ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice October 4, 2006 Problem 1. (20 points)
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance +El
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice July 9, 2003 Problem 1.
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(a) The disadvantage of performing a single long simulation of a system instead of several intermediate length simulations is that the dependence
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice November 16, 2005 Problem 1.
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(a) Most government standards are written as design standards, because they are easier to regulate and enforce. (b) Maintenance expenses, as
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice November 13, 2006 Problem 1.
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(a) The disadvantage of performing a single long simulation instead of several intermediate length simulations is that randomness at earl
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice March 30, 2005 Problem 1.
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(a) There is typically higher tolerance for risk (perceived risk less than actual risk) if: Voluntary Familiar In the future One is in control
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice November 10, 2004 Problem 1.
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(a) There is typically higher tolerance for risk (perceived risk less than actual risk) if: Voluntary Familiar In the future One is in contr
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice March 29, 2004 Problem 1. (a) There is typically higher tolerance for risk if: Voluntary Familiar Uncertain In the future One is in control Tolerance depends on who is affected. Tolerance depends on
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice November 12, 2003 Problem 1. (a) There is typically higher tolerance for risk if: Voluntary Familiar Uncertain In the future One is in control Tolerance depends on who is affected. Tolerance depends
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice June 9, 2006 Problem 1. (30 points) _C_ Quality Function Deployment _D_ decomposition _M_ non-recurring cost _O_ duty-based _R_ cash flow diagram Problem 2. (25 points) A. (5 points) What fixed amou
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice February 22, 2006 Problem 1. (20 points)
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance +
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice September 17, 2003 Problem 1. (21 points)
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A. P=Initial Payment+A(P/A, i%, n)+G(P/G,i%,n)-SV(P/F,i%,n) P=500+300(P/A, 6%,10)+50(P/G,6%,10)-200(P/F,6%,10) (1 + i)n - 1 (1
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice October 5, 2005
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance +El
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice February 16, 2005 Problem 1. (26 points)
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance +
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice February 4, 2004 Problem 1. (26 points)
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance +E
ECE 4000 - Project Engineering and Professional Practice September 15, 2004 Problem 1. (26 points)
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For each motor, the present value of the operating cost = Purchase Price (not considered here) + Present value of (Maintenance