Use of Gearbox Viar on Fishing Ship

Wakhinuddin, Wakhinuddin and Fernandez, Donny and Andrizal, Andrizal and Nasir, M. and Rifdarmon, Rifdarmon (2017) Use of Gearbox Viar on Fishing Ship. In: 4th International Conference on Technical and Vocation Education and Training (TVET): Technical and Vocational Education and Training for Sustainable Societies, 9-11 November 2017, Padang.

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Abstract

Natural potency, especially fish is one of life source of fisherman community in Kenagarian Siliki Nyalo Subdistrict Koto XI Tarusan. This is included in the area of Mandeh, which is the topography of the bay and headland. Potential untapped optimum, not yet using technology as a boat driving motor. The development goal of producing fishing boats that can move forward and backward. The method applied is the research and development of ship engines and ship propellers, a combination of automotive engineering work, production, and fabrication. Machines used powered 5.5 HP brand Tesla and Viar gearbox. The specialty of this development lies in the integration of Small Engine use with Viar motorcycle gearbox on fishing boats. Test data obtained that comparison ratio of reverse gearbox at 1: 0.75. The development results can be said, each round 1000 rpm on the reverse gearbox input, will produce 750 rpm rotation, a decrease in rotation. The implication is that for the fishing boats in the Nyalo River, the use of these machines and gearboxes is appropriate according to topography, fishermen do not need high speed, the ship can move forward and backward in a narrow area without using a rower.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Teknik Otomotif - D3
Depositing User: Mrs. Wiwi Sartika
Date Deposited: 05 Oct 2018 00:52
Last Modified: 05 Oct 2018 00:52
URI: http://repository.unp.ac.id/id/eprint/18066

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