CIVL 3812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial 7.2
Objectives:
Understand basic terminologies/concepts including real/actual dollars, real/combined
interests, general inflation indicators.
Be able to apply meth
Question 1
1 out of 1 points
What lump-sum amount of interest will be paid on a $12,000 loan that was
made on August 1, 2005, and repaid on November 1, 2009, with ordinary
simple interest at 9% per y
CIVL 3812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial 4.2
Objectives:
Understand the assumptions underlying each method including NPV, NFV, Annual
W orth, IRR, ERR and payback period.
Able to apply the methods to a gi
CIVL 2812 Project
Appraisal Tutorial
Question5.1 Objectives:
1. To understand the basic concepts for comparing alternatives.
2. Be able to apply methods learned so far to compare projects with same us
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question4.2
Objectives:
Understand the assumptions underlying each method including NPV, NFV, Annual Worth, IRR, ERR
and payback period.
Able to apply the methods
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CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question3.2
Objectives:
Understand time-money relationship through problem solving.
Problem 4-103
You repay a student loan of $20,000 in equal monthly installments
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Questions 1.2
Objectives:
Understand the concepts of simple & compound interest, equivalence, cash-flow, time value of money.
Be able to draw correct cash flow dia
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question4.1
Objectives:
Understand the concept MARR and be able to determine its value for a given project. Understand
and able to apply NPV, NFV and payback perio
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question2.1
Objectives:
Be able to calculate equivalent values using interest tables for deferred annuities, Arithmetic sequences of
cash flows and those involving
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question2.2
Problem 4-60
Maintenance expenses for a bridge on a local river are estimated to be $30,000 per year for the first 10 years,
followed by two separate $
CIVL 2812 Project Appraisal
Tutorial Question3.1
Objectives:
Be able to use interest tables and apply interest formulas to calculate equivalent values for
Geometric sequences and Uniform gradient sequ
Last Week: Comparing Alternatives
with same useful lives
Comparison of Mutually Exclusive Alternatives (MEAs)
5.2 DEPRECIATION
Investment Alternatives (usually includes DN)
Cost Alternatives (must do
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Agenda
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2.1 Deferred Annuities and
Arithmetic Gradient cash flow
Interest & Equivalence
Single amount
F = P (F/P, i%, N)
P = F (P/F, i%, N)
Uniform Series:
F = A (F/A, i%, N)
P = A (P/A, i%,
Last Session
Important for Engineers to learn project
appraisal!
Overall Mark = Online Quizzes (15%) +
Mid-Term Exam (25%) + Final exam (55%)
+ Participation (5%)
24 online quizzes, only the best 1
Quiz 1.2
1
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A future amount of $100,000 is to be accumulated through annual payment, A, over 20 years.
The last payment of A occurs simultaneously with the future amount at the end of year 20. If
the
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Last Session
CIVL3812 Project Appraisal
Lecture 9.2 Multiple Factor Sensitivity Analysis & The Distribution
of Random Variables
Sources of uncertainty
- Inaccuracy of cash-flow estimates
- T
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Whatyoualreadyknow
Differences betweenprivatelyownedandpubliclyownedprojects
AnalysisofMultiplepurposeprojects
Difficultiesinevaluatingpublicsectorprojects
Diffi l i i l i bli
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Evaluation