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IE 342 - Engineering Economics

IE 342 dersinde Hocanın derste ödev olarak verdiği Study Sheetler üzerinden soruları çözüyor; gerekirse geçmiş yıl sınavlarının üzerinden geçiyoruz.  



Ders Tanıtımı:

Analysis of engineering decisions; principles and methodology of comparing decision alternatives, such as various engineering designs, manufacturing equipment, or industrial projects. Dealing with uncertainty and risk; rational decision making when future outcomes are uncertain. Concepts of time value of money. Effects of depreciation, inflation, and taxation on economic decisions. Cost-benefit analysis of public projects. Replacement analysis. Introduction to financial engineering.


Haftalık Konular: 

  1. Ch.1: Engineering Economic Decisions Ch.2: Accounting: The Basis of Decision Making Ch.2: Financial Status for Businesses

  2. Ch.3: Time Value of Money Ch.3: Economic Equivalence Ch.3: Interest Formulas - Single Cash Flows

  3. Ch.3: Interest Formulas – Equal Payment Series Ch.3: Interest Formulas – Gradient Series Ch.3: Unconventional Equivalence Calculations

  4. Ch.4: Nominal and Effective Interest Rates Ch.4: Equivalence Analysis using Effective Interest Rates Ch.4: Debt Management Ch.4: Investing in Financial Assets

  5. Ch.5: Payback Period Ch.5: Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Ch.5: Variations of Present Worth Analysis Ch.5: Comparing Mutually Exclusive Alternatives

  6. Ch.6: Annual Equivalent Worth Criterion Ch.6: Applying Annual Worth Analysis

  7. Ch.7: Rate of Return Analysis Ch.7: Finding RoR Ch.7: Internal Rate of Return Criterion

  8. Ch.7: Incremental Analysis Ch.9: Asset Depreciation

  9. Ch.9: Depreciation Methods Ch.9: Corporate Income Taxes

  10. Ch.10: Developing Project Cash Flows Ch.11: Meaning and Measure of Inflation

  11. Ch.11: Equivalence Calculation under Inflation Ch.11: Effects of Inflation of Project Cash Flows

  12. Ch.12: Project Risk Ch.12: Estimating Risk

  13. Ch.12: Decision Tree Analysis

  14. Ch.14: Replacement Analysis Fundamentals Ch.14: Replacement Decision Models

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