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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
<1> Cross-Section Material Cost
Estimate. Estimate the cost of
Start
material employed in the cross-section
using Figure 36. Proceed to <2>.
<2> Cross-Section Fabrication Cost
Estimate. Estimate the cost of labor
<1>
and equipment to bond glazing layers
Cross-Section
and finish the cross-section using
Material Cost
Estimate
Figure 37. Proceed to <3>.
<3> Calculate Cross-Section Cost
Factor. Multiply fields (r), (s), (t), and
<2>
(u) of the Cross-Section Cost Factor
Cross-Section
worksheet (see Appendix B for all
Fabrication
worksheets) together and put the sum
Cost Estimate
in field (v) and in column (a) of the
cross-section row of the Initial Cost
worksheet. This structure completes
<3> Calculate
the Cross-Section Cost Estimate
Cross-Section
Cost Factor
Procedure. Return to Figure 34.
Stop
Figure 35
Process Chart and Description:  Cross-Section Cost Estimate Procedure
9.4
Cross-Section Material Cost Estimate Procedure.  This
procedure provides cost factors for materials in a glazing cross-
section.  The procedure builds a cost factor based on individual
layers and interlayers.  Figure 36 presents a process chart and
description of the procedure.
9.4.1
Required Information.  The following information is
required for a cross-section material cost estimate:
a)
Material type of each cross-section layer
b)
Thickness of each cross-section layer
c)
Location of interlayers in cross-section
d)
Material type of each interlayer
e)
Number of windows
f)
Height of window
g)
Width of window
h)
Worksheets (see Appendix B):
1)  Cross-Section Cost Factor (CSCF)
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