Assignment 5
Solution
Question 1
Some special handling devices can be bought for $12,000. At the end of 4 years they can be sold
for $3,500. Determine the book value of the assets after 3 years of depreciation using SOYD.
Solution:
The complete depreciati

Assignment 4
1- A project has been selected for implementation. The net cash flow (NCF) profile associated with
the project is shown below. MARR is 10 percent/year.
EOY
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
NCF
-$70,000
$30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000 $30,000+$2,000
What

Assignment 5
Solutions
Q1. A vehicle has a first cost 0f $20,000. Its market value declines by 15% annually. It is used by a firm
that estimates the effect of older vehicles on the firms image. A new car has no image cost. But the
cost of older vehicles c

Chapter 1
Engineering
Economic
Analysis
Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 5th edition
What Is Included in Chapter 1
1. The importance of the time value of
money (TVOM)
2. Four discounted cash flow rules
3. Ten principles of engineering
economic

Chapter 3
Borrowing,
Lending, and
Investing
Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 5th edition
Equivalence
Two cash flow streams are said to be
equivalent at k% interest if and only if
their present worths are equal at k%
interest.
Principles of Eng

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Concordia University
Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science
BLDG 6561 Building Economics
"In the event of extraordinary circumstances beyond the University's control,
the content and/or evaluation scheme in this course is sub

Feasibility Study of Green Walls
At the University of Illinois
CEE 398: Project Based Learning
Final Project Report
Written By: Jaime Mathew, Aromi Salot
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Our group developed a feasibility study on the implementation of a Green Wall at

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Series and Arithmetic Series
A series is the sum of the terms of a
sequence.
The sum of an arithmetic progression (an
arithmetic

BLDG 7871
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Zhao, Chenfu (27279884)
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Background
Boilers maybe are the biggest and most important facilities in a modern power station, the boiler steel
frame

SCHEDULE 8
CAPITAL COST ALLOWANCE (CCA) (2006 and later tax years)
Name of corporation
Code 0602
Business Number
Year
Tax year-end
Month
Day
For more information, see the section called "Capital Cost Allowance" in the T2 Corporation Income Tax Guide.
Is t

Dr. Nasma Budawara, BLDG 6561
1
What is Depreciation
Depreciated Versus expensed
Types of depreciable property
Depreciation methods
Capital Cost Allowance
Tax depreciation
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2
1
Method to represent decrease in value of a
tan

BLDG 6561
2
Dr.Nasma Budawara -BLDG 6561
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Introduction to Building Economics
Preparing an Economic Feasibility Study
Cost terminology
3
Limitless WANTS + FINITE RESOURCES =
THE NEED TO ECONOMISE
Maximise our satisfaction with our limited resouces,
ECO

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Dr. Nasma Budawara, BLDG 6561
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1
Dr. Nasma Budawara
3
Inflation decreases
the purchasing
power of money
Dr. Nasma Budawara
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2
makes future dollars less
valuable than present dollars.
Inflation
Purchasing

Time Value of
Money
BLDG 6561 - Dr. Nasma Budawara
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Time Value of Money
1.
Cash Flow Diagrams
2.
Interest
Time Value of Money
Types of interest
Simple
Compound Interest
3.
Economic Equivalence
4.
Types of Cash Flow
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Assignment 2 Solution:
1- Find the value of P for the following cash flow diagram
P = $1,250 (P/A, 10%, 8) $250 (P/G, 10%, 8) + $3,000 $250 (P/F, 10%, 8)
= $1,250 (5.335) $250 (16.029) + $3,000 $250 (0.4665)
= $5,545
2- A set of cash flow begins at $20,00

Building Economics, BLDG 6561
Assignment 5
Online submission
Question 1:
A vehicle has a first cost 0f $20,000. Its market value declines by 15% annually. It is used by a firm that
estimates the effect of older vehicles on the firms image. A new car has n

1. Identify the alternatives
2. Define the planning horizon
3. Specify the discount rate
4. Estimate the cash flows
5. Compare the alternatives
6. Perform supplementary analyses
7. Select the preferred investment
1
until now we have ignored the
possibilit

Replacement Analysis
BLDG 6561 Dr. Nasma Budawara
1
If you need a new machine and dont buy it,
you pay for it without ever getting it.
Henry Ford
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Agenda
Replacement Analysis
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Assignment 3 Solution
1-An economist has predicted that for the next 5 years, annual inflation will be 8%, and then there will
be 5 years at a 6% inflation rate. This is equivalent to what average price change per year for the entire
10-year period
To buy

Assignment 6
Question 1
Some special handling devices can be bought for $12,000. At the end of 4 years they can be sold
for $3,500. Determine the book value of the assets after 3 years of depreciation using SOYD.
Question 2
A tractor for over-the-road hau

Lecture 9
After Tax Cash Flow
By the end of the lecture
Tax understand
you will
Income tax , taxable income, and
corporate Tax rate.
Perform After tax calculation
The effect of the following on ATCF:
depreciation,
inflation, and
borrowed money
2
BLD

BLDG 6561/1 AA - Assignment 2
Due 14:45, Wednesday, May 25, 2016
1. An industrial juicer costs $45,000. It will be used for five years and then sold to a
remarketer for $25,000. If interest is 15 percent, what net yearly savings are needed to
justify its