KR20150108159A - ACTIVE nD CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE MANAGING METHOD - Google Patents

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KR20150108159A
KR20150108159A KR1020140030994A KR20140030994A KR20150108159A KR 20150108159 A KR20150108159 A KR 20150108159A KR 1020140030994 A KR1020140030994 A KR 1020140030994A KR 20140030994 A KR20140030994 A KR 20140030994A KR 20150108159 A KR20150108159 A KR 20150108159A
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The present invention provides an active multidimensional construction schedule managing method which comprises the steps of: (A) saving plan data including a planned construction period of each of work types needed for implementation of a construction project, the ordering relations, the date of beginning of the plan, and the date of ending of the plan in a storage device; (B) saving result data including the progress management standard date, which is the standard of progress management, date of construction beginning of each of the work types, the date of construction ending, and an input rate, which is the percentage of the construction progress, in the storage device; (C) calculating the remaining construction period of each of the work types by using the planned construction period and the input rate, saving it in the storage device, calculating the date of actual beginning and the date of actual ending of each of the work types by using the date of construction beginning, the progress management standard date, the remaining construction period, the date of construction ending, the ordering relations, and the planned construction period, and saving them in the storage device; and, (D) when the number of days of reduction of construction period for at least one from among the work types is entered, subtracting the number of days of reduction of construction period from the remaining construction period, calculating the changed remaining construction period, and recalculating the date of actual beginning and the date of actual ending of each of the work types by using the changed remaining construction period as the remaining construction period of the step (C).

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{ACTIVE nD CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE MANAGING METHOD}

The present invention relates to a construction process management method performed by a computer equipped with a predetermined program, and more particularly, to a construction process management method that does not compare plan data and actual data, Dimensional construction process management method.

In the course of construction projects, problems such as air delays and cost overruns occur when construction process control (comprehensive management of necessary resources such as manpower, materials, equipment, and costs) is not performed properly. Therefore, construction process management plays an important role in the progress of the construction project. In particular, today's construction projects are becoming larger, more complicated and diversified, and the importance of construction process management is getting bigger than in the past.

Construction process management is usually done through the process of planning, do, check, and action. At the planning stage, the required types of work are determined, and the plans for each of the above types of works, the plans for the air, and plans for the input of resources (personnel, materials, equipment, costs, etc.) are established. In the implementation phase, construction will proceed according to the plan established in the planning stage. In the evaluation stage, the plans established at the planning stage and the construction results at the implementation stage are compared with each other. In the action phase, the construction schedule is modified according to the comparison result in the comparison stage.

As computer technology advances today, the above construction process management is realized on a computer equipped with a predetermined program. For example, according to the construction process management method disclosed in Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2013-0016620, plans established in the planning stage are input to a computer to construct planning data, Data is constructed, the plan data and the performance data are compared with each other, and then the comparison result is displayed in a different color on the 3D model.

According to the construction process management method disclosed in Korean Patent Laid-open Publication, the advantage that the evaluation step is performed automatically on a computer and the result of the evaluation step can be visually expressed and can be easily recognized. However, the above Korean patents have disadvantages that they can not automatically carry out the step of action after the evaluation.

Korean Patent Publication No. 10-2013-0016620 (3-dimensional process management method for BIM implementation)

Accordingly, the present invention provides an active multi-dimensional construction process management method that can not only compare planned data and actual data, but also can actively re-establish a subsequent construction schedule according to the comparison result.

The present invention relates to a method for designing a construction project, the method comprising the steps of: (A) storing plan data in a storage device, the planning data including a planned air, a line posterior relationship, a plan start date and a plan end date, (B) storing, in the storage device, actual data including a progress management reference date as a standard for progress management, a construction start date, a construction end date, and a percentage of construction progress of each of the types of works; (C) calculating remaining air of each of the above-mentioned types of air by using the planned air and the input ratio, and storing the calculated remaining air in the storage device; Calculating an actual start date and an actual end date of each of the above-mentioned types of work by using the storage unit; And (D) calculating a remaining air amount by subtracting the number of days of air shortening from the remaining air amount when the number of days of air shortening has been inputted for at least one of the types of operations, And delivering the actual start date and the actual end date of each of the types of works as air.

In the step (A), the planning start date is input from the user for the most advanced work type among the works having the line-following relationship, and the date on which the planned air has passed from the planned start date is calculated as the planning end date . For the other types of work other than the best work type, the plan start date and the plan end date are calculated using the plan start date and the plan end date of the already-completed other types of work, the above-mentioned line posterior relationship, and the plan air.

In the step (B), the construction start date and the construction end date are input from the user for the completed construction work on the progress management reference date, and the input ratio is set to 100. [ And the construction start date and the input rate are input from the user to the progress type in progress on the progress management reference date. The input rate is set to 0 for a non-work type work where construction is not started on the progress management standard date.

In the step (C), the residual air is set to 0 for a non-work type in which construction is not started on the progress management standard date. For the completion type of work completed on the progress management day and the progress type of work in progress, the remaining air is calculated by the following equation.

Residual air = planned air * (1 - input rate / 100)

In the step (C), the construction start date and the construction end date of the step (B) are set as the actual start date and the actual end date, respectively. For the above advanced type, the actual start date of the construction start date in the step (B) is the actual start date, and the date on which the remaining air has elapsed from the progress management standard date is the actual end date. The actual start date and the actual end date of the previously calculated other type and the actual start date and the actual end date are calculated using the line posterior relationship and the planned air.

In the present invention, the fields for inputting the above-mentioned types of works, the plan data, the actual data, the remaining air, the actual start date, the actual end date and the number of days of air shortening are displayed on the progress rate analysis window, Among the types of the progress rate analysis window, the type selected by the user and the types of the following types are displayed in the failure analysis window together with the information displayed on the progress rate analysis window.

The present invention is constructed for the construction project such that the above-mentioned types of works are distinguished from each other, and the planning 4D modeling data is constructed in the storage device by associating the planning start date and the planning end date with the 3D modeling data stored in the storage device. If there is a request from the user, the plan 4D image, which is a visualized image of the plan 4D modeling data, is provided. At this time, the plan 4D image includes a visualization image of the 3D modeling data and a chart showing a plan schedule of the works.

The present invention constructs actual 4D data in the storage device by associating the actual start date and the actual end date with the 3D modeling data. If there is a request from the user, the real 4D image, which is a visualized image of the actual 4D modeling data, is provided. Here, the actual 4D image includes a visualized image of 3D modeling data in which the comparison result between the planning end date and the actual ending date is color-coded, and a chart showing the actual schedule of the works.

The present invention provides the plan 4D image and the actual 4D image at the same time point on a schedule basis at the request of the user.

The present invention stores the field data including the field images of the above-mentioned types of work, the location information of the field images, the photographing date, the photographing angle, and the degree of enlargement in the storage device. If there is a request from the user, at least one of the field images, the synchronized plan 4D image, and the actual 4D image is simultaneously displayed.

The present invention is characterized in that a construction cost required for construction of each of the above-mentioned types is stored in the above-mentioned storage device, and a planning cost load indicating a distribution of construction cost according to a planned schedule using the construction cost, ≪ / RTI > In addition, the present invention is constructed for the construction project so that the above-mentioned types of works are distinguished from each other, and the planning 5D modeling data is constructed in the storage device by associating the plan cost load diagram with the 3D modeling data stored in the storage device. If there is a request from the user, the present invention provides a plan 5D image which is a visualized image of the plan 5D modeling data. At this time, the plan 5D image includes a graph showing a distribution of construction costs according to a visualization image of the 3D modeling data and a plan schedule.

The present invention calculates an actual cost load diagram showing a distribution of a construction cost according to an actual schedule by using the construction cost, the actual start date, and the actual end date, and associates the actual cost load diagram with the 3D modeling data Actual 5D modeling data is built in the storage device. Thereafter, if a user requests, the present invention provides an actual 5D image that is a visualized image of the actual 5D modeling data. Here, the actual 5D image includes a visualized image of 3D modeling data in which the comparison result between the planning end date and the actual ending date is color-coded, and a graph showing the distribution of the construction cost according to the actual schedule.

The present invention provides plan 5D images and actual 5D images at the same time point on a schedule basis at the request of the user.

The present invention is characterized in that it is possible to find a spare type having an allowance period among the unableto types of work on which the construction is not started on the progress management standard date and to set the actual cost load degree among the actual start date and actual end date that the spare types can have most evenly Or an optimal actual end date and an optimal actual end date that bring the user closest to the desired distribution. In the present invention, the optimum actual start date and the optimum actual end date after step (C) or step (D) are respectively set as the actual start date and actual end date of the spare articles.

Meanwhile, the present invention simultaneously displays at least one of the field images, the planned 5D image, and the actual 5D image synchronized with the user's request.

The present invention can automatically shorten the time required for the construction of a construction project to reduce the air delay of construction projects.

Further, according to the present invention, the problem of the bias in the construction cost derived due to the change of the original plan schedule can be automatically resolved through the schedule change of the free process.

Further, according to the present invention, since the result of the shortening of the air and the constant change result of the clearance process are visually provided, the user can easily grasp them.

In addition, according to the present invention, since the field images are provided together with the related visualization images, the user can grasp the situation more realistically.

1 is a flowchart illustrating an active multi-dimensional construction process management method according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 shows a schedule analysis window utilized in the practice of the present invention.
FIGS. 3 and 4 illustrate progress rate analysis windows utilized in the practice of the present invention.
5 is an exemplary diagram for explaining a process of calculating an optimum actual start date and an optimum actual end date of a spare type.
6 is an illustration showing an example of a visualized image of planned 4D data and a visualized 4D data.
7 is an exemplary diagram showing a visualized image of Plan 5D data and a visualized image of actual 5D data.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of an active multi-dimensional construction process management method according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. It is to be understood that the terminology or words used herein are not to be construed in a limiting sense and that the inventor may properly define the concept of a term to describe its invention in the best possible way And should be construed in accordance with the meaning and concept consistent with the technical idea of the present invention.

The active multidimensional construction process management method (S100) according to the present invention is performed by a computer in cooperation with a program stored in a recording medium such as an internal hard disk, an external hard disk, a CD or a USB, And includes steps S110 to S140.

In the first step S110, the computer stores the plan data in a storage device (internal hard disk, external hard disk, USB, etc.). The plan data includes the name of the type of work required for the execution of the construction project, the planned air, the line trailing relationship, the planned start date, and the planned end date.

The planned name, planned air, and line posterior relationship are entered by the user into the NAME column, the Duration column, and the Relation column of the schedule analysis window 10 as shown in FIG. The entered type name, planned air, and line posterior relationship are also displayed in the NAME column, the Duration column, and the Relation column of the progress rate analysis window 20 as shown in FIG.

The planning start date of the most preceding best work type (corresponding to the first work type in the progress rate analysis window 20) among the works having the post-preceding relationship is input to the D-Start column of the schedule analysis window 10 by the user. The plan start date of the best entered type is also displayed in the Pln-Start column of the progress rate analysis window 20. [

The computer is scheduled to enter the date of the best airplane (indicated by 20 days in FIG. 3) (November 20, 2013) from the plan commencement date of the best airplane (indicated by Nov. 01, 2013 in FIG. 3) And displays it on the D-End column of the schedule analysis window 10 and the Pln-End column of the progress rate analysis window 20. [

The computer calculates the planned start date and the planned end date of the products other than the best product type using the planned start date and the planned end date of the already-produced other types of product, the pre-posterior relationship, and the planned air. The plan start date and the plan end date of the work types other than the best work type are respectively displayed in the D-Start column and the D-End column of the schedule analysis window 10 and the Pln-Start column and Pln-End column of the progress rate analysis window 20 Respectively.

For example, since the second line run of the progress rate analysis window 20 has a line-following relationship (1, FS) starting on the day following the end date of the first line run, the computer calculates the plan start date of the second run line as November 21, 2013 , The planned air for the second run is 40 days, so the computer calculates the plan end date for the second run as December 30, 2013. The planned start date and the planned end date of the works from the third to eighth lines of the progress rate analysis window 20 are calculated in the same manner as the planned start date and the planned end date of the second run type.

In addition, since the 9th line of the progress rate analysis window (20) has the following line relationship (7, SS) starting on the same day as the 7th line, the computer calculates the plan start date of the 9th line as December 11, 2013, Because the scheduled air for the 9th flight is 20 days, the computer calculates the plan end date for the 9th flight as December 30, 2013. Also, since the 10th line of the progress rate analysis window (20) has a line-following relationship (6, FF) that ends the same day as the 6th line, the computer calculates the plan end date of the 10th line as Jan. 19, 2014, Because the scheduled air for the 10th flight is 10 days, the computer calculates the planned start date for the 10th flight as January 10, 2014.

The computer that has performed the first step S110 as described above constructs plan 4D modeling data by linking the plan start date Pln_Start and the plan end date Pln_End to the 3D modeling data and stores the plan 4D modeling data in the storage device . Here, the 3D modeling data is three-dimensional modeling data for a construction project, which is constructed through a separate 3D modeling program and stored in the storage device. In the 3D modeling data, the above-mentioned types of works are separately classified.

Plan 4D Once the modeling data is built, the computer displays the visualized 4D modeling data in chronological order so that the user can grasp the schedule of the construction project at a glance. At this time, the visualized image includes a visualized image of the 3D modeling data (left side in FIG. 6) and a chart (purple in FIG. 6) showing plan schedules of the types of works as shown in FIG.

Meanwhile, in the first step (S110), the computer stores the construction cost required for the construction of each of the works in the storage device. The construction cost of each type of work can be directly inputted by the user, or the computer can directly calculate the quantity and unit cost of each type of work, facility operation cost, labor cost, and the like.

The computer storing the construction cost of each of the above-mentioned types of jobs computes the planned cost load degree indicating the distribution of the construction cost according to the planned schedule by using the planned start date (Pln_Start), the planned end date (Pln_End) and the construction cost. Then, the computer constructs the planned 5D modeling data (this data is 5-dimensional data in which the construction schedule and the construction cost are added to the 3D modeling data) by associating the planned cost load degree with the 3D modeling data, and stores the 5D modeling data in the storage device.

Plan 5D Once the modeling data is built, the computer displays the visualized 5D modeling data in chronological order so that the user can grasp the planning schedule and cost distribution of the construction project at a glance. 7, the visualized image includes a visualized image of the 3D modeling data (left side in FIG. 7) and a graph showing the cost distribution according to the planned schedule (green in FIG. 7), as shown in FIG.

In the second step S120, the computer receives the performance data from the user and stores the data in the storage device. The performance data includes a progress rate, which is a percentage of progress management date, construction start date of each type of work, construction completion date, and construction progress degree.

The progress management reference date is entered by the user into the progress rate analysis window 20.

The construction start date and the construction end date of the finished construction completed on the progress management reference date are entered in the Act_Start column and the Act_End column of the progress rate analysis window 20, respectively. The computer calculates the input rate of completed work type as 100 and displays it in the input rate column of the progress rate analysis window 20. [

The construction start date and the input rate of the progress type of work under construction on the progress management reference date are entered in the Act_Start column and the input rate column of the progress rate analysis window 20, respectively. The Act_End column of the progress type is left blank.

The Act_Start column and Act_End column of the unobstructed airplane in which construction is not started on the progress management reference date are left blank. Then, the computer calculates the input ratio of the unobstructed type to 0 and displays it in the input ratio column of the progress rate analysis window 20.

When the user clicks the actual end date calculation icon 22 of the progress rate analysis window 20 after the second step S120 is completed, the third step S130 is performed. In the third step S130, Duration column) and input rate (input rate column) to calculate the remaining air of each type and store it in the storage device. Specifically, the computer calculates remaining air through the following equation (1) for the completed airplane and the advanced airplane, stores the air in the storage device, and displays the remaining air on the remaining air column of the power analysis window 20. On the other hand, with respect to the above-mentioned unobserved air condition, the computer calculates 0 in the residual air regardless of the equation (1), stores it in the storage device, and displays it in the remaining air column of the progress rate analysis window 20.

[Equation 1]

Residual air = planned air * (1 - input rate / 100)

In the third step S130, the computer calculates the actual start date and the actual end date, and stores the actual start date and the actual end date in the storage device. At this time, the construction start date (Act_Start column), progress management reference date, remaining air (remaining air column) Line relation (Relation column) and plan air (Duration column) are used.

Specifically, the computer displays the completed construction type in the R_Start column and the R_End column (see FIG. 4) of the progress rate analysis window 20, respectively, with the construction start date (Act_Start column) and the construction end date (Act_End) And stores it in a storage device.

In the case of the progress type, the computer displays the construction start date (Act_Start) as the actual start date in the R_Start column of the progress rate analysis window 20, and stores it in the storage device. Then, the computer displays on the R_End column of the progress rate analysis window 20 as the actual end date of the advanced type of work, which has elapsed by the residual air (residual air heat) from the progress management date, and stores it in the storage device.

In the case of the unobstructed type, the computer uses the actual start date (R_Start column) and the actual end date (R_End column), the line posterior relationship (Relation column), and the planned air (Duration column) The actual end date is calculated. For example, since the fifth line run of the progress rate analysis window 20 has a line trailing relationship (2, FS) that starts on the day following the end date of the second run line, the computer displays the actual ending date of the second line run (Jan. 25, 2014) The computer calculates the actual end date of the 5th flight type as February 04, 2015 because the planned air of the 5th flight type is calculated 10 days. The computer displays the actual start date and the actual end date of the untraced work types calculated in this manner in the R_Start column and the R_End column of the progress rate analysis window 20, respectively, and stores them in the storage device.

Construction work for construction projects is best carried out according to planned schedule, but generally it differs from planned schedule. Therefore, the actual air of the construction project may increase more than planned. The present invention actively overcomes this problem by re-establishing the schedule after the progress management day date through the fourth step (S140).

The fourth step S140 is a step performed when the number of days of air shortening is inputted from the user. In the progress rate analysis window 20, an air shortening column is provided, and the user can input the desired number of shortening days in the air shortening column.

If the number of days of air shortening is input, the computer subtracts the number of days of air shortening (air shortening heat) from the remaining air (residual air heat) to calculate the residual air change. Thereafter, the computer re-calculates the actual start date (R_Start row) and the actual end date (R_End row) of each of the work types with the residual air remaining as the remaining air in the third step (S130). The re-calculated actual start date and actual end date are respectively displayed in the R_Start column and the R_End column of the progress rate analysis window 20, and are stored in the storage device.

On the other hand, if a certain type of work falls into the sluggish process, the workers who are in a relation with this type of work also fall into the sluggish process as a matter of course. The input of the number of days of shortening of the air may be performed for any one of the processes corresponding to the slump process, but it may be performed for the plurality of slump processes corresponding to the slump process. However, in the progress rate analysis window (20), it is difficult to grasp at a glance the types of jobs corresponding to the slow process while being in a posterior relationship. Accordingly, the computer provides the sluggish process analysis window 30 together with the progress rate analysis window 20 as shown in FIG.

The sluggish process analysis window 30 displays a work type selected by the user in the progress rate analysis window 20 and a work type having a following relation with the related information. Therefore, the user can grasp the types of work corresponding to the slump process at a glance, and input the number of days of shortening of each of the workpieces in the shortening column of the slump process analysis window 30. The number of days of shortening of the air inputted into the failure analysis window 30 is also displayed in the shortening column of the airflow of the progress rate analysis window 20.

As mentioned above, the construction work for the construction project is different from the planned schedule in general. However, in this case, not only the actual air of the construction project increases more than planned, but also the problem that the construction cost of the construction project is different from the planned cost. Then, in some periods, the construction company may have a construction cost that can not be afforded, while in other periods, the construction cost may be much lower than the construction company thinks.

In order to solve such a problem, the computer calculates the construction cost, the actual start date (R_Start column) and the actual end date (R_End column) of the progress rate analysis window 20, after the third step S130 or after the fourth step The actual cost load diagram showing the distribution of the construction cost according to the actual schedule is calculated and stored in the storage device.

If there is a request from the user, the computer finds a spare job 40 (FIG. 5) having a total float among unobstructed works whose construction is not started on the progress management day. The computer then finds an optimal actual start date and an optimal actual end date that make the cost distribution among the actual start date and actual end date that the spare machines 40 can have the most equal or nearest to the distribution desired by the user. Thereafter, the computer displays the optimum actual start date and the optimum actual end date in the R_Start column and the R_End column of the progress analysis window 20, respectively, and stores them in the storage device.

On the other hand, the computer displays the actual start date (R_Start column) of the progress rate analysis window 20 on the 3D modeling data after the third step S130 or after the fourth step S140, or after the optimum actual start date and the optimum actual end date calculation operation, And the actual end date (R_End column) to construct the actual 4D modeling data, and stores it in the storage device.

Then, after receiving the user's request, the computer displays the visualized image of the actual 4D modeling data in chronological order so that the user can grasp the actual schedule of the construction project at a glance. At this time, the visualized image includes a visualized image (right side in FIG. 6) of the 3D modeling data and a chart (orange in FIG. 6) showing a plan schedule of the types of work as shown in FIG.

Here, the computer displays the comparison result between the plan end date (Pln_End column) and the actual end date (R_End column) in color, in addition to the visualization image of the 3D modeling data, which is one of the visualized images of the actual 4D modeling data. On the right side of FIG. 6, the type of work (the normal process corresponds to the normal process) in which the actual end date is the same as the plan finish date is green, and the type of the work whose actual end date is later than the planned end date is shown in red. Although not shown in FIG. 6, the type of work (the roughing process) whose actual end date is earlier than the planned end date is indicated in blue.

In addition, the computer associates the actual cost load diagram with the 3D modeling data, after the third step (S130) or after the fourth step (S140), or after the optimum actual actual start date and the optimum actual end date calculation task, Data is 5-dimensional data in which the construction schedule and the construction cost are added to the 3D modeling data) is stored and stored in the storage device.

Then, upon receiving the user's request, the computer displays the visualized 5D modeling data in chronological order so that the user can grasp the actual schedule and cost distribution of the construction project at a glance. At this time, the visualized image includes a visualized image of 3D modeling data (right side in FIG. 7) and a graph showing a cost distribution according to an actual schedule (red in FIG. 7), as shown in FIG. In the visualized image of the 3D modeling data, which is one of the visualized images of the actual 5D modeling data, as well as in the visualized image of the 3D modeling data which is one of the visualized images of the actual 4D modeling data, between the plan end date (Pln_End column) and the actual end date The comparison result is color-coded.

When the user inputs the plan 4D modeling data and the actual 4D modeling data, the computer simultaneously displays the visualized image of the planned 4D modeling data and the actual 4D modeling data at the same time, as shown in FIG. 6, And it shows by schedule. When the user inputs the plan 5D modeling data and the actual 5D modeling data, the computer displays the visualized image of the planned 5D modeling data and the actual 5D modeling data at the same point in time as shown in FIG. 7 At the same time, and on a schedule basis.

On the other hand, when the construction project is started, on-site images are taken through a plurality of cameras mounted on the intelligent terminal, whether on site or not. The computer receives field data including the field images, the location information of the field images, the photographing date, the photographing angle, and the magnification degree through a wired and / or wireless communication network and stores the field data in the storage device. Further, the computer finds the planned 4D, 5D modeling data and actual 4D, 5D modeling data synchronized with the scene images using the position information, the shooting date, the shooting angle, and the degree of enlargement. Thereafter, when there is a request from the user, the computer displays at least one of the visualized image of the found plan 4D, 5D modeling data, and the visualized image of the actual 4D and 5D modeling data, and the scene image in chronological order.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments. It is to be understood that various changes and modifications may be made without departing from the scope of the appended claims.

10: schedule analysis window 20: progress rate analysis window
30: Breakdown process analysis window 40: Leaving work
S110: First step S120: Second step
S130: third step S140: fourth step

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(A) storing plan data in a storage device, the planning data including the planned air, the line following relationship, the planned start date, and the planned end date of each of the types of works necessary for carrying out the construction project;
(B) storing, in the storage device, actual data including a progress management reference date as a standard for progress management, a construction start date, a construction end date, and a percentage of construction progress of each of the types of works;
(C) calculating remaining air of each of the above-mentioned types of air by using the planned air and the input ratio, and storing the calculated remaining air in the storage device; Calculating an actual start date and an actual end date of each of the above-mentioned types of work by using the storage unit; And
(D) calculating the changed remaining air by subtracting the number of days of shortening of the air from the remaining air when the number of days of shortening of the air is inputted to at least one of the types of the operations, And shipping the actual start date and the actual end date of each of the types of operations.
The method according to claim 1,
In the step (A)
For the best preceding work type among the works having the line-following relationship, the planning start date is input from the user, the date on which the planned air has elapsed from the planned start date is calculated as the planning end date,
And calculating the plan start date and the plan end date by using the plan start date and the plan end date of the already-calculated other types of works and the preceding line relationship and the planned air for the other types of works other than the best work type.
The method according to claim 1,
In the step (B)
The construction start date and the construction end date are inputted from the user for the finished construction type completed on the progress management standard date, the input rate is set to 100,
For the proceeding construction type in progress on the progress management reference date, the construction start date and the loading rate are inputted from the user,
Wherein the input rate is set to 0 for a non-work type work in which construction is not started on the progress management day.
The method according to claim 1,
In the step (C)
The remaining air is set to 0 for the non-work type work on which the work is not started on the progress management day, and the completed work type for which the work is completed on the progress management day and the work type for which work is underway, Producing active multi-dimensional construction process management method.
Residual air = planned air * (1 - input rate / 100)
5. The method of claim 4,
In the step (C)
The construction start date and the construction end date in the step (B) are set as the actual start date and the actual end date, respectively,
The actual construction start date of the step (B) is set as the actual start date, and the actual construction date of the step (B)
Wherein the actual start date and the actual end date of the previously calculated other type are calculated from the actual start date and the actual end date of the other type of operation,
The method according to claim 1,
A field for inputting the plan types, the plan data, the performance data, the remaining air, the actual start date, the actual end date, and the air shortening days is displayed on the progress rate analysis window,
The method of managing an active multidimensional construction process according to claim 1, wherein the selected type of the work type and the work type having a following relationship with the selected work type of the progress rate analysis window are displayed on a sloping process analysis window together with the information displayed on the progress rate analysis window.
The method according to claim 1,
Constructing plan 4D modeling data in the storage device by associating the plan start date and the plan end date with the 3D modeling data stored in the storage device,
The plan 4D image is a visualized image of the plan 4D modeling data when the user requests the plan 4D image, and the plan 4D image includes a visualized image of the 3D modeling data and an active type How to manage multidimensional construction process.
8. The method of claim 7,
Associating the actual start date and the actual end date with the 3D modeling data to construct actual 4D data in a storage device,
The actual 4D image is obtained by visualizing the actual 4D modeling data in response to a user's request, and the actual 4D image is a visualization image of the 3D modeling data in which the comparison result between the planning end date and the actual ending date is color- And a chart displaying actual schedules of the types of operations.
9. The method of claim 8,
An active multi-dimensional construction process management method that provides the planned 4D image and the actual 4D image together at the same time in case of user's request.
10. The method according to claim 8 or 9,
Field data including the field images of the types of works, the location information of the field images, the photographing date, the photographing angle, and the degree of enlargement are stored in the storage device,
Wherein at least one of the field images, the synchronized plan 4D image, and the actual 4D image is displayed at the same time when the user requests the multi-dimensional construction process.
The method according to claim 1,
Storing the construction cost required for the construction of each of the types of works in the storage device,
Calculating a plan cost load diagram showing a distribution of construction costs according to a plan schedule using the construction cost, the plan start date, and the plan end date,
Constructing plan 5D modeling data in the storage device by associating the plan cost load diagram with the 3D modeling data stored in the storage device,
And a plan 5D image that is a visualized image of the plan 5D modeling data when a user requests the plan 5D image, wherein the plan 5D image includes a visualization image of the 3D modeling data and a graph showing a distribution of a construction cost according to a plan schedule Active multi - dimensional construction process management method.
11. The method of claim 10,
Calculating an actual cost load degree indicating a distribution of construction cost according to an actual schedule using the construction cost, the actual start date, and the actual end date,
Constructing actual 5D modeling data on the storage device by associating the actual cost load diagram with the 3D modeling data,
The actual 5D image is a visualized image of the 3D modeling data in which the comparison result between the planning end date and the actual ending date is color-coded and displayed, A method for managing an active multi-dimensional construction process including a graph showing the distribution of construction costs according to an actual schedule.
12. The method of claim 11,
A method of active multidimensional construction process management that provides planned 5D images and actual 5D images together at the same time, if requested by the user.
13. The method according to claim 11 or 12,
Among the actual start date and the actual end date which can be provided by the redundancy types, the actual cost load degree may be most evenly distributed among the unoccupied work types in which the construction is not started on the progress management day, Finds the optimum actual actual start date and the optimum actual actual end date that bring the optimum actual start date and the actual actual end date closer to the desired distribution, and after the step (C) or (D) Active multi-dimensional construction process management method.
The method according to claim 12 or 13,
Field data including the field images of the types of works, the location information of the field images, the photographing date, the photographing angle, and the degree of enlargement are stored in the storage device,
And displaying at least one of the field images, the synchronized plan 5D image, and the actual 5D image at the same time when the user requests the multi-dimensional construction process.

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