Network Planning In an lndustrial Complex Without the Use of a Computer
This paper, dealing with network planning in an industrial complex, discusses the type and size of project that can be handled on a manual basis. After a review of the fundamentals of network planning, and specifically of the Critical Path Method, the author analyses severa] different types of projects, each with its own characteristics. Sorne can be handled in conjunction with a computer, but others can be dealt with equally well without one. Among the projects discussed are a blast furnace reline, the installation of a billet mill flying shear, and routine maintenancetype operations.
Blast Furnace., bar chart, program, Critical Path Method, Gantt chart