https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/issue/feed Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology 2021-10-01T02:15:34+00:00 Husnul Kausarian, Ph.D. jgeet@journal.uir.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>JGEET (Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology) </strong>&nbsp;<strong>(E-ISSN&nbsp;: 2541-5794, P-ISSN&nbsp;: 2503-216X )</strong> is a peer-reviewed and open access journal that publishes significant and important research from area of geological science, related with engineering, environment, and technology. We accept submission from all over the world on English language. Editorial Board members are prominent and active researchers in geological sciences and engineering fields who ensure efficient, fair, and constructive peer-review process. All accepted articles will be published and available to all readers with worldwide visibility and coverage. Our Journal already <a href="http://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/indexing">indexed </a>in DOAJ, EBSCO, SINTA, GARUDA, Indonesia One Search, Crossref, Index Copernicus, OCLC, BASE, and University Libraries around the world.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>ACCREDITED by Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia, <a title="Accreditation Certificate" href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/10nMJk53RiV-BVIwjTjgiyBCN2GUGsl6q/view" target="_blank" rel="noopener">No.30/E/KPT/2018</a>,&nbsp;October 24, 2018</strong></p> https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/7788 Front matter JGEET Vol 06 No 03 2021 2021-09-30T07:48:47+00:00 JGEET (J. Geoscience Eng. Environ. Technol.) jgeet@journal.uir.ac.id <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p> 2021-09-30T02:22:23+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/3976 Groundwater Conservation Strategy Based on Water Balance at Muarabungo Groundwater Basin, Indonesia 2021-09-30T07:48:48+00:00 Mochamad Nursiyam Barkah iwugfuigfwui@gmail.com Fauziyah Hani kauisgfuigd@gmail.com Bombom Rachmat Suganda oihdovgfihfoi@gmail.com Munib Ikhwatun Iman iugasdugui@gmail.com Cecep Yandri Sunarie oihfeogihoihf@gmail.com Mohamad Sapari Dwi Hadian sapari@unpad.ac.id <p>Muarabungo Groundwater Basin,is locateed in Jambi and West Sumatra Province. Based on the four rainfall stations in Muaratebo, Dusun Rantau Pandan, Sungai Bengkal and Komplek Pengairan PU Station recorded in 2008 to 2011, the precipitation (ppt) in study area is 1799.09 mm/year. Value of evapotranspiration (Evpt) in the study area is equal to 1261.26 mm / year (70.1%). Groundwater Basin of Muarabungo has an infiltration debit of 2,516,791,750 m3 / year and run-off debit (Ro) of 798 042 638 m3 / year. Rock composer in the Muarabungo Groundwater Basin are dominated by Alluvium Deposition, Quaternary rocks, and also the surrounding areas are composed by igneous and metamorphic rocks. Aquifer with a good productvity can be found on Alluvium and sedimentary rocks such as tuff sandy, whereas region without exploitable groundwater are composed by igneous rocks and metamorphic rocks. Based on groundwater quality, Groundwater Basin is divided into 13 facies, namely Ca; Cl, ​​Mg; Cl, ​​Na + K, Cl, Ca; HCO3, Mg; HCO3, Na + K; HCO3, Ca; No. dominant type, Mg; Nodominan type, Na + K; No. dominant type, No. dominant type; Cl, ​​No. dominant type; HCO3, Nodominan type; SO4, and No. dominant type; No. dominant type. The result of water balance measurement in research area is used to show the areas for crisis and secure area. The water balance calculation and determining recharge and discharge areas are needed for developing conservation strategy.</p> 2021-09-15T08:15:22+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/4064 A Tracer Streamline Practice for Re-Evaluation Waterflood Pattern to Introduce a Cyclic Water Injection Scheme 2021-09-30T07:48:48+00:00 Dike Fitriansyah Putra dikefp@eng.uir.ac.id Lazuardhy Vozika Futur Vozika.Futur.l@gmail.com Mursyidah Umar mursyidahumar@eng.uir.ac.id <p>Waterflood introduces in the oil field a couple of years ago. Several waterflood schemes have been implemented in the fields to get the best incremental oil, such as peripheral injection, pattern waterflood, and etcetera. Many waterflood schemes are not working properly to boost the oil recovery due to unpredicted and unexpected water tide array. Then, the tracer practice started to be used for getting a better picture of the transmissibility reservoir as well as the direction of water pathway. This practice honors the parameters, such pressure, water cut, GOR, and rates. The streamline modeling is used to map the tracer, and it concludes that the selection of location of the injector should be based on the highest oil recovery achieved. Subsequently, the cyclic water injection method is one alternative. Apparently, this approach yields a quantify incremental recovery. &nbsp;This research utilizes the pressure different approach to figure out the route of water in the formation. The inter-well tracer technique in this modeling study is a tool to review communication between injectors and producers in the existing pattern. Many scenario should be tried to find the best options for the new pattern opportunities. In parallel, a innovative scheme of waterflood technique should be implemented too for escalating oil recovery. The stream pathway observes a new potential of the waterflood scheme. It is called "cyclic injection" scheme.&nbsp; The novelty of this approach is the ability to solve the poor sweep efficiency due to improper pathway of water influx in the oil bearing".</p> 2021-08-30T03:12:17+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/5685 The Influence of External CFRP String Reinforcement on The Behavior of Flexural RC Elements 2021-09-30T07:48:48+00:00 Junaedi Utomo junaedi.utomo@uajy.ac.id Nauval Rabbani nauvrabbani@gmail.com Sri Tudjono sritudjono@lecturer.undip.ac.id Ay Lie Han hanaylie@lecturer.undip.ac.id Sukamta sukamta@lecturer.undip.ac.id <p>External reinforcement is an excellent method for improving the load carrying capacity and ductility behaviour of reinforced concrete members in flexure. Enhancement becomes a necessity when current standards mandate a higher performance compared to older codes. External reinforcement is an environmentally friendly and sustainable solution, since demolition and re-building could be postponed, and the building can be used while work in conducted on the members. Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers (CFRP), having a low weight-to-volume ratio and an excellent resistance to corrosion, can be used as external reinforcement to effectively increase the flexural and shear strength of a member. To evaluate the effectiveness of CFRP strings, two types of reinforced concrete T-beams were tested. The specimens consist of a strengthened member in both shear and flexure using CFRP wraps and CFRP strings, and a conventional reinforced concrete beam. The specimens were subjected to a one-point-loading system to simulate high shear stresses in combination with a maximum bending moment at mid-point. The installation of CFRP strings was conducted using the Near Surface Mounted (NSM) method, while the sheets were Externally Bonded Reinforcement (EBR). The strings and sheets were impregnated and pultruded on side. The test results showed that the strings and wraps substantially increased the ultimate load carrying capacity and ductility of the member. The ultimate load enhancement was found to be 32% from 117kN to 154kN, and the vertical deformation improved 25% from 16 mm to 20 mm. The failure mode was characterized by initial debonding of the strings in the interface between the strings and the epoxy, followed by string-rupture. The two strings ruptured concurrently, due to stress re-distribution within the member.</p> 2021-09-17T08:08:22+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/6644 Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Value Prediction in Source Rock Potential at North East Java Basin, Indonesia 2021-09-30T07:48:48+00:00 Paulus Leonardo Manurung paulusmanurung@gmail.com Rahmat Catur Wibowo rahmat.caturwibowo@eng.unila.ac.id Ordas Dewanto ordasdewanto@gmail.com <p>This research aims to determine the potential of the source rock in the Kujung and Cepu Formations in the North East Java Basin, using Total Organic Carbon (TOC). TOC is calculated using the Passey method. The Passey method is used by overlaying the sonic log and the resistivity log and determining the baseline to get the separation of Δlog resistivity, which is then used to predict the TOC log by including the LOM (Level of Organic Maturity) variable obtained from the data of vitrinite reflectance. After the TOC log value is obtained, a correlation is made with the TOC core value. The prediction result of TOC log in a PM-1 well is 2.16%, which means it has excellent quality. The prediction of TOC log in a PM-2 well is worth 2.68%, which means it has excellent quality. The correlation value between the TOC log and the TOC core of the PM-1 well is 0.67, which means the correlation is strong. In PM-2 well, the correlation between the TOC log and TOC core is 0.92, which means that the correlation is robust.</p> 2021-09-20T07:38:16+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/7417 Comparison of Granitoid Characteristics West Kalimantan and Karangsambung Based On Mineralogical And Geochemical Aspects 2021-10-01T02:15:34+00:00 Kevin Setyo Adi Nugroho kevinadi1611@gmail.com Iwan Setiawan bogalakon@gmail.com Tri Winarno triwingeo@gmail.com <p>Indonesia was included in the ring of fire so that it has various types of tectonic products, one of which is granitoid. Granitoid is&nbsp; very complex rock and many are found in Indonesia. Some of them are found in West Kalimantan and Karangsambung. Basis of the reasearch is there is no research that compares granitoid in two regions. The purpose of this study was to compare rock characteristics and granite petrogenesis of West Kalimantan and Karangsambung. The research method used was collecting data on field, also laboratory analysis of rock samples using a polarization microscope, refraction microscope, and X-Ray Fluorescence analysis. The mineralogical characteristics of each study area tend to be almost the same. The predominant composition of the main minerals is quartz, plagioclase and orthoclase. But specifically the rock samples from West Kalimantan have been altered from phylic-silicification-propylitic. The entire study area contained accessory minerals, namely apatite, zircon, titanite, and for monazite only in the West Kalimantan sample. There was mineralization up to the supergene stage in the presence of the characteristic minerals for the supergene covelite and chalcocytes in the West Kalimantan sample. Geochemical analysis of both regions shows the same magma affinity, namely Calc Alkaline - High K Calc Alkaline. For West Kalimantan, the value of A / CNK &lt;1.1 has a type metaluminious and &gt; 1.1 a type peraluminious. Meanwhile, Karangsambung A / CNK value &lt;1.1 has a type metaluminious. So that West Kalimantan granite has two I-type and S-type. While Karangsambung is I-type. West Kalimantan granite is formed in continental arc granite (CAG) and continental collision granite (CCG). Meanwhile, Karangsambung in Volcanic Arc Granite (VAG). It can be concluded that the granites of the two regions have quite different characteristics even though they belong to a relatively similar tectonic environment.</p> 2021-09-21T08:39:46+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/6753 Geomorphosite Assessment at North Karangsambung -Karangbolong Geopark Kebumen, as Tools of Geotourism Development 2021-09-30T07:48:49+00:00 Chusni Ansori chus001@lipi.go.id I. Wayan Warmada kjusbdfkjbdfkj@gmail.com Nugroho Imam Setiawan pojewfdjo@gmail.com Herry Yogaswara oiahfeoihwfei@gmail.com <p>Geopark is a sustainable regional development concept that combines geological, biological, and cultural diversity through conservation and education activities to improve the community's welfare. Kebumen Regency has a National Geopark Karangsambung-Karangbolong (GNKK) covering 543,599 Km2 with 41 geosites, ten cultures, and eight biosite since 2018. The northern part of the area is a geological heritage that is widely used for field geological education.</p> <p>The study aims to identify and assess geosites and geomorphosite in the north area, describing the region's geomorphological processes and geological evolution. Field research was conducted to get an overview of geological diversity, geomorphology, and geosite and determine the selected geomorphosite. Geomorphosite assessment is done quantitatively using the Kubalikova method by assessing five main parameters that include; Intrinsic and scientific value, the value of education, economic value, conservation value, and added value.</p> <p>The scientific and intrinsic value of Pentulu Indah (PI) = 4, while Wagirsambeng = 3. Educational value of PI = 4, while Wagirsambeng = 2. Economic value is still not satisfactory, but P.I. = 2, while Wagirsambeng = 1.5. Conservation value of P.I. = 3.5, while Wagirsambeng = 2.5. Added value PI = 2.75 while Wagirsambeng = 1.5. Based on those, geomorphosite Pentulu Indah is 16,26 point or a good value (87.83 %) while Wagirsambeng is 10.5 point or fairly level (56.75 %).</p> 2021-09-22T01:50:12+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/6780 Biometric similarity Test of The Population of T. (Zaria) bantamensis tjicumpaensis with T. (Zaria) javana as a Form of Phylogeny And Evolutionary Proximity 2021-09-30T07:48:49+00:00 Hita Pandita hita@sttnas.ac.id Ani Apriani kljisdhfaoidhsfoi@gmail.com <p>Biometric aspects in the Turritellidae family need to be studied as an important identification parameter. <em>Zaria</em>, which is one of the sub genera in the Turritellidae family, deserves to be tested in order to determine the feasibility of the biometric aspect as an identification parameter. This paper aims to provide an overview of the benefits of the biometric aspect as an identification parameter. The method used to re-identify the biometric and morphological aspects of the <em>T.</em> (<em>Zaria</em>) <em>bantamensis</em> <em>tjicumpaensis</em> population with <em>T.</em> (<em>Zaria</em>) <em>javana</em>. The results of the identification were carried out by a T-Test on the biometric aspect to see the similarity of the biometric aspects of the two populations. Based on the results of the T-Test on the parameters of the Wsut: Wang and Wsut: L ratio, it shows that the two <em>Zaria</em> species are the same. Meanwhile, from the morphological aspect, there is a slight difference in the early growth peripherals.</p> 2021-09-22T03:49:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology https://journal.uir.ac.id/index.php/JGEET/article/view/7790 Back matter JGEET Vol 06 No 03 2021 2021-09-30T07:48:49+00:00 JGEET (J. Geoscience Eng. Environ. Technol.) jgeet@journal.uir.ac.id <p>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;</p> 2021-09-30T02:34:39+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Journal of Geoscience, Engineering, Environment, and Technology