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Integritas Sistem

Prasarana

Konsep Dasar
Kesatuan Sistem dengan Lingkungan
Kesatuan Kronologi Sistem Konstruksi
Kesatuan Code dan Standard dalam
Sistem

Kesatuan Sistem dan


Lingkungan

Sistem Bandara
Tata Guna Lahan
Demograf
Kondisi Perekonomian
Sistem Pertahanan-Keamanan

Kesatuan Kronologi Sistem


Konstruksi

Perencanaan
Perancangan
Konstruksi
Operasi
Pemeliharaan
Penghancuran

Kesatuan Code dan Standard dalam


Sistem
Baku (Standard) Geometri
Code Letter
Code Number

Baku (Standard) Kapasitas Struktural


Nilai PCN

Baku (Standard) Kinerja dan Beban Pesawat


Kapasitas Mesin
Kapasitas Penumpang
Kapasitas Barang

Baku (Standard) Pendekatan Pemeliharaan

CONTOH KASUS

Background (1)
A runway pavement, considered as a whole, is
required to fulfl the three basic functions as follows:
to provide adequate bearing strength, this
criterion addresses the structural capacity of the
pavement
to provide good riding qualities through the
geometric shape of the top of the pavement
to provide good surface friction characteristics
through the texture of the actual surface and
drainage when it is wet.

Background (2)
From the point of view of Functional Condition, the Airside
Facility is facing a problem concerning the sufficiency of
macrotexture, which very much related to the safety level
of the system, especially during a heavy rain operation.
A pavement surface should be designed with a sufficient
macrotexture to obtain suitable water drainage in the
tire/pavement interface.
In order to maintain safety level of airport operations in
Matak, ConocoPhillips Indonesia intends to raise the
service level of the runway surface by conducting an
application of overlay on the existing pavement of the
runway.

Objectives
To provide detail engineering design for the
Matak Runway Overlay Project
To provide bid documents required for the
Runway Overlay Project, including scope of
work, project specifcation, schedule estimation,
and the cost estimation of the Runway Overlay
Project
To provide construction methodology of the
Runway Overlay Project to maintain the service
level of Airport Operations during construction.

Scope of Work
Detail engineering design for the Matak Runway
Overlay Project
Determining project specifcation for the Matak
Runway Overlay Project
Developing construction methodology
Cost estimation for the Matak Runway Overlay
Project
Developing construction schedule plan for the
Matak Runway Overlay Project
Developing the procurement and construction
scope of work document for the Matak Runway
Overlay Project

EXISTING CONDITION AND


BASIC THEORY

Matak Airport Location


Sources : http://kepri.bps.go.id, www.anambaskab.go.id

Matak Airport is located on the island of


Matak, Natuna Islands, built and
managed by PT Conoco Phillips. Matak
Airport is located at 3o20 48.625 N
106o15 30.395 E with the elevation of
6,23 meters from MSL. The location of
the airport can be seen in the picture
below.

Layout Matak Airport

Sources : Topographic Map, PT. Survindo Perdana Satria, Conoco Indonesia Inc.

Runway Information (1)

Sources : Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) Republic of Indonesia

Azimuth Direction
: 18 36
Length / Width
: 1190 m / 30 m
Longitudinal Slope
: 0,60%
Transverse Slope
: 1,50%
Transition Slope
: 20% (11.310)
Pavement Surface
: Asphalt
PCN
: 13 F / A / Y / T
Pavement Strength
: 44.000 lbs
Turning Area
: On Runway 18 and 36
Code Number & Letter
:2C
Threshold Runway 18
: 3o 21 12.6 N 106o 15 30.0 E
Threshold Runway 36
: 3o 20 33.9 N 106o 15 29.1 E

Runway Information (2)

Sources : Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) Republic of Indonesia

Operator
: ConocoPhillips Indonesia Inc. Ltd.
Location
: Riau Province
IATA Code
: MWK
Coordinates
: 3o20 48.625 N 106o15 30.395 E
Elevation
: 6,23 m MSL
Temperature
: 28oC 33oC
Air Traffic Service
: AFIS
Operation Classifcatio
: VFR
Distance to the Nearest City : 8 Miles to Tarempa
Ground Service
: Available
Clinic
: Available
Largest Aircraft
: Dash 8 or similar type

Previous Study (1)


As described in previous study, in term of Structural
Capacity, the Airside Facility (pavement system) of the
airport is sufficient for existing operation.
This is based on the comparison of PCN calculated, both
from theoretical and non-destructive test measurement
approach, and ACN of maximum serviced aircraft, which is
Bombardier Dash 8 Q300 Series, where the PCN calculated
(13 F/A/X/T) is higher than the ACN of the maximum
serviced aircraft (8 F/A).
The result of loading simulation on the pavement system
shown that the estimated life span of the system, with the
same operational pattern, is 10 years from the time being
(2012).

Previous Study (2)


As mentioned, the pavement system of the airport is
sufficient for existing operation. If the system needs to
improve the capacity of each serviced unit of aircraft, the
aircraft recommended is the unit that has lower ACN
number than 13 F/A, such as ATR 72 (Aerospatiale) with
ACN on 11 F/A. This is based on the consideration of
available length and basic capacity of pavement structural
system.
There is a need of increasing the skid resistance properties,
particularly macro texture of the pavement surface. The
study recommended an application of thin overlay mainly
to raise the macro texture of the surface to the level of
more than 1 mm.

Related Theory and


Approach
AC 150/5320 6E (Airport Pavement Design and Evaluation).
For thin overlay thickness analysis for the runway pavement,
Pavement lifetime analysis of the runway, Mixture analysis for
the runway pavement thin overlay,
AC 150/5300 13A (Airports Design) and AC 150/5325
4B (Runway Length Requrements for Airport Design) for
Geometric design
AC 150/5320 5C (Surface Dranage Design) for Pavement
surface drainage analysis.

AC 150/537010F (Standards for Specifying Construction of


Airports) and SNI for Material and equipment quantity
calculation and Material transportation analysis.

COMFAA 3.0 program for ACN/PCN analysis.

FAARFIELD program for thin overlay thickness analysis for


the runway pavement.

METHODOLOGY

Data Collecting

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2.
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5.
6.
7.

Secondary Data
Previous Study
Topographic Data
Air Traffic Data
Hydrological Data
Unit Cost
National
Code
Standard
International Code
Standard

and
and

Detailed Engineering
Design
Pavement and System

Engineering Drawings

Project Specification

Construction Method
Cost Estimation
Project Schedule

Procurement and Construction


Document

Codes and Standards


UU No 15/1992, Air Transportation Act
PP No 3/2001, Security and Safety of Air
Transportation, Government Regulation
PP No 70/2001, Airport, Government Regulation
ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization)
IATA (International Air Transport Association)
FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
SNI (Standar Nasional Indonesia)
And also refering to Matak Airport Pavement
Assessment and Design for Structural Capacity
Expansion (ID-F-MA-CC3-DRT-AP-C0-0002)

Aircraft Type and


ARFL
No

AIRCRAFT TYPE

1
2
3
4
5
6

ATR
ATR
ATR
ATR
ATR
ATR

ATR 72-500
ATR 72-600
BOMBARDIER Q 200
BOMBARDIER Q 300
BOMBARDIER Q 400
BOMBARDIER CRJ 700
BOMBARDIER CRJ 900
BOMBARDIER CS 100
BOMBARDIER CS 300
CESSNA CARAVAN 676
CESSNA GRAND CARAVAN
CESSNA CARAVAN AMPHIBIAN
CESSNA SUPER CARGOMASTER
CESSNA SKY LANE JT-A
CESSNA SKY CATCHER
CESSNA CORVALIS TTX
CESSNA SKYHAWK SP
CESSNA STATION AIR
CESSNA TURBO STATION AIR
CESSNA SKY LANE
CESSNA TURBO SKY LANE
CESSNA CITATION
CESSNA CITATION CJ2
CESSNA CITATION CJ3
CESSNA CITATION CJ4
CESSNA CITATION XLS
CESSNA CITATION SOVEREIGN
CESSNA CITATION X

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

42-300
42-320
42-500
42-600
72-200
72-210

ARFL LENGTH
TAKE OFF
LANDING
M
M
1,090
886
1,041
886
1,165
965
1,165
964
1,409
1,035
1,121
902
1,224

898

1,333
1,000
1,180
1,468
1,724
1,954
1,509
1,890
626
738
1,000
762
347
422
579
497
567
425
461
422
948
1,024
969
954
1,085
1,109
1,609

914
780
1,040
1,290
1,550
1,630
1,350
1,448
495
547
623
530
417
411
792
407
530
425
411
411
725
908
844
823
969
808
1,045

NOTE
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Correction Runway
Length (ICAO Doc
7920-AN/865 part
1)
Actual Matak Runway
Length is 1190 m.
Matak Runway Length
in ARFL is 992 m

No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

Aircraft Type and


ACN/PCN
AIRCRAFT
ATR 42-300
ATR 42-320
ATR 42-500
ATR 42-600
ATR 72-200
ATR 72-210
ATR 72-500
ATR 72-600
BOMBARDIER Q 200
BOMBARDIER Q 300
BOMBARDIER Q 400
BOMBARDIER CRJ 700
BOMBARDIER CRJ 900
BOMBARDIER CS 100
BOMBARDIER CS 300
CESSNA CARAVAN 676
CESSNA GRAND CARAVAN
CESSNA CARAVAN AMPHIBIAN
CESSNA SUPER CARGOMASTER
CESSNA SKY LANE JT-A
CESSNA SKY CATCHER
CESSNA CORVALIS TTX
CESSNA SKYHAWK SP
CESSNA STATION AIR
CESSNA TURBO STATION AIR
CESSNA SKY LANE
CESSNA TURBO SKY LANE
CESSNA CITATION
CESSNA CITATION CJ2
CESSNA CITATION CJ3
CESSNA CITATION CJ4
CESSNA CITATION XLS
CESSNA CITATION SOVEREIGN
CESSNA CITATION X

A.C.N
8F/A
8F/A
9F/A
9F/A
12 F/A
12 F/A
13 F/A
13 F/A
8F/A
8F/A
10 F/A
17 F/A
22 F/A
26 F/A
47 F/A
3F/A
3F/A
3F/A
3F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
1F/A
3F/A
5F/A
5F/A
7F/A
8F/A
9F/A
2F/A

NOTE
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PCN Matak Runway


is 13 F/A/X/T