Analysis of Water Carrying Capacity in Cibinong Urban Development

E. R.P. Simanjuntak, J. Sumabrata, H. A. Simarmata, A. Zubair

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This study discusses the support of water related to the relationship between the region and availability, and its effects in the future, including the direction of spatial planning, and air requirements based on population development in the Cibinong catchment. In general, there are two main stages consist of several supporting aspects, carrying capacity of water-based on water availability and water needs. In the first stage consisting of: prediction analysis of land cover change; hydrological analysis to determine the planned rainfall for calculating the discharge of the plan; calculation of potential discharge seen from the ability of the land to collect water; and calculation of the ideal area and volume of reservoirs of water bodies. For the water needs stage are based on the calculation of demand discharge based on population projections, and land use; in accordance by applicable standards. The results show that Cibinong Urban area infiltration water experiences a downward trend from an increase in value of 0.16 m3/s/day to only 0.01 m3/s/day. As for the availability of surface water based on runoff water tends to rise statically. But the potential that can be used today as an urban water source is only 1.26 m3/s/day.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012003
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 11 Feb 2020
EventInternational Conference on Sustainable Design, Engineering, Management and Sciences 2019, ICSDEMS 2019 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Duration: 16 Oct 201917 Oct 2019


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