Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 6th Edition

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    Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis, 6th Edition

    By John A. White, Kenneth E. Case, David B. Pratt

    Principles of Engineering Economic Analysis teaches engineers to properly and methodically evaluate their work on an economic basis, and to convey it effectively to those who have the power to say “yea” or “nay.” The course is comprehensive and flexible; it includes all standard topics plus stronger coverage of more advanced analysis techniques than other courses. Principles provides a unified treatment of economic analysis principles and techniques from a cash flow perspective, a proven classroom approach.

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    Excel Tools

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    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Engineering Economic Analysis
    Chapter 2. Time Value Of Money
    Chapter 3. Borrowing, Lending, And Investing
    Chapter 4. Establishing The Planning Horizon And The Minimum Attractive Rate Of Return
    Chapter 5. Present Worth Analysis
    Chapter 6. Future Worth Analysis
    Chapter 7. Annual Worth Analysis
    Chapter 8. Rate Of Return Analysis
    Chapter 9. Depreciation Methods
    Chapter 10. After-Tax Economic Analysis
    Chapter 11. Replacement Analysis
    Chapter 12. Inflation Effects
    Chapter 13. Supplementary Analysis
    Chapter 14. Economic Analysis In The Public And Regulated Sectors
    Chapter 15. Capital Budgeting
    Chapter 16. Obtaining And Estimating Cash Flows

    A. Discrete Compound Interest Tables
    B. Continuous Compound Interest Tables

    Answers To Even-Numbered Problems

    Excel Tools

    Excel spreadsheets are provided as a problem-solving tool. Spreadsheet examples are abundant and displayed as actual screenshots, which makes it easier to visually and cognitively follow along. Excel Utilities and Excel Data Files are also provided as resources.

    Guided Online (GO) Multipart Problems & GO Tutorials

    GO Multipart Problems break the problem-solving process down into multiple parts, which must be completed in order to move forward. GO Tutorial Problems give instructors the option of providing students with a GO Tutorial as question assistance, which breaks the problem down into steps.

    Video Lessons & Worked Problem Videos

    Video Lessons tackle key concepts from the text and are narrated by author Kellie Grasman. Worked Problem Videos walk students through a specific example from the text via virtual whiteboard a voice-over.

    Chapter 1. Engineering Economic Analysis
    Chapter 2. Time Value Of Money
    Chapter 3. Borrowing, Lending, And Investing
    Chapter 4. Establishing The Planning Horizon And The Minimum Attractive Rate Of Return
    Chapter 5. Present Worth Analysis
    Chapter 6. Future Worth Analysis
    Chapter 7. Annual Worth Analysis
    Chapter 8. Rate Of Return Analysis
    Chapter 9. Depreciation Methods
    Chapter 10. After-Tax Economic Analysis
    Chapter 11. Replacement Analysis
    Chapter 12. Inflation Effects
    Chapter 13. Supplementary Analysis
    Chapter 14. Economic Analysis In The Public And Regulated Sectors
    Chapter 15. Capital Budgeting
    Chapter 16. Obtaining And Estimating Cash Flows

    A. Discrete Compound Interest Tables
    B. Continuous Compound Interest Tables

    Answers To Even-Numbered Problems