A user's manual for the Cost Effectiveness Analysis Spreadsheet Model for aircraft engines (CEAMOD Version 2.0)
Reeves, Ross R.
McMasters, Alan W.
Terasawa, Katsuaki L.
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This thesis provides a comprehensive procedures manual and user's guide which will enable both current users and beginners to understand and employ Version 2.0 of the Cost Effectiveness Analysis model (CEAMOD), which is written in EXCEL spreadsheet software, in their service's aircraft engine Component Improvement Programs (CIP). The purpose of the CEAMOD is to project the possible savings which would be achieved from an Engineering Change Proposal's (ECP) implementation. The thesis begins by describing the model's background, basic assumptions, and format. Next, a detailed description of each page and the cell formulas used in each column of the spreadsheet are provided. A 'getting started' user's guide was also created to provide the user with the basic information necessary to actually use the CEA Deck/EXCEL spreadsheet software. An example of each page of the CEA model is provided as well as the Standard History File fleet input pages.
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