enev 223 assn 2 - 1 RISK ASSESSMENT*ACTIVITY/SPORT Soccer...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. RISK ASSESSMENT: *ACTIVITY/SPORT: Soccer Risk Frequency Severity Nature Impact F S N (I = F*S*N) Strains or Contusions (bruising) 4 3-1-12 Dislocations 1 2-1-2 Fractures 2 3-1-6 Lacerations 2 2-1-4 Ankle sprains 4 4-1-16 Head injuries (including concussions) 3 3-1-9 * The assessments were weighted out of 5. The frequencies used were based on judgement of the number of players injured in my soccer team last season. The severity was based on a value judgement of the effects of the injuries on the players themselves and the team, also considering the time period the affected players had to be exempt from games. Problem 2.1 a) Diameter (cm) Cost of Pipe in the Ground ($/ m) Capital Cost of Pumping Station ($) Expected Annual Power Cost ($) 20 1.5 150000 10000 25 2.5 145000 8000 30 3.5 140000 7000 40 4 120000 6000 Thus: Diameter (cm) Cost of Pipe in the Ground ($) Capital Cost of Pumping Station ($) Expected Annual Power Cost ($) ($/m)*(m) 20 37500 150000 10000 25 62500 145000 8000 30 87500 140000 7000 40 100000 120000 6000 Based on an 8% interest rate and an expected life of 20 years C R = 0.10185 25km = 25000m D iameter (cm) Annual Cost of P ipe in the Ground ($) Annual Cost of Pumping S tation ($) Expected Annual Power Cost ($) Total Annual Cost ($) Ranking C R * pipe cost C R * pumping cost...
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course BUSINESS 111 taught by Professor Fredjames during the Spring '11 term at Abu Dhabi University.

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