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Lab_reports - Lab Reports Author: John M. Cimbala, Penn...

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Lab Reports Author: John M. Cimbala, Penn State University Latest revision: 29 August 2006 1. General Information about the Lab Reports and Lab Manual While the Precalculations are done individually, the lab reports are done as a group (one for each lab per group of two or three students). The assigned grade for the Lab Report – Group Portion will be the same for each group member. Lab reports do not have to be typed, but hand-written portions must be neat and clear. However, all plots and tables must be generated by computer (using Excel, EES, MathCad, MatLab, etc.). Lab reports are due at the beginning of the next scheduled lab class period following execution of the lab (at the start of the next lab period, typically one week after completion of the experiment). The lab report must include the Cover Page, Results, and Discussion, along with any additional figures, tables, or plots, as required. The report must be stapled or clipped together. The results, including tables and plots, account for 50 points of the lab report grade (out of 80 total points). Only one copy per group of the section of the lab called “Lab Report – Group Portion” is required. The lab manual for each lab experiment also contains discussion questions that are to be answered by the students as a group. The Discussion questions account for 20 points of the lab report grade (out of 80 total points).
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