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Lecture 07 Technical Writing

Lecture 07 Technical Writing

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Technical report writing
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Technical Report Writing
May 9, 2009
Civil Engineering Practice(4
Semester)Department of Civil Engineering
Technical writing
Journal paper ThesisDissertationReport
Writing technical reports
In Engineering, one of the major forms of communication is the technical report. Thisis the conventional format for reporting the results of one’s job, work, assignment,research, investigations, and design projects. Reports are also prepared at universitylevels in the form of assignments, projects, thesis, dissertation, which are read bylecturers/professors/external examiner and other students. In the workplace, they will be read by managers, clients, and the construction engineers responsible for buildingfrom your designs. The ability to produce a clear, concise, and professionally presented report is therefore a skill you will need to develop in order to succeed both atuniversity and in your future career.While reports vary in the type of information they present (for example, originalresearch, the results of an investigative study, survey reports or the solution to a design problem), all share similar features and are based on a similar structure.This document contains general engineering report-writing guidelines only. For specific departmental requirements, see your unit or study guide.Key features of reportsReports:
are designed for quick and easy communication of information
are designed for selective reading 
use sections with numbered headings and subheadings
use figures and diagrams to convey data.
Basic structure of a reportA report usually has these components:

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