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URN etd-0205113-004012 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2808 times. Download 3 times. Author Tien-Ju Jao Author's Email Address No Public. Department Institute of Engineering Management Year 2012 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 128 Title APPLICATION OF CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT TO CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - CASE STUDY OF TAIPEI METRO SYSTEM Keyword MRT Configuration Management AHP AHP Configuration Management MRT Abstract Due to the high expense of mass rapid transit (MRT) construction and limitation of Government annual budget, the MRT construction contracts are usually divided into several sections or several stages. The MRT projects are very complex so that configuration management would help to integrate the interfaces among all phases. MRT circular line project was selected as a case for illustrating the importance of configuration management. Key factors for the configuration management on the MRT project were evaluated in this study. In order to avoid the incompatibility of electrical system at every stage of contract, the Interface parameters should be identified to meet the original requirements.
Through questionnaire design and survey, analytic hierarchy process (AHP) was applied to determine the key factors of configuration management on MRT electric-mechanic engineering. Top five parameters were found: 161kV Switch equipment of Power supply System, Train Control of Electric Multiple Unit, Control Center of Signalling System, Train Control of Signalling System, Propulsion and Breaking system of Electric Multiple Unit.
Advisor Committee Ran Huang - advisor
Tsai - Lung Weng - advisor
none - co-chair
Rong-Chi Wang - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2013-01-25 Date of Submission 2013-02-05