laboratory report format guidelines

laboratory report format guidelines - MAE 3113 - Laboratory...

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Abstract (Page by itself – Should be short and to the point (½ - 1 page) ) The abstract should be on a page of its own. The abstract should be three paragraphs. Paragraph One : What the experiment is about? State the objective of the experiment. This should be three or four sentences. Paragraph Two : Brief discussion of equipment used, system parameters, assumptions made, etc. Try to touch on the main points of the lab/experiment. This will be similar to the introduction portion of the report, but much more concise. Paragraph Three : Report the results. Was the experiment a success? How good were the results? Put numbers in me. Nomenclature List of all variables/symbols used in the lab and what they stand for. Introduction (1 – 1½ pages) Start by explaining the history of problem/experiment. Put the experiment into context for the reader. Talk about the set-up of the experiment, equipment used, system parameters, assumptions, etc…
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course MAE 3113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.

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