Study of The Physical Model of Flow in Down Stream of Sluice Gate of the Jakabaring Sport City Main Channel

Muhammad Diyah Afrizal, Achmad Syarifudin


The city drainage system which always experiences flooding in the city of Palembang every year is the Jakabaring River Basin. The Jabaring watershed is one of 33 points of frequent flood areas in Palembang City. This is because, until now, the Jakabaring River Basin (DAS) area does not yet have pumping facilities. So that it often becomes a customer for flooding.For that we need physical model research in the laboratory, namely with a standard flume with various variations in speed, time and sediment material in the form of sand.The results showed that the greatest depth of erosion that occurred after the JSC main channel sluice building was 1.75 cm in the model with an experimental time of 25 minutes. In the first 5 minutes of the experiment, 10 minutes and 15 times no erosion occurred. At the time of the experiment for 30 minutes, there was a decrease in erosion, namely 0.15 cm in the model. Meanwhile, the largest sedimentation (dd) was 1.20 cm in the model during the experiment time of 30 minutes. Continued to experience a decrease in sedimentation (dd) both at the time of the experiment for 5 minutes, 10 minutes, then there was an increase in erosion for 15 minutes, and then it fell back down to 30 minutes.


The Jakabaring watershed; langhaar method; erosion rete; sedimentation rate

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