ICE Technical Meeting Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) and Concrete Foundation Temperature Analysis
On the 2nd June 2016 an ICE Technical Meeting was held in Eastern Promise Pub & Restaurant in Kemang. In this meeting Richard Green and our own student, Vincent Jonathan were the speakers.
Richard Green discusses about the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), which is a joint venture company started on 1st of April 1999. JICT is considered as the largest container terminal in Indonesia. JICT covers a total of 100 hectares and handles more than 2.2 million TEUs (Twenty foot Equivalent Units) per year and is strategically located at the industrial heartland of West Java. JICT is accredited to ISO 9002 standards and aims to provide excellent services through the dedication of our experienced workforce and the application of the latest cutting edge technology. Besides the pioneer of 100% sterile Terminal that endow with security, safety and clean in every line of its environment, JICT provides quality services to more than 20 shipping lines with direct routes to more than 25 countries and is committed to providing fast, efficient and reliable services 24 hours a day, all year round.
To optimize service and support the growth of the national economy, JICT has embarked on a number of expansion projects since 2008, including the addition of quay and yard equipment, the implementation of a sophisticated terminal operating system and the first Auto gate system in Indonesia Port. In this Technical Meeting the speaker explained about the geotechnical studies or ground treatment of the expansions project, specifically at the location of settlement.
Jonathan Vincent discusses about the concrete foundation temperature analysis that he analysed during his internship. Data of the thermocouple temperature in raft foundation was analysed using civil engineering structure program, which is MIDAS/CIVIL 2016.