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Technical Cost Modeling

Technical Cost Modeling methodology by mloew
Posted: 20 Nov 03 (Edited 19 Apr 04)

The Technical Cost Modeling methodology was developed at MIT (http://msl1.mit.edu/mib/dsp/curricula.mit.edu/~dsplan/Docs/Sessions/S6).
Introduction to Technical Cost Modeling Concepts and Illustrations (http://msl1.mit.edu/mib/dsp/curricula.mit.edu/~dsplan/Docs/Sessions/S6/s6a.pdf)

Here is a list of SAE International (www.sae.org) Technical Papers that address this methodology:
980446 Evaluation of Tailor-Welded Blanks Through Technical Cost Modeling
980451 Hydroformed Structural Elements: An Economic Evaluation of the Technology
982400 Development of a Manufacturing Strategy for Moderate Volume Production of a Composite Vehicle Structure
2002-01-2038 New Materials Technologies in the Automotive Industry: a Review of Successes and Failures
981164 Economic and Environmental Tradeoffs in New Automotive Painting Technologies
982399 Economic Analysis of the Ultra Light Steel Auto Body
901741 An Economic Assessment of Alternative Manufacturing Processes for the Camshaft
950246 Solventborne Painting of a Steel Autobody: a Manufacturing Cost Analysis of Conventional and Uv Bake Curing
940657 A Manufacturing Cost Analysis of Tube and Node Steel Spaceframes
981004 The Steel Unibody: the Application of Cost Analysis to Determine Cost Reduction Strategies
2002-01-2069 Assessing the Total Vehicle Impact of Alternative Body Technologies
1999-01-3239 Not the Delorean Revisited: An Assessment of the Competitive Position of a Stainless Steel Body-In-White
2001-01-3045 Economic Analysis of Two Different Door Architectures
2002-01-0361 Achieving An Affordable Low Emission Steel Vehicle; An Economic Assessment of the Ulsab-Avc Program Design
2000-01-2734 Proposed Improvements in Automotive Modularity: An Assessment of the Competitive Position of a Novel Reinforced Plastics Molding Technology
930557 Cost Simulation of the Automobile Recycling Infrastructure: the Impact of Plastics Recovery
920373 Fender Material Systems: a Lifecycle Cost Comparison
910139 Material Alternatives for the Automotive Crankshaft--A Competitive Assessment Based on Manufacturing Economics
910889 Economic Criteria for Sensible Selection of Body Panel Materials
2002-01-1930 Cost Modelling of Pem Fuel Cell Systems for Automobiles
2002-01-2247 Assessing the Economic Viability of Advanced Vehicle Technologies
1999-01-0352 Elimination of Electrocoating on Aluminum Intensive Vehicles
2001-01-0076 Ulsac - Lightweight Steel Automotive Closures
2001-01-3116 Advanced High-Strength Steels and Hydroforming Reduce Mass and Improve Dent Resistance of Lightweight Doors in Ultralight Steel Auto Closures Project
1999-01-0681 New Apparatus and Method for Forming Tailor-Welded Blanks
1999-01-3183 The Selection of Pre-Process Steps for Body Structure Hydroformed Components
2002-01-1938 Collaborative Development of Lightweight Metal and Alloys for Automotive Applications
2002-01-0391 An Ultra-Light Thin Sliding Door Design--A Multi-Product Multi-Material Solution
2001-01-0091 Failure of Laser Welds in Aluminum Sheets
2000-01-0593 Optimizing the University of WisconsinS Parallel Hybrid-Electric Aluminum Intensive Vehicle
1999-01-0613 The Development of the University of WisconsinS Parallel Hybrid-Electric, Aluminum-Intensive Vehicle
2002-01-0369 Use of Fea Concept Models to Develop Light-Truck Cab Architectures With Reduced Weight and Enhanced Nvh Characteristics


IBIS Associates has successfully commercialized this methodology for studies in Automotive, Construction, Electronics, and other industries.

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