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Writing Style and Standards in Undergraduate Reports was developed to provide students with guidance for models of experimental reporting and to fully explain to students how they might produce such reports using their own data. The book presents models that represent the full diversity of experimental engineering reports. Examples range from simple industrial testing documents to complex research reports. All the examples resemble student reports, not professional level work, so students will have familiar examples of undergraduate level results that are reported as concisely, concretely and specifically as possible. In these model reports, as in so much of professional life, communication is driven by data. This book addresses the importance of data by providing detailed explanations of the standards that apply to graphical data displays and by explaining some of the tricks that professionals use to integrate their data displays into reports.
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Sheldon Jeter and Jeffrey Donnell are Professors in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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