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ITS » Undergraduate Theses » Teknik Sipil
Posted by yeni at 10/12/2008 16:26:06  •  10480 Views


PERENCANAAN SISTEM DRAINASE STADION UTAMA SURABAYA

DESIGN OF SURABAYA MAIN STADIUM DRAINAGE SYSTEM

Author :
Mahendra Andiek M. 




ABSTRAK

Hujan menjadi salah satu masalah utama dalam perencanaan sistem drainase stadion utama Surabaya. Dengan intensitas hujan yang mencapai 201.1 mmjam diharapkan sistem drainase pada stadion utama dapat mengatasi debit air yang akan mengalir sehingga kawasan stadion utama khususnya lapangan sepakbola tidak akan tergenang oleh air hujan. Perencanaan jaringan drainase pada stadion utama adalah dengan menggunakan surface drainage dan subsurface drainage. Sistem pembuangan akhir dari drainase stadion utama ini nantinya akan bermuara ke Kali Lamong yang dihubungkan dengan Kali Tambakdono. Elevasi Kali Lamong sebesar 2.30 diharapkan dapat memungkinkan pengaliran air dari kawasan stadion utama secara gravitasi. Untuk itu akan digunakan analisa profil permukaan aliranuntuk mengetahui pengaruh backwater terhadap saluran yang telah direncanakan. Berdasarkan hasil analisa didapatkan bahwa elevasi muka air tertinggi pada saluran di dalam kawasan stadion adalah 4.2627. Dengan elevasi muka jalan dan bangunan yang ditetapkan 4.12 dan elevasi lapangan stadion utama 5.12 maka sistem drainase pada kawasan stadion utama dapat menggunakan sistem gravitasi.


ABSTRACT

Rain be the one of main problems in design of Surabaya main stadium drainage system. With 201.1 mmh rain intensity it would be able to serve by the drainage system. So that the main stadium area especially the football field will not flooded. The design of Surabaya main stadium drainage system using surface drainage and subsurface drainage. The final exile system of stadium drainage will be end in Lamong river which connected by Tambakdono river. The elevation of Lamong river is 2.30 designed for gravitation system in flow of water. So that backwater analysis will be used in this study to get the influent of elevation in downstream to upper. According the result of analysis the highest water elevation was4.2627. Whereas the elevation of roads and building fixed 4.12 and 5.12 for football field so that the gravitation system can be used in main stadium of Surabaya.



KeywordsRain ; Lamong river ; Drainage
 
Subject:  Pengeringan daerah
Contributor
  1. Ir. ANGGRAHINI, MSc.
Date Create: 10/12/2008
Type: Text
Format: pdf.
Language: Indonesian
Identifier: ITS-Undergraduate-3100007030020
Collection ID: 3100007030020
Call Number: RSS 627.54 Mah p


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Undergraduate Theses, CIVIL ENGINEERING , RSS 627.54 Mah p , 2007

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