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  • The Cost Estimating Series: Capital Cost Estimate Classes

    29/10/2019· Whether building new process lines or renovating existing lines, capital and operating and maintenance (O&M) cost estimates are important07/11/2019· Capital and operating and maintenance (O&M) cost estimates are important for project planning, development, and implementation when building new process lines or for renovating/replacing existing process lines With an overview of AACE International capital cost estimate classifications now established, we can discuss considerations for cost estimatesThe Cost Estimating Series: Capital Cost Considerationsvast, comprehensive tabulation of estimating cost data presented in the March 24, 1969 issue of Chemical Engineering magazine This article by KM Guthrie is entitled “Data and Techniques for Preliminary Capital Cost Estimating” While the source for the concept and the presentedProcess Equipment Cost Estimating by Ratio and Proportion

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    Methods For Estimating Capital Investment 3 Percentage of DeliveredEquipment Cost All items in the direct and indirect cost are evaluated as a percentage of the deliveredequipment cost (definitive estimate in certain cases, ±10% ) See Table 78, p 194 in TBW&S 4 Estimation based on “Lang” factors Named after Lang (1947)vast, comprehensive tabulation of estimating cost data presented in the March 24, 1969 issue of Chemical Engineering magazine This article by KM Guthrie is entitled “Data and Techniques for Preliminary Capital Cost Estimating” While the source for the concept and the presentedProcess Equipment Cost Estimating by Ratio and ProportionGenerates rigorous size estimates for processing equipment and estimates costs based upon extensive data Performs preliminary mechanical designs Estimates purchase and installation costs, indirect costs, the total capital investment, the engineeringprocurementconstruction schedule, and profitability analysis Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation 18 AspenEquipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation

  • Chapter 7 capital cost estimation SlideShare

    05/02/2012· Chapter 7 capital cost estimation 1 Capital Cost Estimation NMSU Chemical Engineering Ch E 452 2 Outline • Types of estimates • Adjusting costs for changes in capacity • Adjusting costs for changes in time • Total plant cost estimates – Direct, indirect, etc – Lang Factors – Module cost approach – Effect of temperature and pressure • Capcost programMethods For Estimating Capital Investment 3 Percentage of DeliveredEquipment Cost All items in the direct and indirect cost are evaluated as a percentage of the deliveredequipment cost (definitive estimate in certain cases, ±10% ) See Table 78, p 194 in TBW&S 4 Estimation based on “Lang” factors Named after Lang (1947)COST ESTIMATIONThis Cost Guide has been developed in order to establish a consistent methodology that is based on best practices and that can be used across the fed gov¿t for developing, managing, and evaluating capital program cost estimates DOWNLOAD NOW » Author: Barry Leonard Publisher: DIANE Publishing ISBN: 24 Category: Page: 438 ViewGuide To Capital Cost Estimating [PDF] Download Full – PDF

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    where C is the capital cost, $; f is the factor (310 for solid processing; 363 for combined solid and fluid processing; and 474 for fluid processing); E is the equipment cost, $) The equipment costs can be determined from the quotations of vendors, from published data or by estimation using design information The overall factors can be divided into different categories, ie, forTotal fixed capital cost estimation, total fixed capital investment = 3 to 10 (4 to 5 usual) q FOB major pieces of equipment The factor decreases as more alloys are used in the process 2 For capital cost estimation: for carbon steel fabrication: L+M factors are in the range 15 to 3 with corresponding L/M ratios of 015 to 065 with 04 being usual The factor decreases for alloysAppendix D: Capital Cost Guidelines27/11/2018· Sizing the equipment is key –When developing a factored capital cost estimate, the most important item is to determine the size (and thus cost) of the equipment The key to doing this accurately is understanding flow rates, required separation efficiencies and working with vendors to select the right equipment Data from the specific process is critical and should notBioprocess Capital Costs : Biofuels Digest

  • APM – ACostE Estimating Guide

    211 Iterative process Before starting any cost estimate, it is important to understand that it will be an iterative process It is extremely unlikely that all information will be available at the same level of maturity at the start of the project This means that the estimator must manage the estimating process as an iterative one The estimator will progress through the variousThe overall factor estimate calculated included not only the delivered process equipment cost, but material and labor costs for site improvements, foundations, steel, buildings, piping, electrical, controls, both design and construction costs, and overhead costs Overhead cost included insurance, taxes, contingency, field and office expense, temporary construction facilities, andLang Factor Cost Estimating Capital Projects ManagementTPC = (TEC) X (EF) (equation 2) Where TPC is total plant cost, TEC is total equipment cost and EF is a factor that relates to the process type, the EF values are given in table 2 In figure 2(PDF) Suitable Method for Capital Cost Estimation in

  • Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation

    Generates rigorous size estimates for processing equipment and estimates costs based upon extensive data Performs preliminary mechanical designs Estimates purchase and installation costs, indirect costs, the total capital investment, the engineeringprocurementconstruction schedule, and profitability analysis Equipment Sizing and Capital Cost Estimation 18 AspenA major factor in deciding whether or not to build or expand any chemical/process plant is the capital cost estimation The capital cost is the investment that is put in to build or expand the plant During the design process, it is nearly impossible to know the exact quantity of this investment This is why it is important for the engineers and project managers to get as closeAn Analysis of Capital Cost Estimation Techniques for05/02/2012· Chapter 7 capital cost estimation 1 Capital Cost Estimation NMSU Chemical Engineering Ch E 452 2 Outline • Types of estimates • Adjusting costs for changes in capacity • Adjusting costs for changes in time • Total plant cost estimates – Direct, indirect, etc – Lang Factors – Module cost approach – Effect of temperature and pressure • Capcost programChapter 7 capital cost estimation SlideShare

  • Appendix D: Capital Cost Guidelines

    Total fixed capital cost estimation, total fixed capital investment = 3 to 10 (4 to 5 usual) q FOB major pieces of equipment The factor decreases as more alloys are used in the process 2 For capital cost estimation: for carbon steel fabrication: L+M factors are in the range 15 to 3 with corresponding L/M ratios of 015 to 065 with 04 being usual The factor decreases for alloysof the estimate The cost variables were then modelled using a Monte Carlo statistical simulation process The difference between the P95 scenario and the base case was adopted for the owner’s contingency COST ESTIMATE SUMMARY The estimated total capital cost for the MRP is A$49298M, including a growth allowance and owner’sCAPITAL COST ESTIMATE27/11/2018· Sizing the equipment is key –When developing a factored capital cost estimate, the most important item is to determine the size (and thus cost) of the equipment The key to doing this accurately is understanding flow rates, required separation efficiencies and working with vendors to select the right equipment Data from the specific process is critical and should notBioprocess Capital Costs : Biofuels Digest

  • Fundamentals of Capital Cost Estimating A TCM approach

    Total Cost Management •Estimating is a key component of the TCM process –Snapshot of costs at a point in time to reflect where the study or project stands at that level of definition; –Snapshot of the status of the 4 pillars; –Quantities, resources, costsAccelerate project execution, make better decisions early and increase predictability of your capital cost estimates using a consistent costing model from conceptual to detailed engineering Contact Us Online Trial Improve Quality, Accuracy and Speed of Estimates Estimation Earlier in Design Use a consistent model across the project lifecycle; hone and improve the quality ofAspen Capital Cost Estimator | CAPEX Estimation | AspenTech211 Iterative process Before starting any cost estimate, it is important to understand that it will be an iterative process It is extremely unlikely that all information will be available at the same level of maturity at the start of the project This means that the estimator must manage the estimating process as an iterative one The estimator will progress through the variousAPM – ACostE Estimating Guide