[Truncated] The thesis develops an original model of asset management applicable to a wide range of work areas and business functions associated with the management of assets in the electricity transmission business. Central to the new model is a way in which those individual areas and functions, although widely used in other existing models and systems, are systematically integrated in a composite dynamic model including business function interactions encountered in transmission asset management. The model also serves to ensure that each of those areas is defined and executed on time and in alignment with all other relevant areas, with a proper and timely influence of each function to the other relevant functions.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2002|