[This article belongs to Volume - 56, Issue - 03]
Gongcheng Kexue Yu Jishu/Advanced Engineering Science
Journal ID : AES-19-04-2024-694

Title : multiple option analytic hierarchy process (ahp) for bridge selection based on location and environmental condition
Henricus Priyosulistyo, Yana Astuti, Andreas Triwiyono, Akhmad Aminullah,

Abstract : The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a decision-making tool that can be used to select the best bridge type for a given project based on various factors such as economic, technical, and environmental considerations. In this case, the three bridge types considered are the PCI Girder Bridge, Composite Bridge, and Steel Truss Bridge. The AHP method involves breaking down the decision-making process into a hierarchy of criteria and sub-criteria and then assigning weights to each criterion based on its importance. The final decision is made by comparing the bridge type's weighted scores to determine the best overall choice. Usually, the AHP method is only used for one case for each questionnaire. Using the multiple options for technical and environmental conditions, conditions rent weighted scores are obtained for different cases using one questionnaire. The total possibilities of the alternatives are simulated to get the recommended bridge. This approach allows for systematically and objectively evaluating the various bridge types up to 240 bridge models, considering all relevant factors using the proposed formula.