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Remarkable technological advances still elave us basing most major engineering decisions on economic considerations. So, this clear and concise examination of the principles of engineering economics should benefit all undergraduate students, regardless of their area of interest. Students will learn about compound interest and the time value of money, depriciation and taxes and more, and then find out how to use this information to make real-life decisions. Includes hundreds of practise problems with answers.
Schaum's Outlines contains hundreds of worked-out solutions to problems covered in any college course.
Basic ConceptsAnnual CompoundingAlgebraic Relationships and Solution ProceduresDiscrete, Periodic CompoundingContinuous CompoundingEquivalencePW, FW, EUAS/EUACNew Present Value, Rate of Return, Payback Period, Benefit-Cost RatioChoosing Among Investment AlternativesEquipment Replacement and RetirementDepreciation and TaxesPreparing and Presenting an Economic Feasibility Study