A General Outline for the Writing of Technical Reports
Higgins, George J.
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Technical report writing is a very important phase of engineering and scientific work. This is particularly true in experimental and research fields. The results of such endeavors must be clearly, concisely told in order that all may know and that science will be advanced thereby. The particular form of such reports may differ according to the nature of the field and (or) the particular work. It is the intent to present here a general outline for writing technical reports covering the results obtained from experimental investigations and also an outline for reports covering theoretical analyses with or without experimental evidence.
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