Module 14 - Activity Cycle Diagrams

In previous modules, we outlined the various models - DIM-ICE (Risk), RAMP Analysis (Dynamics), Risk and Congestion Mapping (Risk visuals), Queueing, Site modelling, and the decision support matrix analysis. In this module, we demonstrate how to model a site using the Activity Cycle Diagrams, these have proven useful in control rooms to understand site dynamics as they occur in real-time.

Lesson Topics

       (1)    Whats is an activity cycle diagram (ACD)

       (2)    How to design and use an ACD

       (3)    Combining ACD’s with RAMP Analysis

       (4)   Numerical applications (percentage and distribution)

       (5)   Recap on networks

       (6)   Control room applications and Kanban models

       (7)   Building your own ACD


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