PROPOSE SAFETY ENGINEERING CONCEPT SPEED LIMITER AND FATIGUE CONTROL USING SLIFA FOR TRUCK AND BUS

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    • Publication Information:
      Universitas Mercu Buana, 2020.
    • Publication Date:
      2020
    • Collection:
      LCC:Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
    • Abstract:
      In 2015, there were 55 deaths from 6,231 accident cases that occurred in Jakarta. A severe problem in Indonesia is the absence of a unique safety device in both commercial transport or personal vehicles and the very high complexity problem of human highways. Consequently, there are many traffic accidents caused by the negligence of the driver, such as driving a vehicle in a drunken, tired, drowsy, or over-limit speed. Therefore, it needs to be innovative using devices to increase speed but able to detect the level of tired or sleepy drivers. This paper tries to propose a concept of improving safety engineering by developing devices that can control the speed and level of safety of trucks and buses, named SLIFA. The proposed device captures the driver's condition by looking at the eyes, size of mouth evaporating, and heart rate conditions. Theses condition will be measured with a particular scale to determine the fatigue level of the driver. Some performance tests have been carried out on truck and bus with 122 Nm and 112 Nm torque wheels and 339 HP and 329 HP power values, respectively, and the minimum speed is 62 km/h. At a top speed of 70 km / h, the torque and power of the truck are 135Nm and 370HP, with average fuel consumption of 3.43 liters/km before SLIFA installation and average fuel consumption of 4.2 liters/km after SLIFA installation. SLIFA can be said to have functional eligibility and can cut fuel consumption by 81 percent.
    • File Description:
      electronic resource
    • ISSN:
      1410-2331
      2460-1217
    • Relation:
      https://publikasi.mercubuana.ac.id/index.php/sinergi/article/view/8095; https://doaj.org/toc/1410-2331; https://doaj.org/toc/2460-1217
    • Accession Number:
      10.22441/sinergi.2020.3.009
    • Accession Number:
      edsdoj.2c653d61574448eafe80d00eeb0a076