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Use of cost-estimating relationships in the airframe industry

M. A. Margolis

Use of cost-estimating relationships in the airframe industry

by M. A. Margolis

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Published by Rand Corporation in [Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aircraft industry -- Costs.,
  • Airplanes -- Design and construction -- Costs.,
  • Airplanes -- Costs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM.A. Margolis.
    SeriesP-3472, P (Rand Corporation) -- P-3472..
    ContributionsRand Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16537319M

    values requires the use of discounting methodology, as described in chapter 5 of the reference cited in paragraph 4a. e. Life Cycle Cost. The sum total of the direct, indirect, recurring, non-recurring, and other related costs incurred, or estimated to be incurred, in. CALIFORNIA THE LEARNING CURVE AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO NAVY AIRCRAFT OVERHAUL PROGRAMS By William J. Robinson Commander, Supply Corps, United States Navy Since World War II, industrial management has been undergoing a transition from an art, based on experience, towards a profession, based on a structure of principles and science.

    memorandum 20 north clark street, suite , chicago, illinois telephone () facsimile () chicago ⋅ cincinnati ⋅ miami ⋅ san antonio ⋅ san francisco ⋅ washington, d.c. The Technological Progress Function: A New Technique for Forecasting* MAN R. FUSFELD 1. tic Assumptions The core of t"hnological trend forecasting has ntt-iwt often lxn based upon a plot of a technical parameter against time.

    Cost impact analysis focus on the economic effects, and demands to use a cost estimating method. A ‘cost impact analysis’ methodology could be used to make explicit possible cost associated with requirement changes and the results could be used during the negotiation phase of a contract (Roy et al., , Roy et al., ). The first is the applicability of the technological progress function to the area of programming. There is also the observance of different slopes corresponding to different development phases. Finally, since the work was done by one person, the analysis indicates the possible role of psychological "learning" theory in techno- logical progress.


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Use of cost-estimating relationships in the airframe industry by M. A. Margolis Download PDF EPUB FB2

A survey of cost-estimating procedures used by the airframe industry. Statistical techniques are used extensively, but considerable differences exist among airframe firms as to the nature of the techniques in use.

These differences include their fun. This report presents generalized equations for estimating the development and production costs of aircraft airframes.

It provides separate cost estimating relationships (CERs) for engineering, tooling, manufacturing labor, and quality-control hours; manufacturing material, development support, and flight-test cost; and total program by: 5.

AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY—COSTS Use of Cost-Estimating Relationships in the Airframe Industry P AIRFRAMES A Critique of Aircraft Airframe Cost Models R Estimated Costs of Extended Low-Rate Airframe Production R Methodology Problems in Airframe Cost-Performance Studies RM Aircraft Airframe Cost Estimating Relationships by Ronald Wayne Hess,Rand Corporation Book Resume: This Note is part of a series of Notes that derive a set of equations suitable for estimating the acquisition costs of various types of aircraft airframes in the absence of.

military airframe cost-estimating include the following: • Aircraft Airframe Cost-Estimating Relationships: Study Approach and Conclusions by R. Hess and H. Romanoff, RAF, • Advanced Airframe Structural Materials: A Primer and Cost-Estimating Methodology by Susan A. Resetar, J.

Curt Rogers, and Ronald Wayne Hess, RAF Cited by: 3. Systems engineering and program management costs include the costs of business management as well as the costs of engineering and technical control of a particular program. Systems test and evaluation costs are the costs associated with using specific hardware and software to validate that the engineered design meets the desired performance of.

Traditionally, cost estimators in the airframe industry have used one or more of the following estimating techniques: 1. industrial engineering time standards, 2. parametric cost estimating models, 3. learning curves. All of the methods have been used with mixed results in specific situations. The main objective was to generate a suite of technical Cost Estimating Relationships (CERs) that integrate both quantitative and qualitative, non-recurring airframe engineering input, for the.

THIS MEMORANDUM is a compilation of topics related to equipment cost estimating. These topics are treated in five separate sections: (1) cost-estimating methods, (2) data collection and adjustment, (3) sta-tistical methods in development of estimating relationships, (4) use of cost-estimating relationships, and (5) the learning curve.

The Airframe Cost Model is a simple on-line model for estimating the development and production costs of aircraft airframes that is suitable for use in a program's conceptual stage when little.

It is expected that all O&S cost estimates provided to OSD will use the standard cost terms and definitions. • Chapter 3 discusses the many uses of O&S cost estimates and analyses in support of the defense acquisition process throughout the program life cycle.

The strategic intent of this chapter is to emphasize that O&S cost considerations. DAPCA IV Model (Development and Procurement Cost of Aircraft, Version IV) The following contains some quotes from Daniel P Raymer's book Aircraft Design: a Conceptual Approach, Third Addition.

Management wishes to give Mr. Raymer full credit for extending his insights into the cost of aircraft production and other analysis.

The Airframe Cost Model is a simple on-line model for estimating the development and production costs of aircraft airframes that is suitable for use in a program's conceptual stage when little detailed information is available.

Composite Aircraft Life Cycle Cost Estimating Model modifications in the current cost estimating relationships to capture these impacts. materials for large airframe structural components. Download Airframe Pdf, Airframe epub, Airframe free, Airframe author, Airframe audiobook, Airframe free epub Michael Crichton: Isbn: File size: kb: Year: Pages: Language: English: File format: PDF: Download the Book.

CONTINUE. Summary. A fatal mid-air collision involving a commercial airliner prompts a frantic. This chapter details the approach used to estimate the recurring and nonrecurring costs of the re-engining and engine modifications proposed in Chapter committee employs various methods to estimate the costs and benefits of switching to newer engines.

No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or mechanical means (including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval) without permission in writing from hed by the RAND Corporation Main Street, P.O.

BoxSanta Monica, CA South Hayes Street, Arlington, VA Advanced Airframe Structural Materials: A Primer and Cost Estimating Methodology/RAf (Rand Report) [Susan A. Resetar, Curt Rogers, Ronald W. Hess] on. Using Cost Estimating Relationships to Develop A Price Index for Tactical Aircraft Stan Horowitz Bruce Harmon Dan Levine May Aircraft Airframe Cost Estimating Relationships: Study Approach and Conclusions Ronald Wayne Hess, H.P.

Romanoff / Paperback / Published Raymer says: This is the famous DAPCA source document - still useful and a good introduction to cost methods.

Parametric Cost Estimation Applied to Composite Helicopter Airframes by Joseph J. Klumpp Captain, United States Army B.B.A., James Madison University, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT from the NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL March ii.Boger, D.

and S. Liao (), “The Effects of Different Production Rate Measures and Cost Structures on Rate Adjustment Models,” in W. Greer and D. Nussbaum, editors, Cost Analysis and Estimating Tools and Techniques, Springer-Verlag, New York,pp.

82– CrossRef Google Scholar.Learning curve models have gained widespread acceptance as a technique for analyzing and forecasting the cost of items produced from a repetitive process.

Considerable research has investigated.