Tanit Tongthong

Tanit Tongthong
Chulalongkorn University · Department of Civil Engineering

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Buildability refers to the integration of construction knowledge during the design stage to enhance the ease of construction while meeting all requirements of the owner/client. Insufficient buildability in design could result in design rework, low site productivity, increased cost, and changes in the contract. Many previous studies have explored th...
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Although the number of women civil engineers in the Thai construction industry has been on the rise for over a decade, there has not been sufficient studies regarding their career advancement once they have entered the industry. In Thailand, the construction industry is associated with male domination, characterized by physical strength, adaptation...
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During the past two decade, there has been very little research concerning women engineers in the construction industry whilst the number of women engineers in Thai contractor companies keeps increasing. Recent research in Thailand revealed that women engineers changed their workplaces more often than their male counterparts because they had slow c...
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For over a decade, the public and the private sectors have carried out research aimed at attracting women engineers to the construction industry and retaining them. However, studies of women engineers working in other types of construction-related businesses apart from contractor companies such as consultancies, developers, etc., are scarce. This p...
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To eliminate unsafe conditions and to reduce a number of accidents at construction sites, engineers and supervisors in charge should have knowledge related with the requirements of safety procedures and safety facilities of construction activities performed at high elevation. Since the level and amount of knowledge and experience depend on the pers...
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Despite the popularity of prefabricated housing construction in Thailand and many other countries, due to the lack of collaboration in current practice, undesired low productivity and a number of mistakes are identified. This research proposes a framework to raise the collaborative level for improving productivity and reducing mistake occurrences a...
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A new methodology for solving resource leveling problems is introduced using Artificial Neural Networks (ANN). This paper describes a new efficient and robust approach which is unique to those utilized by traditional heuristic and optimization resource leveling techniques. The Resource Leveling Artificial Neural Network (RLANN) exploits advan...
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In a construction project, resource leveling techniques are necessary as a primary schedule-improvement tool to reduce overall project cost by decreasing day-to-day fluctuation in resource usage and resource idleness. There are, however, some limitations in traditional resource leveling techniques. Conventional heuristic approaches cannot guarantee...
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The feasibility and relative merits of integrating knowledge-based systems (KBSs) and artificial neural networks (ANNs) for application to engineering problems are presented and evaluated. The strength of KBSs lies in their ability to represent human judgment and solve problems by providing explanations from and reasoning with heuristic knowledge....
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Maryland at College Park, 1993. Thesis research directed by Dept. of Civil Engineering. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 225-237).

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