Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, and Safety

Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety

Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) Laboratory officially established since 1997 for academic activities and research in the Department of Marine Engineering, Faculty of Marine Technology. Activities in this laboratory also conducted by several professors in various fields related to the field of Ship safety and reliability, Doctors in the field of risk management, safety engineering, geotechnical dan marine engineering. This laboratory also have project assistants, Doctorate student candidate and student from Bachelor and Master Degree. By having various member inside this lab, it gives the best result of research and public service in terms of the quality, on-time management and the application.

Currently, RAMS Laboratory is becoming one of the centre of research and academic activites in Marine technology. RAMS Laboratory also has been acknowledge as Research centre in the field of risk and safety of Maritime in Indonesia. It also have various activities done, not only for academic and research, but also for the industry such as Oil and Gas Company.

For research activity, the laboratory has been working together with Kobe University-Japan, The University of Tokyo-Japan, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME R&D), PGN (R&D), SKKMigas, BPPT, STTAL Surabaya, and other prominent institutions. In favour of public services, our main clients are PHE WMO, Petronas Carigali, Chevron Indonesia, Kangean Energy Indonesia, Vico Indonesia, Eni Muara Bakau B.V, HCML, Technip Indonesia, BP Indonesia, PT. Siam Maspion Terminal,

  • PT. Adhi Karya Tbk., PGN, PLN, Titis Sampurna, Padma Energy Indonesia and other companies.
    Research Counterparts
  • Oil and Gas : BP Indonesia, PHE-WMO, Technip Petronas Carigali, Kangean Energi Indonesia, Noble Denton Indonesia, PT. Adhi Karya (TBK) Persero, Vico Indonesia, PT. Siam Maspion Terminal, SKK Migas etc
  • Shipbuilding : DSME, Marine Netherland, Caputra Shipyard etc

 

Research Collaboration

  • Risk Assessment of Subsea gas Pipeline and Offshore Structures of Tanguh Expansion Project
  • Risk Assessment of Platform PHE-7 and Pipeline PHE-7 to PHE-48 due to Marine Traffic
  • Risk Assessment on 14″ Subsea Gas Pipeline of PT. PHE WMO due to Port of Manyar Development of PT. Berlian Manyar Sejahtera
  • Design Analysis of Shallow Water Light Buoy Type SW 220 E
  • Free Span Analysis of Subsea Gas Pipeline of PT. PHE WMO
  • Technical Procedure of Releasing Snagged Anchor of 12″ PHE-WMO Subsea Gas Pipeline
  • Subsea Pipeline Crossing of PHE-WMO and Petronas Carigali : Risk Assessment and Soil Settlement Analysis
  • Geotechnics and Topography Survey for Onshore Receiving Facility (ORF) of PHE WMO Gresik
  • Technical Bidding Document for Free Span Rectification, Anchor Lifting and Retropod Installation
  • Risk Assessment of Flowline River Crossing Installation (RVX 03-RVX 06 RVX20) and Free Span Analysis of Vico Indonesia – East Kalimantan
  • Pipeline Risk Assessment, Free Span Analysis and Pipeline staility Analysis of River Crossing Installation of Vico Indonesia – East Kalimantan
  • The Study of Earthquake and Wave – Induced Liquefaction Along Proposed Pipeline Route of Eni Jangkrik Field
  • The Study of Seismic Liquefaction Potentials in Pipeline Right of Way and Onshore Receiving Facilities Eni Muara Bakau
  • Risk Assessment of Subsea Export Gas Pipeline of Jangkrik Project – Eni Muara Bakau
  • Risk Assessment of 14″ PHE-WMO Subsea Gas Pipeline Due To Development Project of PT. Siam Maspion Terminal
  • Risk Assessment of 12″ Subsea Export Gas Pipeline of Bukit Tua Development Project Ketapang PSC
  • Geotechnical Impacts Assessment of Reclamation Project to Petronas Pipeline
  • Development of Port Master for FPSO Bukit Tua Development Project – PC Ketapang II Ltd.
  • Feasibility Study on Mini LNG Plant Development of PT. PLN Batam
  • Risk Assessment of Banyu Urip Offshore Pipeline and Facilities Due to Marine Operation
  • Risk Assessment of Subsea Gas Flowline of Terang Sirasun Batur Field Phase 2 Development Kangean Energy Indonesia
  • Risk Assessment of Export Gas Pipeline Husky-CNOOC Madura Ltd. (HCML)
  • Flange Tie-in and Pipe Manufacturing Type in The MDA and MBh Fields
  • Market View of Madura BD FPSO Project Husky – CNOOC Madura LTD. (HCML)
  • Hydro Oceanography, Topography and Geotechnics Survey of LNG Terminal Bali
  • Environmental Assessment of LNG Terminal Celukan Bawang – Bali
  • Indonesia Deepwater Development Gendalo – Gehem Project Pipeline and Flowline Risk Assessment

List of Research

Automatic Identification System (AIS)

  • Implementation of Hazzard Navigation Map for Ship Safety Monitoring by Utilizing Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data and Shipping Database.
  • Development of Ship Inspection Strategy by Integrating Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data and Geographic Information System (GIS).
  • The Application of Automatic Identification System (AIS) and Shipping Database to Monitor Port Marine Service Based on internet in Real Time.
  • A Study on Determination of Ship Danger Score by means of Fuzzy Method and Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data.
  • Collision Risk Assessment in Restricted Area By Using AIS Data
  • The Application of Data Automatic Identification System (AIS) as a Support for Geographic Information System (GIS) to Monitor Consumption of Fuel Oil on Ship Based on Internet in Real Time.
  • The Study of Hazard Navigation Map Determination Through Implementation of Danger Score by Utilizing Automatic Identification System (AIS).
  • A Study on Collision Risk Analysis at The Surabaya West Access Channel Using Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data.
  • Integration USEPA Method and Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data for Ship Emission Estimation: Case Study of Madura Strait.

Risk Assessment and Safety

  • Risk Assessment of Subsea Gas Pipeline due to Soil Liquefaction.
  • Risk Assessment of Subsea Gas Pipeline of PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi – West Madura Offshore due to Dredging Activity.
  • Risk Assessment and Inspection Planning Program on Pressure Vessels Using Risk Based Inspection Method.
  • Risk Assessment of Offshore Gas Pipeline of PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi – West Madura Offshore and PT. Hess Indonesia: A Case Study of Risk due to Pilling and Girder Installation of Trestle Extension Construction at PT. Berlian Manyar Sejahtera.
  • Onshore Pipeline Risk Assessment due to Corrosion Defect: A Case Study on Gas Pipeline of PT. Pertamina Hulu Energy – West Madura Offshore.
  • Risk Assessment of Offshore Gas Pipeline Labuhan Maringgai – Muara Bekasi: A Case Study of Risk due to Dropped Anchor, Dragged Anchor and Sinking Vessels.
  • Risk Assessment of Export Gas Pipeline of Amerada Hess (Indonesia – Pangkah): Case Study Case at Zone III Caused by Anchor Drop.
  • Fire Risk Assessment for Passenger Ship (Case Study Ferry Ship Design 5000 GT Owned by Ditjen Perhubungan Darat)
  • Dynamic Collision Risk Assessment of Tanker on Madura Strait by Using Traffic Based Model.
  • Risk Assessment of LNG Tanker: Case Study of LNG Supply from Tangguh to Benoa Bali
  • Consequence Analysis of LNG Terminal in Benoa Bay, Bali
  • Risk Based Design for LNG Receiving Terminal in Benoa Bay, Bali
  • Risk Assessment of Offshore Gas Pipeline of PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi – West Madura Offshore: Case Study due to Piing and Girder Assembling Process of Jetty Extension Project PT. Maspion Unit V.
  • Risk Assessment of Subsea Gas Pipeline Using DNV – RP – F107: Case Study Husky – CNOOC Madura Ltd., Pasuruan, East Java.
  • Ship Collision Risk Assessment in Madura Strait.
  • Risk Assessment of Offloading for FSRU and Offshore Gas Pipeline to ORF. Case Study: FSRU Lampung Labuhan Maringgai.
  • Boats Anchoring Risk Assessment on Coral reefs Damage with Monte Carlo Simulation. Case Study of Raja Ampat Islands – West Papua.
  • Societal Risk Assessment due to Leakage of Fuel Transfer Pipeline from Port to Tank Terminal of PT. Duta Artha Bahari Nusantara, Gresik.
  • Societal and Individual Risk Assessment of Gas Pipeline. Case Study: PT. Pertamina Hulu Energi – West Madura Offshore.
  • Risk Assessment of 8″ Gas Pipeline due to Pressure Changes in Using Societal Risk Approach.
  • Societal Risk Assessment of Hazzard Caused by Explosion and Fire with LOPA Method Case Study mini LNG Terminal of PLN Batam.
  • Implementation of Discrete Event Simulation for Evacuation Analysis of Ro – Ro Ship Passenger in List and Normal Condition
  • Simulation of Various Local Fire Fighting and Evacuation Analysis for Passenger Ship: Study Case of KM. Kirana II.
  • Analysis of Passenger Evacuation on Ro – Ro Vessel Using Discrete Event Simulation and Force Model.
  • The Analysis of Safety Level of Ship Navigation in Madura Strait by Using Environmental Stress Model.
  • Fire Modeling and Simulation of Passenger Evacuation: A Case Study of KMP. Laut Teduh 2.
  • The Usage of JSA for Development of SOP as Part of Occupational Health and Safety Management System for Shipyard Facilities.

Optimum Design of Industrial Facility:

  • Modeling of Control System for Coal Stockpile at PLTU Paiton Unit 5 and Unit 6 Using Powersim Studio.
  • Risk Based Design of LNG Receiving Terminal Based on NFPA 59A, Case Study for Gilimanuk, Pemaron and Pesanggaran Plant.
  • Emission Estimation due to Modal Ship for Container Transportation of Surabaya – Jakarta.
  • Ship’s Safe Manning Based on the Concept of The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006: A Case Study for Ferry Ketapang – Gilimanuk.
  • Hybrid Multiple Attribute Decision Making (MADM) for Design of Marine Fuel Oil System.
  • Port Performance Analysis of Teluk Lamong Multipurpose Terminal.
  • An Application of Multiple Attribute Decision Making (MADM) for Navy Base Distribution in the Eastern Part of Indonesia.
  • A Study on Assessment of Freight Forwarder’s Facilities and Influences on Business Activity for Tanjung Perak Surabaya.
  • Optimization of Bunkering Scenario of Tramper Ship Operation.
  • Cold Chain Design of Frozen Meat to Meet Quality Aspects.
  • Technical and Economical Analysis of Sacrificial Anode Cathodic Protection System with Mapping Sector Method on Legundi – Cerme Onshore Pipelines Belongs to PT. Perusahaan Gas Negara, Tbk.
  • Application of FMEA for Part Boiler Production Machines to Reduce Material Defect in The Manufacturing Process of PT. Alstom Energy System Indonesia (Case Study: Spiral Finning Machine)
  • Application of Fuzzy and MCDM in main Engine Selection For Ships Repowering of Indonesian Navy.
  • Simulation of Loading – Unloading System Using RFID for Livestock Vessel in Optimizing Time and Performance.
    Technical and Economical Analysis of Electrical System Change for Pax-500 Vessel From Low Voltage to High Voltage.
  • The Optimum Interval Time Inspection Analysis for Propeller Shaft System Based on Operating Time by Means of Reliability Approach.
  • A Study on Shape Modification of Indonesia Navy Military Submarine Prototype (Baby Submarine) for Speed Power Optimization by Using CFD Simulation.
  • Cluster LNG as a LNG Transportation Mode from Pagerungan Gas Well to Bali.
  • A Study on Gas Handling System and Transportation System: Case Study of Gas Distribution in Bali.
  • A Study on Simulation of Coal Transportation to Supply The Increasing Demand of Power Plant in Surabaya.
  • The Optimization of LNG Supply Chain: A Case Study of LNG Demand in Bali.
  • Conceptual LNG Supply Chain: A Case Study of Mini LNG Plant Development in Batam.

Marine System Reliability and Availability

  • Technical Analysis of Fuel Oil Conversion from Diesel Oil to Marine Fuel Oil with Respect to Diesel Engine Performance of PLN Mataram.
  • Capability of the Production Process of Sch 40 Tube with 1 Inch Diameter Using 301 Mill Machine.
  • Structural Reliability Analysis Offshore Gas Pipeline Using Hasifer Lind – Rackwitz Fiessler (HI-Rf) Method.
  • Availability analysis of acid Gas Removal Unit.

Maintenance Management

  • The Implementation of Total Productive Maintenance of Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) to Determine Maintenance Strategy On Mill of Machine Tube 303 (Case Study PT. Spindo Unit III)
  • Maintenance Management Using System Dynamics Modelling (Case Study Prefractional Unit PT. Trans Pacific Petrochemical Indotama)
  • Maintenance Scheduling Using System Dynamics for Main Engine Support Systems.
  • Reliability – Centered maintenance Analysis of KRI (Corvette) Malayahati (A Case Study of Fuel Oil System)
  • Implementation of Reliability – Centered MAINTENANCE ii ON TUGBOAT Fuel Oil System Based on Consequences Classification Method of Norsok Z-008 Case Study of PT. Pelindo Marine Service.
  • Scheduling Maintenance of Refrigeration Machinery Using System Dynamic Modeling.

A.A.B. Dinariyana D.P., S.T., MES., Ph.D.

Email: kojex@its.ac.id

Graduated from Bachelor’s Degree Marine Engineering Department, Faculty of Marine Technology, ITS Surabaya in 1999. He took Master’s Degree Program in the Institute of Environmental Studies, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan in 2003. Then, He graduated from Doctoral Degree for Human and Engineered Environment, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan, in 2008. His scope of research are Marine System Safety and Reliability, Risk Assessment, Maritime Transportation, Maritime Logistics, Operation Research, Maintenance Management, Optimization and Simulation in Marine Applications. He experienced in participating in risk assessment of some oil and gas facilities belong to several oil and gas companies in Surabaya, Papua, and East Kalimantan (PHE-WMO, Petronas Carigali, HCML, Kangean Energy Indonesia, MCL, BP, Chevron, Eni Muara Bakau B.V., etc).

Prof. Dr. Ketut Buda Artana, S.T., M.Sc.

Email: ketutbuda@its.ac.id

Graduated from Bachelor’s Degree of Marine Engineering Department, Faculty of Marine Technology, ITS in 1993. He continued his study in Master’s Degree Program in the Department of Marine Technology, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK and completed in September 1997. Then, He graduated from Doctoral Degree Program of Marine Engineering in Kobe University of Mercantile Marine, Japan in 2003. In 2010, he awarded Professorship in Reliability and Safety of Marine System. His scope of research are Maintenance Management, Risk Assessment, Reliability and Safety of Marine System, and Simulation on Marine Hazard. He experienced in leading risk assessment of some oil and gas facilities belong to several companies in Surabaya, Papua, and East Kalimantan such as PHE-WMO, Petronas Carigali, HCML, Kangean Energy Indonesia, MCL, BP, Chevron, Eni Muara Bakau B.V., etc.

 

Raja Oloan Saut Gurning, S.T., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Email: sautg@its.ac.id

Graduated from bachelor’s degree of Department of Marine Engineering, Faculty of Marine Technology, ITS Surabaya in 1995. He continues his study in Master’s Degree in Port Management from World Maritime University (WMU) Malmo, Sweden and finish it in 2000. After that, he took Doctoral Degree in Maritime Logistics from Australian Maritime College (AMC), University of Tasmania (UTAS), Launceston, Australia and graduated in 2011. He is specialized in Maritime Transportation, Maritime Logistics, Port Management, Supply Chain And Risk Management. He is Currently active as lecturer in Department of Marine Engineering Faculty of Marine Technology, Surabaya.

 

Dr. Dhimas Widhi Handani, S.T., M.Sc.

Email: dhimas@ne.its.ac.id, dhimas_mareng@yahoo.com

 

Graduated from bachelor’s degree of Department of Marine Engineering, Faculty of Marine Technology, ITS Surabaya in 2009. He took Master and Doctor Degree Program in the Graduate School of Maritime Science and Technology, Kobe University, and has graduated in 2011 and 2014, consecutively. On 2011 he achieves “Best Paper Award” for Honorable Mention Award from IEEE Conference on “Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management”. His main field of expertises are System Dynamics Modelling, Maintenance Management, Reliability, Availability and Maintainability System. He is currently active as lecturer in Marine Engineering Department since 2014.

Fadilla Indrayuni P., ST,. M.Sc.