. Simeulue, Weh island, and Banda Aceh were the locations with the highest diversity of grouper in Aceh. Overall, the data collected from this study would be beneficial for the future management plan of grouper in Aceh and Indonesia.


2022 ◽  
Vol 955 (1) ◽  
pp. 012013
Author(s):  
A Sentani ◽  
Soedarsono ◽  
E K Soeridjal

Abstract Earthquakes can be followed by liquefaction, which is a response of saturated soil when it is subjected to shock or stress that cause loss of soil strength or bearing capacity as an impact of the increasing of soil pore water and the loss of the soil stress’s effectiveness. This research using Korinofaction that work to cause cyclic loads or vibrations that come from DC servo motor with an adjustable speed and force. The earthquake’s strength is measured by the number of rpm measured on the digital tachometer. Korinofaction is equipped with plumbing system to observe fluid behaviour during liquefaction. The results of research showed that silty sand and silt was liquefied in VIII Modified Mercalli Intensity earthquake and cause the occurrence of water flow on the surface due to increase soil pore stress. The flow rate that triggers liquefaction in the silty sand is 6,769 × 10-5 m 3/ second ’ and silt is 5,0 × 10-5 m 3/ second . The water flow that flows in the silty sand had permeability of 4,76 × 10-4 Cm/second while on the silt is 6,09 × 10-4 Cm/second . After liquefaction, gradient hydraulic of silty sand is 4,76 mm and silt is 6,09 mm. Based on this research liquefaction caused mobilized debris flow and muddy debris flow.


2022 ◽  
Vol 960 (1) ◽  
pp. 012002
Author(s):  
I G Bratu ◽  
R F Ene ◽  
M Vulpe ◽  
F Uleanu ◽  
D Giosanu

Abstract The performance of PEM fuel cells is influenced by several factors such as: the operating temperature of the cell, the reactant gas flow, work pressures, the reaction gas humidity. In the present work we aimed to identify the optimal values of these parameters for operation of a PEM cell to achieve maximum power in conditions of high efficiency; the technological possibilities of its use in a portable energy application have been evaluated. Experimental measurements regarding the integrating polymeric membrane in three different fuel cell construction designed were performed. The influence of the mechanical compression of the GDL diffusion layer on the total internal resistance of the cell was achieved by comparative analysis of the polarization curves. It was found that as the deformation level of the MEA increases, the power generated by the battery increases progressively. The resulting experimental data subsequently allowed the design and implementation of a PEM fuel cell assembly, fully functional at power level, corresponding to the number of constituent elements.


2022 ◽  
Vol 956 (1) ◽  
pp. 012009
Author(s):  
R Z Ningsih ◽  
I Huda ◽  
M A Sarong ◽  
H Fitri

Abstract The crown of thorns starfish is one of the main threats to damage to coral reefs worldwide. Research on Acanthaster coral predator density in the Pulau Dua area, South Aceh district, has been carried out in March 2021, using the Line Intercept Transect (LIT) method. The results showed that the density Acanthaster planci obtained 42 individuals/12.000m2 with natural criteria. Corals fractures can support the life of Acanthaster planci substrate conditions dominated by coral fractures. It can also grow thread algae (Coraline) and encrusting algae, which will then be eaten by Acanthaster planci which are still in the larval stage. This research concludes that the density of Acanthaster planci obtained is still in the natural category with coral reef conditions including good criteria.


2022 ◽  
Vol 960 (1) ◽  
pp. 012020
Author(s):  
A Boroiu ◽  
E Neagu ◽  
A A Boroiu

Abstract The paper aims to explore the possibilities of improving road traffic in the central area of cities characterized by a longitudinal arrangement of the street network, with application for the case of Pitesti, where the road network in the central area consists of two main roads arranged longitudinally, having one-way regulated traffic, interconnected by several streets. A special traffic problem is reported in the city center: on the main road connecting the two boulevards, the vehicle storage space is insufficient - because the distance between the two road intersections is too small and there is no correlation between the Green phases of traffic lights in the two intersections. The research, based on traffic measurements performed with DataFromSky software and micro-simulation traffic analyses performed with Vissim PTV software, indicated that the best solution is the partial or total correlation of the green time from the traffic light intersections that delimit the connecting road artery. As, almost exclusively, the works dedicated to the correlation of green light of traffic lights treat the problem only along the road arteries, this paper raises a special issue and reveals the possibility of simple solutions, by correlating the traffic lights at the intersections connecting the main arteries.


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