2018 2nd International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities (ICSGSC)

12-14 Aug. 2018

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  • ICSGSC 2018 Preface

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  • A Use of Form-Based Code for Volumetric Morphology of High-density Cities

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    This paper presents the experimental use of Form-Based Code (FBC), an alternative approach to urban planning and regulation, for volumetric morphology towards more flexible and predictable development in high-density cities. Quantitative analysis of the Tsim Sha Tsui (TST) area of Hong Kong results in a workflow for using FBC in high-density contexts; combining transect matrix redefining, the inte... View full abstract»

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  • Approaches in Measuring Retail Visibility Value

    Publication Year: 2018, Page(s):6 - 9
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    This literature review evaluate approach in measuring retail units’ visibility in commercial building. Retail visibility has been stated as a factor that affected retail value. Researches about the effect of visibility to retail value have depended on personal assessment or associating the visibility with the width of shop front therefore the researches that have been done could not accurately qua... View full abstract»

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  • Reveal the Type of Micro-Units as a Living Place in Jakarta Apartments

    Publication Year: 2018, Page(s):10 - 15
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    Micro-units is a term for a living place with the smallest size in its market which fully equipped with kitchen and bathroom. The emergence of micro-units triggered by the increment of affordable housing demand and changes of household size. In Indonesia (in the second quarter of 2017), affordable housing sales rate increase to 72.3% with 34.8% in the range of price 300–500 million rupiahs and 37.... View full abstract»

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  • Balanced Housing as the Implementation of the Principle of Inclusivity

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    This paper reviews some literature on inclusivity in urban environments. Based on literature studies from several previous authors, it can be concluded that we can assess inclusivity based on affordability and accessibility. In this paper, the authors emphasize finding a good method for assessing accessibility. The urban population is now more and more polarized into the pockets of the rich and th... View full abstract»

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  • Daylight Analysis in Low-Cost Apartments in Jakarta

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    The quality of thermal comfort in a house depends on how the openings received daylight. Low-cost apartment in Jakarta was built using various types of openings to receive maximum daylight. However, nowadays, daylight is no longer the most important element for the dwellers. Because of the lack of space and also the habit of Jakartans, the openings are covered with their own daily objects, causing... View full abstract»

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  • Flexible Furniture: A Design Strategy for Multiuse yet Limited Space in the Urban Kampung

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    Limited space in urban area influences people to maximize every inch of the space when accommodating their spatial needs and activities. However, there are also some temporary yet repetitive events that should be provided, especially in community space. A flexible architecture is considered as a potential strategy in the future. The same amount of space will accommodate various activities; not a f... View full abstract»

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  • Jambi Traditional Market as Urban Memory

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    This paper focuses on the impact of the rapidly changed urban space which was formed by collective memory. A rapid change in urban development results in the loss of an essence of space that eliminates the memorable impression of the urban space. The research was completed through field observation and collecting the narration from the memory of a city. Through field observation and narration coll... View full abstract»

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  • Solid Waste Management Models: Literature Review

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    Waste has always been a serious problem, not only to the environment but also to the economic and social aspect. Solid waste management models are created to solve waste problems in different aspects and areas. Many models were made to tackle waste problems in cities or metropolitan areas. Yet, there are no specific solid waste management models that are made specifically for villages that undergo... View full abstract»

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  • Reading Weleri as a (Non)Traditional Market Area

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    This design research was conducted as an initial effort to show that the economic activities in a market are part of urban space and not just about the building. This paper focused on the spatial pattern of the merchants stationed around a modernized traditional market. The research used Tour and Map method to find micro information regarding the trading patterns and the process related to their s... View full abstract»

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  • A Real-Time Bus Positioning System Based on LoRa Technology

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    With the development of the Internet of Things technology, smart transportation has been continuously studied in recent years. In order to help people identify the real-time location and expected arrival time of buses, this paper proposes a real-time bus positioning system based on Long Range (LoRa) technology. The system can ease the anxiety of people waiting for buses and make the travel smarter... View full abstract»

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  • MicroCEA: Developing a Personal Urban Smart Farming Device

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    Growing population, increasing urbanization and competition for shrinking resources, Food Security is a challenge around the world. The UN has made it a top priority in their Global Goals to promote sustainable agricultural practices with modern technologies and fair distribution system to sustain the world’s population. In this paper we investigate the implementation of a micro controlled environ... View full abstract»

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  • Smart Water Quality Monitoring and Metering Using Lora for Smart Villages

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    Water is the basic need and elixir of life. Our daily water supply is through water tanks and dams which are constructed to store water for future usage. From there water crosses many stages through pipes to reach our homes. At each level, source water is prone to mix and get polluted from the environment and humans. Excessive water overflow and pollution are the major cause of the depletion of wa... View full abstract»

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  • Cyber Physical Sensors System Security: Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Solutions

    Publication Year: 2018, Page(s):62 - 67
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    A Cyber Physical Sensor System (CPSS) consists of a computing platform equipped with wireless access points, sensors, and actuators. In a Cyber Physical System, CPSS constantly collects data from a physical object that is under process and performs local real-time control activities based on the process algorithm. The collected data is then transmitted through the network layer to the enterprise c... View full abstract»

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  • Semianalytical Horizontal Well Length Optimization Under Pseudosteady-State Conditions

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    In this paper horizontal well length optimization under pseudosteady-state flow conditions considering pressure drop in wellbore is presented. To describe reservoir pressure change during production period, universal material balance method was used. Generalized well length optimization model was formulated to maximize an economic effectiveness which was measured using net present value ratio beca... View full abstract»

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  • Ampacity Analysis of Buried Cables Based on Electromagnetic-thermal Finite Element Method

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    Ampacity of cable system is crucial for cable project design and electric power supplementation. Owing to the heat-resistance property of the material, temperature distribution is the key point of cable capacity, and it is a coupling problem which involves the electromagnetic-thermal multi-physics fields. To solve this problem, the finite element method was studied, and compute program is develope... View full abstract»

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  • An IoT-Based Smart Utility Meter

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    Empowered by the Internet of Things (IoT) technology, the consumption of electricity, water, and gas by appliances in residential units can be collected more frequently nowadays. However, these meters are still discrete and placed in different locations in apartments or houses. This paper proposes the design, development, and testing of an integrated IoT-based smart utility meter that monitors the... View full abstract»

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  • A Methodology to Implement and Investigate Performance of Sampled Values for Wide-Area Protection

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    IEC 61850 has been widely introduced into substations with the intention of reducing the complexity of hard-wired connections and implementing ethernet communications in protection and control applications. This standard is primarily designed to work within a substation and provide reliable communication framework between substation control room to all connected bay level and process level equipme... View full abstract»

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  • Research of Voltage Stability in 10 kV Distribution Networks during Integrating the 2 MW Solar Power Plant

    Publication Year: 2018, Page(s):91 - 94
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    In Kazakhstan, a number of measures have been taken to stimulate the introduction of renewable energy, one of which is solar energy [1], [2]. Until 2025, the introduction of solar power plants (SPP) will be 650 MW. When integrating solar panels with inverter coupling into electrical networks, a number of difficulties arise related to the stability of the voltage in transient modes. The converter v... View full abstract»

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