Corri Eriza, Istiarto Istiarto, Joko Sujono


Flood occurs almost every year due to the floatation of Batang Anai and Batang Kandis. In 2001, the local authority made a plan to control the flood in both rivers, which was implemented in Anai-Kandis River Improvement with the alternatives of controlling flood by handling the river courses, such as improving and widening the river channel, and decreasing the peak of discharges by making dams or retarding basin. Performance of flood control structures are made of three alternatives based on the information gathered. First alternatives suggest for repairing the river course and widening the river channel (with levee) in both rivers and floodway in Batang Kandis. Second alternative is similar with the first alternative except negation the leeve in Batang Anai and replenishment of floodgate in Batang Kandis. Third alternative for Batang Anai is identical to the second alternative and also widening the river channel throughout Batang Kandis. The analysis includes the analysis of sufficiency of channel to drain the design discharge and sediment transport analysis for the alternative with the best performance, which both could be doing with auxiliaries of Software HEC-RAS version 4.0 betas. As the result, controlling river by repairing the river course and widening the river channel throughout Batang Anai and Batang Kandis (3rd alternative) gives the best performance comparing to the others alternatives, due to the fact that it could be able to canalize the design discharge of Q50 (1417 m3/s) in Batang Anai and Q25 (293 m3/s) in Batang Kandis. The simulation of transport sediment in Batang Anai with the 3rd alternatives implementation shows the biggest trend of erosion and deposition in a row, located next to National bridge downstream (RS 108) and precisely in downstream of RS 108 i.e., RS 107.


Flood control stuctures, Sufficiency of channel, Erosion and deposition

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