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WORKSHOP ON URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT

Institut

Teknologi

Bandung
-

Danish Water Forum



ITB
AND THE OVERVIEW
OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
ON WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

INDRATMO SOEKARNO et.al.

Centre For Water Resources Development
-

ITB








Bandung, 3th March 2011



INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG

INDONESIA

HISTORY &
FUTURE

of ITB

1920


1942

Technische
Hogeschool (TH)

July 3, 1920, officially declared by the Dutch government

July 1, 1924, the first graduates

July 3, 1926, the first Indonesian graduates (among others, Ir.
Soekarno, the 1
st

President of ROI)

1944


1945

Bandung Kogyo
Daigaku (BKD)

April 1, 1944, TH was re
-
opened & named as BKD by the
Japanese government

1945


1946

Sekolah Tinggi
Teknik (STT)

1945, opened

1946, moved to Yogyakarta & named as STT Bandung in Jogja

1946, became Faculty of Engineering, University of Gajah Mada (UGM)

1946


1950

Universiteit van
Indonesie

June 21, 1946, officially declared by NICA

1946, Faculteit van Technische Wetenschap was established

October 6, 1947, Faculteit van Exacte Wetenschap was established

1950


1959

Universitas
Indonesia

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

1959


1999

INSTITUT
TEKNOLOGI
BANDUNG (ITB)

March 2, 1959, officially declared by Soekarno (the 1
st

President of
ROI)

1959, The first Rector of ITB was inaugurated

1973, Common Preparatory Level was opened

1979, The first Graduate Programs

2000


2010

FUTURE


December 26, 2000, ITB embarked on new status of as
legalentity (AUTONOMOUS)



ITB as Research and Development University:


Academic excellence for education, contribution to
knowledge, industrial relevance, and community services.

INSTITUT

TEKNOLOGI

BADUNG

(ITB) AS

LEGAL ENTITY

(AUTONOMOUS)

FACTS & FIGURES (2010)

of ITB

Location:

Bandung, capital of
province of Western Java

1023

ACADEMIC STAFF

1 : 14

ADM. STAFF : STUDENT RATIO

1,187

NO OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

1:18

FACULTY : STUDENT RATIO

222

Lecturer

394

Assistant Professor

288

Associate Professor

ACADEMIC
RANK

142

Professor

Academic & non academic staff

18.5m
2

BUILDING FLOOR PER STUDENT

4 Ha

SPORT FACILITIES

95Ha

ITB CAMPUS

Facilities

98

Doctor

1946

Master

GRADUATES

3297

Under
-
graduate

201

Doctor

2070

Master

ENROLLMENT


3182


Under
-
graduate

526

Doctor

4642

Master

13503

Under
-
graduate

STUDENT BODY

Students

ITB as Research and Development University:


Academic excellence for education, contribution to
knowledge, industrial relevance, and community
services

Reputation:


Top 15 (Sci. & Tech.
Sch
)(
Aspac
,
Asiaweek

2000)


Top 49 (Asia,
Webometrics
, January 2006)


Top 43 (Asia,
Webometrics
, July 2006)


Top 408 (World, THES, 2005)


Top 258 (World, THES, 2006)


Top 80 (Specific world
Univ
, THES,2009)


RESEACHERS


RESEARCH

GROUPS

(93)

ITB AS

RESEARCH

UNIVERSITY

CENTER

(22)


FACULTIES/

SCHOOL AS

RESOURCE UNITS

RECEARCH

CENTER (5)


ITB

AS

RESEARCH

UNIVERSITY

Faculty of Mathematics and natural Sciences

Astronomy

Physics of Electronical Material

Physics of Magnetics and Photonic

Physics of Complex System

Nuclear Physics and Biophysics

Instrumental Physics and High Energy

Analytical Chemistry

Anorganic and Physical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Biochemistry

Algebra

Analysis and Geometry Industrial

Mathematics and Finance

Combinatorial Mathematics

Statistics

RESEARCH GROUPS

School of Life Sciences and Technology

Physiology, Development Biology and Biomedics

Microbiology, Genetics and Molecular Biology

Plant Sciences and Biotechnology

Ecology and Biosystematics

School of Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmacetics

Pharmaceutical Biology

Pharmacology


Clinical Pharmacy

Sport Sciences

RESEARCH GROUPS

School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

Power Engineering

Telecommunication Engineering

Electronics

Automatic Control and Computer

Computer Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Information Technology

Software and Data Engineering

Informatics

RESEARCH GROUPS

Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Structural Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

Water Resources Engineering

Transportation Engineering

Construction Management

Ocean Engineering

Geodesy

Remote Sensing and GIS

Hydrographical Science and Engineering

Surveying

Water and Fluid Wate Engineering

Technology and Management of Air and Solid Waste

Environmental Technology and Management

RESEARCH GROUPS

Faculty of Geosciences and Technology

Drilling Engineering, Production and Management of Petroleum

Reservoir Engineering

Geology and Paleontology

Applied Geology

Earth Resources Exploration

Metallurgical Engineering

Mining Engineering

Geophysical Engineering

Geophysics

Atmospheric Sciences

Oceanography

RESEARCH GROUPS

Faculty of Industrial Engineering

Design and Development Process of ChemicalEngineering

Design and Development Product of Chemical Engineering

Energy and Processing System of Chemical Engineering

Mechanical Design

Energy Conservation

Material Science and Engineering

Mechanical Production Engineering

Engineering Physics

Instrumentation and Control

System Manufacture

Industrial Management

Industrial System and Techno Economics

Design, Operation and Maintenance of Plane

Flight Physics

Light Structure

RESEARCH GROUPS

School of Architecture, Planning and Public Policy

Architectural Design

Building Technology

History, Theory and Critical Architecture

Housing and Settlement

Regional and Rural Design

City Planning and Design

Regional and City System Engineering

Management and Development Policy

RESEARCH GROUPS

Faculty of Art and Design

Arts

Esthetics and Art Sciences

Traditional

Human and Spatial Interior

Human and Industrial Product

Visual Communication and Multimedia

Design Sciences and Visual Calture

Human Sciences

School of Business and Management

Human and Enterpreneurship Management

Operation and Finance Management

RESEARCH GROUPS

RESEARCH CENTERS

(SUPPORTED BY ITB AS ITB RESEARCH FOCUSES)

RESEARCH CENTER

Natural Resources and Sustainable Environment

Regional Development and Infrastructure

Information and Communication Technology

Biotechnology

Fine Art and Design

CENTERS

(SELF SUPPORT)

Industrial Engineering

Mathematical Modelling and Simulation

Microelektronics

Tourism Policy

Life Sciences

Disaster Mitigation

Environmental Study

Coastal and Ocean Regional Development

Energy Policy

Remote Sensing

Instrumentation and Aoutomation

Public and Government Policy

Data Spatial Infrastructure

Water Resources Development

FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS & NATURAL
SCIENCES (FMNS)


SCHOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
(FLST)

Astronomy, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics



Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnology

FACULTY OF CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGINEERING & PLANNING (FCEEP)


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND
POLICY DEVELOPMENT (SAPPD)

Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Ocean
Engineering,


Architecture, Regional and City Planning


FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY (FIT)


Faculty Of Mechanical Engineering and
Aeronautics


SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL AND INFORMATIC
ENGINEERING (SEIE)

Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering,
Engineering Physics

Aeronautics and Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering,


Electrical Engineering, Informatics

FACULTY OF EARTH SCIENCES & MINERAL
TECHNOLOGY (FESMT)

Geophysical Engineering, Mining Engineering,
Petroleum Engineering, Geology, Geophysics and
Meteorology, Geodetic Engineering

FACULTY OF ART AND DESIGN (FAD)

Design, Fine Art

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT (SNM)


Management, MBA

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY (SF)

Pharmacy

FACULTIES/SCHOOLS

STUDY PROGRAMS

OPPORTUNITY IN EDUCATION &
RESEARCH CYCLE?


COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT

OR SCIENCE

DEVELOPMENT


RESEARCH &

DEVELOPMENT

(PROGRAM
OPPORTUNITY)

EDUCATION

(PROGRAM
OPPORTUNITY)

Researchers in Water Resources Centre ITB:


1. Prof.
Indratmo

Soekarno
,


2. Prof.
Syahril

B.Kusuma


3. Prof. Deny
Juanda


4. Prof.
Arwin

Sabar


5. Dr. Sri
Legowo


6. Dr. M.
Cahyono


7. Dr.
Iwan

K.
Sentausa


8. Dr.
Agung

Wiyono


9. Dr.
Dantje

Kardana


10.
Dr.Joko

Nugroho


11. Dr.
Dhemi

Harlan


12. Dr.
Hadi

Kardana



13.
Dra
.
Atika

Lubis

MS


14. Dr.
Yadi

Suryadi
, etc.




Some Research Samples :


1.
Water resources Engineering and management;

2.
Water supply and treatment;

3.
Land erosion and sedimentation in rivers and
reservoirs;

3.

River trainings and hydraulic structures for water
resource protection;

4.
Water quality modeling;

5.
Flood control and risk analysis;

6.
Local scouring;

7.
Water control in Lowland development, etc.


Spatial Flood Risk Modeling And Reliability Analysis To
Determine Flood Defense System Criteria ( Case study:
Upper
Citarum

Basin)

Researcher: Mrs.
Anik

Sarminingsih

Background:


Flood control system in Indonesia is based on planning
criteria issued by Ministry of Public Works.


T he criteria lead to the magnitude of return periods of
design flood of river flood control ranges from 5
-
25 years for
short term and could be increased up to 100 years for the
long term, but the criteria do not mention about its reliability.


Examples of on
-
going researches:

Risk Calculation

Reliability
analisys

Flood
Risk

Methodology


Hydrologic analysis/HEC
-
HMS


Hydraulic analysis/HEC
-
RAS


Both
softwares

are to be integrated with GIS in WMS





Study on hydraulic behavior of ‘Morning Glory’ Spillway

Researchers:

Indratmo

Soekarno
,
Febya

Nurnadiati

and
Agung

Wiyono


Background:


Indonesia

territory

has

2

lanes

of

major

earthquakes
;


Morning

glory

spillway

is

a

shaft
-
rounded

spillway

which

is

separated

from

a

dam

structure

,

so

if

it

is

collapse,

it

will

not

affect

the

major

infrastructure
.

This

type

of

spillway

can

also

be

proposed

for

a

condition

of

limited

space

available
.


Flow

behavior

around

such

spillways

are

not

well

understood

yet
.



Location

The

Ir
.

H
.

Djuanda

(Jatiluhur)

Dam

is

located

in

Jatiluhur

village,

Purwakarta

district,

West

Java

Province
.

This

dam

is

part

of

cascade

reservoir

which

consist

of

three

reservoirs

in

series

such

as

Saguling,

Cirata,

and

Jatiluhur

Reservoir
.

Jatiluhur

Cirata

Saguling

jatiluhur.wordpress.com

Using

35

variation

of

debt,

range

5
,
84

L/s

to

50
,
25

L/s,

we

try

to

create

2

conditions

of

discharge

characteristic

(crest

control

and

tube

or

orifice

control)
.

With

P

is

spillway

height,

measurable

indicators

obtained

as

follow
:


Water

level

at

the

upstream,

H
u


Water

level

at

the

downstream,

H
d


Water

level

above

Thompson

gate,

H
Th


Methodology

Based

on

geometric

parameter

of

prototype

and

limited

facilities

in

the

Laboratory

of

Fluid

Mechanics

FTSL
-
ITB,

it

is

constructed

model

of

Moring

Glory

spillway

with

undistorted

model

of

1
:
100
.



Ket

Prototype

Model

H (m)

110

1,10

D (m)

90

0,90

Q (L/s)

3.000.000

30

The
S
tudy

of Raw Water
P
otency

of

C
imandiri

R
iver

for

P
elabuhan

Ratu

Region

Researcher:

Lusie Musianty
, I.
Soekarno
,
A.Wiyono

and
Suardinata


Background
:


Pelabuhan

Ratu

is

a

new

city

which

to

be

developed

to

serve

as

the

functional

areas

of

residential,

commercial,

services,

government,

tourism

and

industry


T
hese

developments

need

support

of

the

availability

of

water

resources
.

T
here

should

be

a

balance

between

demand

and

availability

of

water


Cimandiri

river

is

very

potential

to

meet

the

demand

of

raw

water

in

Pelabuhan

Ratu
,

so

that,

it

is

very

essential

to

be

studied
.


0
5
10
15
Discharge (m3/s)

Month

water demand in 2015
Water availability (Q90)
water demand in 2020
water demand in 2030
0
5
10
15
20
Discharge (m3/s)

Month

Water Demand in 2015
Water availability (Q90)
Water Demand in 2020
Water Demand in 2030
WATER BALANCE

-

ANALYSIS OF STORAGE
CAPACITY



0
400
800
1200
1600
2000
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Volume (x 10
6

m
2
)

Year

Water Demand (m3)
Wateravailability (m3)
Cumulative water availability

in dry years (2000
-

2005
)


Water Demand in 2030

Figure. 11 Mass Curve in Cicatih
Watershed

0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Volume (x 10
6
m
3
)

Year

Cumulative water availability in
dry years (2000
-

2005)


Water Demand in 2030

Figure. 10 Maas Curve in Cimandiri
Watershed

Source: Result Analysis


Figure. 8 Water Balance in Cimandiri Watershed

Source: Result Analysis


Figure. 9 Water Balance in Cicatih Watershed





Hydrologic Study of Sindangheula Dam to supply
Water Demand in Serang
-

Banten Province

Researchers: A. Mayangsari ,I. Soekarno, A. Wiyono







Along with the rapid growth in Serang district, the need
for raw water in this city is increasing rapidly. There is a
need to build infrastructure that can cope with shortages
of raw water in this city.

The research is organized to find
out how much the reliability of Cibanten river to meet
water needs in Serang.

If run
-
off flow does not satisfy
the water demand, than the construction of dams is to
be considered.



The methods of NRECA, NAM and FJ Mock will be
used to analyze the water demand and its availability.

Research on Water Supply and Water Treatment

Drinking water Supply Demand for Indonesia based on
MDG
-
2015


-

Predicted population in Indonesia yr
-
2015 : 269 million people

-

Urban drinking water target : 70 % (90 million people)

-

Rural drinking water : 50 % ( 83 million people)

-

NOT yet served by drinking water


: 41 % (122 million people)


urban

rural

Not yet served

90

million

83
million

122

million

1
2
3

Example of WTP MICRO HYDRAULIC ITB

WATER SYSTEM, WATER HYDRRAULIC, WATER RESOURCE, WATER TEATMENT,
WATER QUALITY




INSTALASI PENGOLAHAN AIR BERSIH MICRO HYDRAULIC LAPI INDOWATER ITB MOBILE

CONCLUSION


Collaboration between ITB and other institutions should
be done extensively for its sustainability in education,
research
, and community development.


Cooperation should be done based on the needs of any
institutions involved, equal partnership and mutual
benefits.


Researches on Urban Water Management, Climate
Change and Development of Hydro infrastructures are
quite well equipped in ITB. However, this will be much
more fruitful if institutional collaboration is carried out.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION