Basic Laboratory

Head of Laboratory: Mohamad Mirwan, ST., MT
Laboratory Assistant: Toni Ika Aritosa

This laboratory is a facility for students to implement Environmental Chemistry course materials obtained in semesters I and II.

General Description of Activities

In this practicum, students are given the material on the introduction to glassware and instrument equipment as well as various types of chemicals and their characteristics in the Environmental Laboratory. Furthermore, they are expected to be able to understand the functions and correct use of the instruments. It is also expected that they can understand the form of chemicals and their characteristics in order to carry out the initial analysis of the samples used in practicum activities. This Environmental Chemistry Practicum is related to simple analyzes, which are used to identify the characteristics of the water samples used.

Practicum Materials

Environmental Chemistry practicum materials include Introduction to Laboratory (introduction to glassware and instruments), Making Solutions (making solutions from crystals/solids and dilution), Volumetry (standardizing secondary materials using the volumetric method), Instrumental (using instruments to analyze the characteristics of water samples), Gravimetric (solids analysis), Acidity, Alkalinity, Hardness Analysis, Langmuir Isotherm, and Qualitative Analysis

Head of Laboratory: Mohamad Mirwan , ST., MT.
Laboratory Assistant: Toni Ika Aritosa

It is one of the laboratories that support student practicum activities in Applied Physics which is taught to them in semester II (Two).

General Description of Activities

In general, this laboratory is used as a practicum facility for students that participate in Applied Physics. It is expected to explain the basic concepts of physics laws through descriptions by using practicum tools to prove the existence of an electric current, Gauss law, electric potential, heat, vibration and wave, sound, optics, emf induction, alternating current, and liquid or fluid viscosity.

Practicum Materials

Practicum materials for Applied Physics laboratories include:

  1. Surface Tension Measurement
  2. Density
  3. Spring Set
  4. Liquid Viscosity
  5. Atwood’s plane
  6. Lens Refractive Index
  7. Liquid And Air Moisture

Head of Laboratory: Mohamad Mirwan, ST., MT.
Laboratory Assistant: Toni Ika Aritosa

It is a laboratory to support student practicum activities in the Engineering Drawing course given in semester II (Two).

General Description of Activities

In general, this laboratory is used as a practicum facility for students that take Engineering Drawing courses using the 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional installations of the Auto Cad program. For instance draws in plumbing systems, drinking /waste water distribution systems, and drinking / waste water treatment buildings.

Practicum Materials

The practicum material for Engineering Drawing includes 2D and 3D material from the Auto CAD function. This acts as one of the supporting software in the field of Engineering Drawing, which consists of the following:

  1. 2 Dimensions: Draw, Modify, Plot, Zoom, Dimension, Layout, Dimension, Properties, Standard, Layer, Zoom, Text, Modeling
  2. 3 Dimensions:   View, Orbit, Solid Editing, and Visual Style

Head of Laboratory: Mohamad Mirwan, ST., MT.
Laboratory Assistant: Toni Ika Aritosa

The Mapping Laboratory is a practicum activity used to implement the mapping course in Semester IV (four). This practicum activity is carried out outside the room and students are expected to have expertise in using theodolite tools and recording the obtained measurement results, which are used to calculate the land contours at the predetermined location of the practicum activity.

General Description of Activities

The Mapping Laboratory, measures the ground surface level or the land contour to determine the design of the drainage system while laying out the design for waste and drinking water treatment plants.

Practicum Materials

Practical materials include the introduction of theodolites, distance measurement, height difference, elevation determination, azimuth determination, elevation calculation, polygon coordinate calculation, contours, and hydraulic profiles.

Facility

The equipment used to Map Laboratory includes theodolite, water pass, GPS (Global Positioning System), compass, etc.

Head of Laboratory: Mohamad Mirwan, ST., MT
Laboratory Assistant: Toni Ika Aritosa

It is one of the laboratories used to support student practicum activities in the Environmental Microbiology course in semester IV (Four)

General Description of Activities

In general, this laboratory is used as a practicum facility for students taking Environmental Microbiology courses. This practicum is expected to explain the relationship between microbiology and environmental engineering, especially the basic principles related to sanitation, public health, corrosion, as well as the basics of bioprocessing for processing liquid and solid waste.

Practicum Materials

Practicum Materials for Environmental Microbiology includes:

  1. Sterilization technique
  2. Techniques for making liquid and solid media
  3. Microorganism identification techniques
  4. Metabolic product identification techniques
  5. Techniques for determining the water pollution level: the Most Probable Number method
  6. Effect of temperature and chemicals towards the growth of microorganisms.
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