Economic Analysis And Life Cycle Costing Pdf
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Official websites use. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. Purpose Life Cycle Costing LCC is an important economic analysis used in the selection of alternatives that impact both pending and future costs. It compares initial investment options and identifies the least cost alternatives for a twenty year period. In general, LCC is expected to support selection of all building systems that impact energy use: thermal envelope, passive solar features, fenestration, HVAC, domestic hot water, building automation and lighting. However, LCC can also be applied to building features or involve costs related to occupant productivity, system maintenance, environmental impact and any other issue that impacts costs over time.
Life Cycle Costing
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: The objective of this research is to develop a robust method that permits equipment fleet managers to maximize the cost effectiveness of the fleet by optimizing the overall lifecycle value of each piece in the fleet. View PDF. Save to Library. Create Alert.
Life cycle costing is also termed as whole life costing. It is a technique to determine the total cost of ownership. The approach is structured one which addresses all elements of cost. It can be used to produce a spend profile of the product or service over its anticipated life-span. Life cycle costing is achieved through a combination of financial, engineering, management and other disciplines. Life cycle costing emphasise to the total life cycle costs to arrive at the optimum decision. As a part of price strategy, most of the firms prefer to recover almost total cost during the growth stage, so that during maturity and decline stage, they may be able to face competition by lowering the price of their products.
Most sport and recreation facilities in Western Australia are built or refurbished with funding from the department. An important part of the funding process is to make sure the community can bear the true cost of running and maintaining a facility well into the future. These Life Cycle Cost Guidelines provides facility owners, architects and engineers with the tools they need to develop life cycle cost reports that will be used by the department as it considers publicly owned or funded facilities. The guidelines mean analysis and reporting can be standardised to ensure a timely and accurate technical review of your facility or project. The Department of Sport and Recreation is committed to pursuing the most desirable project outcomes that reduce the cost to the sport and recreation industry and the broader community. Life cycle costing is a key asset management tool that takes into account the whole of life implications of planning, acquiring, operating, maintaining and disposing of an asset. The process is an evaluation method that considers all ownership and management costs.
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Major equipment life cycle cost analysis
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In the early stages of design and development all these requirements have to be considered in terms of their long-term impacts on the entire product life cycle. The approach discussed in this paper combines quality and value-driven tools with the methodology of life cycle costing including the assessment of environmental aspects. While traditional cost optimising was successful by streamlining operations and returning to core competencies, this approach allows for sustainable cost optimisation in the early stages of product development and correlates with quality planning as well as ecologic product assessment. Based on the Value-Oriented Life Cycle Costing method, product components are evaluated over their life cycle to identify those components incurring high life cycle costs compared to their functional value. In order to achieve an efficient and effective design to life cycle the methods of Quality Function Deployment and Value Analysis are aligned with the methods of Life Cycle Costing and Life Cycle Assessment to be integrated into a comprehensive approach.
Aug 22 In these times of intensifying international economic competition , producers are searching for ways to gain a sustainable market advantage for their prod ucts , systems , and structures.
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