Resource Constrained Time-Space Scheduling Model

by Koshi Yamamoto, Nagoya Inst of Technology, Nagoya, Japan,
Kaoru Wada, Nagoya Inst of Technology, Nagoya, Japan,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Computing in Civil and Building Engineering

Abstract:

This study aims to develop a resource constrained time-space scheduling model, mainly aiming application to pipeline laying world for gas supply under roads in urban area. This model can put out not only time-space diagram but also some useful information for decision-making on schedule of this kind of work. Two types of applications are discussed; one is for a case where construction starts in centripetal direction from both site ends. the other is for following-up the schedule when the slippage occurs.



Subject Headings: Scheduling | Model analysis | Decision making | Construction sites | Gas pipelines | Highways and roads | Urban development | Information management | Georgia | United States | North America

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