Surface water dynamics in swamp areas, whether in the tertiary compartment or in canals, are determined by a variety of factors, including total rainfall, hydro-topography, potential high water overflow, potential drainage, water order network condition, and water order building activity, among others. Since the water availability ebb swamp area still supply from high water and lessened sea water has special character that is acidity, contain pyrites, peat, and met existence intrusion brine at the (time) of dry season, tidal swamp region characteristics are very peculiar in comparison to technological irrigation region. To do so, all of the components must be tested and analysed in order to support the plants’ water requirements. The canals need observation data collected directly on the ground in order to provide reliable observation data. Such a method necessitates a considerable amount of time, resources, and money. As a result, using a computer model to guess and test network output is a viable choice. Linked to troubleshoot above, so required existence to watchfulness besides to assess current drainage system output in water face control at even necessary channel stability analysis in the effort support service and channel maintenance. According to this watchfulness, the occurrence of erosion and sedimentation at channel, environmental service aspect, and qualitatively model constructively SOBEK software can explain sedimentation dynamics in canals at tidal swamp region can be defined according to intact method. This method also recommends where and what is the complete minimum water face observation at canals and farming in compliance with climate data.
Author (s) Details
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Bina Darma Palembang, Indonesia.
Henggar Risa Destania
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, IGM University Palembang, Indonesia.
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Taman Siswa University Palembang, Indonesia.
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