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CIVIL STRUCTURAL WORK PACKAGE-A

OF CIREBON 2, 1x1000 MW COAL FIRED POWER PLANT PROJECT


PRACTICAL WORK PROPOSAL

In Order to Fulfill the Curriculum and as a Graduation Requirement


Department of Civil Engineering Faculty of Engineering
Swadaya Gunung Jati University Cirebon

By :
Fajar Sholehudin
116130066

DEPARTMENT CIVIL ENGINEERING


FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SWADAYA GUNUNG JATI UNIVERSITY CIREBON
2019

Jl. Pemuda No. 32 Telp (0231) 206558 Fax. (0231) 236742 Cirebon 45132
Website : www.unswagati-crb.ac.id
Email : unswagati@unswagati-crb.ac.id

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PREFACE

Assalamualaikum Wr. Wb

Thank God Alhamdulillah the composer of the presence of Allah SWT, who
bestowed His mercy and grace so that I could complete the Practical Work Proposal
with the civil structural work package-a Of cirebon 2 title, 1x1000mW coal fired power
plant project
Prayers and greetings may remain dedicated to the Prophet Muhammad,
along with all his family, and followers until the end of time.
This Practical Work Proposal was compiled to meet the requirements to meet the
requirements of lectures in the Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering, University of Swadaya Gunung Jati Cirebon.
The compiler realizes that the preparation of the Practical Work Proposal is
still far from perfection. For this reason, the compilers expect criticism and
suggestions from various parties that are constructive to achieve quality improvement
and perfection.

Wassalamualaikum Wr.Wb

Cirebon, March 2019

Fajar Sholehudin
116130066

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LIST OF CONTENT

Preface ..................................................................................................................... i
List Of Content ......................................................................................................... ii

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION .................................................................................. 1


1.1 Project Background ............................................................................................ 1
1.2 Name of Project Activities .................................................................................. 2
1.3 Purpose of Project .............................................................................................. 2
1.4 Purpose of Practical Work .................................................................................. 2
1.5 Scope of Project Work ........................................................................................ 2
1.6 Practical Work Method ....................................................................................... 3
1.7 Plan Schedule of Practical Work ........................................................................ 4

CHAPTER II PROJECT DESCRIPTION .................................................................. 5


2.1 General Project Data .......................................................................................... 5
2.2 Project Location .................................................................................................. 5
2.3 Contract Data ..................................................................................................... 6
2.4 Item Work Details ............................................................................................... 6
2.5 Technical Data .................................................................................................. 8

CHAPTER III CLOSING ........................................................................................... 10

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

1.1 Project Background


The PLTU is a type of thermal power plant that is widely used
because of its high efficiency so as to produce economical electricity. The
PLTU is an energy conversion engine that converts chemical energy in
fuel into electrical energy. The energy conversion process at the PLTU
takes place through 3 stages. First the chemical energy in the fuel is
converted into heat energy in the form of pressurized steam and high
temperatures in the boiler. Both heat energy in the form of steam is
converted into mechanical energy in the form of rotation by a turbine. The
three mechanical energies are converted into electrical energy by a
generator.
In May 2014, the multi-national consortium behind the success of
Cirebon Power’s first unit, began a new journey adding Japan’s JERA to
strengthen the group. Together, these leading companies create CEPR
and initiated the development of Cirebon Power’s expansion project,
1x1000 MW. Not just bigger and stronger, the 2nd unit is built using a more
advanced technology that enables us to generate an even cleaner energy
for everyone. The new unit is set to operate in 2021.
Powering the life of indonesia is more than just a slogan. For us, it’s a
guiding principle that allows us to give meaning to our existence. Cirebon
power was envisioned to pioneer cleaner energy solutions using
technological advances to preserve the environment and to ensure a better
life for all by the power we produce.
Cirebon power is a brand that operates a 1 x 660 MW. Supercritical power
plant in the coastal city of west java. We are developing an even more
powerful expansion project of 1 x 1000 MW Ultra – Supercritical as part of
the government’s 35 GW Megaproject in the same area.
Supercritical and Ultra-Supercritical Boiler technologies we adopt in our
plants are the most advanced clean coal Technologies (High Efficiency
Low Emission/HELLE). It improves our efficiency and enable us to achieve
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fuel cost savings and reduce emissions for each kWh of electricity
generated. This means using less coal, and producing less emission to
generate more energy.

1.2 Name of Project Activities


The name of the project activity is Civil Structural Work Package-A Of
Cirebon 2, 1x1000 MW Coal Fired Power Plant Project.

1.3 Purpose of Project


The Project purpose and objective of the Cirebon Power Plant II
Construction launched by Cirebon Power is to becoming a pioneer of cleaner
energy solutions, supporting environmental preservation, and contributing to
improving the quality of human life in Indonesia.

1.4 Purpose of Practical Work


The purpose of practical work are as follows:
1. Meeting One of the Requirements for Completing Studies in the Civil
Engineering Study Program, Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of
Engineering, Unswagati, Cirebon.
2. Recognizing and searching for answers to problems by applying the
knowledge gained for 6 (six) semesters.
3. Obtain information and learning information that cannot be done in lectures.
4. Learn student learning skills in the Study program taken.
5. To fulfill one of the practical work courses at the Faculty of Engineering,
Department of Civil Engineering, Swadaya Gunung Jati University, Cirebon.
6. This practical work program is expected to be able to help improve
expertise and improve student skills to overcome the difficulties that the
Company has.

1.5 Scope of Project Work


Civil Structural Work Package-A Of Cirebon 2, 1x1000 MW Coal Fired
Power Plant Project that handled by PT. ACSET Indonusa are Waste Water

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Treatment, Cooling Tower System and Switch Yard. The scope of project work
are as follows:
1. Site Preparation, Soil Investigation & Topographical Survey
2. Earth Work
3. Concrete Work
4. Concrete Protection, Water Proofing And Painting Works
5. Steel Work
6. Drainage Work
7. Road and Paving Work
8. Pile Head Cutting, Reinforcement and Pile Cap Connection
9. Temporary Work

1.6 Practical Work Method


1.6.1 Data Collection Technique
In writing this proposal, the data obtained by the author are as follows:
1. Field observation
Direct observation during work and record ongoing work.
2. Study of literature
Real sources of media such as reading, articles, websites related to
practical work material.
3. Interviews with implementers in the field
Asking the parties involved about work in progress.
4. Take some documentation
Documentation is needed to determine the progress of the work. Take
documentation during observation.
1.6.2 Data Types and Sources
1. Main Data
a. Field Observation
b. Interviews in the field
c. Documentation
2. Secondary Data
Technical data related to Civil Structural Work Package-A Of Cirebon 2,
1x1000 MW Coal Fired Power Plant Project among others technical

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drawings, time scheduling and documentation on the ground using
cameras.

1.7 Plan Schedule of Practical Work


Practical work carried out for 6 (six) months is 3 (three) months for
practical work in the field or looking for data and 3 (three) months for
preparation of practical work report in the field or processing data obtained in
the field starting from April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019.

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CHAPTER II
PROJECT DESCRIPTION

2.1 General Project Data


Coal Fired Power Plant Project of Cirebon 2 is under shelter of PT.
Cirebon Elektrik Prasarana (CEP) as the owner. And those acts as a contractor
are Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC), Mitsubishi-Hitachi and
Toshiba. PT. ACSET Indonusa is involved in the consortium with Hyundai
Engineering & Contruction as EPC construction of the Coal Fired Power Plant
Project of Cirebon 2.

2.2 Project Location


The location of the construction of Coal Fired Power Plant Project of
Cirebon 2 is located at Cirebon-Tegal Street Km. 9.5, Kanci, Astanajapura,
Cirebon 45181, West Java, Indonesia (Eastern 230 km from Jakarta, Sea Shore
of Java Sea, Java).
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2.3 Contract Data
Project Name : Cirebon 2, 1x1000 MW Coal Fired Power Plant Project,
Indonesia
Project Location : Cirebon-Tegal Street Km. 9.5, Kanci, Astanajapura,
Cirebon 45181, West Java, Indonesia (Eastern 230 km
from Jakarta, Sea Shore of Java Sea, Java)
Type of Work : Civil Structural Work of Coal Fired Power Plant
(Package-A)
Type of Contract : Unit Price
Execution Time : 26 Months
Maintenance Time : 1 year after the handover of the building
Initial Project : December 26th, 2016
Completion : Scheduled to begin commercial operations in 2022
Contract Value : Rp 171.925.050.000,00 (excluding PPN 10%)
Source of Funds : Hyundai Engineering & Construction, CO.,LTD
Owner : Hyundai Engineering & Construction, CO.,LTD (Under
contract with CEPR)
Consultan : Black & Veatch
Contractor : - Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC)
- Mitsubishi-Hitachi
- Toshiba

2.4 Item Work Details


1. Site Preparation, Soil Investigation & Topographical Survey
a. Site Cutting : 3,25 m3
b. Site Filling : 10,97 m3
c. Disposal : 3,00 m3
2. Earth Work
a. Excavation : 2,43 m3
b. Backfill : 2,63 m3
c. Disposal : 3,00 m3
d. Crushed Stone : 25,50 m3

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e. Compacted Struc. Fill : 25,20 m3
f. Compacted Oil Sand : 88,88 m3
g. Sand Bedding : 33,92 m3
h. Gravel Protection : 31,17 m3
i. Gravel Base Coarse : 34,02 m3
j. HDPE Sheet : 8,77 m2
3. Concrete Work
a. Form Work : 36,05 m2
b. Lean Concrete, f’c=15 MPa : 11,58 m3
c. Concrete, f’c=25 MPa : 15,53 m3
d. Concrete, f’c=35 MPa : 15,53 m3
e. Re-Bar : 159,42 ton
f. Asphalt Impregnated Board : 34,36 m2
g. Expansion Joint : 37,62 m
h. Contraction Joint : 5,30 m
4. Concrete Protection, Water Proofing And Painting Works
a. Epoxy Coating : 27,72 m2
b. Bituminous Coating : 2,52 m2
c. Lining Work (For Coal Run Off Pond) : 42,27 m2
d. Water Stop : 32,95 m
5. Steel Work
a. Misc. Steel For Concrete (Hot-Dip Galvanized) : 4386,50 ton
b. Misc. Stainless Steel : 11738,87 ton
c. Manhole Cover : 190,62 EA
d. Checked Plate Cover (Hot-Dip Galvanized) : 282,78 m2
e. Steel Grating (Hot-Dip Galvanized), T=50mmx5 : 320,59 m2
f. Steel Grating (Hot-Dip Galvanized), T=32mmx5 : 310,43 m2
g. Handrail (Hot-Dip Galvanized) : 268,26 m
h. Ladder (Hot-Dip Galvanized) : 246,41 m
6. Drainage Work
a. UPVC Pipe : 25,86 m
b. Rigid Corrugated Perforated HDPE Pipe : 115,66 m
c. Monitoring Well : 2032,25 Nos

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7. Road and Paving Work
a. Asphalt Road Paving : 26,52 m2
b. Concrete Paving For Light Duty : 40,44 m2
c. Concrete Block Paving : 24,24 m2
d. Curb Stone : 18,00 m
e. Traffic Sign : 254,03 EA
f. Road Marking : 27,44 m2
8. Pile Head Cutting, Reinforcement and Pile Cap Connection
a. Pile Head Cutting, Reinforcement and Pile Cap Connection Works for
Driven PC Pile D400 (Class A3) : 40,13 Nos
b. Pile Head Cutting, Reinforcement and Pile Cap Connection Works for
Driven PC Pile D600 (Class A3) : 47,77 Nos
9. Temporary Work
a. Temporary Scaffolding : 22,40 m2
b. Temporary Staging : 92,56 m3
c. Temporary Sheet Pile : 181,31 m2
d. Strut : 1651,20 ton
e. Wale : 1651,20 ton
f. Bracket : 1651,20 ton
g. Jack : 52,90 EA

2.5 Technical Data


1. Waste Water Treatment
a. Demi Water Tank
 Lantai Kerja
K = 82844 mm = 82,844 m
L = 517,82 m2
 Galian
Offset =1m
L = 590,488 m2
V = 531,4392 m3

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 Tank
d = 22300 mm = 22,3 m
r = 11150 mm = 11,15 m
K = 70,022 m
L = 415 ,265 m2

b. Service Water Tank


 Lantai Kerja
K = 79532 mm = 79,532 m
L = 477,186 m2
 Galian
Offset =1m
L = 547,07 m2
V = 492,363 m3
 Tank
d = 21400 mm = 21,4 m
r = 10700 mm = 10,7 m
K = 67,196 m
L = 359,4986 m2

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CHAPTER III
CLOSING

Thus this proposal was made as an illustration of the activities that will be
followed in the Cirebon 2 PLTU project which focuses on construction of the Cirebon
power plant Mount Cirebon.
We are aware that this proposal is still far from perfection, therefore we ask for
advice and criticism from you who are interested in implementing this practical work
so that practical work activities can run well and correctly in accordance with the
wishes and regulations that apply in the company.

Cirebon, April 2019

Fajar Sholehudin
116130066

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Attachment

SwitchYard

Cooling Tower

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Waste Water System

Work Pile

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