HW5 - start times, and early and late finishing times. The...

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1) BAR CHART – Simple to make, easy to read and include time, activity and order. Activities are represented by bars. The length of each bar is scaled to represent the expected duration of the task. The bars are ordered from top to bottom and left to right in order of precedence. NETWORK DIAGRAM – Uses nodes to represent activities and arrows to connect the nodes and show the flow. o Precedence diagram – deal with interrelationships. Network of activities with logical connection but not time or direction o Arrow diagram – Applies duration of activities. Describes dependency relationships o Critical Path Diagram – Nodes are show with calculated early and late
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Unformatted text preview: start times, and early and late finishing times. The critical path is the sequence of nodes which has the longest total duration. This is equivalent to the minimum amount of time the project will take. LINEAR SCHEDULING Shows the location of a crew and time when crew is at that location 2) There are 365 calendar days in a year. Working days are days that a firm can work. Usually, working days are every Monday through Friday not including holidays. With the increase in overtime demand, it is possible for work days to break the mold and extend into the weekend...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2010 for the course CEE ID taught by Professor Russeljeffries during the Spring '10 term at Wisconsin.

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