Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie was born in Parepare

Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie was born in
Parepare, South Sulawesi, June 25, 1936 was
the third President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Habibie is the fourth of eight children, spouse
Alwi Abdul Jalil Habibie and RA Tuti Marini
Puspowardojo. Alwi Abdul Jalil Habibie was
born on August 17, 1908 in Gorontalo and RA
Tuti Marini was born in Yogyakarta
Puspowardojo 10 November 1911. Mother R.A.
Tuti Marini Puspowardojo is the son of an
ophthalmologist in Yogya, and his father is
named Puspowardjojo served as a school owner.
B.J. Hasri Ainun Habibie Besari
married on May 12, 1962, and had
two sons, namely Ilham Akbar and
Thareq Kemal. Habibie passed his
childhood with his brothers in
Pare-Pare, South Sulawesi. Firmly
adhered to the principles of nature
have been shown Habibie since
childhood. Habibie, who had a
passion to ride this horse, had to
lose his father, who died on 3
September 1950 of a heart attack.
Shortly after his father died, Habibie moved to London
to study at Gouvernments Middlebare School. In high
school, he began to look outstanding achievements,
especially in the exact sciences lessons. Habibie became
a favorite figure in the school. After graduating SMAK
Dago in Bandung in 1954, he entered the University of
Indonesia in Bandung (ITB Now) He studied
mechanical engineering. . In the 1955-1965 he
continued his study of aeronautical engineering,
aircraft construction specialties, at the RWTH Aachen,
West Germany, received his Diplom ingineur in 1960.
In 1967, he became honorary professor (Professor) at
Institut Teknologi Bandung. Habibie steps much
admired, full of controversy, a lot of admirers but not
a few who do not agree with him. Each time, winning
the prestigious Theodore van Karman Award, was
returning from the "habitat" of Germany, he always
made the news. Habibie's only a year studying at ITB
Bandung, 10 years of college until my doctorate
aircraft construction in Germany with honors Summa
Cum laude.
Then worked in the aircraft industry-leading
Messerschmitt-Bolkow Blohm, an airline based in
Hamburg, Germany, to reach the peak of his career as
a vice president of technology. In 1973, he returned to
Indonesia at the request of former president Suharto.Ia
later served as Minister of State for Research and
Technology from 1978 until March 1998. Before
becoming President (21 May 1998-20 October 1999),
BJ Habibie is the Vice President (14 March 1998-21
May 1998) in Development Cabinet VII under
President Soeharto.
He was made chairman of ICMI (Indonesian Muslim
Intellectuals Association), in his tenure as menteri.Di
Indonesia, Habibie's 20 years as State Minister for Research
and Technology / Chief BPPT, led 10 state-owned company
of Strategic Industries, the Assembly elected a Vice President,
and sworn in by Chief Justice to replace President Soeharto
Suharto handed the presidency to Habibie under Article 8 of
the 1945 Constitution. Until finally forced Habibie also
stepped down from the East Timor referendum voted for
independence. MPR his accountability speech was rejected.
He went back to ordinary citizens, also emigrated settled back
to Germany.
Most of his work in calculating and designing
several aircraft manufacturing project:
* VTOL (Vertical Take Off & Landing) DO-31 Transport Aircraft.
* Military Transport Aircraft C-130 Transall.
* Hansa Jet 320 (Aircraft Executive).
* Airbus A-300 (to 300 passengers)
* CN - 235
* N-250
* And indirectly participated in the count and design:
• BO-105 helicopter.
• Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA).
• Some projects missiles and satellites.
Some Signs Sale / His honor:
* 1976 - 1998 Director of PT. Nusantara Aircraft
Industry / IPTN.
* 1978 - 1998 Minister of State for Research and
Technology Republic of Indonesia.
* Chairman of the Agency for the Assessment and
Application of Technology / BPPT
* 1978 - 1998 Director of PT. PAL Indonesia (Persero).
* 1978 - 1998 Chairman of the Industrial
Development Authority Batam Island / Opdip Batam.
* 1980 - 1998 Chairman of the Defence Industry
Development (Presidential Decree. 40, 1980)
* 1983 - 1998 Director, PT Pindad (Limited).
* 1988 - 1998 Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees of
the Strategic Industries.
* 1989 - 1998 Chairman of the Strategic Industry Manager
* 1990 - 1998 Chairman of the Association of Muslim
Scholars se-lndonesia/lCMI.
* 1993 Daily Presidium Coordinator, Board of Trustees of
* 10 March to 20 May 1998 Vice President of the Republic
of Indonesia
* May 21, 1998 - October 1999 the President of the
Republic of Indonesia
Habibie, who discovered how to crack propagation
point of work, which became known as the theory of
crack progression. With his theory, Habibie managed
to crack it with a detailed count until the count of
atoms. This not only can avoid the risk of plane
crashes, but also makes maintenance easier and
cheaper. Theory of crack progression or more
commonly known by the Habibie Factor, the portion of
plane steel frames can be reduced and replaced with a
dominance of aircraft aluminum in the body. And can
reduce the weight of the plane without the weight of
passengers and fuel to 10 percent of conventional
Habibie factor it also has a role in the development of the
incorporation of parts per airframe. Connection so that
the cylindrical fuselage with the wings are oval able to
withstand the air pressure when planes take off. So also
in connection with the landing gear fuselage is much
more sturdy so it can withstand the load when the plane
landed. Kosntruksi stabilization problem in the tail
section can be solved only in the Habibie period of 6
months only. Discoveries related to the construction of
aircraft known as the theory of Habibie, Habibie Factor,
and methods of Habibie.
Created By: grade 8
Aisyah Khairunnisa
Altafiyani Rahmatika
Jody Furqon Sanjaya
Nurhaliza Fitriyanti Intan
Wini Safitri
SMPN 1 Subang,West Java Indonesia
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