Insitu Permeability Constand Head Untuk Menentukan Daya Resap Air Dan Sumur Resapan Di Desa Sukolilo Kecamatan Jabung Kabupaten Malang

  • Anita Rahmawati Universitas Islam Malang
  • Azizah Rokhmawati Teknik Sipil Unisma
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Keywords: Infiltration wells, auger boring, in situ permeability constant head, geometric factor (F), water absorption capacity (Qo).


By creating infiltration wells, one can improve the soil's capacity to absorb rainwater. Infiltration wells are holes or wells dug into the ground's surface to catch rainwater and allow it to soak into the soil. Rainwater will be gathered and absorbed into the ground through infiltration wells in order to raise the groundwater table and lessen runoff (Kusnaedi, 2011). The Sunjoto (1988) method is one of several for dimensional infiltration wells. The idea that the volume of incoming water can be determined based on the balance between the water that enters the well and the water that seeps into the earth was created by Sunjoto. The fundamental shape of the infiltration well is designed to reach a porous layer of soil so that water quickly seeps into the ground in order to achieve a balance in the volume of entering and exiting water. Researching the permeability constant head in-situ is one technique to learn how much water is absorbed. The study's findings show that clayey silt, sandy silt, and sandy soil are layered together. The permeability value (K) for L=0.30 m is 7.38 cm/hour, for L=0.70 it is 10.728 cm/hour for very fast impregnation, and for L=1.00 it is 9.612 cm/hour. Results Analysis of absorption discharge (Qo) for channel depth and duration (T) reveals that infiltration wells 1, 2, and 3 all have rising Determination values (R2) of 0.70%, 0.89%, and 0.94%, respectively. The maximum result, which is 90%, is indicated by the determination value (R2) on the two geometric components with K constant head. The model predictions are as accurate as the average of the observed data, according to the test result for the NSE value of 0.99. Between 0.001-0.005, the mean absolute error is negligibly tiny. The RMSE value is low or close to 0, specifically between 0.04 and 0.05 for the geometric factor with K constant head, indicating that the difference between the predicted value and the actual value is relatively small.


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How to Cite
Rahmawati, A., & Rokhmawati , A. (2023). Insitu Permeability Constand Head Untuk Menentukan Daya Resap Air Dan Sumur Resapan Di Desa Sukolilo Kecamatan Jabung Kabupaten Malang. Ge-STRAM: Jurnal Perencanaan Dan Rekayasa Sipil, 6(2), 78-83.