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Farmakoterapi Gangguan Saluran Pencernaan
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Penulis : SYAMSUDDIN , Prof. Dr. M.Biomed. [PDF File] didownload : 28 x

SIX SIGMA METHOD APPROACH IN THE PREVENTION OF OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS ON THE SOLID WASTE COLLECTOR IN SOUTH JAKARTA
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Six Sigma method is one method of management approaches aimed at making decisions based on facts and based on the use of data using special tools and methodologies. This study deals with the methodology of Six Sigma approach in reducing the incidence of occupational accidents in the collection of solid waste in South Jakarta. The fundamental problem-solving approach is done by following the DMAIC (Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control) in order to reduce the process variation and improvement process results. Analysis of the problem also using some tools such as Pareto diagrams, Fishbone diagrams and Analytical Hierarchy Process. Research conducted at the Department of cleanliness of South Jakarta as research subjects in order to analyze and determine the cause of the problem of workplace accidents solid waste collection. Results show DPU approximately 0.22 and approximately 220000 and a target DPMO sigma level is 3.554. Moreover, the results of AHP calculation using Expert Choice software indicate the most significant factor is the method with 0.392 weights. In addition, the sub-causes of the most dominant in workplace accidents collecting solid waste, such as, lack of safety equipment around 0.833 and pleasant environment around 0.833. Keywords: six sigma, pareto, fishbone, AHP, solid waste management, accident, DKI Jakarta.

Penulis : BAMBANG CAHYADI, ST., MT [PDF File] didownload : 99 x

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Penulis : LA ODE MOHAMMAD FIRMAN, Dr.Ir. MT [PDF File] didownload : 26 x

Green Drying Chamber bu Using Vibration Components, Heat Excahnger and Micro Hydro in Buton Island, Indonesia
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The application of vibration components cause vibration on trays so hot air will hit the entire surface of the agricultural commodity on the drying trays. This condation results effective motion of agricultural commodity. Usually drying chamber for agricultural commodities was depend on electrical energy from government company. Green drying chamber for this research will not take electrical energy from government company because Buton Island has many rivers and water power in Buton river will be changed to electrical energy by using micro hydro power plant. The objective of this research is to perform analysis about effective motion, heat and air temperature, and water power for green drying chamber in Buton Island, Indonesia. This research uses observation, analysis and experimental methods and cashew nuts as sample of agricultural commodity in the drying chamber. In the year of 2005 Buton Island produced cashew nuts 6,856 ton, that’s why the total length of the green drying chamber in this researh is 4.83 m and its drying chamber has a dimension of: length 4 m, width 3 m, height 2 m and it needs temperature 60 oC. Based on analysis results are found that the effective motion of the cashew nuts will occurred at the ratio 0.97 0.99. Required heat energy is 117.67 kJ/s and the average air temperature in the drying chamber can be achieved if the air temperature after flat plate heat exchanger is 78.25 o C. Based on the observation and analysis results were found that Buton river had a Potential Head 47 m, Capacity 0.9 m3/s, Design Capacity 0.35 m3/s, Water Power 161.3 kW, Electrical Power Output 99.4 kW. 

Penulis : LA ODE MOHAMMAD FIRMAN, Dr.Ir. MT [PDF File] didownload : 65 x

PENERAPAN METODE CRITICAL CHAIN PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNTUK PERENCANAAN PROYEK VERY LOW PRESSURE PHASE-II KEI Ltd
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Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk membuat perencanaan proyek Very Low Pressure Phase-II yang diharapkan tidak seperti proyek sebelumnya, dimana terjadi ketidaksesuaian antara perencanaan dengan pelaksanaanya. Hal ini dikarenakan penambahan aktivitas yang tidak direncanakan sebelumnya dan prilaku student’s syndrome. Student’s syndrome berupa penguluran waktu mulai karena adanya waktu aman (safety time) disetiap aktivitas dan saat proyek berjalan ditemukan masalah, maka estimasi waktu dan biaya membesar. Oleh karena itu dibuat suatu perencanaan dengan menerapkan metode Critical Chain Project Management. Dari data primer dan data sekunder diolah dengan software microsoft project. Metode ini menghilangkan safety time disetiap aktivitas dan menggantinya dengan waktu penyangga (buffer time). Penambahan buffer time dengan menggunakan metode cut and paste yaitu menambahkan project buffer separuh durasi rantai kritis (critical chain) pada akhir rantai dan meletakan feeding buffer dengan separuh durasi aktivitas ke aktivitas pada rantai tidak kritis (non critical chain) yang membawa kepada rantai kritis (critical chain). Hasil dari penelitian bahwa apabila saat proyek berjalan tidak terdapat perubahan-perubahan maka proyek dapat diselesaikan selama 370 hari dengan biaya 3,558,232.73 USD. Apabila terjadi ketidaksesuaian, maka buffer time dapat dikonsumsi sebesar 185 hari dengan biaya resource buffer  sebesar 334,767.27 USD dan total penyelesaian proyek selama 555 hari, waktu aman untuk proyek Very Low Pressure Phase-II ini. 

Kata Kunci: Critical Chain Project Management, Project Buffer, Buffer Time, Feeding Buffer 

 

 

Penulis : SITI ROHANA NASUTION, Ir.MT [PDF File] didownload : 27 x

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