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Decision making for selection of optimum machinery in mega construction projects using artificial intelligence techniques

By: Magar Rajendra B [Guide].
Contributor(s): Khan, Sakib Mohd. Dastagir (14CEM06) [Research Scholar].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Panvel 2016Description: 120p. | Binding- Hard Bound |.Subject(s): Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) | Thesis And DissertationDDC classification: 624.072 Online resources: Click to access e-version Summary: Selection of machineries in construction projects is a central element in the planning phase of the life cycle of the project. Appropriately selected machineries are the lifeblood of any multistoried construction project and contribute largely to the efficient, timeliness, and profitability of the project. An error in selection can lead to large and unnecessary expenses arising from operational inadequacy or failure, and can produce an unsafe working environment which leads to undesirable expenses. It is assured that optimum selection of machineries lower the risk and costs associated with it.
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Selection of machineries in construction projects is a central element in the planning phase of the life cycle of the project. Appropriately selected machineries are the lifeblood of any multistoried construction project and contribute largely to the efficient, timeliness, and profitability of the project. An error in selection can lead to large and unnecessary expenses arising from operational inadequacy or failure, and can produce an unsafe working environment which leads to undesirable expenses. It is assured that optimum selection of machineries lower the risk and costs associated with it.

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