skip to main content

Review-Design of Drainage System of Kedungmundu Road, Semarang City with the Implementation of the Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS)

*Anik Sarminingsih orcid scopus  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Dwi Siwi Handayani  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Alinda Astriani  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia

Citation Format:
Abstract

The drainage system in the Kedungmundu Road area has several channels that can no longer accommodate the rainwater discharge, resulting in runoff of rainwater in the drainage channel, which causes flooding and puddles of rainwater in the Kedungmundu Road Area. Drainage in the Kedungmundu Road area has problems such as silting channels due to garbage, soil sedimentation, and insufficient channel dimensions. In the hydrological analysis, the rainfall intensity is 129,586 mm/hour. As the hydraulic analysis, the drainage channel is normalised by dredging sediment in the channel. If there is still rainwater runoff, additional channel dimensions are carried out, taking into account the existing conditions that only Karanggawang Lama road, H. Abdurochman road, and Kedungmundu Lama road changed. Channel dimensions, while for other channels, it is not possible to change the channel dimensions for that, it is necessary to apply SUDS. The Sustainable Urban Drainage System, or in SWMM 5.1 called Low Impact Development, is carried out using rainwater harvesting (Rain Barrel) and Permeable Pavement. The recapitulation of the application of the LID concept in the planning area is known to cover an area of 8.3 hectares of the total planning area of 54.48 hectares. This LID concept can reduce the total runoff value in each sub-catchment, thereby reducing the amount of rainwater discharge that enters the drainage channel with a percentage decrease in the average total runoff value of 19%. The Budget Plan needed to rehabilitate canals and dredging sediments and implement the Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS) is around IDR 5,405,300,000.

Fulltext View|Download
Keywords: Drainage; SUDS; rain water harvesting; permeable pavement

Article Metrics:

  1. Hardjosuprapto, M. M. 1999. Drainase perkotaan. Dep. Pekerjaan Umum: Jawa Barat
  2. Isotta, F. A., Frei, C., Weilguni, V., Perčec Tadić, M., Lassegues, P., Rudolf, B., Pavan, V., Ratto, S. M., et al., 2014. The climate of daily precipitation in the Alps: development and analysis of a high‐resolution grid dataset from pan‐Alpine rain‐gauge data. International Journal of Climatology, 34(5), 1657-1675
  3. Priyanto, Arista, R., and Yosananto, Y. 2016. Pengoptimalan fungsi lahan sebagai upaya penanggulangan banjir kecamatan rancaekek dengan metode sustainable urban drainage systems. Institut Teknologi Nasional. Bandung
  4. Rathnayake, U. S. 2017. Sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) – what it is and where do we stand today?. Engineering and Applied Science Research, 235-241
  5. Schulz1, Gustav, N., and Nisa, M. A. 2021. Analisa intensitas hujan di sungai sunter jakarta utara. UNTAG. Jakarta
  6. Suripin. 2004. Sistem drainase perkotaan yang berkelanjutan. Andi Offset. Yogyakarta
  7. Soewarno. 1995. Hidrologi aplikasi metode statistik untuk analisis data. Bandung. Penerbit Nova
  8. Syuhada, Aulia, R., Handayani, Y. L., and Sujatmoko, B. 2016. Analisa debit banjir menggunakan EPA SWMM di sub DAS kampar kiri (studi kasus : desa lipat kain, kampar kiri) 3(2), 1–8
  9. Triatmodjo, B. 2008. Hidrologi terapan. 4th ed. Yogyakarta. Beta Offset Yogyakarta
  10. Wicaksono, A., and Saputra, P. 2013. Perencanaan sistem drainase pasar johar semarang. Jurnal Karya Teknik Sipil 2(2), 31-38
  11. Wismarini D. T., and Ningsih, U. H. D. 2010. Analisa sistem drainase kota semarang berbasis sistem informasi geografi dalam membantu pengambilan keputusan bagi penanganan banjir. Jurnal Informasi Dinamika 15(1)
  12. Xu, H., Ma, C., Xu, K., Lian, J., & Long, Y. 2020. Staged optimization of urban drainage systems considering climate change and hydrological model uncertainty. Journal of Hydrology, 587, 124959

Last update:

No citation recorded.

Last update:

No citation recorded.