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1.

Maintenance Policy in Public-Transport involving Government Subsidy
Udjianna S. Pasaribu (b), Yuza bayu(b), Laura Eswin(b), Hennie Husniah (a*)

a*) Industrial Engineering, Langlangbuana University
Jalan Karapitan 116, Bandung 40261,Indonesia

b) Mathematic, Bandung Institute of Technology
jalan Ganesa 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia


Abstract

We consider a public transport with government subsidy to encourage the sustainability of the transportation. The transportations revenue is determined by the maximum of the uptimes of the vehicle. In this paper, we study a one dimensional maintenance policy for new vehicle which is characterized by age parameter. We consider that the degradation of the vehicle is affected by the age of the vehicle, and modelled by using a one dimensional approach. The owner performs both preventive and corrective maintenance actions, and the preventive maintenance action will reduce the vehicle failure rate and hence it will decrease the corrective maintenance cost during the life time of the vehicle. The decision problem for the owner is to find the optimal preventive maintenance time of the vehicle of each subsidy option offeredby maximizing the expected profit for each subsidy.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=292


2.

Job and Workload Analysis System for Civil Servants in North Sulawesi Province
Made Krisnanda (a*), Alfrina Mewengkang (b), Parabelem Rompas (b)

a,b) Faculty of Engineering, Manado State University, Indonesia


Abstract

The realization of good, clean and dignified governance are important, yet hard to accomplished. Reform of the bureaucracy is one solution that can realize increased efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, and accountability of government. However, bureaucratic reformation program in Indonesia faces many obstacles. These symptoms could be seen from the arrangement of the system of government that is still abstract, yet detailed and overlap. Such conditions lead to workloads that are not measurable and clear, confusing, using random procedure and difficult to justify. The Government of North Sulawesi province is one of many provinces that have these constraints. In 2014 Capital Jakarta made a policy to rearrange civil servants management which consists of three steps. First is job analysis, workload analysis, and the last one is adjustments to remuneration or allowances performance. This arrangement includes all parts of civil service positions, both general echelon, and functional position. Currently, the government of North Sulawesi province already has their own framework for analyzing the position and the workload of employees. Job analysis step consists of eleven criteria. These criteria use as the workload assessment and calculation of the amount of allowances and remuneration of employees. Unfortunately, the Implementation of position analysis and workload of civil servants still manage manually based on paper. Many times the reports of many working units in North Sulawesi province could not finish at the end of the year. This effect monitoring and evaluation of civil servants works. For example, even has been working through 2015, only 90% of civil servants performance reported to the capital. This study is intended to assist the provincial government in conducting job analysis and analysis of the workload of civil servants with a new computer-based system. Currently, the implementation of the analysis is done manually by paper and done by the whole agency and the existing provincial environmental agencies. In the initial phase, researchers will create a system that is compact and can be installed in each office. It is expected to shorten the time of filing form and analysis of the results of the charging data. This system will facilitate provincial and central governments in determining the performance benefits of employees based on the results of job analysis and workload.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=68


3.

Utilization of Beeswax Phase Change Material to Improve Solar Panel’s Performance
Razali Thaib (a*), T. Azuar Rizal (b), Samsul Rizal (a), T.M.I Mahlia (d), Medyan Riza (d)

a) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Darussalam, Banda Aceh, 23111, Indonesia
* razalithaib[at]unsyiah.ac.id
b) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Samudra University, Kota Langsa, 24416, Indonesia
c) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, Kajang 43000, Selangor, Malaysia
d) Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Darussalam, Banda Aceh, 23111, Indonesia


Abstract

One of the main obstacles faced during the operation of photovoltaic (PV) panels was overheating due to excessive solar radiation and high ambient temperatures. In this research, investigates the use of beeswax phase change materials (PCM) to maintain the temperature of the panels close to ambient. Solar panels used in this study has 839 mm length, 537 mm wide, and 50 mm thick, with maximum output power at 50 W. During the study, there were two solar panels was evaluated, one without phase change material while the other one was using beeswax phase change material. Solar panels were mounted at 15o slope. Variables observed was, temperature of air that came in and out from PV panels, temperature of solar panel’s surface, output voltage and current that produced by PV panels, wind speed around solar panels, and solar radiation. Observation was started at 07:00 and ended at 18:00 o’clock. The research shows that maximum temperature of solar panels surface without phase change material is ranging between 46-49 oC, and electrical efficiency is about 7.2-8.8%. Meanwhile, for solar panels with beeswax phase change material, maximum temperature solar panels surface is relatively low ranging between 33-34 oC, and its electrical efficiency seem to increase about 9.1-9.3%.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

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4.

Techno-Economic Analysis of Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant For Small Scale Fish Processing in Kota Langsa - A Case Study
Hamdani (*), Syamsul Bahri Widodo, T. Azuar Rizal

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Samudra University, Kota Langsa, Aceh, 24416, Indonesia
*) warek2[at]unsam.ac.id


Abstract

Fisheries are leading sectors in the municipality of Langsa, with the hauled capacity reached approximately 6,050 tons/year, whereas from the fish-aquaculture sector, averagely obtained around 1,200 tons/year. The fishermen groups in the village of Kuala Langsa conducted fish processing either from catches and aquaculture. The fish processing facilities comprises small-scale ice factory unit, gutting unit and cutting, drying unit, and curing unit. Availability of energy and electricity costs during the production process has become major constraint experienced by the fishermen group that suppressed the capability of increasing their production and income. In this study, the potential and cost-effectiveness of photovoltaic solar power plant to meet the energy demand of fish processing units have been analysed. Energy requirements at the fish processing units has been estimated to be 130 kW and the proposed design of Solar photovoltaic electricity generation at the capacity of 200 kW with the requirement of the
area around 0,75 hectares (1.85 acres). Given the location of fish processing units is quite close to the location where the fish supply auctioned, then the analysis is made using the assumption that the installation of photovoltaic panels was done on the roof (OTR) of the building, compared to the installation of solar power plants outside the location (OTL). From the analysis, it has been found that for the installation of OTR, the levelized cost of energy is IDR. 1.115 per kWh, considering 25 years of plant life at 10% discount rate, with simple payback period of 13.2 years. As for OTL, levelized energy obtained IDR.997,5 per kWh, with simple payback period of 9.6 years.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=75


5.

DESIGN HOUSE WITH LOCAL ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT FOR LOW-INCOME PEOPLE IN THE CITY GORONTALO
Kalih Trumansyahjaya (a*), Lydia S. Tatura (b)

a) Faculty of Engineering, Gorontalo State University
Jalan Jenderal Soedirman No. 6 Kota Gorontalo, Provinsi
Gorontalo 19628, Indonesia.
* trumansyahjaya[at]gmail.com
b) Faculty of Engineering, Gorontalo State University
Jalan Jenderal Soedirman No. 6 Kota Gorontalo, Provinsi
Gorontalo 19628, Indonesia.


Abstract

The provision of houses for low-income people who do not have a home worthy of being one of the major problems in the city of Gorontalo, because the community in establishing residence only pay attention to their wants and needs, regardless of the creation of a healthy environment, the beauty of the city and environmental planning residential suite with culture. In connection with these conditions, then that becomes the focus of this research is based designs residential local architecture livable so it can be reached by a group of low-income people with the shape of the house and the neighborhood is determined based on the development of family, social and economic conditions of society and the environment into account local culture , Planning the design of housing for low income people is inseparable from the form of the local conditions in the local architecture. Stages of this research includes five (5) stages, including the identification phase characteristics Gorontalo people of low income, the characteristics of the identification phase house inhabited by low-income people, the stage of identification preference low-income households, the phase formation house prototype and the environment, as well as the stage of formation model home for low-income people. Analysis of the model homes for low-income people using descriptive analysis, Hierarchical Cluster Analysis, and discrimination analysis to produce a prototype of the house and its surroundings. The prototype is then reanalyzed to obtain the model home for low-income people in the city of Gorontalo. The shape of a model home can be used as a reference for developers of housing intended for low-income people so that housing is provided to achieve the goals and the desired target group.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=77


6.

THE STABILITY OF CLAY USING VOLCANIC ASH OF MOUNT SINABUNG AT NORTH SUMATERA WITH CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO (CBR) VALUE
Ika Puji Hastuty, Roesyanto, and Samuel M.A Napitupulu

Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Clay is a type of soil which needs to be stabilized. Soil stabilization is an attempt to change or improve the engineering properties of certain lands in order to qualify certain technical. In this study, soil stabilization conducted a soil stabilization chemically with ingredients mixing volcanic ash. Volcanic ash has a high silica content which is equal to 85.90%. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of volcanic ash towards the CBR value, to determine the effect of curing time 1 day and 14-day mix of the value of CBR, and search content of the mixture with a long ripening effective to produce the greatest value of CBR. From this research, the types of soils including CL (Clay - Low Plasticity) based classification USCS and classified as A-6 (6) based on the classification AASHTO with the most effective stabilizer mixture material is a mixture of 10% volcanic ash variation in curing 14 days. CBR value generated by a mixture of 10% volcanic which brooded for 14 days was 8.95%. With rising levels of volcanic ash, the CBR value always rises to the level of 10% volcanic ash then decreased and the constant mix of volcanic ash were higher but still above the original soil CBR.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=78


7.

Software Size Measurement of Student Information Terminal With Use Case Point
Dede Kurniadi (1,2*), Harco Leslie Hendric Spits Warnars (2), Hilmi Aulawi (1)

1) Informatics Engineering, School of Technology Garut
Jl. Mayor Syamsu No. 1, Garut 44151, Indonesia
2) Doctor of Computer Science, Bina Nusantara University
Jl. Kebon Jeruk Raya No. 27, Jakarta 11530, Indonesia.


Abstract

Student Information Terminals (S-IT) is an independent academic service information system for students, this service makes it easy for students to obtain academic information in real time about the transcript of academic achievement, finance, course, attendance, exam, lecturer, card examinees and announcements academic. To find out how well the S-IT is in terms of software size, then needed a measurement. The measurements used in this paper using the method of Use Case Point. One of the approved software metric which can measure our software size based on functionality is Use Case Point (UCP). The results of the measurement of software size S-IT shown that the project has a small size, the software has a value of UCP = 96.767 estimate effort, has the development time 1,452 hours or equivalent 9 months 1 week and have development costs Rp.263,175,000.00., The aims of measurement software size SIT with the use case point is to help make decisions about the implementation of a software development project in terms of the estimated time, costs, and people.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=79


8.

DESIGN OF THE VOLUME MEASUREMENT DEVICE USING ULTRASONIC WAVES BASED ON MICROCONTROLLER
Diky Zakaria, Yoyo Somantri, Tjetje Gunawan, Ade Gafar Abdullah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aim of this study was to design a digital volume measuring device using ultrasonic wave-based microcontrollers as well as to know the strengths and weaknesses of these tools. The method used is an experimental method which consists of a field study and identification of the problem, the study of literature, consultations with specialists, design and manufacturing, testing in the field, the analysis of the test results, make improvements appliance if something goes wrong, do retesting and preparing reports and journal. From the results of test in a cylindrical-shaped container with radius of 7.5 cm and height of 15cm and cube-shaped container measuring 17.1 x 14.3 x 17.5 cm with the liquid used is water, tea and milk, error presentation of measurement results obtained by 0,733554 % with the absolute error average 7,702333 ml. From the results above it can be concluded that the volume measurement device using ultrasonic waves based on microcontroller is functioning properly to measure the volume of liquid in a cylindrical and cube container.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=81


9.

Adsorption Performance of Activated Carbon Particles Produced from Rice Straw Waste
Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, Rosi Oktiani, Rena Zain

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of the study was to demonstrate the adsorption performance of activated carbon particles that prepared from rice straw waste. In short of the experimental method, the activated carbon particles were produced by burning rice straw waste. Then, the burned rice straw waste was put into the activation process by adding alkali solution. The result showed that the present method is effective to prepare activated carbon particles. The adsorption analysis showed that the prepared carbon is prospective to be used for adsorbent since their ability for adsorbing large organic molecule.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=82


10.

PHOTODECOMPOSITION PROFILE OF CURCUMIN IN THE EXISTENCE OF WO3 PARTICLES
Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, Rena Zaen, Rosi Oktiani

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the stability of curcumin solution by adding the amount of tungsten trioxide (WO3) particles as a photocatalyst. In the experimental method, we compared the stability of curcumin when interacting with WO3 microparticles under light irradiation. The photostability performance of curcumin was conducted for 24 hours using 100 W of Neon Lamp. The results showed that additional WO3 into curcumin solution had significant impact. When curcumin without existence of WO3 was irradiated, no change in the curcumin concentration was found. However, when curcumin solution was mixed with WO3 particles, decreases in the concentration of curcumin was found. The concentration of curcumin added with WO3 after light irradiation was about 77%. Based on the results, we concluded that the curcumin is relatively stable against light. However, its light-irradiation stability decreases with additional inorganic material.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=83


11.

A portable and low-cost equipment for analyzing concentration of liquid-phase material
Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto, Rena Zaen, Rosi Oktiani

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the stability of curcumin solution by adding the amount of tungsten trioxide (WO3) particles as a photocatalyst. In the experimental method, we compared the stability of curcumin when interacting with WO3 microparticles under light irradiation. The photostability performance of curcumin was conducted for 24 hours using 100 W of Neon Lamp. The results showed that additional WO3 into curcumin solution had significant impact. When curcumin without existence of WO3 was irradiated, no change in the curcumin concentration was found. However, when curcumin solution was mixed with WO3 particles, decreases in the concentration of curcumin was found. The concentration of curcumin added with WO3 after light irradiation was about 77%. Based on the results, we concluded that the curcumin is relatively stable against light. However, its light-irradiation stability decreases with additional inorganic material.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=84


12.

A Comparative Analysis of Extract, Transformatian and Loading (ETL) Process
J.P.A. Runtuwene, I.R.H.T. Tangkawarow

Engineering Faculty
Manado State University


Abstract

The development in information systems makes data production increasing rapidly. This development will produce a very large of data which popular called as Big Data. Business Intelligence (BI) is present to utilize big data to analyze and produce important information. The result will support the decision-making process.

A process is needed to integrate existing data and information into the data warehouse. This data integration process is known as Extract, Transformation and Loading (ETL). In practice, many applications have been developed to perform ETL processes but to specify which are more effective and efficient in terms of time, cost and power cannot be ascertained. Therefore, this research is present to provide recommendations on it. This research will use a case that implement in Microsoft SQL Server Integration Service (SSIS) and Pentaho Data Integration (PDI). Five comparative criteria have been determine to differentiate the ETL process in 2 tools indicated.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=85


13.

Lighting Quality Improving Work Thoroughness of Sorting Operators
Anizar, Erwin, Ikhsan Siregar, Idhar Yahya, Elsa Putri

Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan 20155, Indonesia
Department of Accounting, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan 20155, Indonesia


Abstract

This study observes work thoroughness of sorting operators in quality control station in drinking bottle industry. Operators sort the bottles manually using naked eyes to decide whether the bottles have some defects or not. Bottles that are dirty, cracked, chipped or have water volume that are different from other bottles will be taken by operators. Low light intensity in quality control station cause high numbers of defect bottles pass the inspection. The standard by Government of Indonesia Health Ministerial Decree No 1405 Year 2002 that work performed continuosly needs 200 luxs of lighting. Illuminance level measurement is conducted for five days at 09.00, 11.00, 13.00, and 15.00 o’clock using luxmeter on four measurement points using grid of 1m x 1m. In this study, the average light intensity in quality control station 1 and 2 is 59.30 luxs and 52.15 luxs. The number of defect products that pass the inspection in quality control station for 5 days of observation are 2,676 bottles or 55.47% from the total defect products, while the number allowed by the company is only 5%. The correlation between illumination factor in quality control station 1 and defect products that pass the inspection is calculated moment Pearson correlation product and the results are ŷ = 292,885-1,317x and r = -0,3147, while in quality control station 2 the results are ŷ = 524,077-4,919x and r = -0,6329. The higher illumination level, the lower the number of defect products that pass the inspection, which means operators’ work thoroughness improve.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=87


14.

VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE IN CULTURE: Study of Traditional Procession to Build Gorontalo Traditional House on Vernacular Architecture
Kalih Trumansyahjaya (a*), Lydia S. Tatura (b)

a) Faculty of Engineering, Gorontalo State University
Jalan Jenderal Soedirman No. 6 Kota Gorontalo, Provinsi
Gorontalo 19628, Indonesia
*trumansyahjaya[at]gmail.com
b) Faculty of Engineering, Gorontalo State University
Jalan Jenderal Soedirman No. 6 Kota Gorontalo, Provinsi
Gorontalo 19628, Indonesia


Abstract

In general, traditional people build vernacular architecture derived from hereditary heritage that is delivered as it is. The vernacular architecture grew out of folk architecture, born from ethnic societies and anchored to ethnic traditions. Thus, this vernacular architecture is in line with custom, life views, lifestyles and has a distinctive appearance as a reflection of a nations culture which can be symbolized socially, environmentally and meaningfully in sociological approaches in the form of social facts, social definitions and social behavior. The study was conducted on the study of social-cultural process in traditional Gorontalo house building activity which aimed to create social symbol, environment and meaning through social activities in Gorontalo people. In addition, this study aims to reveal the relationship between vernacular architecture with the social-cultural activities that exist in the process of building traditional houses Gorontalo. The main problem of this research is how the relationship between vernacular architecture with the process of building traditional house of Gorontalo can be used as a symbol of social culture related to social-cultural activities in Gorontalo people. This research uses qualitative method with field research which requires overall picture obtained by approach on real groups to achieve naturalness in the process of building traditional houses Gorontalo. Methods of data collection by conducting interviews, observation and documentation. The results of this study will show many meanings and symbols on social activities that exist in the process of building traditional houses Gorontalo.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=88


15.

Ear Protection for Packaging Operators to Alleviate Noise Exposure from Production Machine
Anizar, Khawarita Siregar, Idhar Yahya, Laurent Monica

Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan 20155, Indonesia
Department of Accounting, Faculty of Economic and Business, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan 20155, Indonesia


Abstract

An observation on noise exposure is conducted in packaging station in frozen food industry. Packaging process is perfomed automatically where frozen nugget and frozen sausage fall from packaging machine and hit the valve wall of the machine, producing noise. Packaging machine is used in weighing process and packaging of frozen nugget and sausage. There are 5 operators working in packaging station, each operators’s distance from the source of the noise differs from the other operators. 1 operator control the weighing process and 4 operators move the frozen nugget and sausage packages from the conveyor into the box. Operators complain of having difficulty to communicate and quickly feel tired, which makes the nugget packages accumulate at the end of the conveyor. The upper limit of noise allowed by Government of Indonesia Health Ministerial Decree number 261 year 1998 is 85 dB for 8 hours of work daily. Noise measurement is conducted for 6 days at 11.00, 12.00, and 13.00 o’clock using sound level meter at 5 measurement points. Measurement point 1 is on the place where the nugget packages fall, point 2 and 3 is at the early part of the conveyor, while point 4 and 5 is at the end of the conveyor. In this study, the highest noise level is on the place where the frozen nugget fall, 104.1 dB, whereas the lowest level of noise is at the end of the conveyor, 84.5 dB. Operators around the noise area must use earplug or earmuff to reduce the noise up to 20-25 dB.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=89


16.

Electrical Properties of soil at Rubber Plantation in West-Anjir Serapat, Central Kalimantan Indonesia
Mimin Iryanti1, a), Eleonora Agustine2, Ahmad Aminudin1, Satria Bijaksana3, Wahyu Srigutomo4, Tedy Setiawan3

1Faculty of Mathematics and Science Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia.
2Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Padjadjaran
Jalan Raya Bandung Sumedang Km 21, Jatinangor, Jawa Barat, 45363
3Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia
4Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia


Abstract

Rubber plantations can grow optimally when it is planted at the precisely of the altitude and latitude, in addition soil of rubber plantation also has unique characteristics. Typical soil characteristics are caused by the physical properties of the soil. This study aims to examine the electrical properties and water content of soil in rubber plantations at West Anjir Serapat Village, in Central Kalimantan Indonesia. The soil samples were collected by using Hand Auger drill with 4cm diameter along 450cm. Measurement of electrical properties and water content using EM50 with sensor 5TE per cm. Both of these parameters were analyzed to the depth. The results showed there were two distinct electrical properties layers. The upper layer to 197 cm associated with the high conductivity layer (2.52 - 1.48 dS/m) and up to 197 cm associated with the low conductivity layer (1.33-0.16 dS/m) moreover the results of water content on soil of rubber plantation had a range of 0.129 - 0.382 m3/m3. The profile of both parameters showed that both electrical properties and water contents were decreasing with the depth.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=91


17.

The effect of alkaline concentration on coconut husk crystallinity and the yield of sugars released
a. Hanny F. Sangian; b*. Arief Widjaja

a. Department of Physics, Sam Ratulangi University
Manado
b. Department of Chemical Engineering, Institut Teknologi
Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya
*Corresponding Authors email: arief_w[at]chem-eng.its.ac.id


Abstract

This work was to analyze the coconut husk structures treated by alkaline whereby its concentrations were altered from 1 until 4% over the yield of sugar released from polysaccharides. The data showed that the alkaline application on lignocellulose could transform the crystallinity whose XRD peaks increased highly, which indicated that cellulose was more opened and exposed. After pretreatment, the chemical compositions (cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin) were changed significantly. The employing 1% alkaline, the cellulosic content inclined that was the biggest increase compared to that of non-pretreatment. When alkaline concentration was added to 4%, the cellulose was decreased slightly, which indicated that a part of cellulose and hemicellulose was dissolved into solution. It was found the crystallinity of substrate conducted by alkaline pretreatment influenced on the biochemical reaction in producing the reducing sugars. The products liberated enzymatically of coconut husk treated by 1% alkaline and 4% improved if compared to that of native solid.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=92


18.

PERSPECTION OF CAMPUS CITIZEN IN WASTE MANAGEMENT (CASE STUDY at UIN SUNAN AMPEL SURABAYA)
Erry Ika Rhofita1, M. Ahsan2, Slamet Mulyono Redjosari3

1 Faculty of Science and Technology UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya
Email : erryikarhofita[at]rocketmail.com
2 Faculty of Economics and Islamic Business UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya
3 Faculty of Philosophy and Ushuludin UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya


Abstract

The purpose of this study is to review the initial planning of 3R based waste management system at UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya which is related to the level of knowledge and perception of campus residents. This research is a form of combination research, which uses quantitative and qualitative approach in one research activity. A qualitative approach is used to obtain data from parties who have decision-making authority related to programs and policies. Quantitative approach to obtain data derived from environmental users (lecturers, education personnel and students). Method of data retrieval is done through observation, interview, focus group discussion, literature study and documentation. The results showed that 1) the level of experience of the campus residents greatly affect their perceptions related to the 3R based waste management system; 2) perceptions of s decision-making authority determine the level of awareness of lecturers, education personnel, and students to manage waste in accordance with Law No. 8 of 2008 and Government Regulation No. RI. 81 Year 2012; and 3) support of decision-making authority related to suggestions and infrastructure and regulations on the waste management system directly has a positive effect on the perceptions of lecturers, education staff, and students.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=94


19.

Studying the relationship between compatibilizer and impact strength of PLA/PP blend by using DOE
Pattanun Jariyakulsith, Somchai Puajindanetr

Chulalongkorn University


Abstract

In the present, we have become increasingly concern about the environment since we mostly use the products of polymer that can not degradable in natural which may cause the problem of plastic waste and also the problem of oil shortage in the near future. Because polymer are produced from the petroleum industry. Thus, this research interested in green materials for replacing the usage of commodity plastic called polylactic acid(PLA). Polylactic acid is derived from the corn starch or sugar cane which are the renewable resources. In addition, polylactic acid is widely use in many industries because of its good mechanical properties. However, it also has the weak points such as brittle and low impact strength. So this research aims to improve the impact strength and toughness of polylactic acid by blended with polypropylene(PP), using the design of experimental method to study the relationship between the polypropylene-grafted-maleic anhydride as a compatibilizer and dicumyl peroxide as an initiator to the properties of PLA/PP blend. Impact strength and toughness were characterized. The result showed that (1) the impact strength of PLA was increased after blended with polypropylene because the compatibility between PLA and PP was improved by adding the polypropylene-grafted-maleic anhydride. (2) the polypropylene-grafted-maleic anhydride had more effect to the properties of PLA/PP blend than the dicumyl peroxide. For the future, PLA could have more applications and could formed by various ways of polymer processing without the limitations of brittle and would have the new green materials that response to the needs of consumers.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=101


20.

THE MECHANISTIC APPROACH FOR LONG LIFE PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION
Rama Syaputra Usman, Ary Setyawan

Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta


Abstract

In assessing the performance of pavement one method often used is a mechanistic method with the assumption of pavement into a structure of "multi-layer structure" for flexible pavements and a structure of "beam on elastic foundation" for rigid pavement. With the traffic load work on it, which in this case is regarded as an evenly static load, then there will be tension stress and strain on the structure. Stress, strain and the deflection is the response of the pavement material experienced loading. This is closely in order to predict the performance of the pavement structure and predict the service life that will be useful in planning program of rehabilitation and maintenance of the pavement. The performance assessment indicators are often used for flexible pavements is fatigue cracking and permanent deformation (rutting). This study was aimed to evaluate and analyze the performance of flexible pavements at Pulau Indah street Kupang in predicting the future damage and designing the right treatment for maintenance and rehabilitation.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=105


21.

Cable Driven Cart-Rail Robot for Farm Automation
Abel V. David, Harish T. Mohan, Rao R. Bhavani

AMMACHI Labs
Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Amrita University
India


Abstract

Vertical farming is an innovative method to grow crops in vertical stacks within a controlled environment. It reduces crop failure compared to traditional farming and increases production of crops using automation. In the proposed system, a cart-rail robot is used to automate different farming tasks. Unlike a conventional system that usually uses rack and pinion or is limited to 1 Degree Of Freedom(DOF) motion, the proposed system uses a cable that actuates the entire motion of the cart providing 2 DOF motion. A cart attached with four spherical wheels slides on a dual shaped “U” rail track and is pulled using a haul cable. As it works like a Cartesian robot, the motion of the cart is constrained to the XY plane and further constrained to the rail. The rails are laid out in columns with a single row. Vertical shelves stacked with crops are kept beside the column rails. The motion of the cart through each axis is controlled by a capstan transmission drive. The position of the cart is sensed by quadrature encoder coupled to the motor. Physical modelling is done to represent the dynamics of the cart. A closed loop linear feedback controller was designed using state-space representation and the gains were selected using pole placement method. 1cm accuracy in braking distance was achieved, for the cart-rail robot to transit from the row rail onto the column rail. Velocity is limited to the range of 0.1m/s to 0.2m/s for the given payload of 20kg. A study of the variation in braking distance due to change in payload was done. It was observed that a steady state in breaking distance is achieved with an overshoot of 0.187%. This paper also discusses preliminary trials conducted by mounting a pesticide sprayer mechanism on the cart to validate the tracking effectiveness of the designed controller.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=106


22.

UTILIZATION OF MULTIMEDIA LABORATORY: AN ACCEPTANCE ANALYSIS USING TAM
Merriam Modeong; V. R. Palilingan

Manado State University


Abstract

The world of technology in this century is developing innovations using multimedia. Besides being used for applications and animation, multimedia is also used to present a creative and fun learning. Thus, multimedia is often utilized by teachers to present a learning materials. Learning that delivered by multimedia enables people to understand the information of up to 60% of the learning in general. To applying the creative learning to the classroom, multimedia presentation needs a laboratory as a space that provides multimedia needs. This study aims to reveal the level of student acceptance on the multimedia laboratories, by explaining the direct and indirect effect of internal support and technology infrastructure. Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) is used as the basis of measurement on this research, through the perception of usefulness, ease of use, and the intention, it’s recognized capable of predicting user acceptance about technology. This study used the quantitative method. The data analysis using path analysis that focuses on trimming models, it’s performed to improve the model of path analysis structure by removing exogenous variables that have insignificant path coefficients. The result of this study will describe the variables that have a direct and indirect effect on acceptance of system’s users.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=107


23.

Study Program Database using Fully Communication Oriented Information Modeling (FCO-IM)
Gladly Caren Rorimpandey, Ferdinan Ivan Sangkop

Teknik Informatika Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

A study program is the core of the university. Every data in the university should come from their study programs. Informatics is the one of study program in Manado State University (UNIMA) that has a lot of students and popular even it just started around 1 year. It means data of that study program will always be increased. Fully Communication Oriented and Information modeling (FCO-IM) is the modeling approach which based on facts. The primary objectives of this research are to provide high-quality conceptual model and database system with high performance. In this paper, we developed from verbalization, classification, qualification, define constraints, derivation of a relational schema until database system which is used SQL Server as the Database Management System.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=108


24.

In-Process Prediction of Surface Roughness in Aluminium Turning
Atitaya Chaijareenont and Somkiat Tangjitsitcharoen

Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University


Abstract

A turning process is one of the most necessary processes which are widely used to produce parts in manufacturing industry such as mechanical and automotive parts. Surface roughness has been used to consider the quality of parts. Nevertheless, surface roughness cannot be measured during the turning process at the same time as there are many factors affect the surface roughness. Hence, the objective of this research is to propose a developed model to predict the in-process surface roughness of aluminium (Al 6063) during the turning process by using the cutting fore ratio. The cutting conditions which affect the surface roughness have been examined in this study. In the case of this research, the dynamometer is employed to generate a signal while turning. The cutting force signals are amplified through the charge amplifier before digitization and calculation in the computer. The cutting force ratio, which is the ratio of feed force to main force, is applied to develop the in-process surface roughness model which cooperates with the various cutting conditions of the cutting speed, the feed rate, the tool nose radius, the depth of cut and the cutting force ratio. The surface roughness model is developed based on the experimentally obtained results by employing the exponential function. The multiple regression analysis is utilized to calculate the regression coefficients with the use of the least square method at 95% confident level. It is proved by cutting tests that the in-process surface roughness is able to be predicted and obtained with high accuracy and acceptable for turning process in the industry.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=109


25.

Effect of Germanium Concentration Variation on Tunneling Current Calculation of Si/Si1-xGex/Si Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor
Lilik Hasanah, Endi Suhendi and Khairurrijal1)

Jurusan Fisika, FPMIPA Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia,
Jl.. Dr. Setiabudhi No 229 Bandung Telp : +62(022)2504548
1) Kelompok Keahlian Fisika Material Elektronik Program Studi Fisika, FMIPA-ITB
Jl. Ganesa 10 Bandung 40212, Telp./Fax. : +62(022)2511848


Abstract

Tunelling current calculation on Si/Si1-xGex/Si heterojunction bipolar transistor is done by including the coupling between transversal and longitudinal components of electron motion. The calculation result shows that the coupling between kinetic energy in parallel and perpendicular to Si1-xGex barrier surface affect tunneling current significantly when electron velocity is faster than 1x105 m/s. This analytical tunneling current model is then used to study how the germanium concentration in base to Si/Si1-xGex/Si heterojunction bipolar transistor influence the tunneling current. It is obtained that tunneling current will increase as the germanium concentration given in base decrease.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=111


26.

TENSILE STRENGTH OF COCONUT FIBER WASTE AS AN ORGANIC FIBER ON CONCRETE
Jeffrey Andre Delarue, ST. MT; Dr. Felly Ferol Warouw, ST. M.Eng

Jurusan Pendidikan Teknik Bangunan
Fakultas Teknik Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

Coconut fiber waste as waste material from processed fiber making from coco fiber is generally just thrown away and burned. This waste still has fiber properties with size 5 - 7 cm and diameter ranging from 0.2 to 0.7 mm. This study aims to treat waste so as to obtain fiber that can be utilized as organic fiber in fiber concrete. The fiber diameter used in the study was 0.32 mm, 0.35 mm, 0.37 mm, 0.49 mm and 0.65 mm. Further examined the chemical content and tested tensile strength. The results showed that the chemical content of the fiber, namely hemicellulose 7.46%, cellulose 42.90% and lignin 41.28%. The tensile test result gives an average tensile strength value of 18.2 N with an average tensile stress of 117.46 MPa with a standard deviation of 25.04

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=113


27.

ANALYSIS OF TEACHER’S ICT LITERACY IN VOCATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY EXPERTISE PROGRAM
Nurhabibah

departemen techology and vocational education postgraduate school Indonesian University of Education (UPI)


Abstract

Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) had influenced on educational field as channel or vehicle which is used in learning and teaching process. ICT or more well-known as technology information and communication comprise two aspects, namely information technology and communication technology. Information technology related to process, usage as aid device, manipulation and management of information. Meanwhile, communication technology comprise the use of aid tool to process and transfer data from one device to another device. ICT is an integral entity related to processing, manipulation, management and transfer of information. Utilizing ICT in learning and teaching process is benefit and facilitation for a teacher, so it create learning and teaching process (e-learning) which is effective, increase students’ creativity, and grow independent learning. However, in applying ICT in Vocational Secondary School, often find unreadiness of human resource (teachers). This unreadiness is caused by teacher habit in learning which tend to satisfy with traditional pattern (direct teaching). The habit is very influential to teachers’ self-confidence and competence in utilizing ICT in vocational school suited with age, gender and educational level. Whereas, integrating ICT into application of ICT based learning is an urgent thing for a teacher without age limit. Design/methodology of study is descriptive survey. Sample of study are 30 teachers who are selected randomly from Public and Private Vocational Secondary School. Instrument of study consist of test and non test. Test instrument is ICT basic competence test for vocational secondary school teachers in the form of ICT literacy questionnaire, whereas non test instrument is data collection adapted from ICT Literacy Questionnaire. The aim is to find out the level of ICT literacy usage in teachers’ learning process in vocational secondary school.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=115


28.

ANALYSIS OF TEACHER’S ICT LITERACY IN VOCATIONAL SECONDARY SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY EXPERTISE PROGRAM
Nurhabibah

departemen techology and vocational education postgraduate school Indonesian University of Education (UPI)


Abstract

Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) had influenced on educational field as channel or vehicle which is used in learning and teaching process. ICT or more well-known as technology information and communication comprise two aspects, namely information technology and communication technology. Information technology related to process, usage as aid device, manipulation and management of information. Meanwhile, communication technology comprise the use of aid tool to process and transfer data from one device to another device. ICT is an integral entity related to processing, manipulation, management and transfer of information. Utilizing ICT in learning and teaching process is benefit and facilitation for a teacher, so it create learning and teaching process (e-learning) which is effective, increase students’ creativity, and grow independent learning. However, in applying ICT in Vocational Secondary School, often find unreadiness of human resource (teachers). This unreadiness is caused by teacher habit in learning which tend to satisfy with traditional pattern (direct teaching). The habit is very influential to teachers’ self-confidence and competence in utilizing ICT in vocational school suited with age, gender and educational level. Whereas, integrating ICT into application of ICT based learning is an urgent thing for a teacher without age limit. Design/methodology of study is descriptive survey. Sample of study are 30 teachers who are selected randomly from Public and Private Vocational Secondary School. Instrument of study consist of test and non test. Test instrument is ICT basic competence test for vocational secondary school teachers in the form of ICT literacy questionnaire, whereas non test instrument is data collection adapted from ICT Literacy Questionnaire. The aim is to find out the level of ICT literacy usage in teachers’ learning process in vocational secondary school.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=116


29.

Consumers’ Perceptions on Electricity Energy Saving in Residential Area: A Survey from Makassar, Indonesia
Yusri Syam Akil, Saiful, Sri Mawar Said, and Imran Taufik

Department of Electrical Engineering, Hasanuddin University, Gowa - 92171, Indonesia; Department of Industrial Engineering, Hasanuddin University, Gowa - 92171, Indonesia; STMIK Handayani, Makassar - 90232, Indonesia.


Abstract

In general, consumers’ perception and behavior can affect the usage level of electricity energy in one place. Thus, knowing perception and behavior of consumers are an important variable such as to design appropriate energy conservation program for residential sector in one country to keep balancing between supply and existing electricity demand in power systems. As consumers’ perception and behavior on energy saving can be different at certain place, this research aims to identify and to analyze urban consumers’ perceptions in relation to efficiency of electricity energy usage in residential area in Indonesia. To achieve the aims, a survey using questionnaire is conducted for 400 household in Makassar city as a case study. Here, focus on the observed household is house with installed power capacity 900 VA and above. The designed questionnaire is mainly measured consumers’ perceptions about saving energy regarding the usage of lighting, air-conditioner (AC), and refrigerator in their homes. Next, statistical approach is used to analyze obtained data from respondents. It is expected output of this research can give more insight in understanding residential consumers’ perceptions level on electricity energy saving which may use by power utility and / or policy maker as a reference in designing suitable program for energy conservation and in developing demand model for load forecasting in Makassar, Indonesia.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=117


30.

The Implementation of Lean System for Research Process in Higher Education
Maria Fransiska Hanna(a*), Catharina Badra Nawangpalupi(b)

a) School of Postgraduate Studies, Parahyangan Catholic University
Jalan Merdeka No. 30, Bandung 40177, Indonesia
*maria.f.hanna[at]unpar.ac.id
b) Department of Industrial Engineering, Parahyangan Catholic University
Jl. Ciumbuleuit No. 94, Bandung 40141, Indonesia


Abstract

This paper presents an implementation of lean thinking in independent research activity. Lean is one of philosophy of manufacturing process improvement which continuously identify and reduce waste. Lean has been used in many industries especially in production system. But it can also use in office or service sector. This paper addresses these issues by proposing a case study on lean implementation in research administration process. By using value stream mapping, it’s possible to identification waste on research administration process and make the improvement.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=119


31.

The identification of business innovation in a manufacturing supply chain
Catharina Badra Nawangpalupi, Maria Widyarini

Industrial Engineering Department, Parahyangan Catholic University
Jl Ciumbuleuit 94 Bandung 40141, Indonesia


Abstract

Supply chain management is a set of techniques and approaches used for efficiently managing the relationship between suppliers, manufacturers, warehouses, distributors and retaiers in order to produce and distribute products at the right quantities, to the right locations, and at the right time. Managing supply chain is the role for every related chain, and the role and business alignment are key issues for successful management process. In many cases, the chains consist of small, medium and large companies that have different business capabilities. This paper aims to investigate the characteristics of every chain in a manufacturing sector and to identify what innovation implemented by every chain to ensure an effective supply chain management. The research was carried out using a case study approach in automotive (two-wheel) industry, combining literature review and in-depth interview. The findings showed that innovation is adopted by each chain relative to their business capabilities and the driver for innovation is to comply with the brand-owner (manufacturer) standards. The success of the business innovation in the supply chain mostly is a top-down approach and is related to the commitment of business owners or top managers.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=122


32.

Ionic Liquid-based Mediated Lipid Extraction from Microalgae Botryococcus braunii
Heli Siti Halimatul Munawaroh(a*), Hanny Fitriani (a), Gun Gun Gumilar (a), Siti Aisyah (a), Ahmad Mudzakir (a), Asep Bayu Dani Nandiyanto (a), Asri Peni (b)

a) Program Studi Kimia, FPMIPA Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229, Bandung 40154, Jawa Barat-Indonesia
*heli[at]upi.edu
b) Departemen Biologi, Universitas Padjadjaran
Jl. Raya Bandung-Sumedang, Hegarmanah, Jatinangor, Sumedang 45363, Jawa Barat-Indonesia



Abstract

This study aims to determine the effectiveness of using ionic liquid cis-oleyl imidazolinium acetate (IL) on total lipids recovery and fatty acids composition of microalgae Botryococcus braunii extracted by organic solvents alone or in combination with IL by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry. The total lipids extracted using methanol, and methanol : chloroform (1:2) was compared with the lipid extracted by IL in combination with methanol, and methanol: chloroform (1: 2) as co-solvent. Percentage lipid extract from each 0.5g of dry biomass for each solvent is 52.05% using methanol, and 17.59% using methanol : chloroform (1:2). In addition, the IL-based extraction recovered a 73.83%, and 18.40% using methanol and methanol : chloroform (1:2) as co-solvent, respectively. GC-MS analysis showed that the combination of IL with methanol as co-solvent recovered more diverse fatty acid compared to the combination of IL with methanol : chloroform (1:2), and organic solvent-based alone. All in all, the existence of IL with proper co-solvent assisted the total lipid recovery and fatty acids in Botryococcus braunii and might be for other high lipid content microalgae.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=124


33.

Mechanism of Community Participation as a Model of Sustainable Tourism Area Development (Case Study In Manado Coastal Area)
Dr. Felly Ferol Warouw, SH.ST.M.Eng (a*), Jeffrey Andre Delarue, ST.MT (b)

a) Jurusan Pendidikan Teknik Bangunan Prodi Arsitektur Fakultas Teknik Universitas Negeri Manado
*ferolwarouw[at]yahoo.com
b) Jurusan Pendidikan Teknik Bangunan Fakultas Teknik Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

Manado city with ideal coastal tourism potential and located in the center of the worlds coral triangle. Currently Manado is developing sustainable coastal tourism development policy. Sustainable tourism must be able to adapt to the condition of society without ignoring the environment. The extent to which the process of development of sustainable development is determined by the role of community participation involved in the development of tourism. This study attempts to identify the level of community participation involved in tourism development in the coastal area of Manado Bay to be a model of sustainable regional development. The findings of the community participation level will be translated into a development model as a new mechanism in a sustainable development approach. The level of community participation in tourism development in Manado City is measured in the form of quantitative research in the form of questionnaires to community based on the level of community participation developed by Sheery Arnstein with purposive sampling technique. The level of participation developed by Sheery Arnstein successively from the low level of high: Manipulation, Therapy, Informing, Consultation, Placation, Partnership, Delegaten Power, Citizen Control. The results revealed that the level of community participation in tourism development in the Malalayang coast of Manado Bay was at the consultation level. The level of consultation shows that the government invites public opinion after being informed to the public and there has been a two-way dialogue between the government and the community. The community has provided input and active discussion through the two way dialogue. Although there has been a two-way dialogue, but this way the success rate is low because there is no guarantee that community concerns and ideas will be noticed. The findings of the level of participation were then developed into a model of sustainable tourism area development mechanism.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=125


34.

Community Participation For Sustainable Tourism Model In Manado Coastal Area
Felly Ferol Warouw (a*), Prof.Dr.Ir.Abimanyu T. Alamsyah MS (b), Dr. M. Hutomo, APU (c)

a) Fakultas Teknik Universitas Negeri Manado
*ferolwarouw[at]yahoo.com
b) Fakultas Teknik Universitas Indonesia
c) Penelti Indonesian Seagrass Foundation


Abstract

Manado city with coastal tourism potential which is at the center of the worlds coral triangle are in the process of development of tourism -based development . The development process is determined by the role and participation of the people residing the area of development . Fatherly support the research process is then performed in order to reveal the extent of community participation in Manado tourism development especially in the area of the Gulf coast of Manado . The measured level of community participation in the form of quantitative research in the form of a questionnaire to find the level of community participation based on a review theory Sheery Arnstein through purposive sampling approach . The level of participation is a row of low level ketinggi namely : Manipulation , Therapy , informing , Consultation , placation , partnership , Delegaten Power , Citizen Control . The study found that the level of community participation in tourism development in coastal Manado bay is at the level of consultation . The level of consultation indicate that the government invited public opinion after the given information to the public and there has been a two-way dialogue between government and society . Community has provided input and active discussion by way of the two-way dialogue . Although there has been a two-way dialogue , but this way the success rate is low because there is no guarantee that the concerns and ideas of the community will be considered . That requires the practical implications for development programs that could support the increasing degree of participation so that community participation will continue to survive even increased . Conclusions program that needs to be done based on feedback from the community is needed the program is to involve the public directly to tourism development in accordance with the characteristics and potential of the community itself .

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=126


35.

Application of Fuzzy FMEA for Minimizing Rework on Crumb Rubber
Khalida Syahputri, Rahmi M. Sari, Indah Rizkya T, Anizar, Mangara Tambunan, Jelly Leviza

Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

The quality of crumb rubber product is a major factor in consumer preference. The quality of crumb rubber has several grades according to Indonesian Rubber Standard (SIR). In crumb rubber process production, lots of products need to rework because it does not match with specified specifications. The types of rework product based on SIR that cause of defects such as hard, soft and dirt. However, the reworked products will produce crumb rubber with lower grade quality. This certainly affects the selling price of the crumb rubber. Also rework will incur additional production costs. This problem must be addressed immediately. Efforts that can be used to minimize the number of rework is to identify the factors that cause failure and determine the priority level of the risk of failure in the production process crumb rubber. It can be used is by using Fuzzy FMEA method. This method aims to get the risk of failure and the level of risk of failure during the crumb rubber production process. With Fuzzy FMEA method also obtained the highest RPN value is equal to 489 for the risk of failure of engine dryer temperature is too high. Through the highest priority level of failure (RPN), company can determine the steps to make improvements during the production process to improve the quality of crumb rubber products.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=127


36.

An Expert System for Diagnosing Eye Diseases using Forward Chaining Method
Cindy Pamela Cornelia Munaiseche, Daniel Riano Kaparang, Parabelem Tinno Dolf Rompas

Engineering Faculty, Manado State University


Abstract

Expert System is a system that is trying to adopt human knowledge into a computer, so that the computer can resolve the issue as was done by experts. The purpose of this study to design an application of expert system for diagnosing eye diseases using forward chaining method as one of inference technique. The eye organ chosen because it is the one of five senses that are essential for vision and very sensitive in human life, and many cases of eye diseases that cause blindness due to delayed handled. The expert system application design consists of seven stages: preliminary studies, data collection, data analysis, system design, system implementation, and the last, drawing conclusions. Expert system software application built to recognize the type of eye disease after consultation by answering a few questions displayed by the system, and can infer the type of eye diseases suffered by the patient. In addition, an application created to provide solutions or actions that can be performed by patients in relation to eye disease he suffered.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=129


37.

OPTIMIZATION OF SAVING PRODUCTION COST IN PLASTIC JUTE SACKS WITH DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING
Rahmi M Sari1 Khalida Syahputri2 Indah Rizkya3 Anizar4 Elisabeth Ginting5

UNIVERSITAS SUMATERA UTARA


Abstract

The plastic jute sack is one of the most popular rice packaging products in the market. One type of plastic jute sack used is LDPE type. The LDPE sacks used for rice packaging often experience fluctuations in market demand. Fluctuating demand is certainly a problem for companies in determining the amount of production that can meet the demand. It can be seen from the frequent companies overproduction and out of stock in each period. Certainly this overproduction problem has an impact on the increase in production costs. While out of stock of course resulted in lost sales experienced will adversely affect the company, especially from the cost of production. Based on the problems, the company must immediately perform an optimal production planning to overcome various problems in the company. One method for saving the optimal cost of production that can be used is dynamic programming. This method aims to obtain the optimal amount of production in accordance with market demand. With dynamic programming method, the company will obtain optimum production amount with minimum production cost and also considering the total capacity of the company available. From the dynamic programming results obtained optimal production amount with cost savings of 2.1%.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=133


38.

PRIORITY DETERMINATION OF UNDERWATER TOURISM SITES DEVELOPMENT IN GORONTALO PROVINCE USING ANALYTICAL HIERARCHY PROCESS
Manda Rohandi, Mohammad Yusuf Tuloli, R. M. Thohir Yassin

Universitas Negeri Gorontalo


Abstract

The potential of underwater tourism in Gorontalo province is very abundant, because it is located between the sea of Celebes and the gulf of Tomini. This potential assets are not well managed due to the limited budget allocation. The determination of underwater tourism site priority is needed to determine the development priority due to the lack of funds. Decision support system (DSS) is used to help the government to determine the best priority of underwater tourism site development. This research aim to determine the priority of underwater tourism site development in Gorontalo province using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) which is one of DSS method that apply Multi-Attribute Decision Making (MADM). This method use 5 criteria and 28 alternatives to determine the best priority of underwater tourism site development in Gorontalo province. The calculation of AHP obtained that the best priority of underwater site for development is pulau cinta. This DSS is only helps the decision maker or the government to determine the best underwater site for development, although the final decision is in decision maker policy.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=134


39.

Application of productivity index with Craig Harris Method on Tea Products
Indah Rizkya1, Khalida Syahputri2, Rahmi M Sari3, Anizar4, Ikhsan Siregar5

Universitas Sumatera Utara
Jalan Almamater Kampus USU, Padang Bulan Medan 20155, Indonesia
email: indahrizkya[at]usu.ac.id


Abstract

Tea is one of the plantation commodities that contribute greatly to the countrys foreign exchange and also absorbs lots of manpower. In the past few years, the demand for tea in the world market has increased. The demand for tea products on the world market should be directly proportional to demand in tea plantations. But this does not apply to tea plantations in North Sumatera. Based on preliminary data, found that profit tea plantations in 2015 and 2016 experienced a decline in 7.7%. Declining in profit is closely related to the productivity of the plantation. Craig Harris method is used to calculate the productivity of various variables that affect the production process such as labor, materials, capital and others. The calculation of productivity is important to be done so that company can conduct further analysis of the factors that affect productivity. With craig harris method, the partial productivity index decreased for labor and materials by 10.2% and 10.4%, while the total productivity index was 1.2%. From the calculation of partial productivity index and total productivity index then analyzed the results, that the company is expected to make efforts to increase productivity.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=141


40.

Estimation of Compaction Parameters Based on Soil Classifications
Adina Sari Lubis1, Zulkarnain A. Muis2, Ika Puji Hastuty3 dan M. Imam Ma’arif Siregar4

Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Factors that must be considered in compaction of the soil works were the type of soil material, field control, maintenance and availability of funds. Those problems then raised the idea of how to estimate the density of the soil with a proper implementation system, fast, and economical. This study aims to estimate the compaction parameter such as the maximum dry unit weight (γdmax) and optimum water content (Wopt) based on soil classification. Each of thirty samples were being tested for its properties index, and a Compaction Test was done to obtain the magnitude of the compaction parameter. From the research result, the soil types were A4, A-6 and A-7 according to AASHTO and SC, SC-SM and CL based on USCS. By linear regression, the equation for estimation of the maximum dry unit weight (γdmax*)=1,862-0,005*FINES-0,003*LL and estimation of the optimum water content (wopt*)=-0,607+0,362*FINES+0,161*LL. By Goswami Model there was an equation Y = m Log G + k, estimation of the maximum dry unit weight (γdmax *) with m = -0,376 and k = 2,482, estimation of the optimum water content (wopt*) with m = 21,265 and k = -32,421. For both of these equations a 95% confidence interval was obtained.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=147


41.

ANALYSIS OF GREEN BUILDING IMPLEMENTATION IN SCHOOLING IN MANAHASA TOWARDS STUDENT’S GREEN BEHAVIOR
Debbie A. J. Harimu

Prodi ARSITEKTUR Fakultas TEKNIK
UNIVERSITAS NEGERI MANADO


Abstract

This research is intended for 1) to find out the green building implementation in schooling in Minahasa; 2) to analysis the relationship between implementation of green building concept in school with student’s green behavior. We’re Expecting the result of our research become the minimum standard of greed building implementation that develop student’s green behavior. Research location is North Sulawesi. The analysis unit is taken purposively, that is school that had been implemented the green building concept, Lokon High School at Tomohon, Manado Independent School (MIS) at North Minahasa, Manado’s 3rd Public High School and Bitung’s Public Vocational High School.
This research is Survey Research with quantitative descriptive method. Data Gathering is acquired by observation and questioner. The Assessment Criteria of green building on Analysis Unit, is taken from Greenship Existing Building ver 1. There are 4 main points that being assessed, which are 1) Energy Conservation and Efficiency; 2) Water Conservation; 3) Indoor Health and Comfort;4) Waste Managerial. The frequency distribution table and chi-square statistic analysis is used to find out the variable relationship.
The result of the research shows that there is a significant relation between green building implementation in school and student’s Green behavior. The result is accordance with the Gesalts Psychologist theories, Max Wetheimer, Wolfgang Kohler and Kurt Koffka states that architecture can change the user’s behavior.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=150


42.

The Impacts of Pozzolanic binder addition on stabilization of polluted dredged sediments
Ernesto Silitonga

Universitas Negeri Medan


Abstract

The management of dredged sediments has become more complicated, due to traditional solutions such as immersion are not an option anymore. In the other hand, to maintain harbor activities, large volumes of sediments are dredged each year. Disposal of large sediment from dredging activities is increasingly intractable problem. The primary goal of this study is to find a field application where the dredged sediment can be reutilized as a new material. The reutilization of waste materials such as dredged sediment in road construction is one of the main applications. The secondary objective of this research is to identify the behavioral aspect of dredged sediment stabilized with fly ash as a binder for a use in road pavement work. The addition of fly ash as a partial cement replacement is realized due to its engineering, economic and ecological benefits. The first stage contains a determination of the physical and mechanical characteristics of the fly ash and the dredged sediments. In the next stage, the dredged sediment from harbor of Cherbourg has been considered using 2 different types of fly ash and different percentage of fly ash. Finally, the mechanical characteristics of the mix with fly ash addition are compared with the mix with conventional used binders (cement). The formulation mixtures are then optimized for an economical reuse. The results indicate the effectiveness of fly ash in the mixes. In terms of environmental impacts, on the basis of leaching tests, the designed dredged mixes satisfy the prescribed thresholds.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=151


43.

TRAINER KIT QUALITY CONTROL DEVELOPMENT IN LEARNING WIRING HARNESS MOTORCYCLE
Dede Saryono, Kamin Sumadi, Asep Setiadi H.

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Implementation of SMK in Indonesia shows the weaknesses that the greatest unemployment the lack of alignment between the school and industry, and there is no guarantee to get a decent job. The learning of motorcycles in SMK requires practice in accordance with industry condition, but in practice the quality control tool to check the assembly of motorcycle electrical cable in accordance with the industrial condition is not yet available and expensive. The development of quality control trainer kits in the learning of electric motorcycle that suits strandar industry is a solution in providing equipment practice in schools. The purpose of this research is to design and assemble trainer kit of quality control as supporting device of learning of motorcycle electrical system. The method of study using the development method, the measured variable is the relevance between the trainer kit with the learning syllabus and the effectiveness of the trainer kit on the understanding of the basic theory of the motorcycle electrical system.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=153


44.

ANALYSIS OF ZINC ANODE CHARACTERISTICS FROM RESULT RECYCLED PRODUCTION OF ZINC ANODE MATERIAL
Barokah*1, D Dj Kaligis1, J Huwae1 , M Z Fanani1 and P T D Rompas2

1.Politeknik Kelautan dan Perikanan Bitung, Bitung, Indonesia
2.Universitas Negeri Manado, Tondano, Indonesia


Abstract

This paper researching the utilization of anode zinc waste from ships through the recycling process. The objective is to obtain the values of electrochemical potential and electrochemical efficiency. Physical tests conducted in metallurgical laboratory include chemical composition, electrochemical potential value (V), and electrochemical efficiency value (Ah/kg). The analysis used DNV-RP-B401 cathode protection design DNV (Det Norske Veritas) standard. The melting process takes 30 minutes and the melting temperature is 609 o C. The results showed that the composition of Zn 99.300 wt %, Aluminium 0.333 wt %, Cadmium 0.029 wt %, Copper 0.021 wt %, Plumbum 0.015 wt %. The values of electrochemical potential and electrochemical efficiency were -1.073 V and 842 Ah/kg respectively. They can be concluded that the normal meaning of recycled zinc anode can be used as cathode protection on ships. The results of this research can assist in the management of used zinc anode waste, the supply of zinc anodes for consumers at relatively low prices, and recommends that used zinc anodes be used for the prevention of corrosion on ships

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=154


45.

Design Control Systems of Human Machine Interface in the NTVS-2894 Seat Grinder Machine to Increase Productivity, to Decrease Trouble and Downtime of the Machine
Syahril Ardi, Damar Ardyansyah

Politeknik Manufaktur Astra


Abstract

In the Manufacturing of automotive spare parts, increased sales of vehicles is resulted in increased demand for production of engine valve of the customer. To meet customer demand, we carry out improvement and overhaul of the machine or seat grinder NTVS-2894 for the seat grinder on a machining line. NTVS-2894 seat grinder machine has been decreased machine productivity, the amount of trouble and the amount of downtime. To overcome these problems on overhaul the NTVS-2984 seat grinder machine include mechanical and programs, is to do the design and manufacture of HMI (Human Machine Interface) GP-4501T program. Because of the time prior to the overhaul, NTVS-2894 seat grinder machine does not have a backup HMI (Human Machine Interface) program. The goal of the design and manufacture in this program is to improve the achievement of production, and allows an operator to operate beside it easier to troubleshoot the NTVS- 2894 seat grinder machine thereby reducing downtime on the NTVS-2894 seat grinder machine. The result after the design, HMI program successfully made it back, machine productivity increased by 34.8%, the amount of trouble and downtime decreased 40% decrease from 3,160 minutes to 1,700 minutes.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=158


46.

IMPLEMENTATION OF WEB SERVICES TECHNOLOGY WITH REST PROTOCOL FOR PRESENTATION OF MINING POTENTIAL INFORMATION
Tajuddin Abdillah, Edi Setiawan, Roviana H Dai

Universitas Negeri Gorontalo


Abstract

The process of presenting information on areas with mine potential in Gorontalo Province has several problems (1) the presentation of information is still done manually; (2) the difficulty of policy makers in identifying and analyzing mining potentials due to the absence of accurate and up to date information, consequently other government agencies that need such information have difficulty obtaining it. This study aims to implement web services technology using REST protocol to present information on mining potential in Gorontalo Province. This research uses research and development method with ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, Evaluation) model. The results showed that the built system could perform data exchange process and present the mine potential information using software with different platforms that help other government agencies in obtaining information as needed.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=162


47.

NEW MODEL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOVERNANCE IN THE GOVERNMENT OF GORONTALO CITY USING FRAMEWORK COBIT 4.1.
Abd. Aziz Bouty, Moh. Hidayat Koniyo, Dian Novian

Universitas Negeri Gorontalo


Abstract

Information technology Management by the government of Gorontalo city still has limited resources and lack of standard document of information technology management. This will lead to poor data management process so that there can be loss, destruction, theft and tapping of important data. In this study using case study method, by conducting surveys and data collection on the object of research that is on 5 (five) agencies contained in the government of Gorontalo city. This study aims to determine the level of maturity of information technology governance at the government of Gorontalo City by applying the COBIT framework standard. In this research will also be controlled to the information technology process that runs in Government of Gorontalo city. The main target is the creation of information technology model that can be used by the Governance of Gorontalo city as a reference in planning and managing information technology. To achieve these targets the steps to be taken are (1) survey and data collection, (2) compilation of information technology framework, (3) measurement of information technology governance, (4) analysis of information technology governance.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=167


48.

Validation of A Numerical Program for Analyzing Potential Kinetic Energy in the Bangka Strait, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
P T D Rompas*, H Taunaumang, and F J Sangari

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

The paper presents validation of the numerical program that compute the distribution of marine current velocities in the Bangka strait. The numerical program used the RANS model where the pressure distribution in the vertical assumed to be hydrostatic. The 2D and 3D numerical program results compared with the measurement results which are observation results to the moment conditions of low and high tide currents. It found no different significant between the numerical results and the measurement results. The results will be use in analyzing potential kinetic energy at actually conditions in the Bangka strait North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=168


49.

Effect of Pertilite-Spiritus Blend Fuel on Performance of Single Cylinder Spark Ignition Engine
Wibowo, Hary; Susastriawan, A.A.P.; Andrian, Defa

Institut Sains & Teknologi AKPRIND


Abstract

In this work, effect of Spiritus addition on Pertalite on engine’s performance (brake horse power and torque, specific fuel consumption, and exhaust gas emission) is experimentally investigated. The tests are conducted at 3000-7000 rpm for four different fuels, i.e; pertalite, 95%P-5%S, 90%P-10%S, and 85%P-15%S. The blend ratios of Pertalite (P) and Spirtus (S) are measured by volume. The result show that The addition of 15% Spiritus (by volume) on Pertalilte can enhance the blend combustion hence improve engine’s brake horse power and decrease specific fuel consumption rate. However, engine’s torque is lower when using the blend 85%P-15%S if compared with using Pertalite.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=169


50.

Implementation of ANP-DNumber Method in Determining Supplier to Improve Service towards Supermarket Consumers
A. Mulyanto, D. Novian, M R A Kaluku

Universitas Negeri Gorontalo


Abstract

Performance assessment on the supplier by the supermarket manager is relatively difficult to conduct and implies subjectivity, because there is no measureable and objective performance indicator. This study aims to assist in the decision making process and to look for alternative solutions in assessing the performance of each supplier, so that the service towards the customers will improve as well. ANP method is used to find the weight of each sub-criteria that will be used to measure the supplier performance. The weight result of each sub-criteria derived from the ANP method is used again in measuring the performance and to rank the performance of each supplier by using DNumber method that generates the highest value of the supplier is 0.71666 while the lowest value is 0.24825. The result of this study shows that the ANP and DNumber methods can be used to measure the supplier performance therefore it can assist the selection of supplier which can increase service towards the mart’s consumers.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=170


51.

Design of Integrated Database on Mobile Device Information System
Nurnawati, Erna Kumalasari; Ermawati

Institut Sains & Teknologi AKPRIND


Abstract

An integration database is a database which acts as the data store for multiple applications, and thus integrates data across these applications (in contrast to an Application Database). An integration database needs a schema that takes all its client applications into account (Fowler). The benefit of this is that sharing data between applications does not require an extra layer of integration services on the applications. Any changes to data made in a single application are made available to all applications at the time of database commit - thus keeping the applications data use better synchronized.
This study aims to design and build an integrated database that can be used by various applications in mobile device based system platforms with the based of smart city system. The built-in database can be used by various applications, whether used together or separately.
The design and development of the database is emphasized on the flexibility, security and completeness of attributes that can be used together by various applications to be built.

The method used in this study is to review the literature review and compare with the needs of database systems to be built. Test the resulting design with some prototype apps and analyze system performance with test data. The results of this study are expected to be an integrated database design that can be used by various similar applications in the mobile device system platform.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=171


52.

Optimization of Coconut Fiber Utilization to Concrete Mixture
Rahmi Karolina (a*), Nora Usrina (b)

a)Civil Engineering Department Universitas Sumatera Utara
*rachmie_caroline[at]yahoo.co.id
b)Civil Engineering Department Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Waste material or waste is often used as a material that can be used for specific purposes such as field engineering structure materials, waste has been widely studied for later utilized. One of the waste material that has not been much studied as a concrete building material is coconut fiber ash. In this study, coconut fiber ash as a cement substitute in concrete mixtures. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent of the effect of replacement of cement with coconut fibers ash to setting time, slump test value, concrete compressive strength quality and concrete split tensile strength. The replacement composition of cement with coconut fiber ash are 0%, 1,5%, 3%, 4,5%, 6%, 7,5%, 9%, 10,5%, 12%, 13,5% and 15% of the concrete volume. The planned quality of concrete is 20 MPa and the duration of immersion are 28 days. From the concrete compressive strength testing on samples with different variations of coconut fiber ash we can conclude that the material is only effective used in substitution variation of 1,5% and 3% of coconut fiber ash with final compressive strength value are 23,32 MPa and 22,50 MPa.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=173


53.

Simulation and Failure Analysis of Car Bumper Made of Pineapple Leaf Fiber Reinforced Composite
Arbintarso, Ellyawan Setyo; Muslim; Rusianto, Toto

Institut Sains & Teknologi AKPRIND


Abstract

The bumper car made of the Natural Fiber Reinforced Composite (NFRC) is possible to be produced with the advantage of easy to get, and cheap. Pineapple leaf fiber has chosen as a natural fiber, which the maximum of the strength of 368 MPa. Simulations and failure analysis have been conducted and showed an increased impact speed in line with increased displacement, strain, and stress that occur on the surface of the bumper. The bumper can withstand collisions at a rate of less than 70 km/h.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=174


54.

Evaluation of Work Posture and Quantification of fatigue by Rapid Entire Body Assessment (REBA)
Indah Rizkya1, Khalida Syahputri2, Rahmi M Sari3, Anizar4, Ikhsan Siregar5

Universitas Sumatera Utara
Jalan Almamater Kampus USU, Padang Bulan Medan 20155, Indonesia
email: indahrizkya[at]usu.ac.id


Abstract

Work related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), poor body postures, and low back injuries are the most common problems occurring in many industries including small-medium scaled industry. This study presents assessment and evaluation of ergonomic postures of material handling worker. Evaluation of work posture was carried out using REBA (Rapid Entire Body Assessment). REBA is a technique to quantize the fatigue experienced by the worker while manually lifting loads. Fatigue due to abnormal work posture leads to complaints of labor-perceived pain. REBA methods were used to assessment of working postures for the existing process by a procedural analysis of body postures involved. This study shows that parts of body have a high risk of work are the back, neck, and upper arms with REBA score 9, so action should be taken as soon as possible. Controlling actions were implemented to those process with high risk then substantial risk reduction was achieved.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=177


55.

Optimization of Rambutan Seed (Nephelium Lappaceum L.) as Food Raw Material and Processed Nutritious and Valueable
Meda Wahini 1) Mauren Gita Miranti 2) Febriani Lukitasari 3)

Universitas Negeri Surabaya
1) medawahini[at]unesa.ac.id
2) maurenmiranti[at]unesa.ac.id
3) febrianilukitasari16070895005[at]mhs.unesa.ac.id


Abstract

Rambutan (Nephelium Lappaceum L.) is a plant that identical with Southeast Asian countries, in some areas of Indonesia no exception. Rambutan is consumed by people in the form of pulp, while the seed is discarded. Therefore, it needs to be optimized into raw materials of food and processed with high nutritional value and has economic value. The purpose of this research were: 1) to find the best raw of rambutan seed formula; 2) to know the nutritional value of the best raw of rambutan seed; 3) to produce raw material and various processed of rambutan seed product. The research method was quasi experiment with 2x3 factorial design, Namely by using the type of immersion materials (by NaCl and Ca(OH)2) and the amount of soaking ingredients ( by 10%, 20%, 30%). The results showed that: 1) the best raw of rambutan seed formula was used 30% Ca(OH)2; 2) the best raw of rambutan seed contains 12,08 proteinand 6,41 of lipid; 3) the best raw of rambutan seed produce coffee, flour and processed of various nuts of rambutan seed. This research indicates that the seed of rambutan is very potential to be an alternative high-value raw materials.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=180


56.

Performance of Savonius Blade Waterwheel with Variation of Blade Number
L. Sule(a*), P.T.D. Rompas(b)

a) Universitas Hasanuddin
b) Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

The utilization of water energy source is mainly used as a provider of electrical energy through hydroelectric power. The potential utilization of water flow energy relatively small. The objective of this study is to know the best blade of Savonius waterwheel with various variables such as water discharge, blade number, and loading. The data used the efficiency of waterwheel, variation of blade number, variable water discharge, and loading in the shaft. The test results have shown that the performance of a top-water mill with a semicircular curve with a variation in the number of blades are 4, 6, and 8 at discharge and loading of 0.01587 m3/s and 1000 grams respectively. Performance of the number of blades are 4, 6, and 8 are 9.945%, 13.929%, and 17.056% respectively. The blades number of 8 obtained the greatest performance.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=190


57.

Performance S type Savonius Wind Turbine with Variation of Fin Addition on Blade
Stephanus Fajar Pamungkas (a*), Danar Susilo Wijayanto (a), Herman Saputro (a), Indah Widiastuti (a)

a) Mechanical Engineering Education, Teaching and Education Faculty of Sebelas Maret University
Ahmad Yani street Numb. 200 Pabelan Kartasuta Sukoharjo
*stephanusfajar63[at]gmail.com


Abstract

Wind power has been receiving attention as the new energy resource in addressing the ecological problems of burning fossil fuels. Savonius wind rotor is a vertical axis wind turbines (VAWT) which has relatively simple structure and low operating speed. These characteristics make it suitable for areas with low average wind speed as in Indonesia. To identify the performance of Savonius rotor in generating electrical energy, this research experimentally studied the effect of fin addition for the ‘S’ shape of Savonius VAWT. The fin is added to fill the space in the blade in directing the wind flow. This rotor has two turbine blades, a rotor diameter of 1,1 m and rotor height of 1,4 m, used pulley transmission system with 1:4,2 multiplication ratio, and used a generator type PMG 200 W. The research was conducted during dry season in a suburb in Central Java Indonesia by measuring the wind speed in the afternoon. The average wind speed in the area is 2.3 m/s with the maximum of 4.5 m/s. It was found that additional fin significantly increase the ability of Savonius rotor VAWT to generate electrical energy shown by increasing of electrical power. The highest power generated is 13.40 Watt at a wind speed of 4.5 m/s by adding 1 (one) fin in the blade. It increased by 22.71% from the rotor blade with no additional fin. However, increasing number of fins in the blade was not linearly increase the electrical power generated. The wind rotor blade with 4 additional fins is indicated has the lowest performance, generating only 10.80 Watt electrical power, accounted lower than the one generated by no fin-rotor blade. By knowing the effect of the rotor shape, the rotor dimension, the addition of fin, transmission, and generator used, it is possible to determine alternative geometry design in increasing the electrical power generated by Savonius wind turbine.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=191


58.

Bio-Ethanol Production from Peat Using Fermentation Method
Kiagus Ahmad Roni; Mardwita; Merisha Hastarina

Chemical Engineering Department,Muhammadiyah University of Palembang.
Chemical Engineering Department, Muhammadiyah University of Palembang.
Industrial Engineering Department, Muhammadiyah University of Palembang.


Abstract

Renewable energy development in Indonesia is one of government’s programs to reduce carbon dioxide emission and dependence to fossil fuel. Bio-ethanol is an alternative energy that can be developed to replace solar fuel. Peat is a source of bio-ethanol which is very potential because of its abundant source in Indonesia. This research investigated the lifecycle of bio-ethanol from peat, resulting carbon dioxide emission reduction and energy net. Fermentation method was used to produce bio-ethanol from peat. In the fermentation, two types of yeast were used, they were bread yeast and tape yeast and the fermentation temperature was between 20 C to 40 C. The products were analyzed by a gas chromatograph (GC). The results showed that at the 10th day, the bio-ethanol production was the highest using tape yeast. This research also concern to the side effects of by-products from bio-ethanol production. The use of by-products may improve the environment performance and bio-ethanol energy until 30-70%.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=192


59.

Spatial modeling of tsunami impact in Manado city using Geographic Information System
Joyce Christian Kumaat, Sontje Kandoli, Febriyani Laeloma

Email: joykekumaat[at]unima.ac.id
Geography Department
Faculty Social Science
Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

The city of Manado is a coastal area in the shape of a bay. Manado Bay is a water body that protrudes in the area of Manado City where the condition of this region is likely to have a tsunami threat. Manado Bay is home to several rivers such as: Tondano River has geological history of both land and sea. There are several active faults, such as in the sea, subduction of sub plate in north of island, Mayu mountain plate, and Sangihe plate east of North Sulawesi. The purpose of this study is divided into two parts: General purpose is to describe GIS-based disaster mitigation that can be done to minimize disaster risk if Tsunami disaster occurs in coastal area of Manado Bay, while special purpose consists of 3 parts, namely: 1. Mapping of zone- Tsunami vulnerability zone of Manado Bay; 2. Mapping the distance and time of the scenario of the Manado Bay Tsunami evacuation route; 3. Mapping of the number of buildings and roads exposed to the Manado Bay Tsunami. Data collection techniques use secondary data collection techniques. Secondary data comes from related institutions or institutions, libraries, or individual archives. The data collection is also continued by direct observation. Direct observation is meant by direct observation by using checklist for secondary data adjustment and then determination of coordinate point with Global Position System (GPS) at some tsunami location.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=193


60.

EFFECT OF BLADE FIN ON THE POWER GENERATED BY A SAVONIUS ROTOR VERTICAL AXIS WIND TURBINE TYPE L
Deny Prabowo, Danar Susilo Wijayanto, Indah Widiastuti

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Increasing of electricity energy consumption sourced from fossils over time continues to grow. The fossil energy reserves will be faster exhausted than expected because of the increasing trend of fossil energy production. Wind as an environmentally friendly renewable energy source can be an alternative solution reduce the consumption of fossil energy. This research aims to analyze the influence of blade fin on the power generated by a savonius wind turbine type L with variation of wind speed. This research used a savonius wind turbine type L with a rotor diameter of 1.1 m and a rotor height of 1.4 m. The material used for the blade is aluminum plate. Generator using a type PMG 200 Watt with pulley transmition system 1 : 4.2. The method used is the experimental method by varying the addition of the fin on blade and the wind speed. Variables taken in this research are wind speed, variation of attaching fin, and electric power generated by wind turbine. Variations of additioning fin are without fin, 1 fin, 2 fin, 3 fin, 4 fin. Testing tools using anemometer, tachometer, ampere and digital voltmeter. The highest wind frequency occurs at wind speed interval 2.1 up to 2.5 m/s. The average wind speed during the test was 2.8 m/s with a maximum wind speed of 5 m/s. The results of the research was found that the blade fin affect the electric power generated but the number of fin in the blade is not linearly result in increasing ot the electric power. The increasing number of fin results in lower power generated compared by the with one fin. The variation of addition 1 fin generates the largest electric power that is 10.66 watt at wind speed of 4.5 m/s with 240 rpm rotation of generator. The lowest cut in speed is 2 m/s achieved the addition of 4 fin on the blade. By knowing the shape of the rotor, the dimensions of the rotor, the addition of fin, transmission and generator used can be found alternatives to increase the electrical power generated by savonius wind turbine.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=196


61.

Analysis of Axial Turbine Pico-hydro Electrical Power Plant in Tinnor Village, North Sulawesi
F J Sangari(a*), P T D Rompas (b)

a) Department of Education Electrical Engineering, Universitas Negeri Manado
Jalan Kampus FT-Unima, Tondano 95618, Indonesia
*ferry_sangari[at]yahoo.com
b) Department of Information and Communication Technology Education, Universitas Negeri Manado
Jalan Kampus FT-Unima, Tondano 95618, Indonesia


Abstract

This study presents analysis of pico-hydro electrical power plant in Tinnor village, North Sulawesi. The electricity supply in Tinoor is still very limited so to need specific handling by local government and researcher. The objective of this study is to get a design of axial turbine pico-hydro electrical power plant. The method used the study of literature, survey the construction site of the power plant and the characteristics of the location being a place of study, analysis of hydropower ability and analyzing costs of power plant. The result showed that the design of axial turbine pico-hydro installation is connected to a generator to produce electrical energy maximum can be used for household needs in Tinoor village. This analyze will be propose to local government of Minahasa, North Sulawesi, Indonesia to be followed.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=213


62.

Parental Defense to the Offspring: Mathematical Model and Simulation
Fadilah Ilahi (a*), Juariah (b), Rahayu Kariadinata (b)

a) Department of Mathematics, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati, Jl. A.H. Nasution No.105, Bandung 40614, Indonesia
*E-mail: fadilah.ilahi[at]uinsgd.ac.id
b) Department of Mathematics Education, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati, Jl. A.H. Nasution No. 105, Bandung 40614, Indonesia



Abstract

Parental defense of offspring is an important thing during a predator attack in many species. A higher level of defense will save the offspring but in the other hand it also exposes a higher risk for parent. In this article, the authors try to construct the model for parental defense in prey population. The model based on stage structured dynamical model which assumed that the offspring are entirely dependent on parental care for survival. A contact between parent and predator describe as a distance, not a direct bodily contact. The dynamic and stability analysis are done here to predict the optimal level of defense. Furthermore, the simulation are shown to understand the behavior of prey population with a certain level of parental defense. The simulation showed that parental defense is increase during breeding and nesting season.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=200


63.

A Prospective Method to Increase Oil Recovery in Waxy-Shallow Reservoir
Fiki Hidayat, Muslim Abdurrahman

Universitas Islam Riau


Abstract

Waxy oil has been the main characteristics of The X field. Initial screening criteria studies indicated that cyclic steam stimulation (CCS) would be the optimum option because favorable reservoir condition. Based on this method we would like to know how much oil gain and the effect of steam for the stimulated and surrounding well. The injection of steam was done for 7 days followed by 14 days of soaking period. 39,000 liter of Marine fuel oil was used to generate steam for stimulation with an average produce steam quality about 80%. Average of 255 MMBTU of steam was injected each day with total steam injected was about 1.7 BBTU. The oil production was increased four times from 5 bopd into 21 bopd. Proper well candidate and high permeability are the some reason for successfully this method in order to increase oil production. Additional heat from steam reduced the damage near wellbore due to wax deposition. This is verify by increasing productivity index from 3 bbl/psi to 4 bbl/psi. From results and observation data, this method can be a platform for typical shallow depth reservoir with high paraffinic content especially other reservoir in Sihapas formation.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=201


64.

MORPHOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF Etlingera elatior (Jack) EXPLORATION IN SUKABUMI, WEST JAVA
Liberty Chaidir, Cecep Hidayat, Asep Supriadin, Anna Aina, Nuryan

Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


Abstract

Etlingera elatior (Jack), localized Honje, is an underutilized species in Zingiberaceae family potentially use as resources of secondary metabolite compound for medicines, cosmetics, bio-insecticides and antioxidant needs. The recent research and report for this species in Indonesia, particularly its genetic diversity, pharmaceutical utilization as medicines, and conservation effort, is still have limited acces. Less attention and interest for this species will threat the existence of this potential species. Morphological characterization and study of genetic diversity is needed to increase its value and conservation efforts. This research aim to obtain the accessions as parent resources for plant development and the accessions which able to be used as madicine compound. This research used desciptive explorative survey by choosing area based on altitude; low land, medium, and high land in Sukabumi district, West Java. Each location was collected approximately 20 accession of plant. Morphological character was observed according to Descriptor list of Zingiberacea and modified for Etlingera elatior (Jack). The exploration obtained 39 accessions of Honje and characterized based on morphological and agronomic. These 39 accessions of Honje showed large genetic diversity with value of phenotypic variances are larger than two standard deviations in almost all agronomic characters. Cluster analysis between accessions of Honje was showed in dendogram output with coefficient of Eucidean by 3.30. TIN001 accession had the most far genetic relationship with REN001 and REN002 thus these accessions potentially to be used as parent in breeding program of Honje.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=202


65.

MORPHOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF Etlingera elatior (Jack) EXPLORATION IN SUKABUMI, WEST JAVA
Liberty Chaidir, Cecep Hidayat, Asep Supriadin, Anna Aina, Nuryan

universitas Islam Negri Sunan Gunung Djati


Abstract

Etlingera elatior (Jack), localized Honje, is an underutilized species in Zingiberaceae family potentially use as resources of secondary metabolite compound for medicines, cosmetics, bio-insecticides and antioxidant needs. The recent research and report for this species in Indonesia, particularly its genetic diversity, pharmaceutical utilization as medicines, and conservation effort, is still have limited acces. Less attention and interest for this species will threat the existence of this potential species. Morphological characterization and study of genetic diversity is needed to increase its value and conservation efforts. This research aim to obtain the accessions as parent resources for plant development and the accessions which able to be used as madicine compound. This research used desciptive explorative survey by choosing area based on altitude; low land, medium, and high land in Sukabumi district, West Java. Each location was collected approximately 20 accession of plant. Morphological character was observed according to Descriptor list of Zingiberacea and modified for Etlingera elatior (Jack). The exploration obtained 39 accessions of Honje and characterized based on morphological and agronomic. These 39 accessions of Honje showed large genetic diversity with value of phenotypic variances are larger than two standard deviations in almost all agronomic characters. Cluster analysis between accessions of Honje was showed in dendogram output with coefficient of Eucidean by 3.30. TIN001 accession had the most far genetic relationship with REN001 and REN002 thus these accessions potentially to be used as parent in breeding program of Honje. `

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=207


66.

PERFORMANCE OF PELTON TURBINE FOR HYDROELECTRIC GENERATION IN VARYING DESIGN PARAMETERS
Ary Cahya Setyawan, Nur Kholifah, Danar Susilo Wijayanto, Indah Widiastuti, Herman Saputro

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Water power is a renewable energy source which has great potential in replacing fossil energy for generating electricity. The aim of this research is to analyze influence of vertical distance of water source (water head) and nozzle diameter on the electrical power generated by Pelton turbine. This research used Pelton turbine type with 22 buckets (vanes). It used a PMG 200 watts generator with 1 : 2 pulley transmission system.of . Four different values of nozzle diameter and three different values of water head were chosen as the design parameters of the turbine. The electrical power was measured in three replications for each combination of the design parameters. The research showed that water head and nozzle diameter significantly affect the power generated by the Pelton turbine. The higher the water head from the surface, the more power generated. It was found that the electric power linearly increases with the increasing of nozzle diameter. However, it reaches the peak in 9 mm nozzle diameter and is getting lower in larger diameter. The highest electric power of 16.89 watt is observed by adjusting the water head on 4.6 m with 9 mm nozzle diameter. Those design parameters are able to produce a rotation speed at 320 rpm in the generator. By identifying the appropriate design parameters, it is possible to have more power generated by the water turbine used for hydroelectric power generation plant.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=205


67.

THE EFFECT OF BIODIESEL ADDITION TO DIESEL FUEL AND THE APLLICATION OF SQUARE SIPPED PIPE IN THE UPPER TANK RADIATOR ON FUEL CONSUMPTION IN THE TEST DRIVE OF ISUZU PANTHER LV2001 CAR
Hasan Bisri, Danar Susilo Wijayanto, Ranto Hadisaputro

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

The growth of four-wheeled vehicles, especially CI engine has increased year by year. It increases the national use of diesel fuel, so that the national stock of the diesel fuel on the market is decreased. One of solutions to overcome the problem is the use of biodiesel and heating fuel. This research aims to investigate the effect of biodiesel addition to diesel fuel and fuel heating through a square sipped pipes in upper tank radiator on fuel consumption in the Isuzu Panther LV2001 car test drive. This research method is experimental method. The sample of this research is Isuzu Panther car LV2001 4. The data analyzing technique is descriptive analysis with comparative approach. The test drive used SNI 7554:2010. The variations of biodiesel in to diesel fuel are 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, and 30%. Then the variations of the distance between square-sipped are 10 mm, 20 mm, and 30 mm. The results of the research showed that the addition of biodiesel in diesel fuel can efficient the fuel consumption. The most efficient consumption is in addition of 15% biodiesel in the amount of 266.7 ml/km. There is an effect of fuel heating that can efficient fuel consumption. The most efficient consumption is in the using of 30 mm square-sipped pipes radiator. The addition of biodiesel and fuel heating can efficient fuel consumption. The most efficient consumption is in addition of 20% biodiesel and heating of the fuel with 30 mm square-sipped pipes in the amount of 206.4 ml/km. The consumption difference is 193.6 ml/km or 48.4% of the standard consumption. By knowing the effect of the addition biodeisel to diesel fuel and fuel heating with the distance between square-sipped used, it is possible to efficient fuel consumption by the Isuzu Panther LV2001 car.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=206


68.

ANALYSIS IN SILICO OF NONSTRUCTURAL GENE OF ZIKA VIRUS FOR ZIKA FEVER VACCINE
Yani Suryani1 , Opik Taupiqurrohman1 , Sri Rahayu Ningsih1 , Muhammad Ali Ramdhani2

1) Department of Biology, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
2) Department of Informatics, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung


Abstract

Zika fever is a disease caused by Zika virus infection (ZIKV) that is transmitted to humans by Aedes aegypti mosquito. This fever can cause disability in the body organs. One of the effective for Zika fever prevention
efforts is vaccination. The aim of the study was to obtain candidate epitope/peptide vaccine from the Zika4A non-structural gene. This gene is very potential as a source of epitope vaccine candidates because it is not homologous to the human genome and not immunogen. This research was conducted at Computational Laboratory of Department of Biology, Faculty of Science and Technology, State Islamic University of Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung in December 2016 until February 2017. The process of vaccine candidate search is done through immunoinformatics approach. The results showed that the MLLGLLGTV peptide (Methionine, Leucine, Leucine, Glycine, Leucine, Leucine, Glycine, Threonine, and valine) had a strong affinity for the major histocompatibility complex protein I (MHC I) shown with a very low free energy value compared to the control Ie -1502.16 Kcal/mol and -1390.25 Kcal/mol, respectively. Based on this, the sequence of MLLGLLGTV is a potential peptide for Zika fever vaccine candidate.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=208


69.

THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SEAWATER INTRUSION BASED ON RESISTIVITY AT BANDA ACEH CITY, INDONESIA
Akmal Muhni (a), Moh. Sapari D. Hadian (b*), T. Yan W. M. Iskandarsyah (b), Gartika S. Nugraha (c)

a) Postgraduate Geology Department, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia
b) Environmental Geology & Hydrogeology Laboratory, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia
*sapari[at]unpad.ac.id
c) Department of Geology Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia


Abstract

A research has been conducted to analyze the susceptibility of seawater intrusion based on resistivity value in Banda Aceh city. This study aimed to determine the lithology of susceptibility of seawater intrusion areas by using 2D resistivity Wenner-Schlumberger’s configuration. This method is also used to interpret the subsurface layer structure of susceptibility of seawater intrusion in Banda Aceh city. In geomorphology and topography, the Banda Aceh plains extend to the southeast (around Krueng Aceh River) in Aceh Besar district (Western and eastern coastal areas) and Pidie district. Banda Aceh city has a slope of 0-10% and a height of 0-10 meters above sea level. The results in this study showed that the resistivity of susceptibility of seawater intrusion in the research area is below 1.45 Ωm with intrusion depth varies from 0 to 34,1 meters. Based on the analysis and interpretation of data, the subsurface structure of the region composed of clayey sand, sandy clay and clay that spreads laterally. The deployment of seawater intrusion occurs at the northern part of Banda Aceh directly related to the coastal area.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=212


70.

Nutrition Formulation of Microbial Biostimulation for MEOR Application Using Surface Response Methodology (Central Composite Design Model)
Isty Adhitya Purwasena (a*), Dea Indriani Astuti (b), Rara Ajeng Annisa Wulandari (b), Rika Handaruni (b)

a) School of Life Sciences and Technology, Bandung Institute of Technology
Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia
isty[at]sith.itb.ac.id
b) School of Life Sciences and Technology, Bandung Institute of Technology
Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia


Abstract

The increment of oil consumption in Indonesia is not supported by the oil production which has been declined since 2002. Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) is one of the technology for increasing the oil production by employing microorganism. The aim of this research is to determine the optimum nutrients concentration which stimulating the growth of indigenous microorganisms of oil reservoir in South Sumatera. The experiments were performed using a surface response with central composite design (CCD) by using molasses, NPK, and urea as independent variables. The response parameters are consisted of the number of anaerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria, pH, viscosity, and IFT. The experiments were carried out using 200 ml vial bottles at 50oC under anaerobic conditions for six weeks. The highest total cell number was 9,2x105 CFU/ml while the reduction of IFT and viscosity were 47,48% and 63,73% respectively after six weeks incubation. GC-MS analysis of oil sample showed the presence of cyclic chain hydrocarbon fractions degradation into straight chain hydrocarbon fractions. Based on statistical analysis of CCD, the optimum nutrients concentration which are could be applied for MEOR applications are molasses 2,05% (v/v), NPK 0,48% (w/v) and urea 0,99% (w/v).

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=210


71.

Clay Stabilization using the ash of Mount Sinabung in terms of the value of California Bearing Ratio (CBR)
Ika Puji Hastuty1 *, Roesyanto2, and Samuel M.A Napitupulu3

Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Most areas in Indonesia consist of clay soils with high plasticity so that to meet technical requirements the soil needs improvement, which is known as soil stabilization.There are three ways of soil stabilization process, i.e. mechanical, physical and chemical. In this study, chemical stabilization was performed, that was by adding stabilizing agents to the soil. The stabilizing agent used was the ash of Mount Sinabung. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the addition of Mount Sinabung ash to CBR value, to determine the effect of the curing time of 1 day and 14 days mixture on the CBR value, and to find the mixed content with effective curing time to produce the largest CBR value. Based on this study, the soil type CL (Clay – Low Plasticity) was obtained, based on the classification of USCS and categorized as A-6 (6) based on the classification of AASHTO with the most effective mixed stabilizer material which was the variation of 10% Mount Sinabung ash with 14 days of curing time. The CBR value resulted from the mixture of 10% Mount Sinabung ash that was cured within 14 days was 8.95%. By the increase of the content of the Mount Sinabung ash, the CBR value always improved to the level of 10%, Mount Sinabung ash then decreased and became constant at the mixture of higher volcanic ash mixture but remained above the CBR value of the original soil.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=214


72.

LEAN MANUFACTURING ANALYSIS TO REDUCE WASTE ON PRODUCTION PROCESS OF PRODUCTS FAN
Ikhsan Siregar, Abdillah Arif Nasution, Ulfi Andayani, Rahmi M. Sari, Khalida Syahputri, Anizar

Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

This research is based on case study that being on electrical company.. One of the products that will be researched is the fan, which when running the production process there is a time that is not value-added, among others, the removal of material which is not efficient in the raw materials and component molding fan. This study aims to reduce waste or non-value added activities and shorten the total lead time by using the tools Value Stream Mapping. Lean manufacturing methods used to analyze and reduce the non-value added activities, namely the value stream mapping analysis tools, process mapping activity with 5W1H, and tools 5 whys. Based on the research note that no value-added activities in the production process of a fan of 647.94 minutes of total lead time of 725.68 minutes. Process cycle efficiency in the production process indicates that the fan is still very low at 11%. While estimates of the repair showed a decrease in total lead time became 340.9 minutes and the process cycle efficiency is greater by 24%, which indicates that the production process has been better.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=218


73.

Difrentiation of 0% and 10% Nano Chitosan and Platelet Rich Plasma from Preosteoblast Cell with Alkali Pospatase as in Vitro Surugate Marker
Wedagama D.M, Hartini.I.G.A.A

Faculty of Dentistry, University of Mahasaraswati Denpasar, Bali of Indonesia


Abstract

Abstract
This study was concern in the effect of nano chitosan mix with platelet rich plasma (PRP) on 0% and 10% concentration to proliferation rate of preosteoblast sel with incubation time 5 and 7 days used in vitro culturee system. The culturee media of preosteoblast cell MC3T3-E1 (ATCC murine cell line) used alpha-MEM, 2mM L-glutamin, 1mm sodium piruvat, 10% FBS and 10% penstrep in 25 cm2 flask bottle and incubated in incubator with 5% CO2 and the temperature was 37oC untill the cell was confluent 70-80%. After confluent , cell were ready to platting in well-24 to gave treatments. The Bloods sample took with centrifugal technique. In this study the treatment was divide into 2 groups, nano chitosan +PRP and hydroksiapatite +PRP. Difrentiation of preosteoblast cell saw with imonositokimia staining ang the difrentiation of cells were counted and investigated with confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM). Data was analysed, the normality of sample data analysed with Shapiro-Wilk, comparation test used independent sample t test and one way Annova test (F test). All of them analysed with SPSS software for Windows 22. The experiment result showed that nano chitosan +PRP can accelerated difrentiation than Hydroksiapatite + PRP on 0% concentration and 10% concentration . The independent sample t test result showed that there were a significant different (p=0.009<∝) with difrentiation rate mean (0%) between treatment group nano chitosan +PRP (400.7±61.2) and treatment group hydroksiapatite +PRP (278.5±69.6) on 5 days incubation time, difrentiation rate mean (10%) between treatment group nano chitosan +PRP (330.2±56) and treatment group hydroksiapatite +PRP (259.5±25.8) on 7 days incubation time. Based on difrentiation mean rate (0%) and (10%) showed that treatment group of nano chitosan + PRP with 5 and 7 days incubation have higher mean than 0% and 10% difrentiation mean on treatment group nano chitosan and PRP and can accelerated bone healing with incubation time 5 and 7 days than treatment group of hydroksiapatite + PRP.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=221


74.

Quality Function Deployment (QFD) Application for Ergonomic Work Facility Design
Ikhsan Siregar, Amalia Amalia, Ulfi Andayani, Anizar, Rahmi M. Sari, Indah Rizkya Tarigan, Khalida Syahputri

Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

QFD begins when we want to identify the needs of consumers expressed in qualitative characteristics. QFD is a matrix (House of Quality matrix) that connects what the customer wants and how a product is copied, produced to meet customer needs. Facilities that are not ergonomic make workers uncomfortable and result in pain complaints. Work facility improvements were made by applying the QFD methodology to minimize occupational pain complaints. The result of the research was found the design of new work facility with high dimension of the chair foot 45,14 cm, the length of the holder 45,59 cm, the width of the holder 32,51 cm, the height of the back of 58,26 cm, the width of the backrest 41,66 cm and the height of the foot of machine 68 , 41 cm.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=222


75.

Analysis and Experiments of the Effect of Reinforcement of Wood Beam Using Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer against Bending Strength
Torang Sitorus

Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Flexural reinforcement on wood beams is intended to increase the maximum load capacity that can be beaten by wood beams until they are failure. One of the most widely used resilient reinforcements currently used is reinforcement using Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) which is a combination of high strength with a light weight. This reinforcement is intended for historical buildings that need to be increased load capacity that can be borne due to changes in building function, or the increase of the load on the building. The purpose of this research is to know the effect of reinforcement of wood beams with CFRP and variation of length of reinforcement to flexible strength of wood beams, and beam behavior reinforced with CFRP due to loading. Structural beam testing using mahogany logs with cross sectional size 75x100mm2 along 2 m consisting of 4 types of samples with each type consists of 2 pieces of sample. The first sample was a wood beams without reinforcement, the second sample was a wood beams with a reinforcing length of ¼ spans in the middle, a third sample was a wood beams with a reinforcing length ¾ spans in the middle, and a fourth sample was a wood beams with retrofitting along the length of the span. From the test it is found that the maximum load increase that can be borne by the sample with the length of reinforcement ¼ span, ¾ span, and along the span has increased the maximum load respectively that is 4,393%, 37,340%, and 48,323% compared to wood beams without reinforcement. The average damage occurring in samples with CFRP is debonding failure.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=226


76.

Designing On-Board Data Handling For EDF (Electric Ducted Fan) Rocket
Agus Mulyana,Lutfi Abdussalam Al Faiz

Universitas Komputer Indonesia


Abstract

The EDF (Electric Ducted Fan) rocket to launch requires a system of monitoring, tracking and controlling to allow the rocket to glide properly. One of the important components in the rocket is OBDH (On-Board Data Handling) which serves as a medium to perform commands and data processing. However, TTC (Telemetry, Tracking, and Command) are required to communicate between GCS (Ground Control Station) and OBDH on EDF rockets.
In the design of integrated OBDH controller uses a lot of electronics modules, to know the behavior of rocket used IMU sensor (Inertial Measurement Unit) in which consist of 3-axis gyroscope sensor and Accelerometer 3-axis. To do tracking used GPS, compass sensor as a determinant of the direction of the rocket as well as a reference point on the z-axis of gyroscope sensor processing and used barometer sensors to measure the height of the rocket at the time of glide. The data can be known in real-time by sending data through radio modules at 2.4 GHz frequency using XBee-Pro S2B to GCS. By using windows filter, noises can be reduced, and it useful to guarantee monitoring and controlling system can working properly.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=227


77.

Auto Drain Valve Water Separator Inside The Unit of Komatsu HD 465-7R
Ir. Vuko A.T Manurung, MT, Yohanes Tri Joko W, ST., MT, Reza Inalda Poetra

Politeknik Manufaktur Astra


Abstract

Water separator is a component that separate water from fuel, so the circulating fuel in the fuel system is not contaminated by water. If there is water inside the water separator, it will be carried by into the fuel system and then impacting to the engine performance. It’s such as lowering engine power because the fuel filter is clogged due to the fuel mix with water. Then the real danger is in case of the fuel mixes with the water. It will damage the fuel system components such as blockage of injectors due to corrosion and wear of fuel supply pump.

As informed from daily maintenance record data, We have found that the lower power engine trouble was caused by the fuel filter that was clogged high enough. In this condition, it is needed optional device to automatically discharge the water from the water separator so the operator does not needed to drain the water manually. By this method, the potential risk of mix up water with fuel would be avoided and the loss of others component failure would be mostly avoided. The operator will be warned by buzzing active alarm and flashing caution lamp inside the cabin.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=229


78.

DESIGN AND DEVELOP EMPLOYEE ATTENDANCE SYSTEM USING RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID) AT FACULTY OF ENGINEERING MANADO STATE UNIVERSITY
g.d.p.maramis, p.t.d.rompas

Manado State University


Abstract

The fact that all of the employee’s (lecturer and staff) attendance are still recorded manually by using book reduce significantly the chances of accuracy and efficiency to the effort of the faculty to measure the performance all of the attendant and to know the number of attendance of each staff. By knowing all of those things, therefore the faculty can optimize their productivity in order to server the students who are studying on Faculty of Engineering
The objective of this research is to design and develop a software of RFID attendance system which is integrated with database system. Using such a system will definitely increase the discipline attitude of the employees which in the long run will improve the overall performance
The application of RFID attendance system consists of several main components such as tags that will be used as a replacement of id cards, and reader that will read the information related to the employee attendance. The integrated database will allow the system to automatically store data directly to the database.
The result of this project is a software of RFID attendance system which has a function to store the data or information of every single employee, with a maximum reading range of 2 cm, with success probability of 1 and requires a minimum interval between readings of 2 seconds in order to achieve an optimal functionability.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=230


79.

The Combination of RSA And Block Chiper Algorithms To Maintain Message Authentication
a) Sepri Yanti Tarigan and 2) Devita Permata Sari

a) Magister of Information Technology, Universitas Sumatera Utara
b) Sekolah Tinggi Teknik Poliprofesi Medan


Abstract

Abstract. RSA algorithm is one of the popular public key algorithm used and even still used today. The strength of this algorithm lies in the exponential process, and the factorial number into 2 prime numbers which until now takes a long time to do factoring. The RSA scheme itself adopts the block cipher scheme, where prior to encryption, the existing plaintext is divided into blocks of the same length, where the plaintext and ciphertext are integers between 1 to n, where n is typically 1024 bit, and the block length itself is smaller or equal to log(n)+1 with base 2. With the combination of RSA algorithm and block chiper it is expected that the authentication of the message can be maintained. The secured message will be encrypted with RSA algorithm first and will be encrypted again using block chiper. And conversely, the chipertext will be decrypted with the block chiper first and decrypted again with the RSA algorithm. This paper suggests a combination of RSA algorithms and block chiper to secure data.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=236


80.

The Sustainability of Public Transport in Medan,
medis s surbakti

universitas sumatera utara


Abstract

Medan City is the third largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta and Surabaya. With a total area of 265.10 km2 and a population of 2.1 million people, it is proper that Medan City has operated a mass transportation system, which can accommodate the needs of the city movement. The current transportation system is dominated by a paratransit that has a capacity of 12 passengers. In fact, the data released by Ditlantas Poldasu and the Department of Transportation of Medan City shows that in 2013 the total number of passenger vehicles is 408,877 units, 99% of which are private vehicles, and there are only 1580 public transport. Planning the bus as a public transportation system in the city of Medan who tried to integrate it with the surrounding cities until now has not been done. One of the problems is the overlap of the bus route with existing public transport routes. This raises resistance from organda as an association of public transport operators located in the city of Medan. Bappeda Medan City in the Year 2014 has done the initial planning of monorail development in Medan City. Based on the experience of bus implementation in public transportation system in Medan city which is not running in accordance with its planning, this paper tries to describe comprehensively the process that must be taken at strategic, tactical and operational level so that public transpotation system in Medan city wiil be a Well-organized transportation system and support a sustainable transportation system.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=238


81.

The Value of Passenger Car Equivalents for Becak Bermotor in Medan
Surbakti-Medis Sejahtera, Pandia-Indra Jaya, and Sembiring-Irwan Suranta

universitas sumatera utara


Abstract

The road traffic systems, travel patterns and other traffic characteristics are different for each country due to differences in the geometric patterns, available transport facilities for commuters, proportional and type of the vehicle itself and so on.
In Indonesia, the standard of pce (Passenger Car Equivalent) value found on IHCM (Indonesian Highway Capacity Manual) published in 1997. IHCM stated that the value of pce for heavy vehicles and motorcycles are 1.3 and 0.5 respectively. On these day, regarding Medan as a third biggest city in Indonesia, there have been lot of changes with regarding to the composition of the vehicle, as well as variations of the type of the vehicle itself. Becak bermotor (motorized tricycles) is a vehicle which is widely available in the city of Medan. Data from Medan City Transportation Department stated that there are more than 20,000 motorized motorized tricycles vehicles operating in the city at these day.
Pce value of these rickshaws will be calculated empirically based on observations at road and intersections in Medan. The calculation result shows that the pce value of motorized rickshaw is more than 1. This value will make the calculations regarding the performance of the traffic can be performed more accurately.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=239


82.

Optimization of Institution Accreditation App with Google Apps
Mr. Maksy Sendiang, Mrs.Mareyke Alelo, Mrs.Venny Ponggawa

Manado State Polytechnic


Abstract

The institution accreditation app is one application that stores and processes large amounts of data. The number of entities that must be covered by this application, the rapid and dynamic changes of data, the need for access stored data without constrained with time and place as well as security factors demanding a certain strategy in the development of this application. Google apps as a cloud-based application have components that are accessible to both desktop and mobile devices. This study aims to develop an institutional accreditation application and optimize it by utilizing features owned by Google Apps. Such optimization includes storage, data input, flexible data access and high data security factors. This study uses a mixed method between qualitative and quantitative methods in collecting and analyzing data. The data obtained is modeled using an object oriented approach and for the development of application using RUP (Rationale Unified Process) method which is the software development method which done repeatedly and focus on the architecture. The conclusion of this research is that the use of Google Apps components can optimize both desktop and mobile applications especially in terms of storage, mobility and data security.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=242


83.

Application of Taguchi method for surface roughness in the turning process of AISI 4140
Oyong Novareza, Dwi Hadi Sulistyarini, Randy Wiradmoko

Universitas Brawijaya


Abstract

This research is focusing on the surface roughness from turning process on a transmission shaft. It using of the material of medium carbon steel AISI 4140. It has carbon content approximately of 0.380% to 0.430%, hardness of 197 BHN and tensile strength approximately of 655 MPa. The Taguchi method was used to get a combination factors and factor levels in order to get the level of an optimal surface roughness. The factors that considered as an important during turning process are the spindle speed with the level of factors 420rpm, 620rpm, 1000rpm. The other factors are depth of cut with the level 0.125mm, 0.25mm, and 0.375. Besides, there is the composition of a mixture of demineralize water and cutting oil which is used as the coolant with the composition level 1:20, 1:30 and 1:40. The last factor is side rake angles on the tool made from High Speed Steel (HSS) that may affect the level of surface roughness with the variation of 5º, 10º, and 15º.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=243


84.

TAGUCHI EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF COFFEE POWDER PRODUCE BY AMADANOM COFFEE INDUSTRY, MALANG
Wisnu Wijayanto Putro, Oyong Novareza, Suluh Elman Swara, Rio Presetyo Lukodono, Ihram Rachmansyah

Universitas Brawijaya


Abstract

This research was conducted with a view to improve the quality of coffee powder produced by Amadanom Coffee Industry in Malang. The taguchi experiment design was performed to obtain a combination of roasting parameters which could in turn improve the quality of coffee powder. During the roasting process, the acids that were naturally contained in coffee beans were transformed into acetic acid, malic acid, citric acid, and phosphoric acid, which in turn contributed to the coffee’s actual taste. According to the ANOVA calculations, several key factors contributed to the actual taste of coffee powders. They are: Roasting Temperature, Duration of Roasting, the Weight per Roasting, and the Cooling Duration. These were often not paid sufficient attention, resulting in their not having definite standards, which contributed to the low qualities of coffee powders, such that they failed to attract sufficient attention of consumers. Organoleptic tests had been performed to rate the quality of coffee powders resulting from taguchi experiments, bearing in mind the four mentioned indicators. From the response tables, ANOVA predictions, and SNR, the optimal setting level was obtained that hopefully could help to improve the quality of coffee powders. One factor of the highest significance to the quality improvement of robusta coffee powder used in this experiment, was the composition of Factor A2 (Roasting Temperature of 185 degrees Celcius); Factor B1 (Duration of Roasting of 20 minutes); Factor C2 (Weight per Roasting of 7.5 kilograms) and Factor D2 (Cooling Duration of 10 minutes). Those factors were the ones used during the confirmation experiment. The organoleptic tests of the resulting coffee powders showed an average of 4.93 with regards to consumer rating. This meant that the average consumer of robusta coffee in Malang liked this product. The result was also far-off from those during the preliminary tests, when the stated average result for the Amadanom industry’s product was a mere 1.89; which effectively reflected consumers’ dislike for the product. Therefore it was hoped that the implementation of the optimal setting level could soon be initiated by the Amadanom Village’s Coffee Industry, of Dampit District, Southern Malang Regency, in order to produce coffee powders of better quality and thus more favorable to consumers.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=244


85.

Seismic behavior of low-rise precast concrete bearing wall buildings
Ekkachai Yooprasertchai (a*) and Pennung Warnitchai (b)

(a) Faculty of Technical Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
39 Moo1, Rangsit-Nakhonnayok Rd., Klong 6, Thanyaburi, Pathum Thani, Thailand
*ekkachai_y[at]rmutt.ac.th
(b) School of Engineering and Technology, Asian Institute of Technology, P.O. Box 4, Klong Luang, Pathumthani, Thailand


Abstract

This paper presents the seismic performance of one-half scaled precast concrete bearing wall specimen representing 2-story residential buildings widely constructed in Thailand. The wall specimen was cast from manufacturer, transported to the site, and installed on cast-in-situ foundation. Two reinforcing bars were protruding from the foundation and inserted into corrugated ducts pre-embedded in the panel. The ducts were later filled with non-shrink grout cement to achieve structural integrity. A quasi-static cyclic loading test on the specimen was carried out to evaluate seismic performance of the in-plane wall panel. A simple fiber model was then developed using the RUAUMOKO computer program and validated with the experimental results. A series of zero-length, compression-only nonlinear springs are adopted to simulate nonlinear responses of concrete at the wall base. The nonlinear behavior of reinforcing bars crossing the wall-foundation interface was modeled by an axial tension/compression spring which can simulate the initial and post-yield stiffness, and yield strength of the bar using the Ramberg–Osgood hysteretic rule. The research indicates that the wall panel specimen was significantly stronger than its connection. The specimen reached its peak at a drift of 0.25%. After the peak, the force gradually decreased and the force-displacement evidently demonstrated unstable loops. One reinforcing bar was fractured at the second drift of 0.5% while the another was broken at the first drift of 0.75%. No crack was observed on the wall panel. It was obviously observed that the source of lateral displacement was mainly dominated by a rocking deformation through creating large single crack at the wall-foundation interface. The analytical study showed very good agreement with the test results. The simple model could be used to predict performance of the wall.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=245


86.

Determination of Paddy Moisture Content using Microwave Sensing Technique
Pakornkiat Sawetmethikul, Somsin Wangkhuntod, Udomsak Jantontapo, Nuttawat Suksangeam, Sutep Muangkongnoy, Janyaporn Dandong

Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi


Abstract

This paper proposes a determination of paddy moisture content using microwave sensing technique. The two microwave probes used in our measurement were a 2.7-GHz rectangular patch antenna based FR-4 laminate, which were installed at the inside wall of a 15.5cm x 11.5cm x 10 cm plastic box. The amount of under-test paddy was approximately 600 gram, which was contained in the plastic box having a microwave probes installed, where the distance between probes was 10 cm. The Vector Network Analyzer was used as a signal generator and receiver to monitor the transmitted (S21) and reflected (S11) coefficients varied by several moisture content percentages, at a range of 10% – 24%. Finally, the standard charts of S21 vs %moisture and S11 vs %moisture were depicted in order to determine at any percentage of paddy moisture.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=246


87.

Analysis of a three phase six pulse Static Syncrounous Compesator
Janne Deivy Ticoh, Moureen Moudy Kambey

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

A Static Syncrounous Compesator has superior performance during low voltage condition as the reactive current can be maintained constant (In a SVC, the capacitive reactive current drops linearly with the voltage at the limit (of capacitive susceptance).
A Static Syncrounous Compesator is comparable to a Synchronous Condenser (or Compensator) which can supply variable reactive power and regulate the voltage of the bus where it is connected.
A high power GTO based Static Syncrounous Compesator is a six pulse circuit. The circuit consists of six switches, made up of six GTO thyristors with antiparallel diodes connected as a six pulse Graetz bridge. The analysis of the circuit assumes that each switch is turned on only once in a cycle of supply voltage and conducts for 180 degree each.
To simplify the analysis, to derive the equations describing the steady- state performance, assumed (initially) that: (i) the capacitor size is infinite (very large) and therefore the DC side voltage is constant, and (ii) the losses in the circuit are neglected.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=250


88.

Analysis of a three phase six pulse Static Syncrounous Compesator
Janne Deivy Ticoh, Moureen Moudy Kambey

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

A STATCOM has superior performance during low voltage condition as the reactive current can be maintained constant (In a SVC, the capacitive reactive current drops linearly with the voltage at the limit (of capacitive susceptance).
A STATCOM is comparable to a Synchronous Condenser (or Compensator) which can supply variable reactive power and regulate the voltage of the bus where it is connected.
A high power GTO based STATCOM is a six pulse circuit. The circuit consists of six switches, made up of six GTO thyristors with antiparallel diodes connected as a six pulse Graetz bridge. The analysis of the circuit assumes that each switch is turned on only once in a cycle of supply voltage and conducts for 180 degree each.
To simplify the analysis, to derive the equations describing the steady- state performance, assumed (initially) that: (i) the capacitor size is infinite (very large) and therefore the DC side voltage is constant, and (ii) the losses in the circuit are neglected.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=251


89.

Design of a Solar Micro Power Plant for Home Lighting
Julie Rante, Alexander Patras, Lianly Rompis

Program Studi Teknik Elektro
Universitas Katolik De La Salle Manado


Abstract

Indonesia is a country located on the equator so that Indonesia is often referred to as one of the tropical countries in the world. Countries with tropical climate usually have two kinds of seasons, dry season and rainy season. Being on the equatorial line, Indonesia has a constant supply of sunshine throughout the year. Given the high intensity of sunlight, Indonesians should be able to utilize sunlight by developing and constructing Solar Power Plants, PLTS. This solar power plant is very beneficial for remote hinterlands and isolated islands where it is not covered by electricity from PLN. This power plant is made by using solar thermal receiver panel, Solar Cell. This paper discusses the method of design and manufacture of solar power plants for a home. It includes literature study, observation, design, and implementation. The result of making this PLTS gives a basic solution in designing solar micro plant for home lighting, and conducting better improvements in the future. It is expected to be a solution for rural communities left behind or can be a solution for urban communities who often experience power cuts with energy efficiency and affordable prices.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=252


90.

Information System Design In Sangihe Islands Based On Hybrid
H Sumual(a) ,T J Saruan(b*), F M Sumual(c)

1,2) Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Manado, Manado, Indonesia
3) Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Negeri Manado, Manado, Indonesia



Abstract

Tourism is part of one industrial sector in Indonesia that has bright prospects and has the potential and opportunities are very large to be developed In developing a tourist destination should pay attention to various factors that affect the existence of a tourist destination. The regency of sangihe islands is one of the archipelagic districts that has a wide range of attractions both types, forms, and unique characteristics of regional traditions. Information System Design Tourist Attractions In Sangihe Islands is an information system that helps introduce Sangihe Islands in the tourism sector. "Design of Information Systems Objects In the Islands" using UML design method (Unified Modeling Languange) Diagram is with Use Case Diagrams, activity diagrams, sequence diagrams. Implemented in HTML5 and Java programming language using Macromedia Dreamweaver8 and Android.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=253


91.

Multimedia Content Development as Datasets of Human Emotion Recognition Through Facial Expressions
Nicolaus Ernest Mamonto, Hata Maulana, S.Si, M.T.I, and Dewi Yanti Liliana, S.Kom, M.Kom

Politeknik Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

In research conducted by a team of researchers at the Machine Learning and Computer Vision (MLCV) Laboratory Faculty of Computer Science University of Indonesia who developed the technology of human emotional recognition through facial expression required a datasets containing video and image sequences from facial expressions of Indonesian people with certain emotional provisions. Datasets that have been developed before contain facial expression from foreign people. The development of multimedia content aims to answer the problems experienced by the research team and other researchers who will conduct similar research. The method used in the development of multimedia content as facial expression datasets for human emotion recognition is the Villamil-Molina version of the multimedia development method. Multimedia content developed with 10 subjects or talents with each talent performing 3 shots with each capturing talent having to demonstrate 19 facial expressions. After the process of editing and rendering, tests are carried out with the conclusion that the multimedia content can be used as a facial expression datasets for recognition of human emotions.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=297


92.

Pre-positioning of Critical Relief Supplies to Support Emergency Response in Multiple Disaster Areas
Prudensy Febreine Opit

Universitas Katolik De La Salle Manado


Abstract

This paper aims to develop a new stock pre-positioning model to support emergency relief response in the event of an earthquake. In this paper, the earthquake may hit multiple disaster areas at the same time and forces the distribution center to provide service to one or more disaster areas. Hence, this new model determines the maximum proportion of relief demand covered in distribution centers for each scenario. The scenario is considered based on the assumption that at least one or maximum of two adjoin disaster areas hit by the earthquake at the same time. To solve this model, first, we assign the service area of each distribution center. Next, by using the result of the assigned service area, we determine the minimum value of the lower bound of proportion of unsatisfied relief demand (Stage I). Afterwards, we use the output of stage I as an input to determine the maximum amount of critical relief supplies to be stocked in each distribution center (Stage II). This model is applied to the eastern part of Indonesia with 10 disaster areas and 3 distribution centers maintained by The National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB) of Indonesia.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=259


93.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE TRADITIONAL HOUSES KAILI AND BUGIS-MAKASSAR IN INDONESIA (CASE STUDY: THE SOURAJA/SAORAJA HOUSE)
Moh. Fachruddin Suharto, Rifana S. S. I. Kawet

Manado State University


Abstract

In this study, I compared the physical elements of two Indonesian traditional houses between a Kaili tribe (Central Sulawesi) and a Bugis-Makassar tribe (South Sulawesi). If we viewed of the name, meaning and function from both traditional houses have similarities, namely the Souraja/Saoraja house (a Big House or a House of the King), however, observed more detail the physical elements of architecture also show the differences. Observing the physical elements of architecture are one way to find out the similarities and differences from a traditional house. The study was descriptive exploratory by using purposive sampling method and the study of literature. The process of analysis is to compare the architectural physical elements on both traditional houses refers to the theory of N. John Habraken an architect of the Dutch, who has been classifying them into three systems, namely spatial system, physical system and stylistic system. The results of the analysis identified that the physical elements of architecture such as the orientation, the function and distribution of rooms (the spatial system), the constructions and materials of floor, wall and roof (the physical system) and the opening types of the door and window as well as ornaments used showed similarities. Meanwhile the physical elements of architecture such as the arrangement of columns, form and spatial pattern as well as the placement of the stairs (the spatial system), the constructions and materials of foundation, column and beam (the physical system) as well as the form of the roof and façade found differences of both traditional houses.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=261


94.

The Balancing of the inverted pendulum system by using LQR with Integral action
Surachat Chantarachit

Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi


Abstract

The Inverted pendulum with cart is the basic nonlinear platform which is applied to implement algorithm. The inverted pendulum is composed of cart and pole. The pole is pivoted on the cart with translated on x axis. The objective of this controller is to implement conventional LQR (linear quadratic regulator). By adding the integral action to conventional LQR, the performance of this controller is better in term of robustness and overshoots. The dynamic model is derived by Newton Euler method and also linearize in order to design controller. The comparison simulate results of between convention LQR and LQR with Integral action are present in this paper. Matlab/Simulation is used to conduct simulation and design controller.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=262


95.

Improved Information Retrieval Performance On SQL Database Using Data Adapter
Muchammad Husni, Supeno Djanali, Henning Titi Ciptaningtyas, I Gusti Ngurah Adi Wicaksana

Department of Informatics, Faculty of Information Technology, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Indonesia


Abstract

The NoSQL databases, short for Not Only SQL, are increasingly being used as the number of big data applications increases. Most systems still use relational databases (RDBs), but as the number of data increases each year, the system handles big data with NoSQL databases to analyze and access data more quickly. NoSQL emerged as a result of the exponential growth of the internet and the development of web applications
The query syntax in the NoSQL database differs from the SQL database, therefore requiring code changes in the application. Data adapter allow applications to not change their SQL query syntax. Data adapters provide methods that can synchronize SQL databases with NotSQL databases. In addition, the data adapter provides an interface which is application can access to run SQL queries. Hence, this research applied data adapter system to synchronize data between MySQL database and Apache HBase using direct access query approach, where system allows application to accept query while synchronization process in progress.
From the test performed using data adapter, the results obtained that the data adapter can synchronize between SQL databases, MySQL, and NoSQL database, Apache HBase. This system spends the percentage of memory resources in the range of 40% to 60%, and the percentage of processor moving from 10% to 90%. In addition, from this system also obtained the performance of database NoSQL better than SQL database.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=263


96.

Numerical Study of Flame Stabilization in Micro-combustors with Different Designs of Meso-scale Tubes and Wire Mesh Position
Danar S. Wijayanto, Herman Saputro, Aris Purwanto, Laila Fitriana, ,F.A. Munir

Sebelas Maret University


Abstract

Recent developments in micro power generation have shown that combustion within a confined space; even in sub­millimeter scale is achievable. In recent years micro power generation systems have been seen as potential alternatives to batteries due to the higher energy densities of hydrocarbon fuels. The combustion characteristics of micro-combustors in different designs of meso-scale tubes and wire mesh position were studied numerically in order to get the flame stabilization. Generally, the difficulty in sustaining combustion in micro scale devices is related to the substantial heat losses due to the large surface area to volume ratio and the physical time available for the combustion to occur. To stabilize flame in micro-combustors, a proper thermal management is required. Many approaches can be utilized to enhance the flame stability. The simulation was conducted in 2-D and 3-D steady state model by using the ANSYS Release 14. The fuel type used was propane (C3H8)/air mixture. The inner diameters of the combustor are 3.5 to 5 mm and the wall is 0.5 to 0.7 mm thick. The results have shown that the position and model of the designs of meso-scale tubes and wire mesh position have direct relationship with the characteristics of flame stabilization in the micro-combustors. The detail explanation of improvement of flame stabilization in the micro-combustors in different model of tubes and wire mesh position will be discussed in this paper.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=265


97.

Three Tier Level Architecture Data Warehouse Design of Civil Servant Data in Minahasa Regency
Irene R.H.T. Tangkawarow, Julyeta P.A. Runtuwene, Ferdinan I. Sangkop

Manado State University


Abstract

Minahasa Regency is one of the regencies in North Sulawesi Province. In running the government in Minahasa Regency a Regent is assisted by more than 6000 people Civil Servants (PNS) scattered in 60 SKPD. Badan Kepegawaian Diklat Daerah (BKDD) Minahasa Regency is a SKPD that performs data processing of all civil servants and is responsible for arranging and formation of civil servants. In the process of arranging and determining the formation of civil servants, many obstacles faced by BKDD. One of the obstacles is the unavailability of accurate data about the amount of education background of civil servants based on rank / class, age, length of service, department, and so forth. The way to overcome the availability of data quickly and accurately is to do Business analytical. This process can be done by designing the data warehouse first. The design of data warehouse will be done by dividing it in three tier level

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=266


98.

Rapid Measurement of Carbon and Nitrogen in Paddy Field Soils Lombok Island Indonesia Using Near Infrared Technology
B.H.Kusumo, M.S.S. Rinjawan, Sukartono and Bustan

University of Mataram


Abstract

Soil organic carbon (C) plays important roles in maintaining fertility status and productivity of paddy field soils. In fact, the amount of organic C in most parts of these soils is getting critically low. However, measurement and monitoring of soil organic C (and also nitrogen - N) using conventional methods are time consuming and expensive. Emerging technology using near infrared (NIR) offers rapid and cheap measurement of these soil properties. So, the aim of this research is to test whether this technique is able to rapidly measure soil organic C and N in paddy field soils, as research in this area is still rare. Soil samples were collected from paddy field soils in Lombok Island, Indonesia. Part of the samples were analyzed using conventional method and some other parts were scanned using NIR spectroscopy for soil spectral collection. Partial Least Square Regression (PLSR) was used to develop models from reference data (conventional analysis) and spectral data (NIR). The models were moderately successful to measure soil C and N. This indicates that NIR technology can be rapidly used to measure soil C and N in paddy field soils, which in turn can be rapidly used to map these soil properties for site specific fertilization and management.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=275


99.

Incident Management In Academic Information System Using ITIL Framework
Verry Ronny Palilingan , Johan Reimon Batmetan

1. Education Information Technology Department, Manado State University,
Email: ronnypalilingan[at]yahoo.com
2. Information Engineering Department, Sari Putra University Tomohon Indonesia
Email : john.reimon[at]gmail.com


Abstract

Abstract
Incident management is very important in order to ensure the continuity of a system. Information systems require incident management to ensure information systems can provide maximum service according to the service provided. Many of the problems that arise in academic information systems come from incidents that are not properly handled. The objective of this study aims to find the appropriate way of incident management. The incident can be managed so it will not be a big problem. This research uses the ITIL framework to solve incident problems. The technique used in this study is a technique adopted and developed from the servce operations section of the ITIL framework. The results of this research found that 84.5% of incidents appearing in academic information systems can be handled quickly and appropriately. 15.5% incidents can be escalated so as to not cause any new problems. The model of incident management applied to make academic information system can run quickly in providing academic service in a good and efficient. The incident management model implemented in this research is able to manage resources appropriately so as to quickly and easily manage incidents.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=276


100.

STRUCTURE AND MORPHOLOGY OF Co:TiO2 THIN FILM GROWN BY MOCVD
Aip Saripudin, Wawan Purnama

Program Studi Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

A charactirization of structure and morfology of Co:TiO2 thin film has been done. Co:TiO2 thin film was deposited by MOCVD (metal organic chemical vapor deposition) method with the following parameters: substrat’s temperatur of 450oC, bubbler temperature of 70oC, argon speed of 80 sccm, TTIP vapor pressure of 2 x 104 Pa, total reactor pressure of 2 x 10-3 torr, and deposition time of 120 minutes. The XRD result show that the deposited Co:TiO2 is a anatase crystal dominated by (213) orientation. Using Scherrer’s formula, the average grain size of Co:TiO2 is 169 nm. The SEM results show that the film’s surface is relatively smooth with homogenous grain size. The width of film increases as the growth time increases. In addition, the EDS results show that 0,085% of Co atom had been incorporated into Ti.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=280


101.

Design and Simulation of a Hairpin Microstrip Band Pass Filter with Open Stub and Defected Ground Structure for X-band Weather Radar Applications
Tommi Hariyadi, Sari Mulyasari, Mukhidin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

In this paper we have designed and simulated a Band Pass Filter (BPF) at X-band frequency. This filter is designed for X-band weather radar application with 9500 MHz center frequency and bandwidth -3 dB is 120 MHz. The filter design was performed using a hairpin microstrip combined with an open stub and defected ground structure (DGS). The substrate used is Rogers RT5880 with a dielectric constant of 2.2 and a thickness of 1.575 mm. Based on the simulation results, it is found that the filter works on frequency 9,44 - 9,56 GHz with insertion loss value at pass band is -1,57 dB.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=281


102.

A Multimetric approach for handoff decision in heterogeneous wireless networks
Iwan Kustiawan and Wawan Purnama

Departemen Teknik Elektro
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Seamless mobility and service continuity anywhere at any time are an important issue in the wireless Internet. This research proposes a scheme to make handoff decisions effectively in heterogeneous wireless networks using a fuzzy system. Our design lies in an inference engine which takes RSS (received signal strength), data rate, and network latency as strategic determinants. The logic of our engine is realized on a UE (user equipment) side in faster reaction to network dynamics while roaming across different radio access technologies. The fuzzy system handles four metrics jointly to deduce a moderate decision about when to initiate handoff. The performance of our design is evaluated by simulating different mobility scenarios. Simulation results show that our scheme outperforms other approaches in terms of reducing unnecessary handoff in all cases.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=282


103.

Voltage Analysis Improvement Of 150 kV Transmission Subsystem Using Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM)
Pamungkas Achmadi Akbar (a*), Dadang Lukman Hakim (b), Tasma Sucita (b)

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia / Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

In this research, testing improvements to the distribution voltage electricity at 150 kV transmission subsystem Bandung Selatan and New Ujungberung using Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) technology. One of them is by doing the control of active and reactive power through the power electronics equipment Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM). The subsystem is tested because it has a voltage profile are relatively less well when based on the IEEE / ANSI C.84.1 (142.5 - 157.5 kV). This study was conducted by analyzing the Newton-Raphson power flow on the simulator DigSilent PowerFactory 15 to determine the profile of the voltage (V) on the system. Bus which has the lowest voltage to be a reference in the installation of STATCOM. From this research is known that the voltage on the conditions of the existing bus 28, as many as 21-23 still below standard buses (142.5 kV), after the installation is done using STATCOM, voltage on the buses improved by increasing the number of tracks that follow the standard / is in the range 142.5 kV -157.5 kV as many as 23-27 buses or 78.6% - 96%, with the optimum mounting on a bus Rancaekek STATCOM II with a capacity of 300 MVA

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=283


104.

Identification The Thickness Of Nugget On worksheet Spot Welding Using Non Destructive Test (NDT) – Effect Pressure
Agus Sifa, A.S Baskoro ,Sugeng S,Badruzzaman ,TitoEndramawan

Mechanical Engineering Departement,Politeknik Negeri Indramayu
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia


Abstract

Resistance Spot Welding (RSW) is a process of connecting between two materials with thermomechanical loading process, RSW is widely used in automotive industry, the quality of splicing spot welding is influenced by several factors, such as welding time, pressure, temperature, current, and others. One of the factors at the time of the welding process is pressure, where two plates are combined with a thermomechanical load, the mechanical load is in the form of electrode pressure on the surface of the worksheet, and at the same time there is a heating process. The quality of welding on the nuggets can be determined by undertaking non-destructive testing by using Non Destructive Test - Ultrasonic Test, where NDT is used to test quality testing or look for defects in SMAW welding results. In the NDT test is done by detecting the thickness of the nugget area. In welding experiments given 270KA current output parameters, Welding Time 1100 ms or 55 cycles with pressure parameters at spot welding machine 1-5 Bar, where the test results were tested with Non Destructive Test (NDT) with 25 mm crease media, test results on spot welding with Pressure 1 Bar and 2 Bar has the same thickness value 27,2 mm (media + worksheet1 + worksheet2), at pressure 3 Bar test result show 27,3 mm (media + worksheet1 + worksheet2), at welding result With 4 Bar and 5 Bar Pressures having the same thickness value of 27.2 mm, on the test results with NDT showing the addition of thickness and re-tested manually by the micrometer showed a reduction in thickness on the surface of the nuggets, indicating on the test by using NDT identified the nugget surface area.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=299


105.

DESTINATION INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR BANDUNG CITY USING LOCATION BASED SERVICES (LBS) ON ANDROID
Bobi Kurniawan, Hadi Pranoto

Universitas Komputer Indonesia


Abstract

Bandung is a city in West Java, Indonesia with many interesting locations to visit. Travelling to Bandung can be choosed as an option to relieve fatigue after a full day activity. When somebody wants to go for a travel, he/she obviously will be looking for the destination lists. For most favourite destinations, we can easily look for it on Google and we will find some blogs there discussing about related content. The problem is we can not guarantee that the destination is frequented by visitor. If it has visit history for each destination, selection of proper destination will be given with fresh informations.
Destination Information System For Bandung City Using Location Based Services (LBS) On Android is an application that can be used to help somebody choosing a destination frequented by visitor. The use of information technology in the form of picture, maps, and textual on Android application makes it possible for user to have information about destination with its visitor in a period of time. When user shares their location in our system it will be shown to another user as a visitor that visit a destination near from they are standing.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=294


106.

Study Orientation Ply Of Fiberglass On Blade Salt Water Pump Windmill Using Abaqus
Badruzzaman ; Agus Sifa

Politeknik Negeri Indramayu


Abstract

Windmill is one tool to generate energy from wind energy is converted into energy motion, Indramayu is one of salt producer in west java Indonesia, salt production process still using traditional process by utilizing windmill to move sea water to salt field With a windmill driven water system, a horizontal axis type windmill with an average windmill height of 3-4 m, with a potential wind speed of 5-9 m / s, the amount of blade used for salt water pumps as much as 4 blades, one of the main factor of the windmill component is a blade, blade designed for the needs of a salt water pump by using fiberglass material. On layer orientation 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 with layer number 10 and layer thickness 2 mm, homogenous and heterogenous condition show the value of strain shows at the angle 45o, 60o, 90o homogenous and hetergenous conditions have the same value, while at 30 has a value Different, heterogeneous strain values, while show the value of von mises at homogeneous at oreinted angle 0o,30o, 45o has von mises value greater than von mises value in heterogeneous orientation, whereas at the angle of 90o heterogenous von mises value more large compared to the value of homogenous von mises. Thus in the layer 90o orientation has the largest von mises value under heterogeneous conditions and has the lowest strain value and the same as the homogenous strain value.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=300


107.

Non Destructive Test Dye Penetrant and Ultrasonic on Welding SMAW Butt Joint With Acceptance Criteria ASME Standard
Tito Endramawan, Agus Sifa

Politeknik Negeri Indramayu


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to know the type of discontinuity of SMAW welding result and to determine acceptance criteria based on American Society of Mechanical Engineer (ASME) standard. Material used is mild steel 98,71% Fe and 0,212% C with hardness 230 VHN with specimen diameter 20 cm and thickness 1.2 cm which is welded use SMAW buttjoint with electrode for rooting LB 52U diameter 2.6 mm, current 70 Amper and voltage 380 volt , filler used LB 5218 electrode diameter 3.2 mm with current 80 Amper and 380 volt.
The method used to analyze the welded with non destuctive test dye penetrant (PT) method to see indication on the surface of the object and Ultrasonic (UT) to see indication on the sub and inner the surface of the object, the result is discontinuity recorded and analyzed and then the discontinuity is determined acceptance criteria based on the American Society of Mechanical Engineer (ASME) standards.
The result show the discontinuity of porosity on the surface of the welded use the penetrant test on specimens 1, 2 and 3. The PT results refer to the standard ASME VIII Div I app. 8 there is rounded >5 mm was rejected and discontinuity on sub and inner surface use ultrasonic test ASME VIII test Div I app. 12 there are several discontinuities in specimens 1, 2, and 3 of length >5 mm was rejected.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=301


108.

Optimization of Rambutan Seed (Nephelium Lappaceum L.) as Food Raw Material; Processed Nutritious and Valueable
1) Meda Wahini; 2) Mauren Gita Miranti; 3) Febriani Lukitasari

Universitas Negeri Surabaya


Abstract

Rambutan (Nephelium Lappaceum L.) is a plant that identical with Southeast Asian countries, in some areas of Indonesia no exception. Rambutan is consumed by people in the form of pulp, while the seed is discarded. Therefore, it needs to be optimized into raw materials of food and processed with high nutritional value and has economic value. The purpose of this research were: 1) to find the best raw of rambutan seed formula; 2) to know the nutritional value of the best raw of rambutan seed; 3) to produce raw material and various processed of rambutan seed product. The research method was quasi experiment with 2x3 factorial design, Namely by using the type of immersion materials (by NaCl and Ca(OH)2) and the amount of soaking ingredients ( by 10%, 20%, 30%). The results showed that: 1) the best raw of rambutan seed formula was used 30% Ca(OH)2; 2) the best raw of rambutan seed contains 12,08 proteinand 6,41 of lipid; 3) the best raw of rambutan seed produce coffee, flour and processed of various nuts of rambutan seed. This research indicates that the seed of rambutan is very potential to be an alternative high-value raw materials.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=302


109.

Osteoarthritis Severity Determination Using Self Organizing Map Based Gabor Kernel
Lilik Anifah1, Mauridhi Hery Purnomo2, Tati Latifah R. Mengko3, I Ketut Eddy Purnama2

1 Informatics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Kampus Unesa Ketintang
Jl. Ketintang, Surabaya East Java 60231, Indonesia
2 Electrical Engineering Department, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya, Kampus ITS Keputih Sukolilo Surabaya East Java 60111, Indonesia
3 Electrical Engineering Department, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Jl. Ganesha 10/12 -Bandung, West Java, Indonesia


Abstract

The number of osteoarhtritis patients in Indonesia is enormous, so early action is needed in order for this disease to be handled. The aim of this paper to determine osteoarthritis severity based on x-ray image template based on gabor kernel. This research is divided into 3 stages, the first step is image processing that is using gabor kernel. The second stage is the learning stage, and the third stage is the testing phase. The image processing stage is by normalizing the image dimension to be template to 50&#61620;200 image. Learning stage is done with parameters initial learning rate of 0.5 and the total number of iterations of 1000. The testing stage is performed using the weights generated at the learning stage. The result shows KL-Grade 0 has an accuracy of 36.21%, accuracy for KL-Grade 2 is 40,52%, while accuracy for KL-Grade 2 and KL-Grade 3 are 15,52%, and 25,86%. The weakness of this system is still not able to classify KL-Grade 4.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=305


110.

INTERNET-BASED SMART HOME PROTOTYPE
W. Arasid1*, A.G. Abdullah2, W. Purnama3, C.U. Abdullah

Departemen Pendidikan Teknik Elektro, Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

As technology develops rapidly, automation system is often used in daily life. For instance, it is installed in houses for comfort, security, and energy conservation by controlling the houses remotely. Internet-based smart home prototype in this study is designed to apply s smart home system that works automatically and can be controlled manually via internet network using module ESP8266-12e. This system generally controls lamps and solenoid valves as water faucets. The method employed in this study is experiment consisting of observation, problem identification, literature study, expert judgment, tool planning and designing, tool field test, test results analysis, and report and journal making. The results show that this system works well and can be controlled either automatically or manually through a website.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=306


111.

Dispatcher Training Simulator in Thermal Power Generating
Dadang Lukman Hakim, Ade Gafar Abdullah, Yadi Muyadi, Bahtiar Hasan

Departemen Pendidikan Teknik Elektro
Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung 40154, Indonesia


Abstract

Dispatcher training simulator (DTS) is a realtime controlling software based on Human Machine Interface (HMI) that is able to visualize control system processes in the industry. This study aims to develop a boiler simulator on thermal power plant. This DTS prototype is designed using power plant boiler technique data in Indonesia, which is then implemented in Wonderware Intough 10 software. The simulator produced will be completed with component picture, animation, control interface, alarm system, real-time trend, and historical trend. This application used 26 tagnames and is coming with system security. After going through several testing processes, the real time control principles can function well. It is expected that the results of the study can be a useful feeback for thermal plant, particularly an application as a simulator of training of beginner dispatchers.

Topic: Engineering and Technology Innovation

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=307


112.

Propertis Porous Asphalt used Quarsite Dolomite Stone with Buton Natural Asphalt after Loading
firdaus chairuddin

Atmajaya university makassar


Abstract

The lot deposite of quarsite Dolomite stone as local material from sea location in banggai island in half Sulawesi of Indonesia was still not be exploited better,Some reseach in the field of road construction showed that Domato stone was power full enough when mixture asphalt structure,permeable asphalt pavement or porous friction cource is commonly knows as poroius asphalt the porous pavement used in japans the pavement consists in a porous overlay allowimg rain water to flow down,Quality porous asphalt was depolove to drain water,where test indired tensile strength 0,0673 for asphalt quality 3% and 0,2370 for asphalt quality 5%,Cantambro test Loss weigth 77,10 for asphalt quality 3% and Loss weigth 9,70 for asphalt quality 5%

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=58


113.

DESIGN LEARNING PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BASED ON THE EXPECTED LEVEL OF COMPETENCY
Ricky Cahyasari Putra, As’ari Djohar, Asep Hadian Sasmita, Amay Suherman

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Vocational High School prepares students to be ready to work in a particular field, one of them the mechanical engineering. Department of Mechanical Engineering is required to produce a competent and professional labor. Then, in the process of analytical study conducted practicals to print professional and competent graduates. Just as long as this practice is felt still less effective and efficient. The lack of effectiveness and efficiency caused by yet the existence of a reference standard regarding the implementation of practical, practical procedures, time and cost of competency attainment lab course. The expectation from this research is the raw formulation implementation of practical mechanical engineering which consists of procedures, the time and cost of teaching based on the expected level of competency. With the existence of reference procedures, time and costs expected holding of its learning practical can run effectively and efficiently in producing graduates who are competent and professional competency standards to which the basic competency of study itself.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=99


114.

The effect of learning methods and student creativity to the learning outcomes programmable logic controller
Fransikus Royke Seke

Universitas Negeri Manado (Dosen)
Universitas Negeri Jakarta (Mahasiswa S3-Prodi Teknologi Pendidikan)


Abstract

This research was to understand the effect of project-based learning method and simulation learning methods and the level of creativity of students to the learning outcomes Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). This research was carried out in the Lab. Electrical Engineering Education of State University of Manado, using experimental research method with treatment design by level 2x2. The data were analyzed by variance analysis. The result is (1) learning outcomes of the PLC group of students are using project-based learning method is higher than the simulation methods. (2) there is a significant interaction beetween learning method and the level of creativity of students to the learning outcomes of PLC, (3) on the group of students who have high creativity, learning outcomes of the PLC of students are project-based learning method is higher than simulation learning method, (4) in the group of students who have low creativity, learning outcomes of the PLC students who are project-based method is lower than using simulation methods

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=104


115.

Designing Virtual Laboratory of Quality Control of Agroindustry
1. Fauzi Ramdani 2. Sri Handayani

1. Post Graduate of Technology and Vocational Education, Indonesia University of Education
Bandung, Indonesia
2. Departement of Agroindustry Technology Education
Indonesia University of Education
Bandung, Indonesia


Abstract

Virtual Laboratory is a format of human and computer interaction where a laboratory environment is simulated and users can connect and move the world. Virtual labs can be opened anytime and anywhere and can facilitate learners in doing interaction especially in practical activities. This study aims to design a virtual laboratory to support the process of learning practicum of agroindustry quality control. The method used in the design of agroindustry quality control laboratory is object oriented methodology. Virtual laboratories that are designed, tailored to the competencies that must be possessed by learners and computer-based learning model. The design of virtual labs uses adobe flash and html applications containing materials, modules, tutorials, simulations, and evaluation of agroindustry quality control practices. Virtual Laboratories designed are expected to improve learnerss understanding in studying practicum materials in Agroindustry Quality Control laboratory.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=128


116.

The Correlation Between Creativity and Design Furniture Product Ability
Retna Sari

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No.229, Cidadap, Isola, Sukasari, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40154
Telepon:(022) 2001197


Abstract

This article talks about students creativity in designing the furniture product. The creative element to make a design are thinking, study progress, creating, the memory made, and imagination. This study uses creativity test and questioner to collect data in order to research stage of creative development from the sample. The result shows that creative ability will help the student develop the inner potential that goes along with their gift and specialty. Identifying and nurturing the creative potential is relevant in design education, to find innovative solutions and alternatives in designing the furniture product. Students with creativity will become productive human, they can develop many ideas in a fast-changing world.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=131


117.

GENDER BIAS IN THE WORKPLACE: SHOULD WOMEN BE MARGINALIZED IN ENGINEERING JOB?
Yusuf Kurniawan and Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni

Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta


Abstract

Although gender-mainstreaming has been echoed by governments of many countries, gender bias at the workplace is still ubiquitous. The research in various countries, including in Indonesia shows that women tend to be marginalized in technical jobs. Gender-stereotype, in which women are positioned in jobs relating to domestic sphere still occurs. Such practice shows the unequal opportunity to certain positions and career development. Research observing women marginalization in the workplace viewed from the end-users have not been widely done. This article discusses about gender bias in the workplace from the perspective of the end-users of vocational higher education in terms of first, the views of entrepreneurs towards certain job positions whether they are more appropriately occupied by male or female employees graduating from vocational schools, second, the companies’ policies in the salary payment regarding male and female employees graduating from vocational schools, and third the availability of companies’ policies in fulfilling the gender needs for male and female employees graduating from vocational schools. This research was conducted in Sragen Regency, Indonesia. The primary data were collected through in-depth interviews to 10 entrepreneurs, comprising of 5 men and 5 women who manage different companies whereas the secondary data were collected through documentation studies. This research uses gender analysis. The research result shows that both men and women as entrepreneurs have a gender-biased view of the position of women and men within the companies. As a result, women’s salary tend to be lower than that of men for the same job and the companies were still not responsive to the different needs of women and men. In other words women are still marginalized in engineering job. Accordingly, local government should supervise the companies to implement gender mainstreaming in the workplace, especially in the employees’ career development. The local government should also award rewards to companies implementing gender equality and otherwise it should also give punishment to companies which have marginalized women in the workplace.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=139


118.

Toolpath Strategy and Optimum Combination of Machining Parameter during Pocket Mill of Plastic Mold Steels Material
Yohanes Tri Joko Wibowo, S.T., M.T., Satriyo Yudi Baskoro, S.T., M.T., Ir. Vuko A.T Manurung, MT

Politeknik Manufaktur Astra


Abstract

Plastic materials are present in almost every aspect of life. Plastic goods are getting worldwide and spread all over the country. The ability of plastic materials to substitute other materials are getting stronger and wider that impact on the increasingly broad aspect of competition within production process. This makes the use of plastic materials increasingly unavoidable. The use of plastic materials for mass production requires the existence of injection and injection process as well Mold. In this research, the milling process of plastic mold steel material done using High Speed Steel end mill. End mill is cutting tool that is currently still widely used in class of small and medium enterprise due to its ability to be resharpened and relatively inexpensive. Study on the effect of the geometry tool states that it has an important effect on the quality improvement. Cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut and also nose radius are input parameters beside to the tool path strategy. This paper aims to investigate input parameter and cutting tools behaviors within some different tool path strategy applied in milling process. Response studied is surface roughness and cutting behaviurs. Surface roughness becomes important because by achieving the expected quality, no more additional process is required within the milling process. The optimal combination of machining parameters will give the expected roughness, safe cutting temperature and reduced cutting time. However actuality, not all SMEs are concerned with this.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=149


119.

Experience in reactor physics laboratory exercises using Kartini reactor to support the development of future NPP personnel in Indonesia
Syarip, Puradwi Ismu Wahyono

Center for Accelerator Science and Technology (CAST), National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN)


Abstract

The experience in using Kartini nuclear research reactor for education and training programs mainly for reactor physics laboratory exercises is presented in this paper. Currently, there are 8 universities using the Kartini reactor for education and training programs on reactor physics aspects. During the past 5 years shows the increasing number of students acquire practical skills in nuclear reactor physics laboratory exercises using Kartini reactor. The program components include an application of nuclear power plant (NPP) functional simulator and computer modeling. The material for exercises is in line with the national NPP program where currently the experimental nuclear power reactor is being developed at Puspiptek research center in Serpong complex. Software packages and procedural guides have been developed for reactor power and control rod worth calibrations, criticality experiment, experiments to study the xenon stability, neutron flux measurement, reactor start-up/ shutdown operations, etc. For illustration, a computer simulation for reactor criticality is described and results from practical experiments are presented. The substance of the exercise materials was complete enough, but from the implementation aspect still, needs to be further enhanced. In conclusion, it has been demonstrated that the implementation of education and training program using Kartini reactor has a good performance and it was an important role in developing human resources in nuclear reactor field for the country. It is hoped that in the future, Kartini reactor will contribute to regional nuclear education and training programs.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=161


120.

Design of Intelligent Robot as a Tool for Teaching Media Based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning to Improve the Skill of Learner
M. Syariffuddien Zuhrie 1 Luthfiyah Nurlaela 2 Meini Sondang Sumbawati 3 Suparji 4

1 Jurusan Teknik Elektro 2,3, 4 Program Studi S3 Pendidikan Vokasi
Universitas Negeri Surabaya
Kota Surabaya, Indonesia


Abstract

Abstract – The development of robotics in Indonesia has been very encouraging. The barometer is the success of the Indonesian Robot Contest (Kontes Robot Indonesia). In the contest no less than 40 major universities in Indonesia took part. The focus of research in the first year is a teaching module manufacturing, planning mechanical design, control system through microprocessor technology and maneuverability of the robot. Computer interactive computer and computer assisted learning strategies is a teaching strategy that emphasizes the use or the use of computers and learning aids (assisted learning) in teaching and learning activity. this research the development model used is the 4-D model. This model suggested by Thiagarajan, Semmel, and Semmel (1974). 4-D Model consists of four stages: Define Stage, Design Stage, Develop Stage, and Disseminate Stage. This research was conducted by applying the research design development with the aim to produce a tool of learning in the form of intelligent robot modules and kit based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning at the Department of Electrical Engineering to improve the skills of learners. From the data of the Indonesia Robot Contest during the period 2009-2015 can be seen that the modules that have been developed have reached the fourth stage of the research methods of development that disseminate methods. So that, the module is perfect, ready to be duplicated and distributed as learning devices subject of intelligent robot courses. Socialization questionnaires showed that levels of student majoring in electrical engineering competencies image currently only limited to conventional machines. The average assessment is 3.34 validator included in either category. Modules developed can give hope to the future are able to produce Intelligent Robot Tool for Teaching Based on Computer Interactive Learning and Computer Assisted Learning to improve the skills of learners that can be applied to the field. Results of student responses also showed a positive response to the module of robotics and computer-based interactive learning assisted learning developed. The average assessment is 3.34 validator included in either category.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=166


121.

The use of augmented reality-based geometry learning media for junior high school students
Dedi Rohendi; Sandi Septian

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Space geometry is still considered as a difficult subject matters by some junior high school students, especially in understanding 3-dimensional space objects. Therefore, a learning innovation is needed to overcome students difficulties in learning geometry. In this research is implemented augmented reality-based geometry learning media. The results showed that the use of learning media geometry able to improve the ability of junior high school students.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=172


122.

The Effect of Principal Leadership Behavior on The Teacher’s Performance of Public Vocational Schools in Manado city
H. Angmalisang, S.I. Angmalisang, T.T.D. Rompas, H. Ponto, H. Sumual, J.Waworuntu

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This research aims to describe and analyze: the effect of principal leadership behavior on the teacher’s performance of public vocational schools in Manado city.
The research method is survey method using quantitative approaching. The population is all teachers of public vocational schools in Manado city, which is 184 teachers, and the sample is 65 teachers. The used sampling method is proportional stratified random sampling and it uses the formula of Taro Yamane or Slovin. The data of principal leadership behavior, and teacher’s performance of public vocational schools in Manado city are taken using questionnaire with Likert scale.
The hypothesis testing uses simple regression and correlation analysis. The result of the analysis is: there is significant and positive effect of leadership behavior on the teacher’s performance of public vocational schools in Manado city.
Thus, it may be concluded that the improvement in principal leadership behavior such as leadership ability and maturity can be an example and role model, as well as transformational that will improve the professionalism of teachers in performing their duties so that the teachers performance will automatically improved; so that efforts to improve teacher’s performance cannot be separated from a very significant influence of this independent variable.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=175


123.

Analysis of Quality of Service at Akademi Keperawatan Bethesda Tomohon’s Network
Christo Elwin Wongkar, Sondy Campvid Kumajas

PTIK, Faculty of Technic, Universitas Negeri Manado
Jalan Kampus FATEK Tondano 95618


Abstract

This study aimed to analyze the quality of the internet network services on the WAN at Akademi Keperawatan Bethesda Tomohon. This study uses Action Research and use three applications for data collections. Subjects were the Speedy network provided by PT. Telkom Indonesia. While the object of research is on two existing ADSL modem. The study was conducted at rush hour on Monday through Friday. All three applications that used to be run jointly, each will count parameter of QOS (Quality Of Service), namely Throughput, Delay, and Packet Loss. Data analysis performed aims to know the quality of the existing network and to diagnose problems that can be used as a references for the qualitys improvements of the internet network at Akademi Keperawatan Bethesda Tomohon.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=182


124.

Educational Facilities to Support the Achievement of Vocational Competencies for Children with Special Needs
Johar Maknun, MS Barliana, Diah Cahyani

Departemen Pendidikan Teknik Arsitektur FPTK Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The achievement of vocational competencies for CSN (Children with Special Needs) involve facilities that meet the requirements in accordance to the characteristics of vocation and type of abnormalities. For a child who is orthopedically handicapped, they need a building that is less use of a ladder, preferably a one-story floor. When more than one floor, there should be a lift or a ramp can be passed by a wheelchair. There is a therapeutic room that supports self-development and accessibility. Bathroom and toilet should be wheelchair accessible. For children who is visual impairment, the physical facilities associated with building should minimize the use of ditches and floor height differences variations, avoided a pointed and tapered angle walls. School furniture wherever possible with a dull angle. Due to support the achievement of vocational competencies, needs practice room in accordance to the field of vocation.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=195


125.

THE EFFECT OF INTEREST, IQ AND MOTIVATION TO LEARNING RESULTS STUDENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF ENGINEERING UNIMA
(1) Hendro Maxwell Sumual, (2) Deivy Musa Ombuh

Department of Mechanical Engineering Education Faculty of Engineering Manado State University


Abstract

The main problem to be studied in this research is Learning Result.The purpose of this research is to know influence between Interest, Motivation and IQ to result of learning. The method used in this research is survey method with quantitative approach and analyzed using path paradigm, population in this research amount 66 responder so that sampel taken counted 63 respondents. Data collection techniques used were by questionnaire, special tests for IQ and documentation for learning outcomes. The results of this study found significant and positive influence between (1) interest variables (t = 5,508), motivation (t = 1,763) and IQ (t = 4,318) on Learning Outcomes, the result of t < ttabel (ttabel = 1.296 on α = 0,05). (2) Interest Variables on Learning Motivation. And found no significant influence of IQ (t = 0,843 < ttabel = 1,296 on α = 0,05) on Learning Motivation.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=211


126.

The Comparison Between Standing and Sitting in The Activity of Measuring Substance in Steel Manufacturing Factory
Anizar, Ikhsan Siregar, Khawarita Siregar, Nurul Atikah

Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan 20155, Indonesia


Abstract

This study observes workers’ activity in warhouse doing substance measurement. There are 6 workers observed doing the measurement manually with sitting and standing working posture. Standing workers use stainless steel squeegee with the length of 222 cm, while sitting workers use short handle shovel with the length of 15 cm. Both workers complain of pain in different body parts.
In this study, pain complains and arterial pulse are measured, work posture is rated and work load is categorised. Workers complain of pain is measured using Standard Nordic Questionnaire. Arterial pulse is rest arterial pulse and work arterial pulse using Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure, while work posture is observed using video camera.Workers with sitting work posture complain of pain in 25% of their bodies, whereas standing workers complain of pain in 17.86% of their bodies. The same pain is experienced at lower part of the neck, upper right arm, and waist. This is caused by the lack of work facility and not suitable for workers’ body dimension. Work energy consumption in sitting position is bigger than 350 kkal per hour, which is categorised as hard work. Workers with sitting work posture have the value of %CVL around 76.52-80.95, whilst workers with standing work posture have the value of %CVL around 40.32-45.87. Sitting work posture has bigger score ranging 5-9, whereas standing work posture only ranging 2-4. This means the measuring activity of substance performed by workers in steel manufacturing factory is better done in standing position.Standing work posture is better than sitting work posture viewed from pain experienced, category and classification of work load, and work posture score.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=216


127.

WISNU (Weather Indicator and Simulator for educatioN Unit)
Candra Nur Ihsan, Agit Zulharman, and Ginaldi Ari Nugroho

Indonesian National Intstitute of Aeronautic and Space / LAPAN (Lembaga Penerbangan dan Antariksa Nasional)


Abstract

WISNU (Weather Indicator and Simulator for education Unit) is a prototype of weather chamber for education purpose that able to simulate several weather phenomena in the atmosphere such as drizzle, heavy rain, thunder, and whirlwind. This instrument are intended for researcher or teacher to demonstrate the process of several weather phenomena to the society or student. WISNU are also able to indicate real time weather and display inside the weather chamber based on near real time weather data. WISNU is consist of control unit, actuator unit, display unit, and chamber unit. Control unit consist of micro controller and sensor for calculating and command task sequence. The command signal then interpret by actuator unit to simulate the weather process. The weather process are all execute inside a cube shape 30 x 40 x 90 cm chamber. Display unit will be the interface between user and control unit, User can also conduct a step by step weather simulation to gain further knowledge of the weather development process. Display unit is also consist of information about the weather process and user guideline. WISNU will give a benefit of real experience on weather process simulation for the user the gain more knowledge on the atmosphere and weather system.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=219


128.

A Model of Improving the Quality of Vocational Education through the Utilization of SIA Based On Information Technology in North Sulawesi
Louisa Kandoli (a*), Djoko Kustono (b), Eddy Sutadji (b)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado
*louisa_kandoli[at]yahoo.com
b) Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

A Model of improving the quality of vocational education through the utilization of SIA based on information technology in North Sulawesi has been investigated. One effort in improving the quality of vocational high school (SMK) in North Sulawesi is the utilization of SIA based on information technology. The objective of this research is to obtain a model of improving the quality of SMK through the utilization of SIA based on information technology in North Sulawesi. The method used survey and observation of all the SMK in North Sulawesi especially program of family welfare education, interview with the head of the SMK, and modeling of SIA. The results showed that the utilization of SIA based on information technology is 0.22 %. Model SIA based on information technology can improve the quality of education of all the SMK located in North Sulawesi. The model will be implemented in future studies to obtain significance of SMK education quality improvement.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=223


129.

IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE LEARNING MEDIA ON STUDY OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TO INCREASE STUDENT LEARNING RESULT ON SKILLS OF DRAWING BUILDING TECHNIQUE PROGRAM IN SMKN 3 KUNINGAN
Shopiatur Rochmah, Usep Surahman, Nuryanto

Study of Architectural Engineering, Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education,
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This background is based on the observation in the study of building construction at SMKN 3 Kuningan. The teacher uses textbook to explain the material to the students. This is commonly used by the teacher with the lecture method, so it focuses on the teacher explanation and passive in learning. To resolve the problem conducted research on the classroom action using interactive learning media based on Macromedia Flash 8.0 version. This research aims to know the process of applying interactive learning media to student learning result on the subjects of building construction in Building Materials Engineering Program in SMKN 3 Kuningan.
Classroom action research (PTK) was held in two cycles, in each cycle there are stages of implementation are as follows: 1) Planning 2) Action 3) Observation and 4) Reflection, the action stage was given a pre-test and post-test. Data collection technique used in the form of pre-research activities (observation), questionnaires, documentation, and tests. The instruments used were pre-research activity guide sheets, expert material validation lattice sheet, questionnaire validation of media expert, student questionnaire responses to instructional media, student attitude assessment instrument, and test instrument latticework. Qualitative and quantitative descriptive analysis was employed.
The results of this study indicate that the subjects of building construction by using interactive learning media can improve the result of student learning. Viewed in the first cycle student learning result have increased 17,12% from the pre-test and post-test. In the second cycle, there has has an increase of pre-test and post-test value 18,86%. So that can be analyzed with gain score in cycle I (0,21) and cycle II (0,36). The increase of learning results can be concluded that student’s learning completeness is classified as “complete” with “very high” interval increase. There is an increase in the value of the affective aspect of each cycle. The results of this study is reinforced by a questionnaire of student responses, that most students choose that interactive learning media is appropriate for learning media of Building Construction subject.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=247


130.

Implementation of Blended Learning Model for Computer Aided Design (CAD) Subject in Higher Education : A Preliminary Study
RH Putra, M Komaro, Purnawan, Y Sukrawan

Department of Mechanical Education, Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This research is motivated by the lack of learning time and course credit (SKS) but the learning materials is relatively more for Computer Aided Design (CAD) subject. CAD is a professional subject in university that requires students to be able in operation and implementation of CAD software technology in the field of engineering. The objectives of this research is to describe the ideal learning syntax for the implementation of Blended Learning model with Google Classroom software to meet the requirements of CAD subject, and to explain the learning outcomes with the implementation of blended learning model using Google Classroom software in higher education. This preliminary research used pre-experiment method by using one group pretest-posttest design. The learning syntax for the implementation of blended learning model with Google Classroom software in CAD subject based on Flipped Classroom type are 1) Self-paced learning, 2) Live event-collaboration, 3) Association-communication and 4) Assessment-performance Material support, with integration between online learning and face-to-face learning in classroom. Based on the results of the study, the implementation of blended learning with Flipped Classroom type and Google Classroom software in CAD subject can improve student learning outcomes with Normalized Gain (N-gain) score in high criteria.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=254


131.

Low Cost Otomasi Industri Training Kit Berbasis IoT Node Sensor
Didin WAHYUDIN, Zainab Fauziyyah Ruhiyat, Dadang Lukman Hakim

Universitas pendidikan indonesia


Abstract

Saat ini pengembangan media pembelajaran berbasis IoT dengan harga yang murah sangatlah dibutuhkan. Harga peralatan praktikum yang mahal mengakibatkan lembaga pendidikan tidak memiliki fasilitas laboratorium yang memadai sehingga peserta didik sering kali tidak dapat menyelesaikan permasalahan nyata di dunia industri. Pengembangan teknologi seperti Internet of Things (IoT) dapat dimanfaatkan di bidang pendidikan sebagai media pembelajaran yang cedas dan inovatif serta dapat digunakan oleh banyak peserta didik. Dalam penelitian ini menggunakan RFM69 sebagai modul receiver serta Arduino Pro Mini sebagai kontroler sehingga dapat menghasilkan IoT Training Kit dengan berbagai kelebihan namun dengan biaya yang relatif murah.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=257


132.

Low Cost Otomasi Industri Training Kit Berbasis IoT Node Sensor
Didin WAHYUDIN, Zainab Fauziyyah Ruhiyat, Dadang Lukman Hakim

Universitas pendidikan indonesia


Abstract

Saat ini pengembangan media pembelajaran berbasis IoT dengan harga yang murah sangatlah dibutuhkan. Harga peralatan praktikum yang mahal mengakibatkan lembaga pendidikan tidak memiliki fasilitas laboratorium yang memadai sehingga peserta didik sering kali tidak dapat menyelesaikan permasalahan nyata di dunia industri. Pengembangan teknologi seperti Internet of Things (IoT) dapat dimanfaatkan di bidang pendidikan sebagai media pembelajaran yang cedas dan inovatif serta dapat digunakan oleh banyak peserta didik. Dalam penelitian ini menggunakan RFM69 sebagai modul receiver serta Arduino Pro Mini sebagai kontroler sehingga dapat menghasilkan IoT Training Kit dengan berbagai kelebihan namun dengan biaya yang relatif murah.

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=258


133.

Blended Learning with animation-based multimedia of Corrosion and Coating Process
Yusep Sukrawan, Enda Permana, Mumu Komaro & Agus Solehudin

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to create blended learning with animation-based learning media of corrosion processes in the subject of corrosion and coating. The media produced is a learning media program in the form of .swf file that can be directly installed and accessed on personal computer. This development research (R&D) was started with concept exploration to find out the necessary product model, followed by its development through many test steps (expert judgment, limited test, and application test) and correction procedure until the proper product was determined. The last step was an experimental process to validate the product

Topic: Engineering Education

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=304


134.

IMPLEMENTATION OF MODEL-BASED LEARNING ISO 17025 in Vocational High School
Mukhidin, Abur Mustikawanto, Tuti Suartini, Bahtiar

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The problems are growing today at SMK West Java is less readily as graduates enter the world of industry. Therefore, it is required ISO standards based learning in SMK. Learning in the lab is a must and is typical in SMK.
But not all have learning standards and implemented in vocational, as required for learning in SMK. Vocational learning in the laboratory according to the standard ISO 17025 is the governments efforts so that graduates are ready to work in the industry. Through this learning vocational students are accustomed to learning in the laboratory will be the same as working in the industry.
Based learning requires the integration of practice and theory together. Therefore, in this paper the researchers reveal this problem. This research was conducted by using descriptive analysis by comparing the two schools on the concentration of subjects electronics. Results of research conducted in SMK 1 cimahi shows that based learning with the iso 17025 standard has been implemented very well when compared to SMK 1 Cirebon. At SMK 1 cirebon lack of implementation of learning is due to various reasons

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=59


135.

THE DESIGN OF MECHATRONICS SIMULATOR FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF STUDENT LEARNING COURSE IN MECHATRONICS
Jaja Kustija, Hasbullah, Yoyo Somantri

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Learning course on mechatronics specifically the Department of Electrical Engineering Education FPTK UPI still using simulation-aided instructional materials and software. It is still not maximizing students competencies in mechatronics courses required to skillfully manipulate the real will are implemented both in industry and in educational institutions. The purpose of this study is to submit a design of mechatronic simulator to improve student learning outcomes at the course mechatronics viewed aspects of cognitive and psychomotor. Learning innovation products resulting from this study is expected to be a reference and a key pillar for all academic units at UPI in implementing the learning environment. The method used in this research is quantitative method with the approach of Research and Development (R and D). Steps being taken in this study includes a preliminary study, design and testing of the design of mechatronic simulator that will be used in the course of mechatronics in DPTE FPTK UPI. Results of mechatronic design simulator which has been in testing using simulation modules and is expected to motivate students to improve the quality of learning good study results in the course of mechatronic expected to be realized.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=61


136.

IMPACT OF DISCOVERY LEARNING MODEL WITH A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH IN UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Dara Agstiana, Dr. Eng. Usep Surahman, Prof. Dr. M. S. Barliana, Dr. Johar Maknun

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Environmental education (EE) has been recognized as one of the keys to achieve a sustainable development. The Earth Summit held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 agreed to implement Agenda 21, which required countries to develop national-level sustainability indicators and also called for a new orientation of all education for sustainability. Following the Earth Summit, intense interest in education as a tool to empower society for environmental action and sustainable development has been on the rise. Many agencies, institutions, and non-governmental organizations established education efforts, not just for young people, but for everyone in society. More recently, the United Nations also declared the ‘United Nations Decade for Education for Sustainable Development’ (2005-2014). The core goal of the above decade is to integrate the knowledge and values of sustainable development into all aspects of learning and to encourage changes in behavior which will lead to a more sustainable society.
This study aims to embed sustainable education in vocational education, especially in Vocational High School in Indonesia in order to increase students awareness about energy efficiency. The sustainable education implemented through discovery learning model with a scientific approach in order to support sustainable development. The pilot project studies one-group pretest-posttest design experimental study with a purposive sample( n=33 students). Discovery learning extends real learning experiences about the importance to understand the concept of energy efficiency. Thus, it can be useful for students to break the back of environmental problems, especially for operational energy efficiency in the future. The results were obtained and will be explained in the full paper. The effects of proposed sustainable education program were evaluated by the questionnaires which were conducted before and after the program.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=64


137.

The Effectiveness of Application of Interactive Multimedia Based Motion Graphics on Making Fashion Design Learning In Digital Form
Winwin Wiana(a*)

a) Fashion Education Study Program Indonesia University of Education, Jalan Dr. Setiabudhi 207 Bandung, Indonesia
*winwinwiana[at]upi.edu


Abstract

This study is a research and development aimed at developing multimedia interactive learning based animation as an effort to improve student learning motivation in learning Fashion Design Technology, apart from this study also aims to design a learning program courses Fashion Design Technology with a focus on optimizing the use of interactive media in learning process. From this study showed: 1) A preliminary study found that, the problems faced by students when studying Fashion Design Technology is: the student is not optimal when learning designing clothes based computer technology both in terms of learning content, learning mechanisms that still uses a linear media, and limitations of highly structured learning time. 2) Animation multimedia has the following characteristics: a media of learning is convergent, interactive, self-contained in the sense of giving convenience to users without the guidance of others, as multimedia applications can present the material to see more interesting and informative. 3) Design of multimedia learning software developed include: the creation of flowcharts, storyboards and drafting manuscript of interactive multimedia based animation, 4) Based on the results of the processing of data proved that the application of interactive multimedia-based motion graphics have the ability to increasing mastery of concepts and fashion designing skill in digital format, on Fashion Design teacher candidates. The implication of this research is the positive impact of the use of interactive multimedia based motion graphics in improving learning outcomes the manufacture of digital-formatted fashion design

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=269


138.

ASSESMENT PERPORMANCE OF MEASURING CREATIVE THINGKING SKILL ON SUBJECTS PRAKARYA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Henni Ratnasusanti ¹,a), Ana A 2,b)

a) Graduate Student Study Program PTK UPI, Bandung West Java, 40154,
b) Postgraduate Lecturer Study Program PTK UPI, Bandung West Java, 40154
Email a)henniratna72[at]gmail.com, b)ana[at]upi.edu
UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA


Abstract

The aim of the research is to apply performance assessment in measurement skill of creative thinking Junior High School students on subject Prakarya. Student interaction, behavior and also studying are part of assessment. It has main performance, there are task and rubics. Assignment or task shows the students ability in skills which form by the outcomes and the criteria of assessment shows the explanation of student outcomes itself.
The accomplishment of creative thinking in this research is focused on fourth main pillars, there are; association, questioning, observing, and experimental. They are based on three aspects of creative thinking, including fluency, flexibility, and originality. Each of aspects can be reach as category good, medium, and less.
Quasi Experimental Design is the method that used in this research.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=271


139.

Development of Interactive Learning Media For Lesson Material of at fifth grade Islamic Elementary School
Iwan Sonjaya, Hidati Robihah

Computer and Informatics Engineering Department
Politeknik Negeri Jakarta


Abstract

Qurban is one of the rituals of worship for Muslims where slaughter of animals qurban in the form of goats/sheep,cows/ buffaloes and camels to be dedicated to God, with the aim of getting closer to God. Qurban is one of the 5th grade subject of Fiqh Islamic elementary school. One of the problems faced by educators from PKP Jakarta Islamic School is that many learners are difficult to understand the material of Qurban. By utilizing multimedia technology in the learning process, it would be better if the learning media made with more interactive and help learners in understanding the material Qurban. In this interactive learning media, the Qurban material is delivered using 2-dimensional animated video. In the process of making, 2-dimensional animation is using 9 of 12 principles of animation. From the results of questionnaires distributed to 30 respondents class 5 elementary and 4 educators in MI PKP JIS, it can be concluded that the character design and environment get the mean value &#8805; 4 which states that the design has been in accordance with the story of the animated story. While the animation to get the mean &#8805; 4 which means the animation has been appropriate and is good.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=295


140.

ANDROID APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT IN ENHANCING JLPT LEVEL 5 (N5) JAPANESE KANJI ABILITY
Nuria Haristiani*, Dian Bayu Firmansyah

Language and Literature Education Faculty, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi no 229, Bandung 40159, Indonesia
*nuriaharist[at]upi.edu


Abstract

This study aimed to develop a media for improving the way for learning and memorizing Japanese kanji using an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) using a model in android application. We also examined the impact of the present application on student ability for improving and memorizing basic level Japanese Kanji, which is equivalent to Kanji standard on Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 5 (N5). Different from other media, this media designed as user friendly for students who willing to learn independently using smartphones. Further, this media was technology-based and equipped by some features such as ‘Learning’ step, ‘Practice’ step, and ‘Test’ step which is equipped with time counting feature. To confirm the performance of this media, the study was completed with pre-experimental method and questionnaires. Research subjects were students of national university majoring Japanese language in Indonesia. The results of pre-experimental test showed that the use of this media improved students ability for learning and remembering Japanese Kanji. The questionnaires showed positive responses from students that the media was attractive, user friendly, and useful for learning and memorizing Japanese Kanji.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=93


141.

Learning Application of Astronomy Based Augmented Reality Using Android Platform
Berry Maleke, Debby Paseru, Rubby Padang

Teknik Informatika, Fakultas Teknik
Universitas Katolik De La Salle Manado


Abstract

Astronomy is a branch of science involving observations of celestial bodies such as stars, planets, nebular comets, star clusters, and galaxies as well as natural phenomena occurring outside the Earths atmosphere. The way of learning of Astronomy is quite varied, such as by using a book or observe directly with a telescope. But both ways of learning have shortcomings, for example learning through books is only presented in the form of interesting 2D drawings. While learning with a telescope requires a fairly expensive cost to buy the equipment.

This study will present a more interesting way of learning from the previous one, namely through Augmented Reality (AR) application using Android platform. Augmented Reality is a combination of virtual world (virtual) and real world (real) made by computer. Virtual objects can be text, animation, 3D models or videos that are combined with the actual environment so that the user feels the virtual object is in his environment. With the use of the Android platform, this application makes the learning method more interesting because it can be used on various Android smartphones so that learning can be done anytime and anywhere.

The methodology used in making applications is Multimedia Lifecycle, along with C # language for AR programming and flowchart as a modeling tool.

The results of research on some users stated that this application can run well and can be used as an alternative way of learning Astronomy with more interesting.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=96


142.

Design and Fabrication The Pipe Welding Trainer for Groove Joint in All Welding Positions
Asep Hadian Sasmita, Inu Hardi Kusumah

Indonesia University Of Education


Abstract

The process of practicum lecturing is an implementation and verification of the existing theory. So the concept that has been owned by students in theoretical lectures be more powerful and attached. Pipe welding practice is one of the practicum activities in the Department of Mechanical Engineering FPTK Indonesia University of Education. The practice of groove joint pipe welding can’t be done properly and correctly, because of the limitations of the practicum tool. Even pipe welding of 1G position with the rotated pipe can’t be performed. It is therefore necessary to research the trainer that can improve the effectiveness of the welding practice. The purpose of this research is to produce designs and products in the form of pipe welding trainer for groove joint in all welding positions. Methods in this study using research and development methods with preliminary study stage, design, manufacture, development and validation. This research has resulted in the design and product of pipe welding trainer for groove joint in all welding positions. The welding trainer can help students do practicum well and correctly.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=97


143.

Analysis literacy of Vocational High School Teachers
Dwi Vernanda, Ade Gafar Abdullah, Dedi Rohendi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Literacy internet is needed to know the development of the world in various things quickly and precisely, as well as in the world of education, especially teachers. Seeing the importance of internet literacy, there is an interest to discuss and analyze the level of internet literacy of teachers. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative. The sample of research is vocational school teacher (SMK) as much as 99 respondents. Data collection using questionnaires. The theory used is adopted from Suitable Learning Object Type (LRE APV4.7) and Three Elements of Literacy Digital. The result data of the questionnaire is processed and analyzed using Capability Maturity Model theory, the result of the research shows that the level of internet literacy of vocational teachers is at level 2, meaning that SMK teachers have used the internet many times to assist their daily activities and have pattern of repetition in internet utilization. The use of internet by teachers of SMK with various needs that support the process of teaching, communicating, sharing knowledge, but the most dominant is to communicate through social media. Factors affecting internet usage include age, gender, and employment status.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=98


144.

Vocational Teacher Perceptions on The Use of ICT in Learning Computer Network
Yannuar (a*); Dedi Rohendi (b)

a) Student, Technology and Vocational Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 207 Bandung 40154 Indonesia
*yannuar1605713[at]student.upi.edu
b) Lecturer, Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI)
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 207 Bandung 40154 Indonesia


Abstract

The use of ICT now has a very important role in 21st century learning. This descriptive study aims to determine the perceptions of teachers on the use of ICT in learning Computer Network in Vocational High School. The findings of this research were collected using questionnaires and analyzed using descriptive statistics. The sample in this study are 20 computer teachers in several Vocational Schools in Dumai City. The results showed almost 90% of teachers have a positive view of the use of ICT in learning. Conclusions resulting from this research is the use of ICT to help teachers more effectively in teaching in the classroom and can increase student motivation in learning.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=102


145.

THE INFLUENCE OF THINK, PAIR, SHARE COOPERATIVE LEARNING STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ SCIENCE COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Heni Rusnayati 1, Hera Novia2, Melli3


1Physics Education, FPMIPA, Indonesion University of Education
heni[at]upi.edu, melli.fisb[at]gmail.com


Abstract

Abstract


Science communication skills is one of significant skills the science students are required to have. Motivated by the underperformance of students’ science communication skills, as indicated by their low achievement scores, an experiment was conducted. This paper explicates the result of a one group pre-test post-test pre-experimental research design on how a think, pair, share cooperative leaning strategy influence the students’ science communication skills. Using a set of test to identify the students’ pre and post test scores on their science communication skills and a set of observation sheet as the instruments to collect data, the study was conducted to a group of ten grade students in one of a senior high school in Bandung, West Java. The experiment shows the increment of students’ mastery on the concepts of physics, as their achievements improve after the experimentation. The study concludes that think, pair, share cooperative learning strategy provides positive influence on students’ science communication skills.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=110


146.

Analysis Website Vocational High School In central of java
Chandra Adji Setiawan, Ade Gafar Abdullah, Dedi Rohendi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The school website is an information portal that is organized as a learning portal and can be used as an information portal for students, parents and general users. However, guidelines and rules for making a Vocational High School (SMK) website difficult to obtain. With the necessary criteria of the ideal SMK website for quality improvement process website can run well, Therefore this research will analyze the quality of SMK website content. The method used in this research is survey and content analysis method. The population in this study is the SMK website in Central Java, while the sample is the SMK website with State status.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=112


147.

Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index (ITEI): An Emerging Concept of Teacher Engagement in Indonesia
Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index (ITEI): An Emerging Concept of Teacher Engagement in Indonesia

1,2Primary Teacher Education Department, Faculty of Humanities, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
1,3Research Interest Group in Education Technology, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia


Abstract

This paper presents a new concept of teacher engagement in Indonesia. The various studies in this paper examine various perspectives and even criticize the initial research on teacher engagement, so as to build the concept of different teacher engagement and in accordance with the Indonesian context so that it can be implemented and has direct impact as a guideline on improving the quality of teachers and education personnel in Indonesia. The method used in this paper is the Neuroresearch research method focused on exploratory research. The conclusion of this research is the development of Indonesian Teacher Engagement Index concept (ITEI) as a concept that describes the condition of teachers who experienced various psychological conditions positively, actively participate in building positive education, able to show good performance, have competence that support, have national character as Characteristic of Indonesia and able to show the nationalism leadership engagement.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=120


148.

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF ART TRADITIOAN PERFORMANCE AS THE TEACHING MATERIAL IN THE EDUCATION OF ART AND CULTURE
Muhammad Jazuli

Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

In Indonesia each region almost has traditional performing arts as part of its community culture. The existence of traditional performing arts is very close to the position and function. Therefore, the empowerment and development of traditional performing arts as a learning resource in education becomes more crucial when done with the right strategy. This study aims to find the development strategy of traditional performing arts as teaching materials in the learning of art and culture.
The method used in this study is qualitative, with the aim to describe and explain a situation as it is. Research objectives are focused on traditional performing arts as teaching materials. Technique of data collecting done by observation, interview and documentation.
The results show that the development of traditional performing arts as material in the education of art and culture requires a competence relevant to the principles of education, art concepts, learning objectives, and the application of traditional live art performances network that is aligned with the demands of the situation.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=121


149.

Pattern Relationships between Moral Reasoning Scientific Reasoning with Junior High School Students on Environmental Issues
W. Liliawati1, M. Fauziah2, M. Iryanti3, H. Rusnayati1, N. Y. Rustaman4

Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

Junior high school student has unique characteristics, the age range of 12-14 years are in situations of conflict, between the shock, sorrow, love and rebellion with adult authority. Moral reasoning and scientific reasoning are two separate things in a person. The perspective of developmental psychology, moral reasoning and scientific reasoning are mutually reinforcing. Therefore, both must be explicitly taught together. Even though, learning about science in class is more emphasis on scientific reasoning. The purpose of this study to look for patterns of relationships between scientific reasoning and moral reasoning secondary school students on environmental issues. Instruments used for scientific reasoning using instruments TOLT (Test of Logical Thinking) and moral reasoning using TDM (Test Dilemma of Moral) environmental issues. The method used is the method of mixed methods with embedded concurrent strategy. The research sample is purposive sampling conducted as many as 250 junior high school students of class 8th and 9th which consists of nine schools representing Cluster I, Cluster II, Cluster III, and SMP-Based Religion in Bandung. The result showed that there is a pattern of significantly positive relationship between scientific reasoning with moral reasoning of students on environmental issues. Scientific reasoning of student’s at the operational level of formal is higher moral reasoning than the scientific reasoning of students at the concrete operational level and transition.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=132


150.

Development of Physics Teaching Media to Train The Scientific Literacy on Momentum Topics in Highschool
Setiya Utari, Didi Teguh Chandra, Dadi Rusdiana, Lilik Hasanah,Eka Cahya Prima

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Scientific Literacy (SL) is the use of science knowledge and scientific ways to solve problems or decision making. SL is viewed as an importan competency that needs to be provided to citizens, so that the direction of education curriculum change in some developed countries emphasizes on the provision of SL . The result of the study shows that SL Indonesian student is still classified in level 1 it indicates the need of spreading of SL Indonesian student, this is supported by the result of survey which reveal the allegation that this competency is less optimal in practice in science learning in school, one of cause is carrying capacity to facilitate learning that engages SL. The researchtries to deelop the momentum learning media as well as develop the project that facilitatesSL, the results show that the momentum media equipment associated with the use of tracker programs developed in view can display, the data needed to bluid the momentum and implus concepts and media to bluid a science project tha able to train SL competence.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=146


151.

Mobile Networks and Mobile Learning Tools for Course in Computer Science
Edy Budiman

Universitas Mulawarman


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Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=148


152.

Implementation Analysis of Blended Learning Model on Waste Treatment Subjects (Case study at SMK Pertanian Pembangunan Negeri Lembang)
Yatti Sugiarti, Sari Nurmayani, Siti Mujdalipah

Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Waste treatment is one of the productive subjects in vocational high school in programs of Agricultural Processing Technology which is one of the objectives learning has been assigned in graduate competency standards (SKL) of Vocational High School by Government Regulation No. 19 of 2005 article 26. Based on case studies that have been conducted in SMK Pertanian Pembangunan Negeri Lembang, waste treatment subjects had still use the lecture method or conventional method, and students are less enthusiastic in learning process. Therefore, the implementation of more interactive learning models such as blended learning with Edmodo is one of alternative models to resolve the issue. So the purpose of this study is to formulate the appropriate learning syntax for the implementation of blended learning with Edmodo to agree the requirement characteristics of students and waste treatment subject and explain the learning outcome obtained by students in the cognitive aspects on the subjects of waste treatment. This research was conducted by the method of classroom action research (CAR) with a Mc. Tagart model and concluded that the implementation of blended learning with Edmodo on the subjects of waste treatment can improve student learning outcomes in the cognitive aspects with the maximum increase in the value of N-gain 0.82, as well as student learning compliteness criteria reaching 100% on cycle 2. And the formulation of appropriate learning syntax for implementation of blended learning model with Edmodo on waste treatment subject are 1) Self-paced learning, 2) Group networking, 3) Live Event- collaboration, 4) Association - communication, 5) Assessment - Performance material support.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=152


153.

Design Learning of Teaching Factory in Machining Technic Vocational Education
Ricky Cahyasari Putra, Inu Hardi Kusumah, Mumu Komaro

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Link and match is one of government policy. It implementations of technology program and vocational education to fulfill the industry needs on competent human source, which until today is still not capable as an expected. Many factors have to be fixed and enhanced to appropriate as a technology and vocational education, especially machining technique in industry or entrepreneur world. Industry world is a target of process and learning outcomes in vocational high school which has a character and feature itself. Therefore, the learning process in institute of vocational education have to make approaches as a learning in appropriate of industry world. Teaching factory is one of learning approach base on production and learning in working world. It applies unit production that involved in students as directly on production and service activity which is expected to have decent quality so, it has a value to receive by consumer. The approaching of teaching factory expected to enhance the graduate which is made the competent human resource

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=155


154.

The Developing of character learning model integrated in Vocational Education
Abna Hidayati

Universitas Negeri Padang


Abstract

The research based on observations in the field of character taught only at the level of cognitive, affective, and it has not reached out affective and psychomotor aspects. The integrated character in subjects confined to the cognitive aspects. Aim of the study was to find character learning model integrated subjects for vocational education.
Types of this research were research and development. The development model selected using ADDIE development model. There were five stages offered by this model, ie Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. This research conducted in four regions (Agam, Pasaman Barat, Padang Panjang and Padang) in the province of West Sumatra. Data collected through questionnaires, interviews, documentation studies then designed an integrated learning model character subjects. After analyzing qualitative and quantitative data found that subjects’ integrated learning model developed was valid and proven to increase student ownership of the character.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=160


155.

The Relations of Student Perception towards Teacher Professionalism and Participation in Class with the Result of Science Subject Study at SMAN I Manado
B.M.H. Kilis(a*), D.R.E. Kembuan(a), P.T.D. Rompas(a), M.M. Mintjelungan(a), M. Daud(a), (a)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

The subjects of Sciences, taught in High School consist of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The learning outcomes of science subjects are often less than optimal, so that at the end of the final exam is always held enrichment by the teacher or in the end the students follow the guidance of learning in the institution of courses or other education outside the school. In these conditions besides causing new problems of cost or expenses incurred by parents increased for tutoring and / or enrichment, also take up more time for students. If traced further the actual situation does not need to occur when the learning process runs optimally. Optimal learning quality produces good achievement for students. Many factors become the cause so that students are less satisfied in learning in the class / school and of course become a barrier to student achievement. In addition to psychological factors and internal factors, there are also other external factors. Therefore, the researcher is interested in studying external and internal factors, namely the students perceptions of teacher professionalism and the level of student participation in the class. The level of participation in the classroom is part of the ethnography of the classroom, which has different characteristics and should be understood by the teacher.
Therefore the problems in this study are: How students perceptions of the professionalism of teachers associated with science subjects learning outcomes in students of SMAN 1 Manado. What is the level of student participation in the class with the result of learning science subjects on the students of SMAN 1 Manado. The results showed that the level of student participation in the classroom has more relevance to the learning outcomes than the students perceptions of teacher professionalism.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=178


156.

Combining Competency and Literacy in the Classroom: The Implication of Using T-Ex Approach on Essay Writing
Mister Gidion Maru

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This paper intends to share the implication of using the t-ex approach or jeremiad approach toward the attempt to shape students’ competency and literacy awareness in a classroom particularly EFL class. T-Ex approach, which is originally called jeremiad approach, suggests three aspects namely text explanation which prescribes the identification and presentation of a certain challenging issue. It is followed by the step of text examination that underlines the presence of possible solution toward the issue by referring to related knowledge and technology, socio-cultural values, and outstanding figures. It is concluded by the text expectation that proposes the hope of recalling the acquired knowledge and sharing it for future anticipation. All of the steps rely upon the language competence since they use language as a media of constructing and recognizing as well as negotiating the message(s). These aspects summarize the potential of combining the language competence and literacy in the classroom activities. As a qualitative research, this study involves students as the respondents to be interviewed. The students were assigned to write an essay on the certain topic, in this case, on the issue of the impact of technology upon human life. The data are interpreted in the way of the grounded theory. The results imply that the students are encouraged and driven to search for relevant knowledge, to recall related values and figures, and to construct the future awareness.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=181


157.

Study on Correlation Teacher Teaching Quality with Learning Outcomes of Student SMK Negeri 2 Manado
D.R.E. Kembuan(a*), P.T.D. Rompas(a), M.M. Mintjelungan(a), M. Daud(a), B.M.H. Kilis(a)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This study aims to get correlation teacher teaching quality with learning Outcomes of student SMK Negeri 2 Manado. Method used Correlation approach with simple regression analysis. The result shown that correlation teacher teaching quality with learning Outcomes of student SMK Negeri 2 Manado is significant.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=183


158.

Influence the Student Learning Achievement in Building Engineering Skills Program SMK Negeri 1 Tomohon to Predictor of Teacher Competence
M. Daud(a*), D.R.E. Kembuan(a), B.M.H. Kilis(a), P.T.D. Rompas(a), M.M. Mintjelungan(a)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This study aims to get influence student learning achievement in Building Engineering Skills Program SMK Negeri 1 Tomohon to predictor of teacher competence. Method used to quantitative approach with statistical analysis. The results shown that teacher competence can be concluded improvement in the form of knowledge to manage learning planning, learning process, and evaluation of learning, hence directly will improve student learning achievement that can improve level of ability which have been reached by student after follow teaching process in certain time either Changes in behavior, skills and knowledge or in improving student achievement must pay attention to teachers competence which significantly give a significant contribution.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=185


159.

Students’ Perception on The Use of Computer Based Test
Rino A Nugroho, Noni Srijati Kusumawati, Okki Chandra Ambarwati

Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta, Indonesia
*rino.nugroho[at]staff.uns.ac.id


Abstract

Teaching nowadays might use technology in order to disseminate science and knowledge. As part of teaching, the way evaluating study progress and result has also benefited from this IT rapid progress. The computer-based test (CBT) has been introduced to replace the more conventional paper-based test (PBT). CBT are considered more advantageous than PBT. It is considered as more efficient, transparent, and has the ability of minimising fraud in cognitive evaluation. Current studies have indicated the debate of CBT vs PBT usage. Most of the current research compare the two methods without exploring the student’s perception about the test. This study will fill the gap in the literature by providing student’s perception on the two tests method. Survey approach is conducted to obtain the data. The sample is collected in two identical classes with similar subject in a public university in Indonesia. Mann-Whitney U test used to analyse the data. The result indicate that students are favouring PBT than CBT. Further discussion and research implication is discussed in the paper.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=188


160.

Improvement of Students Environmental Literacy by Using of Integrated Science Teaching Materials
Desi Suryanti (a)*, Parlindungan Sinaga (b), Wahyu Surakusumah (c)

a) Postgradute School of Science, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Dr. Setia Budi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
*desi.suryanti[at]yahoo.com
b) Departement of Physics, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Dr. Setia Budi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
c) Departement of Biology, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jalan Dr. Setia Budi No.229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia


Abstract

Teaching materials have a very important role in a learning. This study aims to determine the improvement of students environmental literacy through the use of integrated science teaching materials on pollution themes that have been developed. The research used is descriptive method. The sample of the study were junior high school students in Bandung amounted to 34 people of 7th grade. Data collection in the form of environmental literacy test instrument consist of four components of environmental literacy that is (1) knowledge, (2) skill, (3) attitude and (4) behavior toward environment. The results show that the students environmental literacy ability is improved after using integrated science teaching materials. An increase in the medium category is occurring in the knowledge component (n-gain=68.2%) and skill (n-gain=59.7%), while the increase in the low category occurs in the affective component (n-gain=26.8%) and behavior (n-gain=27.3%). The conclusions of this study as a whole The improvement of students environmental literacy is in the medium category (n-gain=45.6%).

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=189


161.

DEVELOPMENT OF ANDROID-BASED LEARNING MEDIA IN SUBJECT OF SIMULASI DIGITAL IN SMK KRISTEN 1 TOMOHON
M.M.Laluan*(a),V.R.Palilingan(a),P.T.D.Rompas(a)

(a) Universitas Negeri Manado
*laluan.nelwan[at]gmail.com


Abstract

This research aims to develop learning medium with Simulasi Digital for Android Basic Competence Communication In The Network and determine the feasibility of application of the media as a learning media which based on matter expert, media expert, Simulasi Digital teacher, and the opinion from students. Was the development model of Borg & Gall that consisted 8 steps, they were 1) research and data collection, 2) plan, 3) the first development of product format, 4) advanced validation, 5) first product revision, 6) field trials and error, 7) second product revision, and 8)
dissemination and implementation. Subjects of the research were lecturers, teachers, and students in SMK Kristen 1 Tomohon. Collecting data using questionnaire, interview and observation sheet. The research results show that the level of media feasibility learning Simulasi Digital by the application Simulasi Digital based android as a medium learning based on the assessment: subject matter expert for 88,3%, media expert 93,3%, learning expert I of 90.3%, learning expert II 84,6%, and 89,4 % from students responses. The study results indicated an increase in data analysis of pretest and posttest results of T test conducted with a level of 95% in the truth of the results obtained significance of 0.000 <0.05 then there was a significant difference between the student learning outcomes before and after the use of android-based learning media.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=220


162.

Development of Internet Reactor Laboratory using Kartini Research Reactor for Training & Education
Wahyono Puradwi Ismu, Syarip, Taxwim

Center for Accelerator Science and Technology (CAST), National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN)


Abstract

The Internet Reactor Laboratory (IRL) that is under development consisted of broadcasting the training courses via an internet to remote facilities or institutions, is presented. The IRL consisted of the database server (Web Server), with data format: SQL, operating system (OS): LAMP, and the method used: AJAX &Jquery. At the process computer used data format: XML, JSON, CSV, TXT, and OS: Windows/Linux, provide data acquisition to be used in web server computer. Requirement process for conducting reactor physics laboratory using Kartini reactor remotely is provided by a class instructor. The preliminary introduction of IRL was soft-launched at the end of 2014 in Nuclear Youth Summit (NYS) program where the NYS participants in the hotel at the downtown city of Yogyakarta can see the process of Kartini reactor operation and communicate with reactor operators. For more comprehensive services in the future, the improvement on the laboratory exercises arrangement is a necessity. Through IRL it is hoped that in the future, Kartini reactor will contribute to regional nuclear education and training programs.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=225


163.

Envisioning Science Environment Technology and Society (SETS): The Sundanese Traditional-Local-Wisdom-Based Building Construction Learning Design for Vocational High School Students on Building Drawing Technique
Johar Maknun1, Tjahyani Busono1*, Irawan Surasetja1

1Department of Architectural Education, Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education,
Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Science Environment Technology and Society (SETS) approach helps students to connect science concept with the other aspects. This allows them to achieve a clearer depiction of how each concept is linked with the other concepts in SETS. Taking SETS into account will guide students to utilize science as a productive concept in inventing and developing technology, while minimizing its negative impacts on the environment and society. This article discusses the implementation of Sundanese local wisdoms, that can be found in the local stilt house (rumah panggung), in the Building Construction subject in vocational high school on Building Drawing Technique expertise. The stilt house structural system employs ties, pupurus joints, and wedges on its floor, wall, and truss frames, as well as its beams. This local knowledge was incorporated into the Building Construction learning program and applied on the following basic competences: applying wood’s specification and characteristics for building construction, managing wood’s specification and characteristics for building construction, analyzing building structure’s type and function based on their characteristics, reasoning building structure’s type and function based on their characteristics, categorizing wood construction works, and reasoning wood construction works. The research result is the Sundanese traditional-local-wisdom-based learning design of the Building Construction subject.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=231


164.

Development of Learning Management in Moral Ethics and Code of Ethics of the Teaching Profession Course
Sutthiporn Boonsong (a*) , Saiphin Siharak (b) , Vinai Srikanok(c)

a)Faculty of Technical Education
Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
Rangsit-Nakornnayok Rd. Thanyaburi, Pathumthani, Thailand 12110.
*sutthiporn[at]rmutt.ac.th ; sutboon[at]hotmail.com
b)Faculty of Technical Education
Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
Rangsit-Nakornnayok Rd. Thanyaburi, Pathumthani, Thailand 12110.
c) Faculty of Technical Education
Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
Rangsit-Nakornnayok Rd. Thanyaburi, Pathumthani, Thailand 12110.


Abstract

The purpose of this research were to develop the learning management, which was prepared for the enhancement of students’ Moral Ethics and Code of Ethics in Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT). The contextual study and the ideas for learning management development was conducted by document study and content analysis from the document about moral ethics and code of ethics of the teaching profession concerning Graduate Diploma for Teaching Profession Program. The main tools of this research were the summarize papers and analyze papers.
The results of development showed the learning management for the development of moral ethics and code of ethics of the teaching profession for Graduate Diploma for Teaching Profession students could promote desired moral ethics and code of ethics of the teaching profession character by the integrated learning techniques which consisted of Service Learning, Contract System, Value Clarification, Role Playing, and Concept Mapping. The learning management was presented in 3 steps.


Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=237


165.

WEB-BASED VIRTUAL LABORATORY FOR FOOD ANALYSIS COURSE
Mustika Nuramalia Handayani, Indah Khoerunnisa, Yatti Sugiarti

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Implementation of learning on food analysis course in Program Study of Agro-industrial Technology Education faced problems. These problems include the availability of space and tools in the laboratory that is not comparable with the number of students also lack of interactive learning tools. On the other hand, the information technology literacy of students is quite high as well the internet network is quite easily accessible on campus. This is a challenge as well as opportunities in the development of learning media that can help optimize learning in the laboratory. This study aims to develop web-based virtual laboratory as one of the alternative learning media in food analysis course. This research is R & D (research and development) which refers to Borg & Gall model. The results showed that the expert assessment of web-based virtual labs developed, in terms of software engineering aspects; visual communication; material relevance; usefulness and language used, is feasible as learning media. The results of the scaled-scale test and wide-scale tests show that students strongly agree with the development of web-based virtual laboratory.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=240


166.

Design Mobile Learning for First Year Students at SMK Negeri 1 Ratahan
N V V Kamasi (a*), O Naharia (b)

a, b) Program Pascasarjana, Universitas Negeri Manado, Sulawesi Utara, Indonesia


Abstract

Education continues to grow in line with the development of technology included smartphone. Smartphone gives many contributions in education and to development of education such as present interesting learning for students. Nowadays, Mobile Learning (M-Learning) is begin to be used in education to help the teaching and learning process. This study uses a smartphone as a medium of learning and aims to design Mobile Learning (M-Learning) that is useful in the process of learning for first year students at SMK NEGERI 1 RATAHAN. This study was conducted using Multimedia Development Life Cycle (MDLC) model with six stages is concept, design, obtaining content material, assembly, testing, and distribution. The end result of this study is a design of Mobile Learning (M-Learning) that is useful for the first year students learning process at SMK NEGERI 1 RATAHAN.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=249


167.

The Develop of the Physics II Teaching Module Based on Cooperative Learning Model to Increase Competence of Electrical Engineering Department Student
Puput Wanarti Rusimamto 1*), Muhamad Syariffuddien Zuhrie 2

1 Electrical Engineering, The State University of Surabaya, City of Surabaya. Email: puputwanarti[at]unesa.ac.id
2 Electrical Engineering, The State University of Surabaya, City of Surabaya. Email: zuhrie[at]unesa.ac.id


Abstract

The application of physics science in Electrical Engineering is very complicated and difficult to be an important consideration in this research because it has the goal that the topics and teaching materials delivered during the learning can give maximum contribution to the conformity of knowledge obtained with the application in the field and improve the quality of the graduates Department of Electrical Engineering - Faculty of Engineering – The State University of Surabaya. With the module is expected to be used by educators in delivering teaching materials with practical and as one of the references to teach courses Physics II. The use of this module aims to prepare learners to be able to apply the theory of Physics science obtained during the lecture into the field of Electrical Engineering.

The results of the feasibility assessment of the Physics II Lecturer Module for Cooperative Learning Model as an Effort to Improve the Quality of Learning Outcomes in graduates of Electrical Engineering Department - Faculty of Engineering - State University of Surabaya developed are as follows: the analysis result obtained from the validator is 85.1% for Module and 89% for trainer, from student response is 83,9% for module and 84,8% for trainer. So that the Physics II Lecture Module for Cooperative Learning Model developed may and be applied to the lecture subject of Physics II.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=255


168.

The Influence of Inquiry Based Learning on Students Knowledge of Control Systems by using Trainer, Teaching Module and Delphi Software
Diah Wulandari 1*), Muhamad Syariffuddien Zuhrie 2

1 Mechanical Engineering, The State University of Surabaya, City of Surabaya. Email: diahwulandari[at]unesa.ac.id
2 Electrical Engineering, The State University of Surabaya, City of Surabaya. Email: zuhrie[at]unesa.ac.id


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to know the influence of the use of the inquiry learning using learning materials (modules and trainer) with the help of delphi software . The results showed that materials meet the criteria effectively. The results of the application of learning modules on the subject of the value of formative tests with an average of successively 87.5 on subject 1, as well as 86.25 on subject 2.

The difference between before and after the application of the module can be seen from the magnitude of the difference between test results of test value of pre-and post test-subject 1 and 2 respectively i.e. 19.85 9.63 and both of which stated that the use of modules to improve learning achievements of the influential students. Based on the results obtained, it can be concluded that the materials being developed meets the criteria valid, effective, and can increase the knowledge and skills of the students.

Observation on the activity of Professor overall is good. On student activities, observation skills to formulate the problem, hypothesis, gather data, formulate hypotheses, analyze test average is at a good level.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=256


169.

Instructional Package of Development of skill in Using Fine Motor of Children for Children with intellectual Disabilities
Thosporn Sangsawang

Faculty of Technical Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thailand, 12110


Abstract

This research has the following purposes: 1) to find the efficiency of the
self-learning activity set on development of skill in using fine motor of children with intellectual disabilities., 2) to compare the abilities to use the small muscles after the study more than before the study of children with intellectual disabilities, who made study with the self-learning activity on development of small muscles use., 3) to study the satisfaction of the children with intellectual disabilities using the self-learning activity on development of small muscles use. The sample groups on the research are the children with intellectual disabilities of the special education Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Provincial Nakhon Nayok Center in the school year 2016, for 7 children. The tools used on the research consist of the self-learning activity on development of small muscles use for the children with intellectual disabilities of the special, the observation form of abilities of small muscles before and after using the activity set and the observation form of satisfaction of the children with intellectual disabilities of the special towards the self-learning activity set on development of small muscles for the children with intellectual disabilities of the special. The statistics used on the research include the percentage, mean value, standard deviation and the t-test for dependent sample. From the research, it was found that the self-learning activity set on development of small muscles use for children with intellectual disabilities of the special is efficient based on the criteria in average equal to 77.78/76.51, the educational coefficient of the student after the study higher than before the study with average points before the study equal to 55.14 and S.D. value equal to 3.72. The average points after the study equal to 68.86, S.D. value equal to 2.73, t-test value before and after the study equal to 7.94, which are different significantly on statistics at the level 0.05 and the satisfaction observation form of the student towards the self-learning activity on small muscles use for he down syndrome children with average value equal to 4.58 in the considerable level.


Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=268


170.

PRACTICUM PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT IN TEACHER EDUCATION
Susi Susanti, Kamin Sumardi

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aims of this research is investigates common understandings and practices of a group of supervisors assessing students performance during the Teaching Practicum in Indonesia. The question that the research intends to answer: What are the common foci of supervisors as reflected in their teaching practicum performance assessment reports? A randomly mixed sample of 40 narrative reports, taken from 6 supervisors was analysed to gain insight into the assessment report. Findings are presented as five assessment discourses and an argument is presented for the Teaching Practicum assessment to serving students’ professional development that meets the challenges of culturally diverse societies.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=278


171.

The Effects of Higher Order Thinking (HOT) Laboratory Design in Elasticity on Student’s Creative Thinking and Communication Skills
D Safitri (1), A Setiawan (1,2), A Suhandi (1,2), and A Malik (2)

(1) Physics Education Program, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia
(2) Science Education Program, , School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No 229, Bandung 40154, Indonesia


Abstract

This research is based on a lack of creative thinking and communication skills of students. Creative thinking and communication skills are higher order thinking skills that are urgently required by everyone to face real world problems in the 21-st century. Therefore, an innovative learning method is needed to develop these skills. This study aims to investigate the effect of implementation of HOT laboratory design in the topic of elasticity on the creative thinking skills and communication skills of senior high school students in Sukabumi city West Java. It was a quasi-experimental study with non-randomized sampling technique and pretest-posttest control group design. The control group consisted of 25 students was given verification laboratory while the experimental group consisted of 25 students was given HOT laboratory. Data were then collected by using creative thinking skills test and communication skill assessment sheets which previously has been validated by expert. The findings showed that students who get HOT laboratory significantly have better creative thinking and communication skills than students who get verification laboratory. We conclude that HOT laboratory design effectively can improve student’s creative thinking and communication skills.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=284


172.

Effect of higher order thinking laboratory on the improvement of critical and creative thinking skills
Agus Setiawan, Adam Malik, Andi Suhandi and Anna Permanasari

Science Education Program, School of Postgraduate Studies, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154 Indonesia


Abstract

This research is based on the need for improving critical and creative thinking skills of learner in the 21-st century. A proposed approach is development of higher order thinking laboratories in physics learning. In this research, we have implemented a Higher Order Thinking Laboratory (HOT-Lab) model for the topic of force. The model is characterized by problem solving and higher order thinking oriented through real laboratory activities in learning. A quasy experiment method with pre-test post-test control group design was employed in this research. Sixty the-third grade student of Physics Education Study Program of a Teacher Education Higher Education in Bandung have been selected randomly as a subject of this research. The research subject was divided into 2 classes, experiment class (HOT-lab model) and control class (verification lab model). Research instruments were in the form of essay test both for creative and critical thinking skills measurements. The results revealed that both the models have improved student’s creative and critical thinking skills. However the improvement of the experiment class is significantly higher than that of the control class, as indicated by the average of normalized gains for critical thinking skills of 61.33 and 44.13 and for creative thinking skills of 55.68 and 35.80, respectively. for the experimental class and the control class. In addition, there is a negative correlation between creative and critical thinking skills, indicated by correlation value of -0,494 (medium category). The students also give a positive response on the implementation of HOT-lab with the average of agreement of 73%.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=285


173.

Achievement Motivation, Compensation, and Teachers Performance at SMP Negeri in Manado City
Dra. Rio Metry Abast M.Pd., Dra Nontje M. Sangi M.Pd. Ir.Rocky Roring. MT

faculty of engineering, Manado State University.Indonesia.


Abstract

This research aimed to describe and analyze achievement motivation (X1), compensation (X2) and performance (Y). the relationship between Furthermore, it tried to describe and analyze: (1) the level of achievement motivation, compensation and performance of the teachers of SMP Negeri in Manado City, according to their perception, (2)The relationship between achievement motivation, compenstion and teacher performance at SMP Negeri in Manado City, (3) the impact of achievement motivation and compesation toward teachers performance, neither individually nor combined. The research sample was 234 teachers chosen proportionally from the total population of teachers of SMP Negeri in Manado City. Based on the research analysis, the following were: (1) The perception level of achievement motivation, compensation, and performance of the teachers of SMP Negeri in Manado City were adequate, (2) the relationship was found between achievement motivation, compensation and performance of the SMP Negeri teachers in Manado City, neither individually nor combined, (3) signifikant impact was found between achievement motivation, compensation and performance of the teachers of SMP Negeri in Manado City.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=287


174.

PHOTOGRAPHY INTEREST RELATIONS WITH PRODUCTIVE LEARNING PRODUCTS MULTIMEDIA SMK NEGERI 1 TONDANO
Christopher Mamahit, Drs.M.M Kambey.M.Si , Trudi Komansilan.ST.M.Sc

Faculty of Engineering, Manado State University, Indonesia


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to know how big the relation of interest of student photography to result of learning of multimedia productive subject. The research method used in this research is correlational, aiming to find the existence or absence of relationship. If there is, how closely the relationship and the meaning of the relationship. By knowing how much the relationship of photography with the results of learning multimedia productive subjects, it is expected that the school, especially Know and understand the photography and can teach it to students in a good way and correctly accompanied by regular field practice, because photography is the essence Of the multimedia itself.

Topic: Innovation in Teaching and Learning

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=303


175.

ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENT’S PSYCHOMOTOR ASPECT ON CONTINENTAL FOOD PROCESSING PRACTICUM
Pursita Nurafiati (a*),

UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA


Abstract

This research aim to develop and find out the response of observer for the assessment instrument of student’s psychomotor aspect on continental food processing practicum. This research belong to development research with 4P model that confined till the definition, design, and development stages. The data that gained during the research is analyzed descriptively. Research’s product is assessment instrument rubric form that consist of performance’s aspect which should be assessed and performance’s quality which stated in gradation score with 0-4 level and performance description that completed with picture illustration in every single score. Product was validate and responded based on material, construction, language, objectively, systematic, and practicability aspects.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=273


176.

EVALUATION PROGRAM ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP (PRAKERIN) IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
indra maulana(a*), sumarto (b)

Indonesian University of Education


Abstract

This research aims to find out the effectiveness and evaluate of the Industrial Attachment Programme (Prakerin ) in electrical engineering. This reasearch include on four variable of CIPP. (1). Context (a). programme planning (b). design . (2). Input (a). readiness of students (b). performance of vocational education teachers (c). Facilities and infrastucture , (3). Prosess (a). performance students (b). performance mentors , (4). Product (a). readiness of student work.
This research is a type of program evaluation research with Stake model approach. Data collection methods used are questionnaires with closed questions and frequently asked questions. Instrument validity test is done by using product moment correlation formula from Karl Pearso. The reliability of the instrument is analyzed by the reliability test of the Alpha Cronbach coefficient. The collected data were analyzed by quantitative descriptive technique using percentage

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=274


177.

The Model of Improving a Self Discipline of the Vocational Certificate Students.
Banleng Sramoon* and Chollada Pansong

Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thailand.


Abstract

The purposes of this work are to develop the Model of Improving a Self Discipline for the vocational certificate students and to compare the sustainable behavior of students. 176 of the 2nd year students from 11 Technical Colleges were selected to participate the disciplined training course by the drillmasters from the Royal Thai Army. Data collections were obtained through qualitative and quantitative methodologied with students, supervisors, trainers and parents. The results shown that students, supervisors and parents had the highest level of students’s self disciplines while the trainers from workplace had only high level. There are significantly different opinions about self discipline of students. Our result suggests that the 2nd year vocational certificate students from Technical Colleges must be attach to discipline training course every year.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=270


178.

Learning by working as the Effective Model in Vocational Education for the Poor (Case Study in SMK Kridawisata, Lampung, South Sumatera, Indonesia)
Arcadius Benawa, Ferry Doringin, Antonius A. Gea

Bina Nusantara, University


Abstract

This paper aims to provide an overview of the effective system and learning model for students from poor families in order to be used as a reference for the government and private parties who want to engage the intellectual life of the nation, especially from the poor family to be able through vocational education. Qualitative research method is done with the deep interviews, document analysis and direct observation. The result and conclusion obtained that the system and learning model such as learning by working in SMK Kridawisata, Lampung is really effective to help students from poor families to receive effective vocational education that can lift them out of poverty and educational backwardness. The implication is the system and learning model such as learning by working can be used as the model for government and private parties who want to participate alleviating youth from disadvantaged families through vocational education.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=76


179.

Investigating the Quality of Vocational Students` Mental Models and Prediction on Heat Conduction
Ika Mustika Sari, Dessy Fauzy, Duden Saepuzaman

Physics Education Department FPMIPA Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This study aimed to describe the profile of vocational students mental models and the relationship between mental models with predictive on the concepts of heat conduction. Participants in this study are 20 vocational students class XI. The method used was the constant comparison method. The data were taken using a semi-structured interviews. The instrument interviews protocol adopted and adapted from Chiou and Anderson (2010). The results showed that there were 11 mental models. By more than 90% of students have a mental model that is not scientifically accepted and there is a complex relationship between mental model with prediction.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=80


180.

THE IMPROVEMENT OF ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT FOR SINGING SKILLS AND PLAYING MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FOR THE MUSIC TEACHER CANDIDATES OF NON-MUSIC VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
Udi Utomo

Department of Pendidikan Sendratasik, Faculty of Languages and Arts,
Universitas Negeri Semarang, B2 Building, 1 st Floor, Sekaran-Gunungpati, Semarang, Indonesia


Abstract

The competences of music teacher candidates in teaching singing practice and playing musical intrument are needed in the teaching learning process at non-musical vocational schools. Hence, the process needs a comprehensive preparation for both competences. The objective of this study is to prepare assessment instrument of singing practice and playing musical instrument which are needed to assess the competences of music teacher candidates. The study used mix-method approach. The combination of qualitative and quantitative is required as the two methods are interrelated for both in the process of preparing assessment instrument and testing the instrument. The instruments consist of seven assignments. The four of which are the instruments for reading melodic and rhythmic notation and the other three instruments are to assess skills of song arrangment. Based on the result, it can be found that the coefisien of instrument realibility is 0.817 in the type of consistency definition and 0.810 in the type of absolute agreement definitions. It can be concluded that the instrument made by using analytic rubric of coefficient the realibility is better compared to the instrument made by holistic rubric.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=86


181.

Efforts to preserve the traditional art of calung Banyumasan through the education at Vocational School of Art in Banyumas District
Suharto; Indriyanto

Universitas Negeri Semarang


Abstract

Traditional music in Banyumas especially Calung Banyumasan music is very famous for its very distinctive style. But now there is a tendency of quantity and the quality of the music began to decline. Vocational high schools of Banyumas is one potential that can be used in this art conservation effort. The purpose of this research is to find the model of preservation of calung art through education. This research used the Research and Development model with the stage to find a model of preservation in vocational high schools in the field of art research in SMK3 Banyumas, Indonesia. The results of the research shows that the model of preservation of traditional art of Calung Banyumasan is done by identifying the main aspects of Banyumas unique calung music, identifying the existing classical style of Calung Banyumas, including Banyumasan calung material in the curriculum in some subjects, and the obligation to receive 1 new student candidate from sub district delegates in Banyumas district. The conclusion of this study is the identification and form of learning in vocational schools in the arts field guarantee the preservation of traditional art of calung Banyumasan in Banyumas district. Moreover, there is an obligation for sub-districts in Banyumas district to send one prospective student to study the art at the school.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=90


182.

GENDER-MAINSTREAMING IN TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING: CASE STUDY AT “SMK” SRAGEN INDONESIA
1. Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni; 2. Yusuf Kurniawan

1. Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
2. Faculty of Cultural Sciences
Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia


Abstract

Gender differences should be considered in the provision of education in vocational schools, namely Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan (SMK) because differences in career are partly an effect of gender bias. Gender-mainstreaming is a strategy to integrate gender differences at all stages of the development and implementation of education policies, plans, programs and projects for achieving gender equality and equity. This research evaluates the implementation of gender mainstreaming in technical vocational education and training consisting of seven key components of gender-mainstreaming, namely (i) political will and leadership; (ii) policy framework; (iii) structure and mechanism; (iv) resources; (v) gender statistics; (vi) gender tools; and (vii) civil society.
Four SMK in Sragen Regency Indonesia have been purposively selected. The primary data were obtained through in-depth interviews with principals, students, and parents and the secondary data were gained through documentation studies, such as schools’ strategic plans and regulations. The data were then analyzed using Kabeer’s model of gender analysis. The data validity uses data source triangulation.
The findings show that not all key components of gender-mainstreaming have been implemented in SMK. Most of SMK have implemented three of seven key components of gender- mainstreaming, namely political will and leadership, policy framework and gender statistics. Meanwhile four of key components of gender-mainstreaming, namely structure and mechanism, resources, gender tools and civil society have not been implemented.
In conclusion gender-mainstreaming has not been implemented effectively in vocational high school. Accordingly, Sragen Regency government, especially the education office should continue to encourage and publish guidelines on the implementation of gender-mainstreaming in vocational high schools.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=95


183.

FAMILY’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC INFLUENCE ON STUDENT’S INTEREST TO GO TO VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL IN SANGIHE ISLANDS REGENCY
Nur Fadli Utomo, Djafar Wonggo

Pendidikan Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This study is aimed to reveal the interest of the students of junior high schools in Sangihe Islands Regency to go to vocational high schools and the affecting factors. This study used the quantitative method with the ex-post facto approach. The population consisted of 332 students, and the sample of 178 students was established using the proportional random sampling technique applying Isaac table’s 5% error standard. The result show that family’s socio-economic condition contributes 26% to interest to go to vocational high schools thus proving that family’s socio-economic condition is very influential and contribute to junior high school students’ interest to go to vocational high schools.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=100


184.

DEVELOPING PERSONAL COMPUTER ASSEMBLING EDUCATIONAL APPLICATION BASED ON AUGMENTED REALITY
Tobo Reki Ahi Christiawan (a*), Mario Tulenan Parinsi (b*), Arje Cerullo Djamen (c*)

a) Faculty Of Engineering, Manado State University
Tondano, North Sulawesi 95618

b) Faculty Of Engineering, Manado State University
Tondano, North Sulawesi 95618

c) Faculty Of Engineering, Manado State University
Tondano, North Sulawesi 95618


Abstract

Information technology advancing swiftly every year, the major impact of the Information Technology influences the education domain. The education based on Information technology made the learning process are easier and attractive. Information Technology capable of simulating the teaching aspect of reality experience based on computer simulation, one of the models of education technology is learning platform using Augmented Reality (AR).

The purpose of this research is to develop Personal Computer Assemble Application based on attractive augmented reality. This research also seeks to measured how motivated the student when utilizing the application. This research using Multimedia Development Life Cycle (MDLC), this method has six stages, the stages are: concept, design, data collection, assembly, testing, and the last stage is distribution.

The output of the research is an Augmented Reality based Application that educates student to assemble a personal computer, the application will be focusing on how the student accepted the learning process from the application and become motivated.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=103


185.

TEACHER’S PERCEPTION ABOUT THE USE OF E-LEARNING/EDMODO IN EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
Halida Yanti (a*), Dr. Eng. Agus Setiawan., MSi (b)

a) Departement technology and vocational education of postgraduate school Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia.
*halidayanti[at]student.upi.edu
b) Faculty of technology and vocational education


Abstract

This study examined the perception of the teachers of SMK in Bandung about the use of e-learning/Edmodo in their educational activities. The teachers consist of diverse subject. Their perceptions were investigated in terms of three aspects: effects of the use of this technology on their perceived motivation, the perceived usefulness and the perceived ease of use of this technology. Edmodo was set up a Learning Management System (LMS) in an online discussion group each subject.

The study was conducted in action research form. The data were collected from teachers of SMK by using a questionnaire and interview. The result was analyzed by using descriptive statistics, frequency distributions and descriptive analysis methods.

The findings of the study indicated that the teachers perceived that e-learning/Edmodo is a useful and also easy to use technology. It was found out that the teachers are satisfied with advantages of the use of this new technology in their LMS.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=114


186.

THE ROLE OF EDUCATION FOUNDATION FOR THE SUCCESS OF CATHOLIC SHOOLS IN JAKARTA
Ferry Doringin

Bina Nusantara University


Abstract

This paper discusses the role of Education Foundation for the success of Catholic schools in Jakarta. Using past memories of the schools success and the current facts about school quality degradation as a background, the paper asks about the importance of the Foundations role and its performance for school achievement. Using a qualitative approach, the study used interview methods in collecting data. There were three groups of respondents who were interviewed, including Foundation Management, School Leaders, and other education actors. The researcher used their answers to analyse the effectiveness of Foundation Management in running and leading the development of Catholic schools. The paper concludes that Foundation Management is essential in guiding and leading schools to achieve its vision, mission and objectives. The problem arises when the people in the Foundation are chosen not because of their ability and dedication, but because of other not significance reasons, including lack of understanding for education matters and no time for doing their duties.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=118


187.

Development of Vocational Education Model for Gender Requirement Prisoners in Jail: A Case Study in Demak Indonesia District
Safira Hasna Hayzaki (a*), Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni (b)

Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Univesitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Jalan Ir. Sutami 36 A, Surakarta, 57126, Indonesia
*safirahyzki13[at]student.uns.ac.id


Abstract

Men and women have different needs, based on their gender or the socio-cultural construction. The government has issued a policy about accelerating the equivalence of gender since 2012 through responsive planning and budgeting. With the policy, every institution (including the institutions under the ministry of law and human rights) must integrate its gender perspective on planning and budgeting, then it can fulfill the different needs between men and women. One of the programs developed in jails for prisoners is vocational education and technology for preparing the prisoners’ life after being released from the jail cells. This article was made for evaluating the vocational education and training given to the prisoners. Gender perspective is employed as the analyzing tool. The result was then used as the basis of formulating vocational education model integrating gender perspective. The research was conducted at the Prison of Demak Regency, Indonesia. The method used in the research is qualitative descriptive with data collection techniques using questionnaires and then sharpened by in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. The data analysis uses statistic description of Harvard’s checklist category model at women’s stage dimension in project identification, project design, project implementation, and project evaluation and combined with Moser category model at practical needs, strategic and gender specific. The result shows that vocational education and training given have not considered the differences between men and women in terms of the identification, design, implementation, or project evaluation stage. As a result, the prisoners were still not able to understand their different needs which can cause gender injustice when they come into job market. It is suggested that gender perspective must be included as a teaching material in the vocational education and training.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=123


188.

Vocational Education Policy Map For Person With Disability in Indonesia
Rina Herlina Haryanti

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

Vocational education is positioned within the framework of Vocational Education for All. Therefore, the alignment between the world of education and the world of work is an issue that is always actual within the framework of vocational education. Including being an actual issue for people with disabilities. This article aims to map how the state frames disability and vocational education issues within the framework of public policy.
The research was conducted using qualitative research method in which the data obtained from the study of documentation. Analysis of the data using content analysis. The results of the study show that the State Policy has not fully framed the issue of vocational education for the disabled into special policies. The vocational education policy for the disabled is still integrated in the major policies in certain institutions. Such as the Ministry of Education and Culture and Ministry of Social Affairs. No policy innovations have yet significantly provided a special place for the disabled.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=130


189.

THE RELEVANCE OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM MAJORING IN HEAVY EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING TOWARD THE NEED OF WORK FIELD
Eka Putra Asfiyanur

Post Graduate Student of Indonesian University of Education
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No. 227, Bandung, 40153, Indonesia


Abstract

This research aims to find out the competencies developed by Vocational High School (SMK) of Heavy Equipment engineering Skills and its relevance to the needs of workers in the field of heavy equipment mechanics. This is to respond to industry responses that the competencies of SMK graduates have not met the needs of the industry. This research uses the research design with the method of mixed descriptive quantitative and qualitative (mixed methods design). Quantitative data analysis uses percentage, while qualitative data analysis use triangulation of data source. This study involves respondents from the business world / industrial world in the field of heavy equipment mechanics

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=135


190.

THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENCE GENDER TEACHER IN LEARNING PROCESS AT VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Yayu Rahayu

Post Graduate Student of Indonesian education university
Jl. Dr. Setiabudi No. 227, Bandung, 40153, Indonesia


Abstract

Asean Economic Community (MEA) is one of the challenges that must be faced by the Indonesia nation in this era of globalization, and the government of Indonesia is obliged to make a mature preparation from the preparation of infrastructure to the creation of skilled and professional human resources to be ready to compete in the implementation MEA.
Through quality vocational education is one way to create skilled and professional human resources. In the implementation of teaching and learning process there are many components that are very important one of them is educators (teacher), where through qualified teacher subject matter is expected to be absorbed well by students. Teacher generally consist of male and female teachers where in this era of globalization teacher in vocational schools are not only dominated by male teachers, there are many women who take part in becoming educators in vocational schools unlimited by Selected majors.
But the polemic is the issue of gender inequality that has been the subject of talks in various countries since 1979. Gender bias in education is the educational reality that favor a particular gender, causing gender inequalities in which various forms of gender inequalities occur in various areas of community life, Presented also in education. Just as female teachers in technology and engineering as minorities are deemed incompetent in the understanding of vocational materials and are deemed less able in practicum implementation in schools than male teachers. But at this point it can be observed that the many number of female teachers who entered the world of vocational teaching in vocational high schools in Indonesia. Therefore, this research is conducted to find out how far gender difference of teaching force influence on learning process in vocational high school with technological and engineering concentration. This research is planned to be implemented in Vocational High School in Bandung area with concentration of Technology and Engineering Department covering the use of qualitative and quantitative research by collecting research data using interview technique and questionnaire distributed to respondents (students and teachers of technology and engineering).

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=136


191.

Evaluation of CIPP on The Implementation of Industrial Work Practice on Engineering Students of Mechanical Engineering in Indonesia
Muhamad Kamaludin (a*). Wahid Munawar (b)

a) Graduate School, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Bandung, Indonesia
*mkamaludin[at]live.com
b) Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Bandung, Indonesia


Abstract

The learning system not only learns on campus but also practice in the world of work. Industrial Work Practice aims to enable students to develop their skills in accordance with the real world of work. To know the success of the implementation of industrial work practices program then held evaluation. Evaluation of the program in this study using CIPP evaluation approach (Context, Input, Proces, Products). The purpose of this study is to find out the evaluation results of the implementation of industrial work practices program in Bandung and know the relationship between evaluation components using the help of MS computer program. Excel and SPSS 21.0 for windows. The formula used is correlation and regression. The sample of this research is a student majoring in mechanical engineering education in Bandung city which already carry out industrial work practice. Data collection techniques in the form of questionnaires and documentation.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=137


192.

Community Governance and Vocational Education
Rizky Martasari, Rina Herlina Haryanti, Priyanto Susiloadi

Departement Of Public Administration, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta


Abstract

Vocational education is required to create a design education and training that is friendly and feasible for the disable. The state has a responsibility for it. But with all the limitations of the State can not always be present. This article aims to analyze the capacity of community governance in passing vocational education for people with disabilities in Ponorogo district by adopting Kayhan theory (2015). Articles are the results of research for approximately two years by using data collection techniques through interviews, documentation and observation. Data validity using Source Triangulation with analysis technique using interactive model. The results show that there are two large capacity owned by Organisasi Sosial Rumah Kasih Sayang as community governance in conducting vocational education for the disabled namely community credibility and community vigilance.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=138


193.

The existence of a Collective Management Institution as Part of the Indonesia’s Government Policy on the Protection of Copyright
Jelly Leviza, Budiman Ginting, Puspa Melati, T. Keizerina Devi, Syaravina Lubis

Faculty of Law, Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

Indonesia’s government policy to provide protection of copyright law is contained in Law number 28 of 2014 on Copyright, replacing the Law number 19 of 2002 wherein the existence of the Collective Management Institution (LMK) has been regulated. LMK is a non-profit institution that is responsible for collecting and distributing royalties for the benefit of the Author, Copyright Holder, and / or owner of the Related Rights that has authorized him / her. This paper is aimed at knowing the governments policy on the protection of copyright with the formation of LMK, and then analyzed the authority and responsibility of LMK in collecting royalties from the users of copyright and related rights, and policies that should be pursued by the Government of Indonesia to further optimize the role and function of LMK . The purpose of this study is to explain the policies that have been implemented by the Government of Indonesia after the existence of LMK, then to explain the authority and responsibility of LMK itself and finally to formulate the ideal policy to optimize the role of LMK for the protection of copyright in Indonesia.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=145


194.

The Effectiveness of Intercultural Communication Traning in Vocational Education Training
Sri Hastjarjo (a*), Arief Nuryana (b)

a) Department of Communication Science, Sebelas Maret University
Jl. Ir. Sutami 36A, Surakarta 57126, Indonesia
* sri.hastjarjo[at]staff.uns.ac.id
b) International Cruiseship and Hotel School
Jl. Ahmad Yani 393, Surakarta, Indonesia


Abstract

The globalization and free trade between countries and nations has created demands for the knowledge and skills in the area of intercultural interaction and transaction. Intercultural Communication Competences (ICC) is one of the capabilities that need to be possessed by workers and professionals who want to have a bigger role in the business and industries in international level. Vocational education institutions are demanded to provide their students with a certain degree of competences in multicultural interaction and communication.

This paper aims to address the effectiveness of trainings in a vocational education institution in equipping its students with the intercultural communication skills. Using a sample of students from the International Cruiseship and Hotel School Surakarta, Central Java, this study will analyses the differences of Intercultural Communication Competence (ICC) between groups of students who have undergone various forms of training in intercultural communication, in order to determine the effectiveness of the training in equipping the students with the necessary intercultural communication skills.

The study incorporates a quantitative approach, using survey method. The data will be analyzed using descriptive statistics and analysis of variations between groups. The result will be discussed by describing the level of ICC among students, the level of five ICC dimensions, and the difference of ICC levels among students with different training experience in intercultural communication.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=144


195.

CULTURAL ARTS CURRICULUM AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN NON-ART VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
WADIYO

FACULTY OF LANGUAGES AND ARTS, UNIVERSITAS NEGERI SEMARANG


Abstract

The newest version of 2013 curriculum which was published in 2016 has been considered to be able to answer the challenge of future education in 21st century by emphasizing the balance of knowledge, attitude, and skills. This study is aiming at finding out the implementation of cultural arts curriculum in the actual teaching and learning art at non-art vocational school. The scope of this study, therefore, will be limited to the teaching of music as an obligatory subject in non-art vocational school. The method applied in the study was qualitative. The data was analyzed by using content and interactive analysis. Results showed that the implementation of cultural arts at non-art vocational school was directed more to the knowledge and skills while at the same time neglecting the aspect of attitude which should be represented by the activity of appreciation. The activity of appreciation itself is related to the cultural development of individuals’ character which is shown through the character of honest, responsible, emphatic, and respect. However, these characters have not been understood well by the teachers. The study found that the teachers have not been able to understand the value of character education through appreciative attitude. It was seen from the teachers’ lesson plans and classroom activities which tended to give better mark for students with good level of music’s knowledge and skills; and neglected ability of students to have good attitude in cultural arts. In the end of the study, researcher believes that the misconception of teachers were arisen from the unclear explanation and course description given in syllabus.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=142


196.

ASEAN University Network in Indonesia: How Governments Policy Tackling the Adversity
1. Jelly Leviza, 2. Syaravina Lubis, 3. T. Keizerina Devi

Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Sumatera Utara


Abstract

The quality of higher education is a very crucial thing to be noticed by the Government of Indonesia considering it is highly relevant to the quality of Human Resources or the quality of the national workforce. The participation of Indonesia in the ASEAN University Network (AUN), is a manifestation of the Governments policy to guarantee the quality of national higher education because AUN is a benchmark of university quality standards in ASEAN. Based on the results of the study, it is known that the assessment criteria of AUN Quality Assurance are based on 15 criteria: 1) expected learning outcome, 2) program specification, 3) program structure and content, 4) teaching and learning strategy, 5) student assessment, 6) academic Staff quality, 7) support staff quality 8) student quality, 9) student advice and support, 10) facilities and infrastructure, 11) quality assurance of teaching and learning process, 12) staff development activities, 13) stakeholders feedback, 14) , And 15) stakeholders satisfaction. The Government’s policy of AUN is manifested in the form of socialisation and encouragement at various universities in Indonesia to adjust with the demands of the AUN standard. Based on what have been stated above, there are two following points will be analysed: first, the assessment criteria set out in AUN Quality Assurance; Second, the Indonesia’s government policy regarding the presence of AUN. Those two aspects are important to be analysed when discussing the implementation of AUN in Indonesia because there are different levels of the quality of higher education in Indonesia.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=143


197.

A Descriptive Study Of Comparative Educational Education Institutions (Lptk) Graduates On Background Education Of High School And Vocational High School In Subject Productive Technique Machining
Ricky Cahyasari Putra, Inu Hardi Kusumah, Yayat

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Professional competence teachers require teachers to master the basic standard of competence/basic competency areas of study undertaken. The Department of Education of mechanical engineering (JPTM) as a producer of teachers Vocational High School in particular fields of study techniques of Machining is required for print the teacher candidates who have the professional competence, in particular the competence of certain level Machining Techniques. So the JPTM hosted a learning lab course to score candidates competent teachers. It is just there is still phenomenon which States graduates Educational Education Institutions (LPTK) including JPTM incompetent rather than polytechnic alumnus. Which in case, focused on student input of vocational high school and high school background.
The expectation from this research is standard ratio to acceptance vocational and a high school student which is JPTM graduates has a professional competence that appropriate in Vocational High School needs. With hint the quota expected implementation of learning machining techniques practical will run effectively and efficiently which produce the candidates that capable the competency standard or basic competency of study itself.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=156


198.

Comparative Study of Adaptation Graduate of Vocational High School graduates machining technique with High school graduates in industry
Ricky Cahyasari Putra, Dedi Rohendi, Asep Hadian Sasmita

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Vocational High School preparing the graduates to be ready to work, meanwhile High school preparing the graduates entering the university, however the unemployed graduates of Vocational High School is higher than High school graduates which showed by Central Bureau of Statistics data in 2014 unemployment graduates Vocational High School has amount 11.24% while High school graduates is 9.55%. This research investigated the manufacture industry as a user of High school graduates and Vocational High School graduates machining technique that has issue about Vocational High School graduates has a long adaptation to stay at industry rather than High School graduate

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=157


199.

Literacy ICT Vocational Middle School Student
Yusep Zaeni Miraj (a*), Dedi Rohendi (b)

a.) Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

This therefore work through ICTS purpose and utility by vocational Middle School student on processes learning and developing self. Data collecting tech via kuesioner, and interview, and data at analisis utilizes descriptive statistic. This observational sample consisting of student – vocational Middle School student that is at Kabupaten Siak. This research points out that ICTS purpose at environmental huge vocational Middle School student but utility from ICT that cant yet be optimized according to requirement in learning.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=159


200.

Open Innovation Practices on Higher Education Institution A case of Ubaya Polytechnic
Benny Lianto

Industrial Engineering Dept, University of Surabaya


Abstract

Abstract
Open Innovation (OI) strategy has been admitted as a concept and new strategy which is very essential for any organization in the knowledge-based economic system. However, study and discussion of open innovation practices on higher education organization is still limited. it leaves question dealing with how exactly the type of activities and the effect of OI. The research aims to conduct a study about the open innovation practices at Ubaya Polytechnic by reviewing three types and the process of OI, namely inbound OI (outside-in), Outbound OI (inside-out), and Coupled OI based on 5 types of external lingkages: forward, backward, horizontal, public, and informal linkages. Based on the study show that most activities mainly focus on inbound OI activities (62,9%) compared to the other type of OI, Outbound-OI (7,4%) and Couple-OI (29,6%).

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=163


201.

Workload analysis of energy-based SMK teachers in preparing and teaching
Kebri Kein Moudy Pajung

Department of Vocational and Technology Education
Postgraduate School of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Bandung, Indonesia
kkmoudyp[at]gmail.com


Abstract

ABSTRACT. The aim of this research is to knowing how much energy released by vocational school teachers from the mental load and workload that involves physical activity in preparing the teaching and confront implementation of teaching tasks in the classroom theory and in carrying out practicum or practice at school prepare students to face the practice Field or industrial work practices. Vocational teachers as learning agents are required to possess knowledge and skills relevant to their field of expertise to have specific jobs through the field of education, training to apply to learners, based on the burden of their work tasks that require full thinking, feeling and physical activity and involving all Components. Workload is described as the relationship between a number of capabilities or capacity of mental processes or thoughts or resources with or and a number of tasks required. To obtain accurate data in the measurement of this workload is done by appropriate measurement method that is: working Sampling, Time and Motion Studies, and Recording of own activities.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=164


202.

Analysis The amount of energy expenditure vocational School teachers in preparing and doing teaching
Kebri Kein Moudy Pajung

Department of Vocational and Technology Education
Postgraduate School of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Bandung, Indonesia
kkmoudyp[at]gmail.com


Abstract

The aim of this research is to knowing how much energy released by vocational school teachers from the mental load and workload that involves physical activity in preparing the teaching and confront implementation of teaching tasks in the classroom theory and in carrying out practicum or practice at school prepare students to face the practice Field or industrial work practices. Vocational teachers as learning agents are required to possess knowledge and skills relevant to their field of expertise to have specific jobs through the field of education, training to apply to learners, based on the burden of their work tasks that require full thinking, feeling and physical activity and involving all Components. Workload is described as the relationship between a number of capabilities or capacity of mental processes or thoughts or resources with or and a number of tasks required. To obtain accurate data in the measurement of this workload is done by appropriate measurement method that is: working Sampling, Time and Motion Studies, and Recording of own activities.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=165


203.

The Personality Competence of Electrical Vocational Teachers in Manado to Face the Asean Economic Community
F. J. Tasiam (a*), Djoko Kustono (b), Purnomo (b), Hakkun Elmunsyah (b)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado
b) Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This paper presents the personality competence of electrical vocational teachers in Manado to face the Asean Economic Community. Method used qualitative and quantitative approach. Inductive analysis used in qualitative and statistical analysis in quantitative analysis. The results have shown that the personality competence of electric vocational teachers in Manado is good (19.56%), sufficient (58.70%), and bad (21.74%). The personality competence still needs to be improved through education and training.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=176


204.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION THROUGH TEACHING FACTORY
Herry Sumual, Grace Jenny Soputan

Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Negeri Manado
Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

The spirit of entrepreneur must be formed in an integrated process in learning so that awakening the soul of commitment, responsibility and work ethic on the candidate of vocational high school graduates. Learning teaching factory teaches students how to find problems, build prototypes, learn to make business plan, and learn to present their own solutions.
The research objective is to assess the effectiveness of Teaching Factory implementation in improving the competence and skills of students in the field of entrepreneurship. Hadlock et al. in Siswandi and Sukoco (2015), explains that the purpose of teaching factory is to make students realize that teaching should be more than what is found in the book. Students not only practice soft skills in learning, learn to work in teams, practice interpersonal communication skills, but gain hands-on experience and practice work to enter the workforce later. The method used in this research is case study. Key informants were determined purposively in charge of teaching factory, students, and teachers who teach in productive subject. The results achieved in this study are: 1) catering and hospitality units are the most active groups in producing products for teaching factory, 2) the role of entrepreneurial groups in each unit of production in order to increase productivity 3) students earn revenues of teaching factory and production unit get percentage of product or service sales, 3) the role of each production unit determine the level of teaching factory effectiveness.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=179


205.

Analysis of Students Productive Skills in the Building Engineering Program of Vocational High School (SMK) for the Job of Construction Services
Rolly R. Oroh (a*), Haris A. Syafrudie (b), R.M. Sugandi (b), Isnandar (b)

a) Universitas Negeri Manado
* rolly.oroh[at]gmail.com
b) Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This study aims to know the factors of conformity of productive skills of vocational high school students in doing the work of concrete structures towards the needs of construction services. Sample of the respondents is vocational high school student from several districts in North Sulawesi. Data obtained through student performance test instruments. Data analysis using factor analysis technique. The result of the research reveals the students productive skills in doing the work of concrete structures according to the need of construction services is working of concrete casting consists of the stage of concrete casting in accordance with work methods and make scaffolding from good materials. Some of the respondents students in doing some concrete structure work have done well, but not yet according to working drawings, working methods and technical specifications of the work. The learning is done in accordance with the competency-oriented school curriculum but the teaching materials given have not been maximized in accordance with the needs of productive skills required construction services industry. The results have an impact on the low absorption of graduates in the implementation of the construction services industry.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=184


206.

Softskill Needs In Review from an industry angle
Sri Prihatiningsih

Technical and Vocational Education Studies Program
Graduate School of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung 40154, Jawa Barat, INDONESIA


Abstract

World of work / industry requires a number of characters that are owned by employees working in work activities, it is intended that the industry can easily achieve business success through achievement indicators through the contributions of employees in work activities. For employees who are graduates of vocational education level, should this character has with him since they completed vocational education, but in fact the character is not fully owned by the students in learning in vocational, only 56.4% of characters / softskill given in vocational learning , so that it becomes soft skill gaps vocational graduates with soft skills required by duniakerja / industry.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=198


207.

FACTORS INFLUENCING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Djami Olii (a*) Mardji (b), Hary Suswanto (b), Tri Kuncoro (b)

(a) Malang State University
djolii411[at]gmail.com
(b) Malang State University


Abstract

The aim of this study was to explore the contribution of industry training, industry climate, and work motivation toward employability skills of Vocational High School Students in North Sulawesi. A survey design was used. Data were collected using quantitative surveys with a sample of 141 students of eight Vocational High School in North Sulawesi. The data analysis using multiple regression. The results this study proposes that the development of these empolabity skills is influenced by students’ industry training, and industry climate, as well as work motivation.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=186


208.

FACTORS INFLUENCING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS DEVELOPMENT OF VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Djami Olii (a*) Mardji (b), Hary Suswanto (b), Tri Kuncoro (b)

(a) Malang State University
djolii411[at]gmail.com
(b) Malang State University


Abstract

The aim of this study was to explore the contribution of industry training, industry climate, and work motivation toward employability skills of Vocational High School Students in North Sulawesi. A survey design was used. Data were collected using quantitative surveys with a sample of 141 students of eight Vocational High School in North Sulawesi. The data analysis using multiple regression. The results this study proposes that the development of these empolabity skills is influenced by students’ industry training, and industry climate, as well as work motivation.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=187


209.

Designing a Home Care Based Elderly Assistance Program
Liska Umusyaadah, Ade Juwaedah, Yoyoh Jubaedah

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

PKH (the expectation family program) is a program of Indonesia’s Government through the ministry of social directorate to accelerate the poverty reduction and the achievement of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) target as well as the policies development in social protection and social welfare domain. The Ministry of Social Services indirectly providing home care services with has the responsibility to manage the elderly family assistance activities as a main companion in performing care of home-based elderly. This research is motivated that existing participants of PKH that already exist in Sumedang Region, especially in the South Sumedang District on the social welfare components is only limited to the health checking, while for assisting the elderly based Home Care program there has been no structured and systematic, where as the elderly still need assistance, especially from the family and community environment. The purpose of this study to generate elderly assistance program based home care in participants of PKH. This study uses a method of Research and Development with Model Addie which include analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation. Participants in this study using purposive sampling, where selected families of PKH who provide active assistance to the elderly. Identification of needs through open interviews to the 82 families of elderly and 6 companion in PKH. The program is designed consists of program components: objectives, goals, forms of assistance, organizing institutions and implementing the program, besides, program modules include assisting the elderly. Form of assistance the elderly cover physical, social, mental and spiritual. Expert judgment program conducted by academics and practitioners elderly service agencies. Repairs done by the revised program and developed according to feedback from the validator. Trials program that has been revised and expanded to do a non potential elderly was 82 years old. These trials were conducted by the companion of the family environment and the companions PKH in the south sumedang district. Recommended for families and companions PKH, the program can be implemented to meet the various needs of the elderly. For the elderly should introspect, especially in the health and follow the advice recommended by related parties. For further research the elderly assistance program based Home Care can be developed or modified according to the needs of research.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=194


210.

Relevance Analysis of Vocational Skills Program With Economic Potential in Ciamis Regency
Liah Siti Syarifah

Master Program of Educational Administration,
Indonesia University of Education


Abstract

The purpose of this research is to analyze the relevance of vocational skills program with economic potential in Ciamis Regency. The research using descriptive qualitative method with delphi analysis and location quotien analysis. Delphi analysis used to find factors causing incompatibility of vocational skill program with economic potential and formulate direction in developing vocational skill program based on economic potential of Ciamis Regency. While the Location Quotien analysis used to analyze the economic potential of Ciamis Regency. The type of data processed is secondary data obtained from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), Regional Development Planning Board (BAPPEDA) and Regency Education Office Ciamis. The results explain that Computer and Network Engineering is the most skill program in Kabupaten Ciamis, which is 24 units. While the most relevant expertise program with the potential area in Ciamis Regency which is agricultural potential there are 8 units: Agribusiness plant breeding and tissue culture is 1 unit, agribusiness food crops and horticulture is 6 units and farming processing techniques is 1 unit.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=204


211.

INDONESIAN LABOUR MARKET INFORMATION SYSTEM (LMIS) DEVELOPMENT FOR VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS AND INDUSTRIES
Mario Tulenan Parinsi (a*), Dr. Ir. V.R Palilingan (b)

(a) Engineering Faculty, Manado State University
jln. Kampus Unima, Tondano
*marioparinsi[at]yahoo.com
(b) Engineering Faculty, Manado State University
jln. Kampus Unima, Tondano


Abstract

In Indonesia, Vocational School (SMK) is a type of secondary education that specifically prepares graduates to become skilled workers which are ready to plunge into the wider industries. Different from the General High School graduates, Vocational School graduates have skills that can be applied in industries with specific requirement. Vocational School graduates needed the industries as a place to work and to earn income for living, and on the other hand the industries also needed workers from Vocational School background to produce goods and services in order to gain revenue. Labour Market Information System (LMIS) have a major role in providing information about the supply and the demand that may allow connecting graduates and industries. Indonesian LMIS does not have Information System that which specifically connecting Vocational School and industries. Indeed the several flaws can be identified on current LMIS such as limited list of industries in database, updates on the vacant job vacant information (static) and in maintenance. LMIS should be a system that does link labour to industries with multiple functions. Among that is to help the flow of the information, the easy access, and a user-friendly maintenance. The aim of this article is to make develop the concept of an ideal LMIS which allows linking the Vocational School graduates (with specific skills) to the industries in Indonesia.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=215


212.

Ongoing industrial scenario anticipates continual reskilling and upskilling of technicians - An example of Indian state
Mahesh Vishwakarma, Sadhana Vishwakarma

Vishwakarma Industrial Training Institute
Jabalpur, India


Abstract

Reskilling and upskilling of technicians working in industries is the talk of today. In the ongoing scenario of rapidly changing technologies which require specialized skills is posing a big challenge before both employers and employees to keep pace with the industrial demand. Technicians generally undergo specialized training in a trade at any technical institution before entering the world of work. The on-job training remains the only source of upgrading their skills unless they get an opportunity to undergo a dedicated training in advanced technologies. The technology has been changing rapidly in the past years with the existing technologies becoming outdated within few years. Both employers and employees now need to breeze through this challenging scenario to remain in the race. Changing department, quitting, layoffs, etc. are no longer a viable option for either parties since skilled manpower is anyways needed to run the industry. The local labour laws coupled with the pressure from employees’ union is another bottleneck for employers choosing such options. Reskilling involves training people to do a different job especially when the technology has become obsolete. Reskilling is needed not only when the long-term employees are laid off or made redundant but also if they remain on company’s payroll. Reskilling involves developing skills in allied professions. Upskilling, on the other hand, enhances the abilities of employees who continue to stay in the same profession. Author of the paper is associated with vocational training for past 35 years. He analyses the opinions of technicians working in different industries in a state in central India. Based on the opinions collected, suitable suggestions are made for both employers and employees to meet the challenges of reskilling and upskilling of technicians in different industries. Though the study focuses on an Indian state but its findings can be used to benefit many industries operating in the Asian region.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=217


213.

The Opinions about Relationship between Student and Instructor in the Class of Hands - on.
Metee Pigultong, Assistant Professor Dr.

Department of Educational Technology and Communications,
Faculty of Technical Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi, Thailand


Abstract

This research has the purpose to study about Relationship between Student and Instructor in the Class of Hands - on at Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi. The research consists of collecting information from 2 groups: 11 club presidents of each faculty who are leadership figures for students to collect information on the opinion about relationship between Student and Instructor during class activity and 400 students who have valid student status in 2016 at Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi. This research uses content analysis technique, Average and Standard Deviation to interpret the information. The results of the research show that students have some Opinion about relationship between Student and Instructor during class activity as follow: 1) Teach using examples (X=3.94,S.D.= 0.789) 2)The teachers must let students practice on their own without being disturbed (X=3.87,S.D.= 0.782) 3) Ask the teachers to teach students with proven knowledge that is reasonable and practical (X=3.86,S.D.= 0.831) 4) Ask the teachers to listen to the opinions of students in the class seriously (X=3.84,S.D.= 0.821) 5) Improve the facilities in the classroom according to teaching activities (X=3.80,S.D.= 0.768)

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=228


214.

ICT Integration in Teaching and Learning: Case Studies of Vocational High School in Malang
Retno Indah Rokhmawati

Fakultas Ilmu Komputer, Universitas Brawijaya


Abstract

ABSTRACT: This study investigated the best practice model of integrating ICT in teaching and learning, which is seen from several aspects including: facilities and infrastructure, policy and support, and funding that supporting ICT integration. This research presents the main finding based on questionnaire, interview, and observation from teachers and head teachers, from Vocational High School (VHS) purposively sampled, both public and private schools. This research used a quantitative descriptive approach. Sample of this research was 30 teachers and 3 head teachers from VHS in Malang who has integrated ICT in teaching. The result showed that: the level of ICT facilities and infrastructure that supporting ICT integration is categorized as infusing level (3rd level), the level of ICT policy that supporting ICT integration is categorized as infusing level (3rd level), and the level of ICT funding that supporting ICT integration is categorized as applying level (2nd level). Generally, VHS in Malang has priority of funding allocation as follows: (1) procurement of ICT hardware; (2) maintenance of ICT resources; (3) skill development/training; (4) internet connection; (5) procurement of software; and (6) incentives for teachers who integrate ICTs in learning. Based on the findings, recommendations for future research or policy are made.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=232


215.

Entrepreneurship Ability SMK Students In Teaching Factory Learning Implementation
Henson Febri Wendi

University of Education Bandung
Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 207 Bandung 40154
hensonfebriwendi[at]ymail.com


Abstract

Abstract : The purpose of the research is to express the influence of factory teaching and practice skill to students entrepreneurship ability. The research used expost facto approach. Population in this research that is all student of TSM SMK Kartika XI-1 Bandung. The sample of 40 respondents was determined using proportional random sampling technique. Data were collected by questionnaire and test instruments. Data analysis used descriptive statistics and multiple linear regression.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=233


216.

DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER RESOURCES (MULTI CASE STUDY ON THREE DINAS PENDIDIKAN IN NORTH SULAWESI PROVINCE)
Viktory Nicodemus Joufre Rotty

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This study refers to the understanding and phenomenon of education, Dinas Pendidikan, and the development of teacher resources. The research intends to gain an in-depth understanding of the concept or pattern of teacher resource development at Dinas Pendidikan of Bitung City, Dinas Pendidikan of Tomohon City, Dinas Pendidikan of Manado City in North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The focus of this research emphasizes the development of teacher resources, teacher resource development planning, implementation of teacher resource development, and monitoring and evaluation of teacher resource development. This research uses qualitative approach with multi case study design. The main data collection techniques are in-depth interview and then completed with document study techniques/literature and obeservation. Data analysis is done while data collection and after data collected intact. Technical data analysis is data collection, data simplification, and data deduction. Check the validity of research findings through credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results of this study are expected to provide benefits both theoretically and practically. The conclusions of this research are (1) development of teacher resources implemented by Dinas Pendidikan with method of training and educational method, academic and non academic, useful for teacher, Dinas Pendidikan, and society. Important factors in teacher resource development are related to regulation, availability of funds, and sources of funds. (2) planning of teacher resource development is done by capturing and analyzing data, identifying some alternative problem solving, and formulating in priority activities with time and budget considerations. Teacher resource development planning does not involve teachers directly. (3) implementation of teacher resource development begins with socialization activities to unite understanding through coordination meeting, official letter, announcement (internet/announcement board), and other communication tools. Then facilitation to guide and direct, confirmation and validation of data, and implementation. (4) monitoring and evaluation of teacher resources development through administrative monitoring and evaluation (document inspection, completion of questionnaires, guidance and direction, improvement and adjustment, and reporting) and monitoring and evaluation factually (observation, interviews, improvements and adjustments, and reporting). Based on the results of this study, there are several suggestions to all parties: (1) Local Government through the Dinas Pendidikan, to be able to pay more attention to the development of teacher resources through the priority of sustainable teacher resource development programs, the provision of appropriate and accountable budgets under the terms Prevailing laws, making the Regional Regulations to protect and strengthen teachers, and involve teachers directly in the planning process, (2) teachers, in order to improve and adjust mentality and mindset to a new paradigm of education. Teachers to continue to seek new innovations, independently design and implement teacher resource development, (3) other researchers, open opportunities for developing, improving, and further reviewing the development of teacher resources.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=234


217.

DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER RESOURCES (MULTI CASE STUDY ON THREE DINAS PENDIDIKAN IN NORTH SULAWESI PROVINCE)
Viktory Nicodemus Joufre Rotty

Universitas Negeri Manado


Abstract

This study refers to the understanding and phenomenon of education, Dinas Pendidikan, and the development of teacher resources. The research intends to gain an in-depth understanding of the concept or pattern of teacher resource development at Dinas Pendidikan of Bitung City, Dinas Pendidikan of Tomohon City, Dinas Pendidikan of Manado City in North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The focus of this research emphasizes the development of teacher resources, teacher resource development planning, implementation of teacher resource development, and monitoring and evaluation of teacher resource development. This research uses qualitative approach with multi case study design. The main data collection techniques are in-depth interview and then completed with document study techniques/literature and obeservation. Data analysis is done while data collection and after data collected intact. Technical data analysis is data collection, data simplification, and data deduction. Check the validity of research findings through credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability. The results of this study are expected to provide benefits both theoretically and practically. The conclusions of this research are (1) development of teacher resources implemented by Dinas Pendidikan with method of training and educational method, academic and non academic, useful for teacher, Dinas Pendidikan, and society. Important factors in teacher resource development are related to regulation, availability of funds, and sources of funds. (2) planning of teacher resource development is done by capturing and analyzing data, identifying some alternative problem solving, and formulating in priority activities with time and budget considerations. Teacher resource development planning does not involve teachers directly. (3) implementation of teacher resource development begins with socialization activities to unite understanding through coordination meeting, official letter, announcement (internet/announcement board), and other communication tools. Then facilitation to guide and direct, confirmation and validation of data, and implementation. (4) monitoring and evaluation of teacher resources development through administrative monitoring and evaluation (document inspection, completion of questionnaires, guidance and direction, improvement and adjustment, and reporting) and monitoring and evaluation factually (observation, interviews, improvements and adjustments, and reporting). Based on the results of this study, there are several suggestions to all parties: (1) Local Government through the Dinas Pendidikan, to be able to pay more attention to the development of teacher resources through the priority of sustainable teacher resource development programs, the provision of appropriate and accountable budgets under the terms Prevailing laws, making the Regional Regulations to protect and strengthen teachers, and involve teachers directly in the planning process, (2) teachers, in order to improve and adjust mentality and mindset to a new paradigm of education. Teachers to continue to seek new innovations, independently design and implement teacher resource development, (3) other researchers, open opportunities for developing, improving, and further reviewing the development of teacher resources.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=235


218.

How Do the Vocational Higher School Students Cope with the Difficulties in Composing Abstracts for Their Final Projects?
1) Choirun Niswatin, M.A., 2) Prof. M.Adnan Latief, 3)Dr. Suharyadi, M.Pd.

1) Politeknik Kota Malang
2) Universitas Negeri Malang
3) Universitas Negeri Malang


Abstract

This research aims to uncover the fact about engineering students in dealing with composing abstracts for their final projects. The research applies a descriptive qualitive quantitative design. The data were collected through questioners involving 104 engineering students, including the alumni at Politeknik Kota Malang. Furthermore, interviews were carried out to explain the details where necessary. It is found that the common problems faced by engineering students include 1) building words into sentences, 2) identifying the most appropriate technical terms, and 3) grammar. To cope with those difficulties, thus, they require a recommended translation application, supported by acquaintances’ proofreading. On top of that they need to discuss them with supervisors more than three times, instead of written feedback only.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=241


219.

CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF THE CLASS FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABILITY WITH THE STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN CLASS OF BUILDING DRAWING TECHNIQUE; A CASE STUDY IN SMKN 1 SUMEDANG
Nessya Apriani Emil, Usep Surahman, Adi Ardiansyah

Department of Architectural Education, Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Study results was a benchmark in the learning. Indicators achievement learning is expressed study results in the form of value raport. Value raport is an indicator learning achievement who shows the extent to which mastery of student in understand a field of knowledge. Many factors that can influence on the learning and finally have an impact on study results students, one of them is facilities and insfrastructure. This study attempts to know correlation and impact of facilities and infrastructure to the achievement of student learning on the subject of drawing with software on class of Building Drawing Technique SMKN 1 Sumedang.
Descriptive quantitative analysis was employed. Technique data collection used were the observation form, questionnaire survey, and documentation. An instrumen used were the form checklist about conformity of existing infrastructure with the standard of been possessed by the government, students’ response about existing infrastructure, and the students’ preference on the Subject of Drawing with Software.
Based on the analysis, we found that (1) the learning student on the subject of drawing with software was in the 83 good students (96%), (2) 40 students (46%) commented very good on existing infrastucture in the computer laboratories at SMKN 1 Sumedang, so that it can be concluded that existing infrastructurre categorized in very good grade, (3) there are significant correlation between facilities and infrastucture of the results of student learning, this is proven by value R2 (r-square) = 0,629 in p-sig = 0,000, the size of the contributions effective given facilities and infrastructure to the results of student learning on the subject of drawing with software is 62,99%.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=248


220.

Dispositions Aspect on The Educational Field Experiences Practices of Student Teacher Candidate
Nandi (a)*, Sapriya (b), Effy Mulyasari (c)

(a) Department of Geography Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
(b) Department of Civics Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
(c) Department of Elementary School Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
* correspondent author: nandi[at]upi.edu


Abstract

The study aims at evaluating a manual book and assessment document that use to educational field experiences practices by the student teacher candidate at Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI). Recently, the educational field experiences practices (PPL) is still contains weaknesses in the affective domain or personality traits (dispositions). To produce an appropriate assessment scope of PPL UPI, the study focuses on the standard documents on the implementation of teacher education programs and observation and evaluation of the assessment on PPL UPI. Source of data obtained from assessment documents of PPL UPI, some learning support courses, as well as assessment standards on teacher education providers institutions. This research use descriptive method with research subject is PPL UPI student. The research variables are rubric of assessment of student teacher candidate in PPL program with indicator social aspect and personality. The research instrument is documentation study, interview, and observation. The results showed that the disposition aspect document in the rubric of students PPL assessment in UPI, contains teacher preparation standard, the observation format for the student teacher candidate and the integrated internal progress assessment format in the manual book.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=290


221.

Instructional Package of Development of skill in Using Fine Motor of Children for Children with intellectual Disabilities.
Dr.Thosporn Sangsawang

Faculty of Technical Education,
Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi


Abstract

Instructional Package of Development of skill in Using Fine Motor of Children for Children with Intellectual Disabilities.

Abstract
This research has the following purposes: 1) To find the efficiency of the self-learning activity set on the development of skill in using the fine motor of children with intellectual disabilities. 2) to compare the abilities to use the small muscles after the study more than before the study of children with intellectual disabilities, who made the survey with the self-learning activity on the development of small muscles use. 3) To explore the satisfaction of the children with intellectual disabilities using the self-learning activity for the development of small muscles use.
The sample groups in the research are the kids with intellectual disabilities of the special education Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Provincial Nakhon Nayok Center in the school year 2016, for seven children. The tools used in the research consist of the self-learning activity on development of small muscles use for the children with intellectual disabilities of the unique, the observation form of abilities of small muscles before and after using the activity set and the observation form of satisfaction of the children with intellectual disabilities of the special towards the self-learning activity set on development of small muscles for the children with intellectual disabilities of the special. The statistics used for the research include the percentage, mean value, standard deviation and the t-test for the dependent sample.
From the research, it was found that the self-learning activity set on development of small muscles use for children with intellectual disabilities of the special is efficient based on the criteria in average equal to 77.78/76.51, the educational coefficient of the student after the study higher than before the study with average points before the study equal to 55.14 and SD. A value equal to 3.72. The average points after the study equal to 68.86, SD value equal to 2.73, t-test value before and after the study equal to 7.94, which are different significantly on statistics at the level 0.05 and the satisfaction observation form of the student towards the self-learning activity on small muscles use for the down syndrome children with average value equal to 4.58 in the considerable level.

Keyword: instructional package, children with intellectual disabilities of the special, development activity for small muscles use

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=260


222.

STRENGTHENING THE TEACHER’S ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR (OCB) IN THE VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TROUGH THE PRODUCTION BASED EDUCATION (PBE) MODEL: CASE STUDY IN SURAKARTA CITY
Herman Saputro, Suharno, Indah Widiastuti, Budi Harjanto

Universitas Sebelas Maret


Abstract

Some of the vocational high schools in Surakarta have applied the Production Based Education (PBE) in order to improve the skill and competency of the student. Through the PBE model, the student gets the industrial environment experience in the context of education. Therefore, the PBE model has similarity with the teaching factory model. The implementation of PBE model is needed the professional teachers who have the skill qualifications in the production and learning. In this study, we would like focuses on the teacher’s behavior related to the implementation of PBE model in vocational high schools in Surakarta. This study concentrates on the strengthening the teacher’s Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in the vocational high school through the PBE model. The teacher’s OCB behavior became important to study because OCB is a good way to the vocational high school to reach the organizational effectiveness. OCB or “good soldier syndrome” could be manifested by the teachers in school interaction such as loyalty, volunteering and helping others. This study also analyses the OCB level in the vocational high schools in Surakarta that have applied the PBE model. From the results, it is shown that the PBE model had a significant effect on the improvement of OCB of vocational teachers in Surakarta city. The detail explanation of improvement of teacher’s behavior variables and its correlation to the teacher performances in vocational schools will be discussed in this paper.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=264


223.

The Attitude of Constructional Workers toward the Implementation of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)
Lilis Widaningsih, Indah Susanti, Treza Chandra Julian

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

Construction industry refers to one of the industries dealing with high accident rate. Beside its outdoor workplace involving many workers who usually work manually, the workers’ work culture and less awareness of occupational health and safety are attributed to the high accident rate. This study explores some construction workers who are involved in some construction projects in big cities such as Bandung and Jakarta. The questionnaire-given to the construction workers focusing on stone construction, wood construction, and finishing session-reveals that the construction workers’ knowledge and understanding of nine Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) aspects reaches above 50%. However, does not appear to reflect their knowledge and understanding of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS). The results of Focus Group Discussion (FGD) and an in-depth interview show that the fallacious implementation of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is attributed to their traditional “work culture”

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=267


224.

WORK BASED LEARNING AND PRACTICUM MODULE
Susi Susanti

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The aims of this research is the achievement of the implementation of work based learning in the form of practicum, produces practicum module, and obtained the results of the evaluation of students in work based learning in the form practicum. Research approach that used is R&D (Research and development) To develop module practicum and research methodology that used is pre-experimental designs in form one-shot case study to perform implementation and evaluation work based learning in form practicum. The results of this research shown implementation work based learning in form practicum stated very good. That is shown by the percentage of a score given observer of students, teacher and implementation of work based learning sequence 83,4%, 88,9% and 88,9%. Practicum module developed stated worthy to implementated. That is shown by result validation media experts, matter, and language with a score of the percentage sequence 84,6% (very worthy), 93,1% (very worthy), and 79,2% (worthy). The students evaluation results shown through the percentage of the achieved result posttest and competency test sequence 75% and 100% students has achieved minimum achieved criteria. Work based learning in form practicum by using practicum module can increase the competence of students.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=277


225.

THE IMPACT OF INTERNET USE FOR STUDENTS AT SMKN 4 PEKANBARU
Rona Hayu Puspita1 Dedi Rohendi2

Postgraduate of technology and vocational education
Departement of machine engeneering education
Indonesia university of education


Abstract

Abstract:Development of Internet technology increasingly modern and sophisticated not only benefit users but also have an effect that is not good for users, especially among students, from a study of 120 students sampled, Internet usage will become addicted and more likely to ha-case negative and less support in learning activities. This is evident from the results of research using the Internet for social media as much as 82 respondents or 68.33% answered always and 50 respondents or 41.67% answered frequently, use for online gaming activity, response of 120 respondents 65 respondents or 54, 17% answered always utilize the internet for online games, 50 respondents or 41.67% answered frequently use the internet for online games,while utilizing the Internet for watch youtube, 56 respondents or 46.67% answered frequently use the Internet to watch youtube and 62 respondents or 51.67% always use the Internet to watch youtube, answers of 120 respondents 41 respondents or 34.17% answered rarely use the Internet to learn and seek information

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=279


226.

Understanding, Preparing and Implementing Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) to Electrical Engineering Student at Vocational-school Level
Maria Veronika Simanjuntak

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

The level of accidents in industry is very high caused by the lack of knowledge and awareness of workers toward the health and safety(OSHA). OSHA is an effort to create a comfortable and productive atmosphere to accomplish a purpose or goal as maximum as possible. OSHA is very important to avoid risk in the workplace. Vocational Education students must conduct training on business and industry, prior to that they should have a clear understanding on occupational health and safety (OSHA). The purpose of this research is to analyze the understanding, preparation and implementation of work safety and health (OSHA) of the students. Method used is descriptive method and data collected using instrument, observation and interview. The results of the study is the conclusion about the understanding, preparation and application of occupational safety and health (OSHA) of electrical engineering students.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=286


227.

Managing Secondary Education of Vocational to face the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
Bambang Trisno1, Dadang Lukman Hakim2

1Department of Electrical Engineering Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia
2Department of Electrical Engineering Education, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia


Abstract

The existence of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) fosters a number of concepts and models of education service management in vocational high schools in Indonesia. One of them is the quality and readiness of resources in the participation in the AEC. The purpose of this paper is to describe a number of indicators and variables that have an important influence on the success in participating in the AEC. The research method used is to describe a number of discussion results, interviews with a number of educators from vocational high schools and vocational higher education in West Java and the results of literature studies. Data processing is done by grouping variables based on opinion ratings or majority views. The result is a productive workforce in the process of vocational education services, graduate language skills as well as educators, introduction of law and state defense in the labor system of educators and learners, soft skills skills, certification service authorities and government policies in the process and provision of infrastructure and Competitive vocational education facilities within the ASEAN region have a significant impact on the success of participating in the competition.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=288


228.

PROFESSIONALISM AND ACADEMIC STAFF OF VOCATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION CAREER POLICY IN INDONESIA
Bambang Trisno,1 Ahmad Daniar. 2

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia


Abstract

In line with the governments program to improve the quantity and quality of vocational education, a number of policy changes have been established, such as, graduated of vocational teachers by KEMENDIKBUD and career development of vocational higher education lecturers under KEMENRISTEK. As a professional vocational of mid-level expert (D3 and D4) provider, lecturers has dual purposes, Based on these condition, this paper aim to describe and to assess the professionalism level and the career development capacity of vocational lecturers in universities. Through literature study and FGD method, in a number of vocational higher education in Bandung, the results of analysis can be described through the conclusions of the main indicators of human resources vocational education current and future issues. The results are, Interest and Motivation of High Education Vocational Graduates, Professional Development Plan of Vocational Higher Education lecturers, Readiness of Vocational Higher Education Process Facilities, Growth of women in academic career and Local Wisdom-based Industry Partners.

Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=289


229.

Design Process and Production Based Learning As A Basic Strategy for Creating Income Generating Unit (IGU) UPI PTN-BH
Dedy Suryadi and Nandan Supriatna

FPTK UPI


Abstract

The establishment of UPI Statute as State-Owned State University (PTN-BH) has implications on the requirements that UPI must fulfill. One of them is the need for UPI to generate the value of Income Generating Unit (IGU). This requirement is felt hard considering UPI is one of the universities whose focus is on the education and not penetrated into the business and industry. Surely this becomes the thinking of the entire academic community to make a breakthrough by optimizing their potential.
The existence of these demands becomes a challenge as well as an opportunity for the provision of technology and vocational education in UPI, where one of them is Building Engineering Education program especially with learning that emphasizes on the achievement of productive competence of graduates. This study aims to find a pattern of practical learning that produces economically valuable products as an indicator of IGU value achievement as an effort to support UPI as PTN-BH. Learning strategy is done by designing a process approach and production base learning (PPBL) as the basis of learning as well as development of production units capable of becoming IGU in UPI.
The research method used is single experiment, where the research is done only on one unit of practice class (wood work and furniture finishing technique) with control on the process and the resulting product referring to work standard and industrial product. The result of this research is the compilation of the learning approach of PPBL in producing competence and product of economic value as the development strategy of the production unit at the university in the achievement of IGU UPI PTN-BH.


Topic: Vocational Education and Training

PermaLink: http://icieve.conference.upi.edu/2017/kfz/pages/abstract.php?id=298


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