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### Fund.Eng.Econ-ch5

Course: ME 353, Fall 2010
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University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 6 Annual Equivalence Method6.1)AE(9%) = \$20, 000( A / P,9%,5) = \$51, 4206.2)AE(10%) = A( P / A,10%,3) = \$100, 000 A = \$40, 210.706.3)AE(12% =\$25,000(A/ P,12% ) ,6)\$4,000(P/ F,12%,1) +\$13,000(P/ F,12%,2) +\$13,000(P/ F,12%,3) + (A/ P,12%,6) +
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 7 Rate of Return AnalysisNote: Symbol convention-The symbol i* represents the breakeven interest rate that makes the PW of the project equal to zero. The symbol IRR represents the internal rate of return of the investment. For a simple (or pure)
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 8 Accounting for Depreciation and Income TaxesNote: For the most up-to-date depreciation and income tax information, consult thebooks website at http:/www.prenhall.com/park and click on Tax Information 8.1) 8.2) 8.3) Total property value with th
University of Texas - ME - 353
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 11 Replacement Decisions11.1)Tax Rate(%) = MARR(%) = 0Income Statement0.00% 10.00% 1 2PW(i) = AE(%) = 3(\$20,065)(\$6,329.8)4Revenues (savings) Expenses: O&amp;M Depreciation Taxable Income Income Taxes (%) Net IncomeCash Flow Statement\$2,500
University of Texas - ME - 353
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 12 Benefit-Cost Analysis12.1) B = \$117, 400( P / A, 6%,5) = \$494,535.76 C = \$5, 000 + \$48,830( P / A, 6%,5) = \$210, 691.49 BC(6%) = \$494,535.76 \$210, 691.49 = 2.35 &gt; 1This project is justifiable based on the benefit-cost analysis. 12.2) B = \$250
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 13 Understanding Financial Statements13.1) (2) Income statement; (1) balance sheet; (3) cash flow statement; (4) operating activities; (5) investing activities, and (6) financing activities; (7) capital account (paid-in capital) 13.2) (7), (8), (
University of Texas - ME - 353
University of Texas - ME - 353
University of Texas - ME - 353
Chapter 4 Equivalence Calculations under Inflation4.1)1.1(1 + f )11 = 3.15 f = 10.04% 100(1 + 0.1004)11 = 286.454.2)(a) 144.5(1 + f )5 = 170.6 f = 3.3766%(b)170.6(1 + 0.033766) 2 = 182.324.3)100(1 + 0.05)(1 + 0.08) = 113.40 100( F / P, f ,2) = 113
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #1 Due Friday, Janurary 29 1. Locate the Au-Ti phase diagram (Hint: there are several sources for this available in the Engineering Library in either book form or electronically. DO NOT download th
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #1 Due Friday, 1/29/10 1. Locate the Au-Ti phase diagram (Hint: there are several sources for this available in the Engineering Library in either book form or electronically. DO NOT download the ph
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #2 Due Friday, 2/5/10 1. Due to microsegregation, an alloy has solidified with the sinusoidal variation in composition shown below. The activation energy for diffusion of solute in this material is
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #2 Due Friday, 2/5/10 1. Due to microsegregation, an alloy has solidified with the sinusoidal variation in composition shown below. The activation energy for diffusion of solute in this material is
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #3 Due Friday, 2/12/10 1. Schey 7B-17. List at least two methods for both part a) and part b). Solution See section 7-8 and Figure 3-22. a) According to Table 7-3, the highest level of surface deta
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #3 Due Friday, 2/12/10 1. Schey 7B-17. List at least two methods for both part a) and part b). 2. Automotive grills are sometimes made of Al-Si-Cu die casting alloys. To explain the reasons, a) Dra
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #4 Due Friday, February 19 1. Schey 18C-2 a, b, d, and e (give temperatures/times). Solution a) From Table 8-2 (or the ASM Handbook vol 2., pg 102), the T6 condition yields the highest strength. Fr
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #4 Due Friday, February 19 1. Schey 18C-2 a, b, d, and e (give temperatures and times). 2. A cold-rolled plate of AISI 1020 steel is to be butt welded to a plate of hot-rolled AISI 1080 steel using
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #5 Due Friday, February 26 1. Two rods of steel (yield strength = 410 MPa) with a diameter of 25.0 mm are brazed using a silver-copper braze material (yield strength = 70.0 MPa) to form a very thin
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #5 Due Friday, February 26 1. Two rods of steel (yield strength = 410 MPa) with a diameter of 25.0 mm are brazed using a silver-copper braze material (yield strength = 70.0 MPa) to form a very thin
University of Texas - ME - 336
ME 336 Spring 2010 Unique # 17980 Prof. D. Kovar Homework #8 Due Friday, April 2 1. Schey 10C-2, parts b) and c) 2. Schey 10C-18 3. a) A sheet of Ti-6Al-4V 5 mm thick is bent so that a final radius of 5 mm is obtained. Calculate the radius before springba
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