What is the difference between the PERA Model and the PERA Master Planning Methodology ?

The PERA Model is a graphic overview representation of all components of an enterprise during its full life cycle from initial business concept to enterprise dissolution.

The PERA Master Planning Methodology provides a structured way to plan the enterprise. It is initially used at the beginning of the enterprise, typically during the Conceptual Engineering Phase. It may be repeated and/or renewed at various points during the enterprise life cycle, including at the beginning of the Commissioning Phase, and during the Operations Phase whenever major revamps or additions are undertaken.

The relationship between them is shown in this diagram. PERA_DIFF.gif - 4047 Bytes

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