Engineering Economic and Cost Analysis, by Courtland A. Collier and Charles R. Glagola, is especially written for practicing engineers and those studying to become engineers. The third edition reflects the recent changes that have taken place in the field of engineering economy and continues to present the subject matter in a straightforward and practical manner. This book will help engineering students prepare for real-world situations and provide professionals with a valuable tool for how to implement cost analysis.Features: Addresses important concepts in civil engineering practice with numerous worked examples Provides a logical development of economic analysis principles in the first six chapters Promotes understanding of the relationship between time and money by providing numerous cash flow diagrams Covers advanced topics like equipment replacement and double gradients in more depth than competing books New to the Third Edition: Contains 165 revised examples and additional cash flow diagrams to provide greater opportunity for appreciating economic principles in practice Offers worked spreadsheet examples that allow readers to work problems with both conventional and computer methods Provides updated information for current tax lawsThis book will help engineering students prepare for real-world situations and provide professionals with a valuable tool for how to implement cost analysis.
|Title||:||Engineering Economic and Cost Analysis|
|Author||:||Courtland A. Collier, Charles R. Glagola|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1998|