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open-access-imgOpen AccessThe Effects of Rain Intensity and Water Elevation with Energy Productivity of Kracak Hydro Power Plant, Bogor Regency – West Java
Author(s)
Imam Arif Rahardjo,
Suyitno Suyitno,
Massus Subekti,
Wawan Gunawan,
Rendhy Wijayanto,
Imam Mahir,
Sakirah
Publication year2021
Publication title
journal of physics. conference series
Resource typeJournals
PublisherIOP Publishing
This paper was aimed to know the effects of rain intensity and water elevation with energy productivity of Kracak Hydro Power Plant, Bogor Regency – West Java. The method used multiple regression analysis with a quantitative approach to describe the effects of rain intensity and water elevation with energy productivity of Kracak Hydro Power Plant. Based on the data, the highest rain intensity was in February of 13,35 mm with water elevation of 346,09 cm and produced electrical energy of 198.296 kWh. The lowest rain intensity was in July of 0,86 mm with water elevation of 194,02 cm and produced electrical energy of 49.772 kWh. The average rain intensity was 8,9 mm with water elevation of 324,12 cm and produced electrical energy of 156.010 kWh. The results of testing the effect of rain intensity with energy productivity at the Kracak hydropower plant resulted in a significance value of 0.002 (p <0.05) and a t value of 4.306. This value indicates that the significance value is below 0.05 and has a positive coefficient direction. It means that rain intensity has a significant positive effect with energy productivity at the Kracak hydropower plant. And the results of testing the effect of water elevation with energy productivity at the Kracak hydropower plant resulted in a significance value of 0.003 (p <0.05) and a t value of 3.864. This value indicates that the significance value is below 0.05 and has a positive coefficient direction. It means that water elevation has a significant positive effect with energy productivity at the Kracak hydropower plant. The conclusion on this research is the rain intensity and water elevation have effects with energy productivity of Kracak Hydro Power Plant.
Subject(s)economics , electrical engineering , elevation (ballistics) , energy (signal processing) , energy intensity , engineering , environmental science , geology , geometry , geotechnical engineering , hydrology (agriculture) , hydropower , intensity (physics) , macroeconomics , mathematics , physics , productivity , quantum mechanics , statistics
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank0.21
H-Index85
eISSN1742-6596
pISSN1742-6588
DOI10.1088/1742-6596/2111/1/012044

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