Introduction to Fluid Mechanic
Introduction to Fluid Mechanic CE 321
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Date Created: 09/19/15
CEE 321 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Writing Seminar COPE Clarity Organization Precision Economy Plagiarism ZERO TOLERANCE If a group or person is caught submitting someone else s work as their own that group or person will be given a 00 for the course Key Issues Transmittal Letter Very Formal in language and style Meant for management not necessarily experts Conclusions to each objective backed up with speci c results Abstracts Summary of the complete experiment Very technical Objectives and conclusions are stated conclusions are backedup with speci c results Format is found online at Techcom website Less than a page Results Start the results section with a paragraph Refer to tables and graphs in writing Tables and graphs by themselves show nothing Only relevant results Show the data that is important or is going to be addressed in the discussion not every single piece of info you nd Discussion Needs to have a ow of ideas that come from the stated objectives All objectives should be discussed and conclusions drawn Data analysis with examples Conclusions One conclusion per objective Conclusions should directly address the objectives Back up conclusions with speci c results
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