. If the cost of crashing per day is 25, 33, 46 and 29 rupees respectively, calculate the additional cost of the project for reducing the project duration. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Rs.596 Rs.632 Rs.659 Rs.694 Rs.753.
51.Robots are versatile, computer-controlled machines programmed to...
finish time for activity
TLF = latest finish time for activity
Activity Slack = TLS - TES = TLF - TEF
* Slack is how long activity can be delayed without affecting project
* Activities on criticalpath have no slack
Duration of CriticalPath –(minus) PathDuration...
critical activity times and cost. You would need to know the normal time and cost in order to decrease the project duration by reducing the time of one or more critical activities to a time that is less than the normal activity time (crashing).
3. Assume that an activity has a normal time of 20...
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1. 26 weeks
2. 32 weeks...
statement and WBS have been developed (i.e., the list of work tasks should be created before—not while—the network is created).
The strength of project networks is their utility as a tool for project planning and control. They are good for estimating project duration...
task I had to draw another network diagram to work out what the criticalpath was. Then I determined which activities (including all other activities) fall under the three headings: ‘Definitely Critical’, ‘Possibly Critical’, and ‘Definitely not Critical’. After undertaking this task I found that...
CriticalPath Method (CPM) is a schedule network analysis technique. CPM was developed by theDuPont Corporation in 1957.Criticalpath determines the shortest time to complete the project and itis the longest durationpath through a network of tasks. Criticaltasks (activities) are tasks (activities)on...
Shortening durations of criticaltasks for adding more resources or changing their scope Crashingtasks by obtaining the greatest amount of schedule compression for the least incremental cost Fast tracking tasks by doing them in parallel or overlapping them
Importance of Updating Critical...
) Calculate the time duration of each activity and the variance.
(b) Draw the network diagram, determine the criticalpath and mark in the network. What is the total project duration?
(c) What is the probability of achieving the project within the deadline of 30 weeks?
Q 6 ) If a project requires...
the organization hierarchy
Roles that are not well defined.
Work pressure and high stress.
42. Please refer to the figure below:
If these three tasks (i.e. TaskA, TaskB, TaskC) are part of criticalpath of one project, what
is the PERT Estimate for the duration of the project?
completion date and cost and measuring schedule and budget variation
Communication Enterprise project management
CriticalPath Method (CPM)
DuPont & Remington-Rand (1956) RemingtonDeterministic task times Activity-onActivity-on-node network construction
Project Evaluation and...
activity(s) duration by one time unit
revise schedule analysis: note new duration desired duration achieved, or budget all spent? no stop yes
Project duration = 22 weeks. Crash the cheapest task on the criticalpath first.
Recording the analysis Identifying the cheapest option...
) A project manager has increased project costs by US $75,000, but completed the project six weeks earlier than planned. What tool is best described here?
1. Resource leveling
2. Duration compression
4. Fast tracking
(102) Which of the following is most true...
duration of the project and its criticalpath or path with the longest duration. The figure below shows an example of a project network diagram that includes the duration estimates and dependencies.
Figure Project network diagram
CriticalPath The CriticalPath is the longest total duration...
Themselves to Project Management Lesson 4. Laying Out Your Plan No Surprises The Holy Grail and the Golden Fleece From Nothing to Something Lesson 5. Assembling Your Plan The CriticalPath for Completing the WBS The Chicken or the Egg? Is Planning Itself a Task? What About Your Hours? Internal...
types of milestone?
8. What are the difference between flag and milestone activity?
9. What is a critical activity?
10. What is resource allocation and leveling?
11. What is a Baseline Program?
12. What are BSWS, BSWP, and ACWP?
13. What are SV and CV?
14. What is a Budget and how...