The purpose of the research is to optimize gas pipeline considering multiobjective, such as length, cost, area conservation, and population. Environmental data for peatland and conservation, which are impacted to the route selection, were referred to spatial data from reliable sources. Cost was calculated from estimated pipeline size. Cost approach were related to the inflation of the year. Population data were from Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS). After collecting the data, a software program was developed to solve the problem model. Validation of the program was done by running in lesser data. When the validity was considered good, the program was applied to the problem. Considering multi aspects, the result show the optimal solution. The cost is 33% higher than the shortest route, but the environmental aspect shows lower value. Total CO2 emission and conservation area which are impacted are 35% and 72% lower respectively than the shortest route. Quantitative approach on environmental aspects (total emission CO2 and conservation area) and the social aspect (nearest population) can help decision maker to select the gas pipeline route.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering Research|
|Publication status||Published - Sep 2020|
- Gas pipeline
- Optimal solution
- Route selection