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FINAL EXAMINATION
JANUARY 2015 SEMESTER
COURSE : VCB 4013 - CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
DATE : 27 APRIL 2015 (MONDAY)
TIME : 9.00 AM — 12.00 PM (3 hours)
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1. Answer ALL questions in the Answer Bookl

TIME VALUE OF MONEY
Chapter objectives
At the end of this topic, you should able to:
1. Describe the return to capital concept in the form of
interest.
2. Illustrate how basic equivalence calculations are made
with respect to the time value of capital in

Activity 3
What is the present value of these future payments?
1. $5500, 6 years from now at 9% compounded annually.
1 i n 1
P A
i 1 i n
1 0.09 6 1
P0 $5500
0.09 1 0.09 6
P0 $24672.55
Or Using the Compound Interest Tables:
P A(P / A,i%, n)
P0 $55

SUPPLY, DEMAND AND PRICE
SUPPLY, DEMAND AND PRICE
At the end of this topic, you should able to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Understand and apply the concept of supply and
demand.
Relate the law of supply and demand with examples.
Determine the elasticity demand with exam

TIME VALUE OF MONEY
Chapter objectives
At the end of this topic, you should able to:
1. Describe the return to capital concept in the form of
interest.
2. Illustrate how basic equivalence calculations are made
with respect to the time value of capital in

KXEX2162: Group Project
Title:
Business Proposal and Analysis for Feasibility of Opening a New Caf vs. Food Vending
Machines in the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya.
Description:
This assignment involves groups of students conducting a case st

KXEX 2162 ENGINEERING
ECONOMICS
Week 10 Comparison and selection
among alternatives
1
A choice (decisions) is among alternatives.
The objective of this lesson is to evaluate correctly
capital investment alternatives when the time value of
money is a key i

KXEX 2162 ENGINEERING
ECONOMICS
Week 11 Depreciation
At the end of this topic, you would be able to:
1.
Explain
the
basic
concepts
of
depreciation.
2. Differentiate between various depreciation methods
using
appropriate
examples.
3. Relate different depre

KXEX 2162 ENGINEERING
ECONOMICS
Week 8 Evaluating a Single Project
Part 1
1
Proposed capital projects
evaluated in several ways.
2
can
be
Present worth (PW)- week 8
Future worth (FW)- week 8
Annual worth (AW)- week 8
Internal rate of return (IRR)- week 9

1-9. Determine the resultant internal loadings on the
cross section through point D. Assume the reactions at the
supports A and B are vertical.
116. The shaft is supported at its ends by two hemngs A
and B and is subjected to the forces applied to the p

CHAP 3 : MECHANICAL
PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Relate stress and strain by employing empirically-obtained
linear elastic constants, E, G and
Discuss the behaviour described in the

LNB 20103 NUMERICAL METHODS
PROBLEM BASED LEARNING (ASSIGNMENT NO 1)
Problem: You are working in a Software company. Yesterday, your MD got an e-mail from Dr.
Yaseen Adnan as mentioned below:
To
The Managing Director
Data Soft Limited
Lumut, Malaysia
Subj

LNB 20303 Naval
Architecture 1
CHAPTER 2: HULL GEOMETRY
Prepared by: Muhammad Nasuha Mansor
Date: 3rd August 2009
Hull Form
The way to represent hull form?
The Lines Plan
What is lines plan?
A
ship's hull is a very complicated 3 dimensional shape.
The shi

CHAP 2 : STRAIN
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Define the concepts of normal and shear strains
Determine the deformation in loaded members by specifying
their respective normal and shear strains
But the stress

COST CONCEPT
Chapter objectives
At the end of this topic, you should able to:
1. Relate cost concept to the feasibility study.
2. Determine the demand that produce maximum total
revenue.
3. Apply the procedure for determining an optimal design
using cost