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|Title:||CONSTRUCTION PLANNING & MANAGEMENT OF KHAN ABAD IRRIGATION PROJECT THROUGH NETWORK TECHNIQUES|
|Authors:||Miraki, Ghulam Dastagir|
|Keywords:||WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT;KHAN ABAD IRRIGATION PROJECT;NETWORK TECHNIQUES;CONSTRUCTION PLANNING|
|Abstract:||Co#~strUc+ioii p1a l Ui hsd:U1L Yg std tlbl1 ,. oi1i•i~g of a poet through critioa1 path i &bhod teehmique has be- me a useful idol for all kLnds of donstt iotion works in recent years. For the river valley projects in ott' country still this method is not much in use. An at.ternpt to use the network system analysis for the construetiot Visnmfhgt scheduling and controlling fob` the hai?aba4 ikkigdt4 tih iroject in Afghanistan has beeli beds in this 41ssertatior. The need for constriction planning. sd the various disadvantages for bar charts and the advantages of network has been explained in First Chapter. Terminology defini-tions and network application in planning, scheduling, controlling and monitoring and the PERT are discussed in the second Chapter. The third Chapter described briefly the Khanabad irrigation project and its construction plan with availability of construction materials and the con' traction falitIeSf I4etwork breakdown stricture, determina-tion of critical path and time grid diagram for Khanabad irrigation project are covered in Chapter four. Chapter five is about conclusion and results.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Chauhan, R. L.|
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