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For the Thai university, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya also known as Srivijaya University, see Rajamangala University of Technology.Sriwijaya University is a public university in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. It was founded on 29 October 1960. The current rector, for the years 2011-2015, is Badia Perizade. Wikipedia.

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Saggaff A.,University of Sriwijaya
MATEC Web of Conferences | Year: 2017

Industrialized building system (IBS) has been introduced in construction industry as early as 1960's. The challenges facing our construction industry are due to shortage of skill labour and high cost of construction. Therefore, the concept of construction using IBS is proposed to reduce our dependency on intensive labor works and to reduce the cost of construction. However, the process of changing the traditional construction method to IBS has been delayed due to the reluctant to accept the changes and even resistant to changes. Therefore this paper presents the concept of Industrialized Building System, the scope of IBS, challenges and way forward to inculcate the use of IBS construction in Indonesia. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2017.


Wiwik Dyah Hastuti E.,University of Sriwijaya
MATEC Web of Conferences | Year: 2017

The present study was undertaken in the Southern Mountain Range of East Jawa, Ponorogo District. Tectonically, the region extends along the Magmatic Sunda-Banda Arc, which comprises predominantly volcanic rocks of Mandalika Formation, sedimentary rock units of Arjosari Formation, and intrusive sequences such as dacite, andesite and diorite. Structurally, the region is controlled by faults striking NE-SW, NW-SE and N-S. Mandalika Formation and Arjosari Formation have an interfingering relation and are Oligo-Miocene. Results of the field observation and analyses of petrography and mineragraphy on outcrops reveal that the region has commonly undergone alteration and mineralisation. The principle ore minerals occurring in the Ponorogo area are pyrite and sphalerite with abundant mineral assemblages of chalcopyrite, magnetite, hematite, galena, covelite, bornite, and limonite. Mineralisation occurs in argillic zone and subprophyllitic zone. Based on textures, structures and ore mineral assemblages, mineralisation in the study area can be devided at least into two stages. The earlier stage was present in relation to hypogene processes, and resulted in pyrite-sphalerite-chalcopyrite-magnetite- galena. The subsequent stage took place due to supergene enrichment processes, and yielded pyrite- sphalerite-covelite-bournite-limonite. Such mineral assemblages suggest that they are formed at temperatures of about 100-360° C. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2017.


Wiwik Dyah Hastuti E.,University of Sriwijaya
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science | Year: 2017

Maninjau area situated in Barisan Mountain range was a central of volcanic eruption during Plistocene-Holocene. Eruption of Maninjau volcano resulted in andesitic lava flows, and pyroclastic flows. Maninjau deposites accummulated around Maninjau Lake are covered by andesitic rocks. This Plistocene - Holocene volcano might have a close link with Semangko fault (Sumatra Fault). Pyroclastic rocks in the study area predominantly consist of pumice deposites with some crystals of plagioclase ± quartz ± pyroxene + hornblende + andesitic, lithics and glass shards. These deposites are slightly unwelded and mostly weathered. On the basis of its chemical composistion, Maninjau deposite can be divided into Ryolitic Pumiceous Tuff (Ignembrite Maninjau) and Andesitic Pumiceous Tuff (Tephra) deposites. Ignembrite Maninjau deposite is characterized by the occurrence of high-K rhyolite, whereas Tephra deposite is able to be grouped into calc-alkaline andesite. In general, these deposites have major elements with various silisic contents; this sugests that Maninjau deposites originated from heterogeneous magmas, and was erupted from a magma chamber. The relationship between SiO2 and another oxide shows negative correlation except Na2O. Pumice deposites contain various high trace elements, suggesting that the source of magma was likely from the subducted slab of oceanic plate underneath an active continental margin. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.


Suswanto R.,University of Sriwijaya
Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management | Year: 2016

Indonesia has at least 5.6 thousand main rivers and 65 thousand streams. Out of 5.5 thousands of main rivers. Nevertheless, river pollution is getting increased, most of the pollutants of the river is solid materials, for example plastic waste. Therefore, an innovative technology is needed to solve this problem. The Water Resources Constitution in 2004 explain that water resources conservation can be done by water management and good restraint of water pollution. The objective of this paper is to know the planning of The River's Rubish Catcher Machine design by calculating the specific technology working system. The machine is called River's rubish Catcher Machine (RRC - Machine), a machine working to catch the rubbish in the watershed of the city. This machine consists of machine box, waste bin, belt, and blade turbine. RRC-Machine is designed with the special design to catch the rubbish and then automatically will brought it to the rubbish bin. Beside it, RRC-Machine is built by using turbine principle with the diesel machine as the mover. This machine is good for solving the rubbish problem in the river. Therefore, the sustainable production development of RRC- Machine is needed to be done. © IEOM Society International. © IEOM Society International.


Arifin A.,National University of Malaysia | Arifin A.,University of Sriwijaya | Sulong A.B.,National University of Malaysia | Muhamad N.,National University of Malaysia | And 2 more authors.
Materials and Design | Year: 2014

The bio-active and biodegradable properties of hydroxyapatite (HA) make this material a preferred candidate for implants such as bone replacement in replacing natural tissues damaged by diseases and accidents. However, the low mechanical strength of HA hinders its application. Combining HA with a biocompatible material with a higher mechanical strength, such as a titanium (Ti) alloy, to form a composite has been of interest to researchers. A HA/Ti composite would possess characteristics essential to modern implant materials, such as bio-inertness, a low Young's modulus, and high biocompatibility. However, there are issues in the material processing, such as the rheological behavior, stress-shielding, diffusion mechanism and compatibility between the two phases. This paper reviews the HA and Ti alloy interactions under various conditions, in vitro and in vivo tests for HA/Ti composites, and common powder metallurgy processes for HA/Ti composites (e.g., pressing and sintering, isostatic pressing, plasma spraying, and metal injection molding). © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.


Nurmaini Dr. S.,University of Sriwijaya
International Journal of Control and Automation | Year: 2012

Navigation in mobile robot not only avoid obstacles based on the sensor input but also comprehend the nature of its environment, remember over time such comprehended scenarios, recollect them and associate in time perceptions of environment that resemble each other. Such requirements demand spatial and temporal reasoning capabilities, for considering the mobile robot environmental as an experience of a sequence of sensor patterns. Memory-based reasoning must integrate into mobile robot control strategy to produces efficiently movement in unpredictable environment, to achieve robustly and to reduce computational cost. To implement this strategy Fuzzy-Kohonen Network (FKN) technique is utilized by employing small number of rules. The effectiveness of the proposed technique is demonstrated in series of practical test on our experimental mobile robot in structured and unstructured environment. A detailed comparison of the proposed technique with other recent approaches in the specific case of 'local minima' detection and obstacle avoidance is also presented. As results found that mobile robot based on FKN technique has the ability to perform navigation tasks in several environments, it has capability to recognize the environment, suitable for low cost mobile robot due to only produce small resources, provides much faster response to expected events and it allows the mobile robot move without any need to stop for 'danger' situation without suffering from the 'local minima' problem.


Indrajaya T.,University of Sriwijaya
Acta medica Indonesiana | Year: 2011

to describe the role of ACE gene polymorphism on pathogenesis of ischemic stroke in patients with the history of hypertension. The study was conducted in a population of Palembang city. approximately 3 ml of peripheral blood samples were obtained by using venipuncture on antecubital vein. The samples were collected in tubes that contained ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) for DNA analysis. The DNA was extracted from leukocytes according to the standard DNAzol® Extraction Protocol. Samples were stored at -80°C until the analysis. Template DNA was then amplified by using a pair of sense oligonucleotide primer of 5'-CTGG AGACC ACTCCCATCCTTTCT-3' and antisense primer 5'-GATGGTGGCCATCAC ATTCGTC AGAT-3', 10 pmol of each primer. The PCR mixture contained 20 ng of genomic DNA, 3 mM MgCl2, 50 mM KCl, 10 mM Tris-HCl pH 8.4, 5% dimethyl-sulphoxide (DMSO), each of 0,5 mM deoxyribonucleoside triphosphate (dNTPs) and 1 unit of Taq polymerase in a final volume of 50 μL. The DNA was amplified by 30 cycles; denaturation at 940C for 1 min, annealing at 580C for 1 min, and extension at 720C for 2 min, followed by a final extension at 720C for 4 min by using PCR Thermal (Icycler, Biorad, USA). PCR products were separated by electrophoresis on a 2% agarosa gel, and identified by ethidium bromide (0.1%) staining, and finally visualized by ultraviolet light. They were documented by using the geldoc (Biorad, USA). The PCR product is a 190 bp fragment in the absence of insertion (D) and a 490 bp fragment in the presence of insertion (I). ischemic stroke with hypertension or with the history of hypertension was found more frequently in male (70%) and ≥ 55 year old subjects (60.0%). The study showed that the frequency of II genotype was higher than DI and DD. Moreover, the frequency of I allele was higher than D allele. In healthy normotensive group, the results remained the same. However, different results were found in infarct-stroke group with hypertension history in which the frequency of DI genotype was higher than in II genotype and the DD. The study showed that there was no significant correlation (p=0.188) between ACE gene polymorphism and infarct stroke in subjects with the history of hypertension. ACE gene just has approximately 5% role in developing ischemic stroke. there is no significant correlation between ACE gene polymorphism and the development of ischemic stroke in patients with history of hypertension of the population in Palembang. However, the study showed that there is a different pattern of genetic control on ACE compared to previous studies ever done in Caucasians.


Nurmaini S.,University of Sriwijaya
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2012

This paper presents new hybrid control architecture-based interval type-2 nuro-fuzzy (IT2NF) for embedded mobile robot navigation where event-driven control is used to handle the dynamically changing of the environment. The proposed hybrid control architecture combining behavior-based reactive navigation and model-based environmental classification has been developed. Weightless neural network (WNNs) in charge of environmental classification, this strategy does not only enable the mobile robot to avoid local minimum points but also eliminates the requirement for prior detailed modeling of the environment. Then, IT2FLC based reactive behavior is utilized to perform mobile robot navigation task use environmental pattern classification. The previous study show that embedded controller on low cost microcontroller is difficult to design due to hardware and software constraints. In this paper, the hybrid control architecture uses hierarchical structure of IT2 fuzzy sets (IT2FS) to avoid the huge rule base due to the embedded platform and modular structure of WNNs to reduce the computational cost and increases processing speed of the controller. Technologies to address these limitations are integrated into hybrid controller architecture to be carried out, thus the autonomous mobile robot navigation system can be executed successfully. Flexibility and performance of the proposed control architecture is validated through experiments on the real embedded mobile robot in a variety of environmental condition. The experimental results show that, the proposed architecture-based IT2NF has dealt in real environment with uncertainties present in the changing and unstructured environments can avoid obstacles at the desired safe distance, follow the desired trajectory in smooth movement and produces minimal computational resources.


Darmawi,University of Sriwijaya | Sipahutar R.,University of Sriwijaya | Bernas S.M.,University of Sriwijaya | Imanuddin M.S.,University of Sriwijaya
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Year: 2013

Tidal energy could convert into power on the basis of height difference (Tidal Barrages) and on the basis of flow speed (Tidal Current). The studies have shown that tidal barrages have some disadvantages concerning the environmental impacts and the limits of availability of economic sites. Tidal current seems to have much advantages concerning the environmental impacts and technology advancement and simplicity in application. This article discusses the tendency of utilization of small hydropower energy generation system in the coming decades regarding the concern of environment impacts and electricity needs worldwide. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.


Buchari E.,University of Sriwijaya
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2015

Park and Ride is one of Transport Demand Management (TDM) scheme, which is very popular in some congested city with wide parking area at the border line or outskirt area. Palembang is capital city of South Sumatera Province, which has three Terminals in the border area with surrounding kabupaten (district). Right now the Terminal is not functioned appropriately because many public transport vehicles are loading and unloading passengers outside the Terminal, or on the street nearby the Terminal. On the other hand, the city centre itself has been crowded of private vehicles (car and motor cycle). The current on street parking system has been no longer adequate. According to Cities Development Initiatives for Asia (CDIA) study 2011, about 1382 cars and 1431 motorcycles need a place to park in the city centre. The aims of this paper are to present the characteristics of trips surrounding the Terminal and to know their potential of accepting Park and Ride system, and to plan the program and policy regarding Park and Ride in Palembang. The Data was collected by doing Home Interview survey in Palembang, with 4000 sample of Households (Buchari, 2011). Method of Analysis is descriptive Analysis, Cross tabulation, matrices analysis and multimodal analysis. The data from previous study was used to analyze the interconnection Terminal location with trips from surrounding areas. The results showed the potential shifting from private vehicle user to park and ride user. © 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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