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Logistics Systems for Sustainable Cities
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City Logistics
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Logistics Systems for Sustainable Cities
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Logistics Systems for Sustainable Cities
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Handbook of Logistics and Supply-Chain Management
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City Logistics
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Logistics Systems for Sustainable Cities
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Thi Xuan My Tran, Hector M. Malano and Russell G. Thompson

In recent years, many organisations responsible for economic infrastructure have developed asset management systems to improve the financial and service performance of…

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In recent years, many organisations responsible for economic infrastructure have developed asset management systems to improve the financial and service performance of their facilities. Asset management is an integrated approach to improving the ability of an irrigation system to deliver water at a defined level of service in the most cost‐effective manner. This paper describes how the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) is applied to identify priorities for asset renewals in the La Khe irrigation scheme in North Vietnam. The AHP methodology was coupled with the expected maximum utility (EMU) to evaluate renewal priorities of assets grouped by types and by location within the hydraulic system.

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Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, vol. 10 no. 6
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ISSN: 0969-9988

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Logistics Systems for Sustainable Cities
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