Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research

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EISSN : 2747-1438
Published by: Galaxy Science (10.11594)
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, , Galih Panji Handoko, I Dewa Made Widia, Salnan Ratih Asriningtyas
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 68-74; https://doi.org/10.11594/10.11594/ijer.02.02.06

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Tourism is one of the sectors that have been hit hard during the current Covid-19 pandemic. However, in 2021 the tourism sector is slowly rising marked by the number of tourist attractions that are starting to open to the public with the implementation of strict health protocols. However, in practice there are still many cases of violations of health protocols in various tourist attractions, ranging from the undisciplined use of masks, not keeping a distance (social distancing), and the absence of setting the ideal number of visitors during a pandemic like the current one. Managers of tourist attractions tend to ignore restrictions on the number of visitors due to the absence of an management system to run. There needs to be an application that can inform the condition of visitors to tourist attractions in real-time so that people have self-awareness of their personal health so that people can make early plans before traveling. In good governance, this application contributes to controlling the risk of Covid-19 transmission originating from crowded centers (tourist spots). The government can easily monitor the distribution of tourist visitor density in the area so that it can then be used as a basis for carrying out policies and handling in the field. This study proposes the development of an application platform (software and hardware) monitoring the density of visitors to tourist attractions using the concept of object detection based on image processing and deep learning. The integration of hardware with web-based software will provide information on the density of visitors to tourist attractions that are easily accessible to the public so that they are expected to contribute to the handling of the current Covid-19 pandemic.
, Irene U. Ukazu, Gabriel A. Igwue
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 38-46; https://doi.org/10.11594/10.11594/ijer.02.02.02

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The solar powered DC drive for a rickshaw is an automobile that uses solar energy to drive a DC motor, which in turn move a rickshaw. Due to the challenge of global warming, it has become necessary to make use of power sources that are environmentally friendly or renewable energy. Solar energy is used as the energy source in this design because it is cheap, clean and readily available during the day. This paper employed the use of solar PV which converts the solar energy into electrical energy. The electrical energy generated by the solar PV comes in the rated value of 12 V or 24 V which increases or decreases beyond this rated values depending on the sun intensity. To make use of the varying solar PV voltage, there is need to either buck (stepdown) or boost (step up) or buck-boost (stepdown-step up) the PV voltage to a constant voltage value. Since 12 V DC drive is used, it is required to step up or step down from the voltage range of 10 V to 25 V to 12 V via a buck-boost converter to power the 12 V DC drive. The DC motor control was implemented by embedding the functions of vehicle control in the system. The functions are; run, stop or break, left and right. This function makes the DC drive to control the rickshaw as vehicle. The results shows that rickshaw can be control and driven as a vehicle using solar energy.
, Mark Angelo A. Ligot
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 61-67; https://doi.org/10.11594/10.11594/ijer.02.02.05

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Autism has a very wide range that influences people, specifically children in general. Usually, it affects a child’s social interaction, communication, behaviors, and interests. Providing a complete device for treatment which is planned to be used by kids with autism needs to be taken into consideration. There is no software available that will adhere to the main areas of autism. The development a multidimensional software that focuses the main areas of kids with autism was a specific goal that the paper is being addressed. It is planned from the viewpoint of several specialists: more particularly speech therapist, occupational therapist, Special Education (SPED) educator and an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) specialist. The specialists’ focused objectives were lengthily included into the planning of the software. The development of an application for the young with autism that would completely attend to all the main areas that are initiated by autism and serves as an addendum to treatment is the primary goal of the study. Interviews from, speech therapist, occupational therapist, SPED teacher, ABA therapist and a SPED therapist will serve as a basis and the prototyping methodology for system development. With the implemented system, the intended users gave an approval on the application to be integrated in the teaching of children with autism. Suggestions on the improvement of the application comprises of including video recording for API 22, implementing the system in the iOS environment, and concentration on older autism cases were recommended.
, Jonathan A. Enokela, Goshwe Y. Nentawe
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 23-31; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.02.01.05

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The evolution of robotics and their control systems have made the placement of arms, their motion, grasping of objects, as well as exploring their immediate environments a very important area of research. The electronic design and implementation of the humanoid which involves the keypad and graphical user interface (GUI) to track the movement of the humanoid robot as well as control the humanoid robot in performing the tasks of avoidance of obstacles and picking of objects is achieved. The system is made of two units: the remote controller unit and the humanoid control unit. The remote controller unit is of two types namely; the keypad and the GUI. The keypad uses the buttons to control or direct the humanoid while the GUI does the control using PC. The GUI has the additional function of viewing the picture taken by the humanoid, if the arrangement of an obstacle is not included among the sixteen obstacle avoidance algorithms considered. The humanoid control unit makes the humanoid walk and avoid obstacles autonomously. The simulation of robotic humanoid and hardware results also show that the hardware implementation can be embedded into the humanoid frame for surveillance applications
, Naufal Majdi, Purwidi Asri
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 18-22; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.02.01.04

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The development of Internet of Things technology today is overgrowing in various fields, one of which is security. Safe-deposit box system is considered less safe because there is no warning to the owner. This study proposes a safe deposit box system that has a token security feature based on the internet of things. This system uses a webcam that functions to take pictures automatically. The image is sent to the server via the FTP protocol. It has two levels of users, namely admin, and guest. This system has a warning alarm, and notifications feature that works when the safe door is opened by force. Keyword: internet of things, safe deposit box
, Farhan Adani
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 7-11; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.02.01.02

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Differential quadrature phase-shift keying (DQPSK) modulation methods and variations are commonly used in wireless communication, including high-speed optical fiber, Bluetooth, and satellite communication. DQPSK cannot be isolated from possible interference with its present application. The interference cancellation process has been observed and analyzed using a device model built in this study. The core components of the supporting block for this device model have raised cosine filters for pulse shaping and adaptive filters. The presence of these core components has resulted in a dramatic improvement in device efficiency, according to robust Simulink data. The best bit error rate (BER) of 5.7e-03 provides evidence of this.
, Januar Ajie Laksono, Bachrul Ulum Hidayat, Ahmad Robiul Awal Udin
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 12-17; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.02.01.03

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The increase in the number of vehicles especially cars causes the air environment to look polluted. This is caused by vehicle exhaust gases that can affect the level of human health. Harmful gases such as carbon dioxide (CO) and hydrocarbon (HC) can also enter the car cabin, making people inside feel suffocated and even death. To find out the presence of these gases, a monitoring system prototype is made which is placed in the car cabin. This system consists of input in the form of an MQ-9 sensor and a TGS2610 sensor. The readings of these sensors are processed by Arduino Uno. The system output is made in the form of a buzzer and LCD. Tests carried out on the car cabin area are divided into three, namely front, middle, and rear. The results of the 6 tests show that the smallest percentage of CO errors is 8% in the middle area and HC of 8.7% in the rear area of the car cabin.
, Robby Ardiansyah, Muhammad Mashfuks, Khafidurrohman Agustianto
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 2, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.02.01.01

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Covid-19 (Coronavirus disease 2019) is a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that is known to have originated in Wuhan, China. It was found at the end of December 2019 with countries infected with the Coronavirus in more than 65 countries. According to WHO data as of the 4th of March 2020, the number of sufferers was 90,308 infected with Covid-19. In Indonesia as of April 14, 2010, people with Covid-19 were positive for 4,839, recovered 426, and died 459. In Indonesia, one of the ways to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic is by spraying with disinfectant liquid and delivering food or medicine to patients infected with Covid. -19 is still in close contact with a patient who is still likely to be infected from that patient. According to general guidelines in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, one of them is done by spraying disinfectants in several public facilities such as health clinics, government office, schools, bridges, parks, fields, and other public areas. However, sterilization is still done manually by health workers. This puts medical personnel at risk of being exposed to the covid-19 virus. Therefore, in this study, a multi-functional robot with a remote control equipped with an FPV camera was developed. The robot can be used to spray disinfectant, UV lamp-based sterilization, and deliver food and medicine to patients infected with Covid-19. From the test results, the teleoperation system can work well with a range of 30 meters indoors and 150 meters outdoors.
, Lilik Subiyanto, Afif Zuhri Arfianto, Hendra Agus Widodo, Rachmad Andri Atmoko
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 1, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.01.01.01

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The development of information technology both software and hardware support development in various fields, especially in the field of electronics. This progress can be used in making automation systems and controlling electronic and electrical components. With the increasing need for system monitoring in real-time, a model that is more than just portable storage can be developed, using telemetry (remote measurement)systems. This research makes a prototype that is used for remote monitoring of electronic equipment telemetry in the passenger space of ferries using wireless communications. Radiofrequency is used for electronic equipment located in the passenger space. The system is made using ACS712 current sensor and ZMPT101B voltage sensor to measure current and voltage monitored by long-range wireless communications (LoRa) to maintain the strength of the amplifier signal and the distance that the LoRa can reach. By utilizing the frequency of the LoRa, it is expected to monitor the load current and voltage generated by electronic equipment in the ferry passenger's passenger space. From the monitoring tool obtained the test results of testing Television with power 27 W and Voltage 19 Volt obtained the percentage of voltage error is 1.09 % and the percentage of current error is 1.15 %.3. Based on the results of the test data, it can be concluded that the current, voltage in the passenger room of the JokoTole KMP ship is fluctuating. This needs to be done monitoring the current load on the ship, especially in the safety alarm system, electronic devices, pumps for the safety of shipping, which at KMP Joko Tole still uses conventional technology and the absence of adequate electrical system data support.
Agung Kurniawan Nurhasan, Hendro Agus Widodo, , Rachmad Andri Atmoko
Indonesian Journal of Engineering Research, Volume 1, pp 14-19; https://doi.org/10.11594/ijer.01.01.03

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Steam power plants that use coal as fuel have serious problems during operation. Before heading to the combustion process, coal is stored in an open field area. However, this results in fine particles of coal dust being exposed to wind and polluting the surrounding environment. The purpose of this study is to minimize the impact of pollution from coal dust by using the dust suppression tool. The tools that have been run manually or conventionally can be operated automatically to facilitate the operator in controlling dust suppression without the need to go to the field. This research proposes a prototype dust suppression equipped with dust and temperature sensors, the sensor data is a representation of the condition of the coal storage area which is processed using the K-Nearest Neighbors method to classify whether the condition of the storage area is normal or dusty. When conditions are dusty, the pump activates and directs bursts of water at the coal to minimize dust. In the application of the K-Nearest Neighbors method, center point 1 is obtained for normal conditions, with a dust density of 0.4353 mg / m3 and a temperature of 27.5818 °C. Whereas center point 2 for dusty conditions has a dust density of 2,374 mg / m3 and a temperature of 28.2667 °C. From 40 testing data in real-time, a success rate of 87.5% was obtained.
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