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Sudibyo, B. Eng., M.Sc.,Phd Candidate

 

Post Graduate Student

School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Engineering campus, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

 

Website 1 : http://sudibyo.webs.com

Website 2 : http://pcrg.eng.usm.my

E-mail : [email protected]

HP : +60133577405, +6282377054527


 Publication :

1. Sudibyo, M.B. How, N. I. Basir and N. Aziz, “Study of magnetic field effects on copper electrodeposition”. RSCE – SOMCHE, 2nd -3rd December 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pp. 961 - 964.

2. Sudibyo, A. B. Ismail, M. H. Uzir, M. N. Idris and N. Aziz, “Magnetic Field Influence on Limiting Current of Tin Electrodeposition,” International Conf. on Green Tech. and Eng., 15 – 17 April 2009, Lampung, Indonesia,Vol. 2, paper 52.

3. Sudibyo, A. B. Ismail, M. H. Uzir, M. N. Idris and N. Aziz, “Study of Magnetic Field Effect in Cobalt Electrodeposition,” International Conf. on Green Tech. And Eng., 15 – 17 April 2009, Lampung, Indonesia, Vol. 2, paper 53.

4. Sudibyo, A. B. Ismail, M. H. Uzir, M. N. Idris and N. Aziz, “Magnetic Field Influence on Limiting Current of Lead Electrodeposition,” Journal REINTEK - UMSU, December 2009, Medan, Indonesia, Vol. 4 No. 2.

5. Sudibyo, A. B. Ismail, M. H. Uzir, M. N. Idris and N. Aziz, “Magnetic Field Influence on Mass Transport Phenomena of Tin Electrodeposition,” Colloqium Post Graduate Student, School of Chemical Engineering – Universiti Sains Malayisa (USM), November 2009, Pulau Penang, Malaysia, Vol. 1, paper S-5.

6. Sudibyo, S. Priyatno, “Fire Safety on Chemical Industry : A Review”, Proceeding of Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Conference, Aug 2010, Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Dept., National University of Jakarta – Indonesia.

7. Sudibyo; Murat, M.N.; Aziz, N.; , "Simulation studies of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether production in reactive distillation," Control System, Computing and Engineering (ICCSCE), 2011 IEEE International Conference on , vol., no., pp.369-374, 25-27 Nov. 2011, doi: 10.1109/ICCSCE.2011.6190554,

8. Sudibyo, Iqbal, I.M., Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Comparison of MIMO MPC and PI Decoupling in Controlling Methyl Tert-butyl Ether Process”, 11th International Symposium on Process Systems Engineering, Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Volume 31, 2012, Pages 345–349, doi: B9780444595072500615

9. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Dynamic Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether Reactive Distillation”, 11th International Symposium on Process Systems Engineering, Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, Volume 31, 2012, Pages 130–134, doi: B9780444595072500184

10. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Neural - Wiener Model for Multivariable Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether (MTBE) reactive distillation”, 2nd International Conference on Engineering and Technology InnovationKaohsiung, Taiwan 2-3 Nov 2012, Applied Mechanics and Materials (AMM) Journal, 2013, Volumes 284 – 287, pages 409-413, DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.284-287.409

11. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Modeling of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether Catalytic Distillation Using Various Advanced Block Oriented Model ”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Process Systems Engineering (PSE ASIA) 25 - 27 June 2013, Kuala Lumpur. Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences & Engineering) 2013, UTM, Page : cheme 187, DOI: http://epublication.cheme.utm.my/187/

12: Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Development of Multi Variable Neural Hammerstein Model for MTBE Catalytic Distillation”, 2013 International Conference on Robotics, Biomimetics, Intelligent Computational Systems (ROBIONETICS) Yogyakarta, Indonesia, November 25-27, 2013, IEEE journal, Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/ROBIONETICS.2013.6743586 Page(s): 99 – 103

13. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Development of Multi Variable Neural Hammerstein Model for MTBE Catalytic Distillation”, 2013 International Conference on Robotics, Biomimetics, Intelligent Computational Systems (ROBIONETICS) Yogyakarta, Indonesia, November 25-27, 2013, IEEE journal, Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/ROBIONETICS.2013.6743588

Page(s): 109 - 114

14. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Neural Wiener Based MPC (NWMPC) for MTBE Catalytic Distillation”, National Colloqium on Process Control (NCPC 2013), Pulau penang, 1 October 2013. Journal of Engineering Science USM, 2014, accepted, http://web.usm.my/jes/

15. Sudibyo, Murat, M. N. and Aziz, N., “Neural Wiener Based MPC (NWMPC) for MTBE Catalytic Distillation using Reduced Sequential Quadratic Programming (RSQP)”, International conference on global sustaibability and chemical engineering ( ICGSCE 2014), 20-22 August 2014, Cititel mid valley, Kuala lumpur, Published,

 

Simulation Studies of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether Production in Reactive Distillation

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Simulation Studies of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether Production in Reactive Distillation

 

Sudibyo, M. N. Murat and N. Aziz*

School of Chemical Engineering, Engineering Campus

Universiti Sains Malaysia,Seri Ampangan

14300 Nibong Tebal, Seberang Perai Selatan

Penang, Malaysia.

*[email protected]

 

Abstract - Methyl Tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) is usually used as solvent, chemical reagent and antiknock additive to improve octane number of gasoline and can be efficiently produced using reactive distillation column. Maximum production of the MTBE can be achieved if the reaction can be kept at optimum operating conditions and column configuration. In practice, changing the column configuration such as tray or catalyst location always incurs high cost. Therefore, the development of the MTBE reactive distillation model can serve as an important tool in predicting and investigating the optimum production for MTBE without the need to run the actual experiment. Therefore, the development of the MTBE reactive distillation model is essential to simulate the process which can lead to high yields of MTBE production. In this work, a detailed equilibrium (EQ) model for continuous reactive distillation (RD) processes is developed using Aspen Plus™ and MatlabTM software. The simulation results achieved is compared with data available in the literature. The validated model is then further used to study the interaction of various inputs and output variables of the MTBE process which can be used for future empirical model development and control studies.

 

Keywords: Reactive distillation; Dynamic simulation; Equilibrium model; MTBE

 

Sudibyo; Murat, M.N.; Aziz, N.; , "Simulation studies of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether production in reactive distillation," Control System, Computing and Engineering (ICCSCE), 2011 IEEE International Conference on , vol., no., pp.369-374, 25-27 Nov. 2011,

doi: 10.1109/ICCSCE.2011.6190554

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Sudibyo, B. Eng., M.Sc., Phd Candidate

 

Post Graduate Student

School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Engineering campus, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

 

Website 1 : http://sudibyo.webs.com

Website 2 : http://pcrg.eng.usm.my

E-mail : [email protected]

HP : +60133577405, +6282377054527


 

TinjauanSingkat Mengenai Pengamanan Kebakaran di Industri Kimia

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TinjauanSingkat Mengenai Pengamanan Kebakaran di Industri Kimia

 

Sudibyo2, Sugeng P.1

Jurusan Teknik Mesin

Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ) - Indonesia

School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Engineering campus, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Seberang Perai Selatan, PulauPinang, Malaysia

*Phone: +60165651468, Email: [email protected]

 

 

Abstrak

Industrikimia biasanya menggunakan bahan mudah terbakar yang diproses pada suhu dantekanan tinggi. Kondisi ini menyebabkan resiko kebakaran yang tinggi. Dalam industri kimia, kebanyakan kematian akibatkebakaran disebabkan oleh ledakan dan menghisap asap beracun yang dihasilkansaat kebakaran terjadi. Oleh karena itu, perlu meningkatkan pengamanankebakaran dalam industri kimia. Artikel ini mengulas strategi dalampenanggulangan resiko kebakaran yang diusulkan oleh organisasi-organisasi yangberhubungan dengan masalah pengamanan kebakaran.

 

Kata kunci: pengamanan kebakaran, bahaya kimia,toksisitas asap, pabrik kimia

 

Pendahuluan

Industri kimia berhubungandengan bahan bahan berbahaya dari jenis organik maupun anorganik. Bahan-bahankimia organik pada umumnya adalah mudah terbakar, bahkan banyak diantaranyayang mudah meledak dan bias terbakar sendiri khususnya jika disimpan dalamkondisi tertentu atau jika bereaksi dengan bahan kimia tertentu. Sedangkanbahan bahan an organic umumnya tidak mudah terbakar akan tetapi ada juga yangmudah meledak  dan zat pengoksidasi. Dalam artikel ini akan dilaskan beberapametode mencegah kebakaran di pabrik kimia yang terdiri dari:

-         konstruksi bangunan harus tahanapi (fireproof) dan layak

-         Proses yangberbahaya di isolasi dalam area khusus

-         Proses yangberbahaya dijalankan sesuai prosedur yang benar

-         Semua kondisi yangmembahayakan proses dihilangkan

-         Tersedia alat pemadamkebakaran yang layak ditempat tersebut

-         Meningkatkansystem pengamanan kebakaran.







Ringkasan

Setiap tahun, banyakpekerja meninggal dan terluka dalam kebakaran pabrik kimia selain itu kerugianmaterial dialami pabrik-pabrik kimia. Untuk mengatasi hal ini diperlukan usahauntuk meningkatkan pengamanan terhadap kebakaran. Melalui perencanaan dan usahayang sungguh-sungguh maka resiko kebakaran akan dapat dikurangi.

 

Daftar Pustaka

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Bernard f. F. 1935. Fire preventionand protection in chemical industries. Industrial and engineering chemistry27. (11), 1305

 

George V.H., Noureddine B.1999.Performancecriteria used in fire safety design. Automation in Construction (8) 489–501

 

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Fundamental Study of Magnetic Field Effects on Electrodeposition of Copper

Posted by sudibyo on July 21, 2010 at 3:28 AM Comments comments (0)

Fundamental Study of Magnetic Field Effects on Electrodeposition of Copper

 

Sudibyo , M.B. How, N. I. Basir and N. Aziz

School of Chemical Engineering, EngineeringCampus, Universiti Sains Malaysia

14300 Nibong Tebal, Seberang PeraiSelatan,  Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

*Corresponding author. Phone : +6(04)59966457, Fax. +6(04) 5941013, Email: [email protected]

 

Abstract

 

The control of surface microstructure of transitionmetal thin film has both scientific and technological importance. Electrodepositionis one of convenient techniques that can control the surface morphology and thecrystal orientation of thin metal films. Electrodeposition is used to improvecontact resistance, reflection properties of material and to impart frictionproperties. It is also used to impart corrosion resistance or particulardesired physical or mechanical properties on the surface metal. Obtaining auniform, dense and compact deposition is one of the major problem inelectrodeposition. There are numerous studies that had been carried out toreduce it. One of methods available to overcome this problem ismagnetoelectrodeposition (MED). MED plays a vital role in electrodepositionprocess to synthesize metal alloy, thin film, multilayer, nanowires, multilayernanowires, dot array and nanocontacts which are the technology of the future tobuild the next generation of computing devices. As this technology is notwidely being investigated, this work is to focus on the fundamental study ofthe magnetic field effects on electrodeposition. Copper were chosen as the makeup material for the anode and cathode forthe electrodeposition unit. The effects of magnetic fields on copperelectrodeposition are investigated in terms of variations in the magnetic fieldstrength, the voltage potential, the electrolyte concentration and the magneticfield alignment. The experiments are conducted in a simple electrodepositionunit consisting of a central cathode and a circular anode ring. The magneticfield is introduced externally. Based on the experimental results, the merepresence of magnetic field would results in a compact deposit. As the magneticfield strength is increased, the deposit grows denser. The increment inelectrical potential and concentration also leads to the increase the depositedsize. Different compact deposited metal structures are observed when there arevariations in the magnetic field alignments. Finally, the optimum conditions ofthe magnetic electrodeposition of copper are proposed based on the experimentalresults.

 

Keywords: copper deposition, fractal, magnetic field, magnetoelectrodeposition,electrodeposition



Fig. 1: ExperimentalSetup to investigate growth fractalunder MFE

 





Fig. 2: Copperelectrodeposits (applied voltage 6 V, CuSO4 0.2 M, time duration 20minutes) : (a) without magnet, ( b) in weak magnetic field (ferrite magnet),(c) in strong magnetic field ( neodium magnet)

 





Acknowledgment.

 

This work was supported by FRGS under grant  No. 607113, Malaysia.

 

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(3)    Mhiochain, T.R.N., Hinds, G., Martin, A., Chang Z.Y.E., Lai, A.,Costiner, I., Coey, J.M.D. (2004). Influenceof magnetic field and gravity on the morphology of zinc fractalelectrodeposits. Electrochimica  Acta 49, pp 4813-4828.

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Semi-empirical Equation of Limiting Current for CobaltMagnetoelectrodeposition in the Presence Additive Elctrolyte

Posted by sudibyo on July 21, 2010 at 3:18 AM Comments comments (0)

Semi-empirical Equation of Limiting Current for CobaltMagnetoelectrodeposition in the Presence Additive Elctrolyte

 

Sudibyo1, A. B. Ismail2 and N. Aziz1*

 

1School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti SainsMalaysia

2School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering,Universiti Sains Malaysia

Engineering campus, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Seberang PeraiSelatan, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

*Corresponding author, Tel: +604 5996457; Fax: +6045941013; e-mail: [email protected]

 

 

Abstract

One of the methods availableto solve a roughening problem in electrodeposition is magnetoelectrodeposition(MED). This work is coined to focus on the limiting current under a magneticfield effects (MFE) on an electrodeposition of cobalt in the presence boricacid as additives electrolyte. The limiting current isvery important because it will affect the optimum mass transport achieved inthe elecrodeposition process. Here, the MFEon limiting current electrodeposition are investigated in terms of variationsin the electrode area (A), the concentration of the electro active species (C), the diffusion coefficient of theelectroactive species (D), thekinematic viscosity of the electrolyte (v),magnetic strength (B) and the number ofelectrons involved in the redox process (n). We concluded thatthe semi–empirical equation of limiting current under a magnetic field forcobalt MED is: 

iB =K C1.297A0.748Dv-0.664B0.336n1.385, where K is6.7 × 107 mA mol-1.297cm1.252S-0.664T-0.336s.

 

Keywords: magnetoelectrodeposition; semi–empiricalequation; limiting current; additive; cobalt electrodeposition



Plate 1: Experimental setupfor development of semi-empirical equation of iB

 

 





Plate 2: Three-electrodeelectrochemical cell in cavity of electromagnet poles

 




Acknowledgment

 

Financial supports from Ministry of HigherEducation Malaysia through FRGS grant No. 607113 is greatly acknowledged.

 

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Semi-empirical Equation of Limiting Current for Tin Magnetoelectrodeposition in the Presence Additive Elctrolyte

Posted by sudibyo on July 21, 2010 at 3:09 AM Comments comments (0)

Semi-empirical Equation of Limiting Current for Tin Magnetoelectrodeposition in the Presence Additive Elctrolyte  


Sudibyo1, A. B. Ismail2, and N. Aziz1*

 

1School of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

2School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Engineering campus, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Seberang Perai Selatan, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

*Phone: +6(04)599 6457 Fax. +6(04) 5941013, Email: [email protected]

 

Abstract

Tinmagnetoelectrodeposition (MED) is one of methods that can obtain moreuniform and compact structure of tin elctrodeposits. This newtechnology on tin electropositions process can be an alternativeprocess to produce nanomaterials and new generations of electronicsdevice. Measuring the limiting current is important in order to knowMFE on the mass transport phenomena of electrodeposition process. MFEon tin electrodeposition were investigated in terms of variations inthe effect of magnetic strength (B), the electrode area (A), theconcentration of the electro active species (C), the diffusioncoefficient of the electro active species (D), and the kinematicviscosity of the electrolyte (v) and the number of electrons of theredox process (n). MFE with flux density up to 0.3 T on tinelectrodeposition from sulphate electrolyte has been investigated. Weconcluded that the limiting current under magnetic field on tinelectrodepositing, iB = K C1.272A0.746 Dv-0.67B0.334n1.382 where K is

3.07 × 107  mA mol-1.272cm1.254S-0.67T-0.334s.

 

Keywords: Tin deposition; Magnetoelectrodeposition; Limiting current; semi-empirical equation, additive electrolyte

 

 

 Plate 1: Experimental setup for development of semi-empirical equation of iB

 

 

Plate 2: Three-electrode electrochemical cell in cavity of electromagnet poles

 

 

Acknowledgment

Financial supports from Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia through FRGS grant No. 607113 is greatly acknowledged.

 

References:

 

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4.    A. Bund, S Koehler, H. H. Kuehnlein, W. Plieth, Electrochim. Acta, 49, 147 (2003).

5.    T.R. Ni Mhiochain, G. Hinds, A. Martin, E. Chang, A. Lai, L. Costiner, J.M.D. Coey, Electrochim Acta 49, 4813 (2004).

6.    S. Legeai, M. Chatelut, O. Vittori, J.P. Chopart, O. Aaboubi, Electrochim. Acta, 50, 51(2004).

7.    L. Mollet, P. Dumargue, P. Daguenet, D. Bodiot, Electrochim. Acta 19, 841 (1974).

8.    R. Aogaki, K. Fueki, T. Mukaibo, Denki Kagaku, 44, 89 (1976).

9.    J.P. Chopart, J. Douglade, P. Fricoteaux, A. Olivier, Electrochim Acta, 36, 459 (1991).

10.  O.Aaboubi, J.P. Chopart, A. Olivier, C. Gabrielli, B. Tribollet, J. Electrochem. Soc., 137, 1796 (1990).

11.  N. Leventis, M. Chen, X. Gao, M. Canalas, P. Zhang, J. Phys. Chem B., 102, 3512 (1998).

12.  N. Leventis, X. Gao, J. Phys. Chem. B, 103, 5832, (1999).

13.  O. Aaboubi, P. Los, J. Amblard, J. P. Chopart, A. Olivier. Energy Convers. Manage., 43, 37  (2002).

14.  P. Fricoteaux, B. Jonvel, J. P. Chopart, J. Phys. Chem. B, 107, 9459 (2003).

15.  S. Legeai, M. Chatelut, O. Vittori, J. P. Chopart, O. Aaboubi, Electrochim. Acta, 50, 51  (2004).

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