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### Table of Content:

- Chapter 1 Foundations of Engineering Economy
- 1.1 Why Engineering Economy and the Time Value of Money are Important
- 1.2 Performing an Engineering Economy Study
- 1.3 Professional Ethics and Economic Decisions
- 1.4 Interest Rate and Rate of Return
- 1.5 Terminology and Symbols
- 1.6 Cash Flows: Estimation and Diagramming
- 1.7 Economic Equivalence
- 1.8 Simple and Compound Interest
- 1.9 Minimum Attractive Rate of Return
- 1.10 Introduction to Spreadsheet Use
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Cost of Electricity with Renewable Sources Added
- Chapter 2 Factors: How Time and Interest Affect Money
- Progressive Example—The Steel Plant Case
- 2.1 Single-Amount Factors (F/P and P/F)
- 2.2 Uniform Series Present Worth Factor and Capital Recovery Factor (P/A and A/P)
- 2.3 Sinking Fund Factor and Uniform Series Compound Amount Factor (A/F and F/A)
- 2.4 Factor Values for Untabulated i or n Values
- 2.5 Arithmetic Gradient Factors (P/G and A/G)
- 2.6 Geometric Gradient Series Factors
- 2.7 Determining i or n for Known Cash Flow Values
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—The Amazing Impact of Compound Interest
- Chapter 3 Combining Factors and Spreadsheet Functions
- 3.1 Calculations for Uniform Series That Are Shifted
- 3.2 Calculations Involving Uniform Series and Randomly Placed Single Amounts
- 3.3 Calculations for Shifted Gradients
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Preserving Land for Public Use
- Chapter 4 Nominal and Effective Interest Rates
- Progressive Example—The Credit Card Offer Case
- 4.1 Nominal and Effective Interest Rate Statements
- 4.2 Effective Annual Interest Rates
- 4.3 Effective Interest Rates for Any Time Period
- 4.4 Equivalence Relations: Payment Period and Compounding Period
- 4.5 Equivalence Relations: Single Amounts with PP ≥ CP
- 4.6 Equivalence Relations: Series with PP ≥ CP
- 4.7 Equivalence Relations: Single Amounts and Series with PP < CP
- 4.8 Effective Interest Rate for Continuous Compounding
- 4.9 Interest Rates That Vary Over Time
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Is Owning a Home a Net Gain or Net Loss Over Time
- Learning Stage 2 Basic Analysis Tools
- Chapter 5 Present Worth Analysis
- Progressive Example—Water for Semiconductor Manufacturing Case
- 5.1 Formulating Alternatives
- 5.2 Present Worth Analysis of Equal-Life Alternatives
- 5.3 Present Worth Analysis of Different-Life Alternatives
- 5.4 Future Worth Analysis
- 5.5 Capitalized Cost Analysis
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Comparing Social Security Benefits
- Chapter 6 Annual Worth Analysis
- 6.1 Advantages and Uses of Annual Worth Analysis
- 6.2 Calculation of Capital Recovery and AW Values
- 6.3 Evaluating Alternatives by Annual Worth Analysis
- 6.4 AW of a Permanent Investment
- 6.5 Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Annual Worth Analysis—Then and Now
- Chapter 7 Rate of Return Analysis: One Project
- 7.1 Interpretation of a Rate of Return Value
- 7.2 Rate of Return Calculation Using a PW or AW Relation
- 7.3 Special Considerations When Using the ROR Method
- 7.4 Multiple Rate of Return Values
- 7.5 Techniques to Remove Multiple Rates of Return
- 7.6 Rate of Return of a Bond Investment
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Developing and Selling an Innovative Idea
- Chapter 8 Rate of Return Analysis: Multiple Alternatives
- 8.1 Why Incremental Analysis Is Necessary
- 8.2 Calculation of Incremental Cash Flows for ROR Analysis
- 8.3 Interpretation of Rate of Return on the Extra Investment
- 8.4 Rate of Return Evaluation Using PW: Incremental and Breakeven (Two Alternatives)
- 8.5 Rate of Return Evaluation Using AW
- 8.6 Incremental ROR Analysis of Multiple (More than Two) Alternatives
- 8.7 All-in-One Spreadsheet Analysis
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Peforming ROR Analysis for 3D Printer and IIoT Technology
- Case Study—How a New Engineering Graduate Can Help His Father
- Chapter 9 Benefit/Cost Analysis and Public Sector Economics
- Progressive Example—Water Treatment Facility #3 Case
- 9.1 Public Sector Projects
- 9.2 Benefit/Cost Analysis of a Single Project
- 9.3 Incremental B/C Analysis (Two Alternatives)
- 9.4 Incremental B/C Analysis of Multiple (More than Two) Alternatives
- 9.5 Service Sector Projects and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
- 9.6 Ethical Considerations in the Public Sector
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Highway Lighting Options to Reduce Traffic Accidents
- Learning Stage 2 Epilogue: Selecting The Basic Analysis Tool
- Learning Stage 3 Making Better Decisions
- Chapter 10 Project Financing and Noneconomic Attributes
- 10.1 MARR Relation to the Cost of Capital
- 10.2 Debt-Equity Mix and Weighted Average Cost of Capital
- 10.3 Determination of the Cost of Debt Capital
- 10.4 Determination of the Cost of Equity Capital and the MARR
- 10.5 Effect of Debt-Equity Mix on Investment Risk
- 10.6 Multiple Attribute Analysis: An Introduction
- 10.7 Evaluation Measure for Multiple Attributes
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Expanding a Business—Debt vs. Equity Financing
- Chapter 11 Replacement and Retention Decisions
- Progressive Example—Keep or Replace the Kiln Case
- 11.1 Basics of a Replacement Study
- 11.2 Economic Service Life
- 11.3 Performing a Replacement Study
- 11.4 Additional Considerations in a Replacement Study
- 11.5 Replacement Study over a Specified Study Period
- 11.6 Replacement Value
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—A Pumper System with an ESL Problem
- Chapter 12 Independent Projects with Budget Limitation
- 12.1 An Overview of Capital Rationing among Projects
- 12.2 Capital Rationing Using PW Analysis of Equal-Life Projects
- 12.3 Capital Rationing Using PW Analysis of Unequal-Life Projects
- 12.4 Capital Budgeting Problem Formulation Using Linear Programming
- 12.5 Additional Project Ranking Measures
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Chapter 13 Breakeven and Payback Analysis
- 13.1 Breakeven Analysis for a Single Project
- 13.2 Breakeven Analysis Between Two Alternatives
- 13.3 Payback Analysis
- 13.4 More Breakeven and Payback Analysis on Spreadsheets
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Exercises for Spreadsheets
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Water Treatment Plant Process Costs
- Learning Stage 4 Rounding Out the Study
- Chapter 14 Effects of Inflation
- 14.1 Understanding the Impact of Inflation
- 14.2 Present Worth Calculations Adjusted for Inflation
- 14.3 Future Worth Calculations Adjusted for Inflation
- 14.4 Capital Recovery Calculations Adjusted for Inflation
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Inflation Considerations for Stock and Bond Investments
- Chapter 15 Cost Estimation and Indirect Cost Allocation
- 15.1 Understanding How Cost Estimation Is Accomplished
- 15.2 Unit Method
- 15.3 Cost Indexes
- 15.4 Cost-Estimating Relationships: Cost-Capacity Equations
- 15.5 Cost-Estimating Relationships: Factor Method
- 15.6 Indirect Cost Rates and Allocation: The Traditional Method
- 15.7 Activity-Based Costing (ABC) for Indirect Costs
- 15.8 Making Estimates and Maintaining Ethical Practices
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Indirect Cost Analysis of Medical Equipment Manufacturing Costs
- Case Study—Deceptive Acts Can Get You in Trouble
- Chapter 16 Depreciation Methods
- 16.1 Depreciation Terminology
- 16.2 Straight Line (SL) Depreciation
- 16.3 Declining Balance (DB) and Double Declining Balance (DDB) Depreciation
- 16.4 Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS)
- 16.5 Determining the MACRS Recovery Period
- 16.6 Depletion Methods
- Chapter Summary
- Appendix
- 16A.1 Sum-of-Years-Digits (SYD) and Unit-of-Production (UOP) Depreciation
- 16A.2 Switching between Depreciation Methods
- 16A.3 Determination of MACRS Rates
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Appendix Problems
- Chapter 17 After-Tax Economic Analysis
- 17.1 Income Tax Terminology and Basic Relations
- 17.2 Calculation of Cash Flow after Taxes
- 17.3 Effect on Taxes of Different Depreciation Methods and Recovery Periods
- 17.4 Depreciation Recapture and Capital Gains (Losses)
- 17.5 After-Tax Economic Evaluation
- 17.6 After-Tax Replacement Study
- 17.7 After-Tax Value-Added Analysis
- 17.8 After-Tax Analysis for International Projects
- 17.9 Value-Added Tax
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—After-Tax Analysis for Business Expansion
- Chapter 18 Sensitivity Analysis and Staged Decisions
- 18.1 Determining Sensitivity to Parameter Variation
- 18.2 Sensitivity Analysis Using Three Estimates
- 18.3 Estimate Variability and the Expected Value
- 18.4 Expected Value Computations for Alternatives
- 18.5 Staged Evaluation of Alternatives Using a Decision Tree
- 18.6 Real Options in Engineering Economics
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Sensitivity to the Economic Environment
- Case Study—Sensitivity Analysis of Public Sector Projects—Water Supply Plans
- Chapter 19 More on Variation and Decision Making under Risk
- 19.1 Interpretation of Certainty, Risk, and Uncertainty
- 19.2 Elements Important to Decision Making under Risk
- 19.3 Random Samples
- 19.4 Sample Estimates: Mean and Standard Deviation
- 19.5 Monte Carlo Sampling and Simulation Analysis
- Chapter Summary
- Problems
- Additional Problems and FE Exam Review Questions
- Case Study—Using Simulation and Three-Estimate Sensitivity Analysis
- Appendix A Using Spreadsheets and Microsoft Excel®
- A.1 Introduction to Using Excel
- A.2 Organization (Layout) of the Spreadsheet
- A.3 Spreadsheet Functions Important to Engineering Economy (Alphabetical Order)
- A.4 Goal Seek—A Tool for Breakeven and Sensitivity Analysis
- A.5 Solver—An Optimizing Tool for Capital Budgeting, Breakeven, and Sensitivity Analysis
- A.6 Error Messages
- Appendix B Basics of Accounting Reports and Business Ratios
- B.1 The Balance Sheet
- B.2 Income Statement and Cost of Goods Sold Statement
- B.3 Business Ratios
- Appendix C Code of Ethics for Engineers
- Appendix D Alternate Methods for Equivalence Calculations
- D.1 Using Programmable Calculators
- D.2 Using the Summation of a Geometric Series
- Appendix E Glossary of Concepts and Terms
- E.1 Important Concepts and Guidelines
- E.2 Symbols and Terms
- Reference Materials
- Factor Tables
- Index

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