This event will provide an opportunity to participants to disseminate their recent original research findings, discuss current issues, and exchange of ideas related to acoustic and vibration technologies including speech, telecommunication, medical application, machinery maintenance and many others. It is also expcected to promote transfer of R & D outcomes into applications that match with industrial and societal needs, which will eventually strengthen the collaboration and boosting the economic growth through strong partnership.
The RECAV 2017, would like to cordially invite potential, original and unpublished works, that are related to acoustics and vibration. Subjects that are grouped under this area include, but not limited to:
The brochure of conferene can be downloaded here
|Benjamin Soenarko (Indonesia)|
|IB. Ardhana Putra (Indonesia)|
|Zainal Abidin (Indonesia)|
|Wiratno Argo Asmoro (Indonesia)|
|Husein Avicenna Akil (Indonesia)|
|IGN. Merthayasa (Indonesia)|
|Iwan Yahya (Indonesia)|
|Matias Handojo Widhi Budhiantho (Indonesia)|
|Harijono A. Tjokronegoro (Indonesia)|
|Hermawan K. Dipojono (Indonesia)|
|Brian Yuliarto (Indonesia)|
|W. S. Gan (Singapore)|
|Khoo Boo Cheong (Singapore)|
|Venugopalan Pallayil (Singapore)|
|Jeong-Guon Ih (Korea)|
|Chairman||:||Dhany Arifianto (ITS)|
|Vice chairman||:||Bagus Tris Atmaja (ITS)|
|Treasurer||:||Katherin Indriawati (ITS)|
|Event Coordinator||:||Doty Dewi Risanti (ITS)|
|Paper and Publication||:||Aulia Nasution (ITS)
Sentagi Sesotya Utami (UGM)
R. Sugeng Joko Sarwono (ITB)
Christina Eviutami Mediastika (Universitas Kristen Petra)
|Monday, 27 November 2017
Venue : Agung Room, Inna Grand Bali Beach, Indonesia
|07.30 - 08.30||RECAV Registration|
|08.30 - 10.20||RECAV Opening Ceremony :
|10.20 - 10.35||Coffee Break|
|10.35 - 12.15||Keynote Speakers :
|12.15 - 12.25||Promotion Session 1|
|12.25 - 13.15||Keynote Speakers :
|13.15 - 14.00||
|14.00 - 16.00||Parallel Sessions (at Agung Room A, B, C and D)|
|16.00 - 16.15||Coffee Break|
|16.15 - 18.30||Parallel Sessions (at Agung Room A, B, C and D)|
|Tuesday, 28 November 2017
Venue : Agung Room, Inna Grand Bali Beach, Indonesia
|08.00 - 09.50||Keynote Speakers:
|09.50 - 10.10||Coffe Break & Promotion Session 2|
|10.10 - 11.50||Keynote Speakers:
|11.50 - 12.15||Promotion Session 3|
|12.15 - 12.40||Exhibition Visit|
|12.40 - 13.40||
|13.40 - 15.40||Parallel Sessions (at Agung Room A, B, C and D)|
|15.40 - 15.55||Coffee Break|
|15.55 - 18.10||Parallel Sessions (at Agung Room A, B, C and D)|
|19.00 - END||FAREWELL PARTY|
|Room A||Room B||Room C||Room D|
|14.00 - 14.17||[RA1011] Vibrato Correlation to Sound Quality in Violin Performance||[RB1011] The Study of Resonator- Diffuser Acoustics Performance Using PVC Pipe||[RC1011] Acoustical Measurement and Questionnaire Survey on the Comfortableness of Conversation in Tavern||[RD1011] Absorption Coefficient of Building Materials in Different Conditions|
|14.17 - 14.34||[RA1021] Frequency Measurement of Bonang Barung and Peking in Javanese Gamelan using Audacity||[RB1021] Effects of Boundary Conditions on a Lightweight Double-leaf Panel||[RC1021] Study of the Effect of Splaying Wall to Modify Acoustic Modes Distribution in Small Room||[RD1021] Objective and Subjective Acoustics Measurement of Audience Seating Areas in a Medium Size Auditorium|
|14.34 - 14.51||[RA1031] Vibro-acoustic Characterization of Angklung Bamboo Tube||[RC1031] Predicting the Performance of Hanging Baffles in Large Swimming Pools||[RD1031] Current Situation of Acoustic Environment in Childcare Facilities in Japan: A Comprehensive Survey in Kumamoto City Region.|
|14.51 - 15.08||[RA1041] Acoustic Properties of Temen and Wulung Bamboo as a Material for Gambang: Sundanese Traditional Musical Instrument||[RB1041] The Usage of Natural Materials for The Green Acoustic Panels Based on The Coconut Fibers and The Citric Acid Solutions||[RC1041] Acoustic Emission Technique as an Adaptive Biomarker in Integrity Analysis of Knee Joint||[RD1041] Outdoor Traffic Noise Effect in Indoor Sound Distribution|
|15.08 - 15.25||[RA1051] Measurement and Visualization System of Eigenmode Shapes Considering Orthogonal Modes on Circular Membrane||[RB1051] Dynamical Mechanical Characterization of a Nanostructured Vibration Damping Layer||[RC1051] Identification Vocal Cord Condition During Treatment Process with Dysphonia Severity Index||[RD1051] Low-frequency Impact Sound Pressure Level Characteristics with Three Standard Impact Sources in Korean Reinforced Concrete Structured Apartment Buildings|
|15.25 - 15.42||[RA1061] Acoustic Signal of Javanese 56 cm Brass Kempul||[RB1061] Transmission Loss Improvement of Sound Insulation Panel with Viscoelastic Material in Periodic Configuration||[RC1061] Detection of Disorders Vocal Cords Through the Public Communications VoIP Network-based IVR with Dysphonia Severity Index (DSI)||[RD1061] Performance Evaluation of a Back-to-back Speaker System Using a Low-cost Single Board Computer as a Digital Signal Processor|
|15.42 - 15.59||[RA1071] Effect of Leak on the Propagation of High Frequency Acoustic Waves in a Cylindrical Duct||[RB1071] Experimental Study of Noise Absorption Coefficient of Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials and Sawdust Biomaterials||[RC1071] Photoacoustic Imaging of Micro Vessels with Optical Contrast Agents|
|16.15 - 16.32||[RA2011] Characterization and Evaluation the Acoustics Parameters of Graha Sepuluh Nopember ITS Surabaya||[RB2011] Reliability Evaluation Technique of Compressor Using Pressure Pulsation and Vibration Signals||[RC2011] Noise Prediction on the Design of Optimized Fan by Numerical Simulation||[RD2011] Measurement of Bottom Backscattering Strength using Single-beam Echosounder|
|16.32 - 16.49||[RA2021] Assessment on Acoustic Parameters of an Auditorium||[RB2021] Measurement Traceability of Acoustic and Vibration Instruments in Indonesia||[RC2021] Audio Signal Deterioration Caused by Propagation Noise between Audio Equipment (2nd report)||[RD2021] Designing Ocean Acoustic Waveguide Remote Sensing for Target Detection and Tracking|
|16.49 - 17.06||[RA2031] Insulation Performance of Classrooms in Green Building||[RB2031] Evaluation of Acoustic Performance Open-Plan Office Based on ISO 3382-3||[RC2031] Improvement of Partition Material Design for Reducing Noise of Office||[RD2031] Application of Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) to Observe Diel Vertical Migration of Zooplankton|
|17.06 - 17.23||[RA2041] Improving the Sound Insulation Properties of Vacuum Insulation Glazing||[RB2041] A General Description of Measurement Method for Sound Absorption and Surface Impedance of Materials using Ensemble Averaging||[RC2041] A Case Study of Smartphone based Platform for Mapping and Analyzing Environmental Noise in Singapore||[RD2041] Tank Experiment and Simulation of Sunken Hazardous and Noxious Substances Detection Using High Frequency Active Sonar|
|17.23 - 17.40||[RA2051] Flanking Floor Impact Sound Insulation in Cross Laminated Timber Model Building for Experiment||[RB2051] High-speed Vision System for Dynamic Structural Distributed Displacement Analysis||[RC2051] Prediction and Simulation of Internal Train Noise Resulted by Different Speed and Air Conditioning Unit||[RD2051] Underwater Source Separation Using Multi-Stage Independent Component Analysis in Semi-Anechoic Water Tank|
|17.40 - 17.57||[RA2061] Real-time Impulse Response Estimation Based on Mirrored Virtual Sound Sources||[RB2061] Study on Measurement and Habitability Evaluation for Floor Impact Vibration on Prefabricated Housing Floor||[RC2061] Methods to Reduce Noise Level Due To Environmental Changes: A Case Study in Universitas Gadjah Mada||[RD2061] Performance of Underwater Source Separation Using Narrowband and Broadband Signal with Function of Salinity and Temperature Rate in Anechoic|
|17.57 - 18.14||[RA2071] Improvement Acoustic Quality Room Live Music P-Two Cafe Surabaya||[RB2071] Performance and Noise Measurement on the Fan Cooling System of Automotive||[RC2071] Fractal Diffusers as Noise Barrier Top-edge Devices||[RD2071] Alternating Least Squares (ALS) Blind Source Separation Performance Varied on Dimension, Salinity and Temperature Water Environment|
|Room A||Room B||Room C||Room D|
|13.40 - 13.57||[RA1012] Analysis for Active Isolation of the Equipment on Flexible Beam Structure||[RB1012] Effect of Movement on Positioning Accuracy in a Transponder-based Acoustical Positioning||[RC1012] The Relationship between Sound Source and Urban Soundscape||[RD1012] An Indonesian Speech Synthesis System Considering Low-Power Event Before Vowel-Starting-Syllable|
|13.57 - 14.14||[RA1022] Stabilization of the Unstable Rotor System Partially Filled with a Viscous Incompressible Fluid||[RB1022] Experimental Acoustic Modal Analysis of an Automotive Cabin: Challenges and Solutions||[RC1022] Management at Corporate Level of Noise Exposure Assessment and Control for Petrobras Refining||[RD1022] Evaluation and Improvement of Soundscape in a College Academic Library|
|14.14 - 14.31||[RA1032] Drill String Nonlinear Vibrations: Experimental Studies and Finite Element Analysis||[RB1032] Evaluation of Time-Difference-of-Arrival Error of Acoustic Beacons Caused by Velocity of Microphone Array||[RC1032] Noise Exposure in Vocational School||[RD1032] A Multidimensional Evaluation of the Human Perception of Construction Vibration|
|14.31 - 14.48||[RA1042] Design of Half-Car Active Suspension System for Passenger Riding Comfort||[RB1042] Vibration Transmissibility Measurement on Multi Pump Damage Detection Using Accelerometer Array||[RC1042] Sound Quality Degradation of Audio Equipment by Hum Noise Induced by Non-audible High Frequency Electrical Noise||[RD1042] Acoustics Perception Aspect of Sundanese Celempung's Ensemble Recording|
|14.48 - 15.05||[RA1052] Analysis of the Absolute and the Relative Transmissibility on the Centrifugal Pump||[RC1052] The Influence of Non-audible Plural High Frequency Electrical Noise on the Playback Sound of Audio Equipment (2nd Report)||[RD1052] The Development of Acoustic Environment Simulator for Passenger’s Train Soundscape|
|15.05 - 15.22||[RA1062] Vibration Field Estimation of a Plate in Time Domain Using Kalman Filter||[RB1062] Acoustical Characteristics of Device System for Chasing Away Birds at Ngurah Rai International Airport Denpasar Bali||[RC1062] Photoacoustic Imaging of Micro Vessels with Optical Contrast Agents||[RD1062] Correlation Between Earphone Usage and Visiting Game Center with Hearing Threshold|
|15.22 - 15.39||[RA1072] Effectiveness of a Cantilever Beam-Type Dynamic Vibration Absorber for the Cantilever Beam Structure||[RB1072] A Method for Selecting a Proper Modulation Technique For The Parametric Acoustic Array||[RC1072] Exploring the Biodiversity of Alas Purwo National Park, East Java through Soundscape Ecology||[RD1072] Modified Whisper Voice Test as a Screening Method of Hearing Impairment in School Children|
|15.55 - 16.12||[RA2012] Listening to Laser Surgery: Acoustic Waves as Feedback System for Smart Laser Surgery||[RB2012] Sustainable and Tunable Sonic Crystal Made of Used Cardboard: A Preliminary Study on Its Transmission Spectra||[RC2012] Acoustic Characteristic Measurement of Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Main Hall after Renovation 2016 Based on ISO 3382-2009||[RD2012] Introduction to Laser Doppler Vibrometry|
|16.12 - 16.29||[RA2022] The Mother’s Womb Acoustic Environment. Study of the Original Sounds and Replication for Pre-term Infants||[RB2022] Sound Absorption and Transmission Loss Performance of Array Planar Resonator Assisted Multi-layered Partition||[RC2022] Android-based Microtremor Monitoring System for Building Vibration Measurement Application|
|16.29 - 16.46||[RA2032] Statistical Approach on Guests Perceptions about Speech Intelligibility in Main Auditorium of Pinisi Tower at Makasar State University||[RB2032] On the Cavity Spectra and Reflection Properties of Sonic Crystal with the Multiple Slit Type Secondary Local Gratings||[RC2032] Configuration and Welding Characteristics of Ultrasonic Complex Welding Systems Using Two-dimensional Vibration Stress||[RD2032] Damage Analysis on Ship Machine Shaft Prototype Using Microphone Array and Accelerometer|
|16.46 - 17.03||[RA2052] Study on Acoustical Quality of Main Auditorium in Pinisi Tower at Makasar State University||[RB2042] Noise Reduction for Passenger Vehicle Radiator Cooling Fan by Using Plate Material Dampers||[RC2042] Pressure Drop Predictionof a Magnetorheological Valve for Semi-active Suspension System through Finite Element Simulation||[RD2042] Laser Doppler Vibrometry for Structural Fault Identification|
|17.03 - 17.20||[RA2062] Noise Exposure Hazard at the Dr.Soetomo Hospital Surabaya Indonesia||[RB2052] On the Cabin Noise Reduction for Automotive Air Conditioner Blower||[RC2052] Implementation of Time Frequency Independent Componen Analysis (TFICA) for Detection Multi Engine Damage of Rotating Machine||[RD2052] Vibroacoustic and Structural Properties of Lattice Structures|
|17.20 - 17.37||[RA2072] Enclosure Design of Train of Eating and Generator on Production PT. INKA Madiun Using the Analysis of CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics)||[RB2062] Numerical Study on Cavitation Noise of Submarine Propeller||[RC2062] Nonlinear Stochastic Drillstrings Vibrations: Parametric Study for Stick-slip Suppression||[RD2062] LDV Support to the Accuracy Improvement in a Simple Calibration Test Bench for Accelerometers|
|17.37 - 17.54||[RA2082] Sound Absorption Coefficient of Biodegradable Composite Micro-perforated Panel (bc-MPP)||[RB2072] Transport Theory is the Key Foundation of the Theoretical Design of Metamaterials: Metamaterial is Phase Transition||[RC2072] Cochlear Dysfunction with Acoustic Trauma in Fire Shooting Training||[RD2072] Contribution on New Generation Laser Doppler Vibrometers|
|17.54 - 18.11||[RA2092] Song of Nature: Bioacoustic of Turgo Forest in Gunung Merapi National Park Yogyakarta Indonesia||[RB2082] Traffic Noise Control in SMAN 5 Surabaya||[RC2082] The Impact of Noise Variety on Human Blood Pressure Changes||[RD2082] Taking Laser Doppler Vibrometry off the Tripod|
|18.11 - 18.28||[RA2102] Experimental Investigation of Fabric-based Micro Perforated Panel Absorber||[RB2092] Computational Study of Loudness Effect from Supersonic Flight||[RC2092] Noise Reduction For Doubel Fan of Automotive Cooling System by Using Plate Damper Paralel to Radiator||[RD2092] Beamforming Basics|
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Bali’s electricity power supply operates at 220volts / 50Hz (hertz/cycles), this is the same as Australia and many European countries that operate 220-240v / 50Hz. North America however, operates at 110-120volt and the electricity is generated at 60 Hz (cycles).
Cycles: This difference in cycles (50Hz Vs 60Hz) may cause the motor in your 60 Hz North American appliance to operate slightly slower when used on 50 Hz. Also some 60Hz devices such as travel clocks may not function normally on 50Hz current.
Voltage: But it is the voltage that is most important. If you try to operate a 110v appliance on Bali’s 220v power chances are you will damage or burnout the appliance, not to mention the potential risk of causing a fire.
Important: If your home supply is 110 volts and your electrical equipment does not have a 110/220 or 110/240 switch on it you will need to get a voltage converter to step the Indonesian 220 volts down to 110 volts. These are best purchased in your home country as they are surprisingly difficult to find in Bali and if you do they are bulky and of unreliable quality. Things which it might be wise to check are your phone charger, camera chargers, electric toothbrushes, travelling clothes irons, hair curlers, shavers, hair dryers, laptop chargers etc. some of these devices are “dual” voltage meaning they operate either at 110v or 220/240v. There should be a label on the appliance advising that it is capable of dual voltage, (if not or in doubt don’t use it).
To check the voltage/frequency is used in your country go here: http://www.voltagevalet.com/elec_guide.html
PLUGS & ADAPTORS
Remember, adaptor plugs DO NOT convert electricity; they simply modify foreign outlets
You can purchase power plug adaptors at department stores in Bali for about IDR 20,000 which is a bit over USD 2. If you are taking several electrical appliances from home to Bali it might be worth considering buying just the one adaptor plug and having it fitted to a “home” power board of 4 outlets (see below) so you have available more convenient multiple power outlets to charge and power your appliances. Electrical equipment and appliances are generally risky buys in Bali as the warranty will probably not be honored once you get home and you will find that they aren’t that much cheaper in Bali either. An exception might be a cheap portable DVD player which will overcome the frustration of a hotel with only Indo TV programs available.
Here is a handy link for everything you should know about power adaptors in all countries: http://www.voltagevalet.com/country/all.html
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