Pattern of Consumption

A pattern of consumption is a graph of the rate of consumption of an asset's service potential.

Consumption patterns may be; constant, increasing, decreasing or haphazard.

Most infrastructure asset types exhibit either a constant or decreasing consumption pattern.

Vehicles are an example of an asset type that may exhibit a decreasing consumption pattern, with resale values sometimes dropping more in the first year, than in following years.


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