TI3004

TI3004 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS
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Two-hour class session each week Instructor(s): UBH, HRS, AK, TS
Textbook(s) and other supplemental materials 1.      Grant, E.L., W.G. Ireson, & R.S. Leavenworth, 2000, Principles of Engineering Economy, John Wiley & Sons, Chichester-England.

2.      Newnan, D.G, 1988, Engineering Economic Analysis, Engineering Press Inc, San Jose.

3.      Thuesen, G.J. & W.J. Fabricky, 2001, Engineering Economy, Prentice HallInc, Englewood Cliffs.

Course information Definisi dan ruang lingkup ekonomi teknik, cash flow, konsep nilai waktu dari uang, nilai ekivalen sekarang, nilai tahunan, internal rate of return, metode pengembalian, metode indeks probabilitas, analisis sensitivitas, depresiasi, inflasi dan deflasi, analisis penggantian, analisis pajak, analisis biaya-manfaat untuk investasi publik.
Definition and scope of engineering economics, cash flow, concept of time value of money, present equivalent value, annual value, internal rate of return, payback method, profitability index method, sensitivity analysis, depreciation, inflation and deflation, replacement analysis, tax analysis, public investment cost-benefit analysis.
Pre-requisite

  • TI2103 Introduction to Economics
  • TI3101            Cost Analysis
Co-requisite

  • N/A
Required Course
Learning outcomes Mahasiswa mampu memahami pengetahuan dasar dan memiliki keterampilan mengenai konsep pengambilan keputusan dalam pemilihan alternative rancangan teknis (rencana investasi) berdasarkan pertimbangan ekonomis.
Students are able to understand the basic knowledge and skills regarding the concept of decision making in the selection of technical design alternatives (investment plan) based on economic considerations.
Student Outcomes a b c d E f g h i j k
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Lecture/Lab Topics Covered

Week Topics
1 Introduction
2 Cash Flow
3 Time Value of Money
4 Present Equivalent Value
5 Annual Equivalent Value
6 Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
7 Payback Period
8 Midterm Test
9 Profitability Index
10 Sensitivity Analysis
11 Depreciation
12 Inflation and Deflation
13 Replacement Analysis
14 Tax Analysis
15 Public Project Evaluation
16 Final Test