COST ESTIMATION Cost Indexes Present Cost=(original cost at time t)* • Marshall and Swift. 1. All industry-equipment index. Arithmetic average of 47 equipment types. 2. Process-industry equipment index. Weighted average of 8 of these: cement 2% paint 5% chemicals 48% paper 10% clay products 2% petroleum 22% glass 3% rubber 8% M&S was 100 in 1926.
Instructions for file "EQUIPMENT COSTS" accompanying Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers, 5th edition, Peters, Timmerhaus, and West. 1. The opening sheet of the file EQUIPMENT COSTS is called CALCULATION PAGE. The column at the left lists equipment types alphabetically. The names used are the same as those on the cost figures ...
· Project Management Cost Estimate Worksheet calculates project fee which, in most cases, is the driving force behind every design and construction project.. Project fee determines what the building looks like – size, shape, structure, building materials, air conditioning and heating systems, lighting, landscaping, etc., how much time the design professionals can devote to the project, how ...
Estimating the Cost of CoF and GSE L-4 February 2015 L.2.1. Non-CoF Funding Non-CoF funds are used for noncollateral equipment such as furniture, carpeting, telephone systems, GSE, and Special Test Equipment (STE). Other non-CoF costs include relocation/move-in expenses and calibration. Table L-1. Example Comparison of CoF and Non-CoF Items
· The curves give Purchased Equipment Cost as a function of a capacity variable. This work was performed to assist NETL engineers and scientists in performing rapid, order of magnitude level cost estimates or as an aid in evaluating the reasonableness of cost estimates submitted with proposed systems studies or proposals for new processes ...
· Design of a low cost equipment that may limit Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Abstract: This paper deals with the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) problem. The main objective is to limit it by controlling the main reasons that may lead to it. Sudden infant death syndrome is the death without specific reason of a healthy newborn, usually during ...
· Cost Engineering: Equipment Purchase Costs. A methodology and examples for estimating equipment costs are presented Engineers have the responsibility to create projects having attractive returns on investment and to create economically sound designs — designs that produce high-quality, competitively priced products.
Table 27 (P&T page 210) gives the percentages that need to be used to estimate the TOTAL PRODUCT COST. When applying these percentages, make sure that the final number makes sense. For example, one million dollars per year for Research and Development for a Cyclohexane process (a proven technology) does not make sense.
Equipment Cost • Costs for major pieces of equipment in PFD • Prices obtained from: – Vendor quotations – Previous projects – Literature (e.g. Peters et al.) – Default values simulation software • Cost estimate for unlisted equipment Peters, M., Timmerhaus, K. and West, R.: Plant design …
equipment – based upon detailed design calculations for foundations, platforms, piping, instrumentation, electrical connections, insulation, painting, … Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation 20 See Section 16.7 (SSL, 2004)–Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation Using The Aspen Icarus Process Evaluator (IPE)
The installation cost for equipment was based on linear interpolation from Table 5-11, and adjusted for inflation for the intervening four years. We expect inflation in the four years to be similar to the period 1990-1994 and we will use the GNP Deflator index.
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· Equipment Costs: Equipment rates depend on the project conditions to determine the correct size or capacity of equipment required to perform the work. When interfacing with other equipment, cycle times and equipment capacity control the costs on the project. ... (Design Cost Data (DCD), November 15, 2005). Mr. Perryman is Chairman of the ASPE ...
= the approximate cost ($) of equipment having size S B (cfm, Hp, ft 2, or whatever) C A = is the known cost ($) of equipment having corresponding size S A (same units as S B), and S B /S A is the ratio known as the size factor, dimensionless. (ratio)0.6
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Design cost factors for scaling-up engineering equipment. Une methode d''estimation du cout d''extrapolation d''echelle est basee sur le rapport «capacite d''un equipement existant/capacite de l''equipement desire» augmente d''un facteur R. Dans cet article, on presente les valeurs de ce facteur R pour plusieurs types d''equipement.
· A building design is deemed to be cost-effective if it results in benefits equal to those of alternative designs and has a lower whole life cost, or total cost of ownership. For example, the HVAC system alternative that satisfies the heating and cooling requirements of a building at the minimum whole life cost, is the cost-effective HVAC system ...
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· Costs of office and studio furniture (except for video switcher and audio console cabinets), office machines, and similar ineligible costs under the PTFP. Educational discounts from vendors and manufacturers. All pricing is based on basic capability and is shown at retail list price.
· At the start of the project, the facility was in the fourth year of a five-year bed replacement program. By the end of design, the initial $20 million medical equipment budget (based on 20 percent of construction cost) was $1.5 million lower than the final cost estimate of $21.5 million.
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• Avoid discussing the true cost of engineering services. There is a strong correlation between engineering hours and construction hours. This correlation allows a project team to accu-rately forecast final project costs and schedule before the final invoice …
equipment – based upon detailed design calculations for foundations, platforms, piping, instrumentation, electrical connections, insulation, painting, … Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation 20 See Section 16.7 (SSL, 2004) – Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation Using The Aspen Icarus Process Evaluator (IPE)
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· The costs associated with generating a design, and in some cases all the way through finished fabrication and installation of equipment is filed under engineering costs. Depending on the size of the project and the amount contracted to the outside, engineering costs may include 30% of the ISBL and up to all of the OSBL, or only 10% of the ISBL.
· A laser equipment is presented which has been specifically designed for optical hyperthermia. Such specificity in the design has allowed implementation at costs significantly lower than other options currently available in the market. The developed equipment includes a 808 nm laser whose output power is up to 500 mW.
· For preliminary cost estimating a correlation for jacketed stirred tank reactors operating at pressures below 20 bar can be used: where is the purchased equipment cost on a U.S. Gulf Coast Basis, are cost constants, is the size parameter, and is the exponent for that type of equipment.
DFA is a tool used to assist the design teams in the design of products that will transition to productions at a minimum cost, focusing on the number of parts, handling and ease of assembly.
The Naval Ship Life Cycle Cost (LCC) Model is an extension to SPAR''s existing cost model for estimating costs for ship design and new construction. This cost model now includes features for estimating the costs of ship operations and other life cycle activities. With the LCC estimating features linked directly to the design and
"Chemical Process Equipment - Selection and Design" by S. M. Walas, Butterworth-Heinemann, Boston, 1990, ISBN 0-409-90131-8 "Conceptual Cost Estimating Manual", by John S. Page, Gulf Publishing, Houston, 1996, ISBN 0-88415-267-7
weight and total cost estimates plus representative NRC breakdown by aircraft part (see Markish). Tool Engineering ME Design Tool Fab Support Totals 100.0% $7,093 $1,773 $1,862 $6,171 $833 $17,731 $20,862 $5,216 $5,476 $18,150 $2,451 $52,156 $12,837 $3,209 $3,370 $11,169 $1,508 $32,093
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· Cost Engineering: Equipment Purchase Costs. A methodology and examples for estimating equipment costs are presented Engineers have the responsibility to create projects having attractive returns on investment and to create …