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  • In order to assess the current and future transport situation from the economic and financial point of view, vehicle operating cost (VOC) was estimated by type of vehicle. The vehicle classification is consistent with that adopted in the traffic count surveys conducted in the Study. 

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  • Upon completion of this chapter you should understand: Approach to solving time value of money applications; uncertainty, risk and decision trees; determining operating costs; calculating annual costs. Inviting you refer.

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  • Chapter 5 introduce the process costing and operation costing. Learning objectives of this chapter: Process costing at Spritz, Process costing with work in process inventories, process costing using the weighted average method, process costing using the FIFO method, process costing and spoilage, operation costing, other issues in process costing.

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  • Abstract Quality plays very important role in today’s highly competitive industrial environment. Quality leads to an improvement in productivity. By improving quality, the method of optimization reduces process operational costs and variation in product. Quality, productivity & cost of operation relatively depended to each other. The main goals of quality management are customer satisfaction by delivery of defect free products at quality cost. Controlled processes are the most important ways to reach this goal. ...

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  • East and Southern Europe), India, parts of South America, Southwest U.S./northern Mexico and Australia. The operating characteristics of STPPs are relatively well matched with the intermediate and peak electricity load requirements in these regions. Two types of collectors have been used in STPPs: parabolic trough and central receiver. Electricity is generated by incorporating the solar collectors with a Rankine cycle power plant or as an add-on to a natural gas combined cycle (referred to as an ISCCS).

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  • The objective of operations management is to organize the production and sales/marketing efforts in the most appropriate way for the business. The purpose of a business is to produce a series of goods or services (from this point on, these terms are considered the same and are referred to as goods). It is a deciding factor that this process is achieved as cheaply as possible.

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  • A firm operates within the market and, simultaneously, it abandons the market in the sense that it replaces the market with command and control. A firm operates within the market and, simultaneously, it abandons the market in the sense that it replaces the market with command and control.

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  • Reducing up-front expenses in any FTTP architecture plays into every decision a carrier makes about solutions deployed in any particular situation. Reaching customers quickly and easily with robust, flexible, and reliable connectivity for delivering voice, data, and video services requires careful planning and good decision making. The introduction of hardened connectors and drop cables using multiport service terminals (MSTs) enables carriers to accelerate FTTP deployment, provide rapid service turn-up and enable operational cost savings throughout the life of the network....

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  • Today’s service providers are under tremendous pressure to ensure their networks are profitable. When it comes to fiber-to-the premise (FTTP) architectures, ADC has done its homework. ADC has helped providers maximize profits while minimizing expenses, and offers several white papers which explain considerations and techniques that can be applied to particular sections of the FTTP network to increase performance, flexibility, and profitability by decreasing capital expenses (CAPEX) and operating expenses (OPEX).

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  • Rising health premiums are exacerbating income inequality and making coverage too costly for many Americans. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that employer-sponsored health insurance premiums have more than doubled in the last nine years, a rate four times faster than wage increases.38 A study by McKinsey Global Institute of widening income gaps among U.S.

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  • The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued NUREG-1022, Revision 3, “Event Reporting Guidelines: 10 CFR 50.72 and 50.73.” The NUREG-1022 contains guidelines that the NRC staff considers acceptable for use in meeting the event reporting requirements for operating nuclear power reactors. Revision 3 to NUREG-1022 incorporates clarifying revisions to the guidelines.

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  • Even healthy people can be affected by air pollution. Air pollution can affect anyone. Healthy teenagers, young adults, and strong athletes can suffer negative effects from high pollution levels, especially when exercising outdoors. People who live in heavily polluted areas are exposed to not just one pollutant but to many pollutants. And, the concentration of each pollutant changes during the day. All of this makes it difficult to separate out the effects of each pollutant. In addition, how susceptible people are to the effects of air pollutants can vary widely.

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  • The Rule amendments also streamline and clarify the direct notice requirements to ensure that key information is presented to parents in a succinct “just-in-time” notice; expand the non- exhaustive list of acceptable methods for obtaining prior verifiable parental consent; create two new exceptions to the Rule’s notice and consent requirements; strengthen data security protections by requiring operators to take reasonable steps to release children’s personal information only to service providers and third parties who are capable of maintaining the confidentiality, security, an...

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  • The costing systems discussed in Chapters 3 and 4 represent the two ends of a continuum. On one end is job-order costing, which is used by companies that produce many different products in one facility. On the other end is process costing, which is used by compa- nies that produce homogeneous products in large quantities. Between these two extremes there are many hybrid systems that include characteristics of both job-order and process costing. One of these hybrids is called operation costing. ...

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  • The impacts of fuel consumption by light-duty vehicles are profound, influencing economic prosperity, national security, and Earth’s environment. Increasing energy efficiency has been a continuing and central objective for automobile manufacturers and regulators pursuing objectives that range from reducing vehicle operating costs and improving performance to reducing dependence on petroleum and limiting greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • This outcome is consistent with the educational design of the MBA units, which is based on an instructional model that emphasises instructivist and constructivist pedagogy, but not social-constructivist pedagogy. Students are provided with substantial print based learning materials that step students through each unit. Content is generally internationalised, and learning and assessment activities frequently require students to...

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  • This chapter presents the following content: What is quality? Evolution of quality management, quality tools, TQM and QMS, focus of quality management - customers, role of employees in quality improvement, quality in service companies, six sigma, cost of quality, effect of quality management on productivity, quality awards, ISO 9000.

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  • In this chapter we explore the principles of both operating leverage and financial leverage. The former is due to fixed operating costs associated with the production of goods or services, whereas the latter is due to the existence of fixed financing costs – in particular, interest on debt. Both types of leverage affect the level and variability of the firm’s after-tax earnings, and hence the firm’s overall risk and return.

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  • An operating budget is a combination of known expenses, expected future costs, and forecasted income over the course of a year. Operating budgets are completed in advance of the accounting period, which is why they require estimated expenses and revenues. This lecture introduces you to operating budgets. This chapter presents the following content: Purchases budget, cost of goods sold budget, cost of goods sold budget, specialised service industry budgets , budgeted statement of financial performance.

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  • Chapter 5 - Process costing and operation costing. This chapter presents the following content: Process costing, process costing with work in process inventory, calculation of equivalent units, the effects of beginning and ending work in process inventories, process costing using the weighted average method, process costing using the first-in, first-out (FIFO) method, comparison of weighted average and FIFO, process costing and spoilage, operation costing, other issues in process costing.

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