Perancangan Buried Pipeline Fuel Hydrant System dari DPPU ke Terminal Kargo Bandara International di Jakarta

  • Ihsanudin Sdr.
  • Poernomo Heroe
  • Mahardhika Pekik
Keywords: stress analysis, burried pipe, ASME B31.4, API 1102, crossing highway, crossing railway


Fuel Hydrant System is a distribution system of aircraft fuel by draining the fuel from storage area (DPPU) to each aircraft gate parking by using a buried pipe. The pipe specification use API 5L 20 inch and 6 inch.The purpose of this final project is get a safety system design of pipe according to code which exist for Fuel Hydrant System cargo terminal airport and analyze stress with software caesar II and Pipeline Toolbox on the critical line, crossing highway and crossing railway. Specification of the pipe in buried piping systems should be designed to hold wide range of live load, dead load and the operating  pressure of the pipeline. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 407 about Aircraft Fuel Servicing, point Fueling hydrant, cabinets, and pits should be placed at least 15.2 m from the terminal building, hangars, service building, or enclosed passenger concourse (other than loading bridges). Based on the standard ASME B31.4 and Api 1102, pipe material API 5L grade B Sch 60 and 40 can handled stress from sustain, occasional, expansion, and live load.