Table 4

Use of experimental design study results to determine the average value of sensors

(1)

Experiment

(2)

Profit

(SEPs)

(3)

Profit

(CPs)

(4)

Difference

in Profit

((2)-(3))

(5)

Total Number of EOL Products Collected

(6)

Value of Sensors in an EOL Product

((4)/(5))


1

892765.57

689984.74

202780.84

16161.60

12.55

2

1478995.73

1048313.37

430682.35

16173.60

26.63

3

1476935.85

1055570.37

421365.48

16185.60

26.03

4

2050911.70

1350521.63

700390.07

32327.60

21.67

5

3063884.18

2798715.87

265168.31

32339.60

8.20

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

80

1801372.32

1370260.27

431112.05

24271.20

17.76

81

1748333.24

1315398.01

432935.24

24247.20

17.86


Average

2259563.26

1366333.99

893229.27

32320.83

28.64


Ilgin et al. Journal of Remanufacturing 2011 1:7   doi:10.1186/2210-4690-1-7

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