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CEE 243 – Query 6 Intel Group Saurabh Samdani, Jack Cheng, John Brooks, Richard Jones 1 Overview Intel Fab11x renovation John Brooks, Jack Cheng, Richard Jones, Saurabh Samdani

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overview

1

Overview
  • Intel Fab11x renovation
  • John Brooks, Jack Cheng, Richard Jones, Saurabh Samdani
  • Engineering Problem: Evaluate as built plans of Fab11x in order to predict feasibility and serviceability of automated material handling system (AMHS) versus a conveyor belt system (CBS).
  • Big Idea: Implementing VDC to make predictions in the behavior of AMHS and CBS systems to compare options and make decisions.
design construction schedules

3

Design-Construction Schedules

Parallel – 48 Days

Series – 59 Days

4d troubleshooting

4-1

4D Troubleshooting
  • Engineering and Construction Issues
  • Obstruction of AMHS Track due to Tool
  • Tool Relocation for Installation of AMHS
  • Delivery of AMHS Materials to 2nd Floor
  • Sequence of Wall Removal and Rebuild
simvision analysis

5

SimVision Analysis

Predictions:

  • Baseline (parallel)
    • Cost: $97.5
    • Project risk: 0.64
    • Communication risk: 0.65
  • Series
    • Cost: $103.5
    • Project risk: 0.75
    • Communication risk: 0.40
gantt chart

6-1

Gantt Chart

The design-build team will be able to allot more time for paths so that they won’t run over-schedule by adhering solely to CPM.

Optimistic Gantt Chart (Zero Probability) Compared to non-zero Gantt Chart

hidden work impact

6-2

Hidden Work Impact
  • SimVision is able to predict the increase in cost due to hidden work, as seen in this comparison with the zero-probability schedule.
pbs obs and wbs

7

PBS, OBS and WBS

OBS

WBS

PBS

PBS, OBS and WBS for the AHMS. There is a 3D CAD team responsible for 3D CAD model and it is represented as an activity in the WBS. For the physical deliverable of 8 track components, there is a track design team in OBS and a install track activity in the WBS

coordination in design of car and tracks

9

Coordination in design of car and tracks

Car

Track

Coordination & Rework

Design and construction of car and tracks will need some coordination since they are physically located near each other

baseline and alternative pop models

10

Baseline and Alternative POP Models

Alternative: CBS

Baseline: AHMS

4d suggested coordination rework

11

4D Suggested Coordination & Rework

Car

Track

Coordination & Rework

controllable objectives

12

Controllable Objectives
  • Design versions / alternatives:
    • The team can use the 3D models to determine if the actual constructed components are in the right place. Also, a 4D model can be used to determine if the sequence of construction is being done in the proper order.
  • Coordination request and support:
    • The team can use the SimVision predicted task backlogs by setting it up with a weekly schedule and comparing these values with the backlog set forth in the functional requirements.
  • Activities scheduled durations:
    • The team can use SimVision/MS Project to predict and describe the project schedule. Then they can use this on a weekly basis to evaluate whether or not project is on schedule.
functional organization and process objectives

13

Functional Organization and Process Objectives
  • Response/Decision Latency
    • We can predict these items using SimVision Work Breakdown’s Chart. We can take the value from this chart and compare it to the “decision wait” work volume specified in the project objectives.
  • Schedule Conformance
    • We can use SimVision/MS Project to create a look-ahead schedule and evaluate if the project meets objectives.
  • Field Material Delivery
    • We can use SimVision and look at the backlog of the Material Delivery Team to predict their predicted delivery delay and compare this to the project objectives.
  • Rework Volume
    • We can use SimVision to predict the rework volume and compare this to the amount of rework in the project objectives.
executive summary

16

Executive Summary

The purpose of this project is to use Virtual Design and Construction tools to analyze the implementation of a more efficient way to transport chips around Fabrication Plant 11x in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We will evaluate two alternatives: an Automated Material Handling System and a Conveyor Belt System. We will use a 3D model of the current building to create a walkthrough of the proposed path of these two systems in order to predict their serviceability. Furthermore, we shall use SimVision and other scheduling tools to predict various parameters such as: organizational cost, actor backlog, project risk, hidden work, and project end date. A 4D model will be implemented to predict constructability. We shall provide Intel with a new method of planning, and a fresh set of tools to consider using on future construction projects.