ASE 333T - Problem Analysis and Approach Rough Draft

ASE 333T Problem - Persuasive writing will be used in our final report also to appeal the client to our research and ultimately have them follow

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Problem Analysis and Approach The analysis will be broken into 3 parts: the main reason why the hydraulics failed, any underlying causes that may have been overlooked, and what changes could be made to improve the system as a whole. This process will allow the research to be easily seen by the client. The final document to be arranged in three sections: the front matter, the body, and the back matter. The front matter will among other things include a title page and a table of contents plus a summary that should be able to stand alone without the rest of the report. The body will contain all of the material that is obtained through research. Finally the back matter will consist of the list of references and any appendices. The format of the body will be logically laid out to convince the client that the improvements we suggest are worthwhile and they end up implementing them.
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Unformatted text preview: Persuasive writing will be used in our final report also to appeal the client to our research and ultimately have them follow our guidelines in the report. Our subject of the V-22 Osprey hydraulic failure allows us to have graphics, such as schematics, tables, and flow charts. Schematics will be an important part in our research as part of the failure involves the design of the system. Tables and flow charts will help map out all of the contributing factors of the failure. As seen from the collaboration contract we will be mainly making decisions based on a consensus from the team. Also work will be evenly distributed among team members and we will meet to combine our work and re-write it as a team....
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course ASE 333T taught by Professor Wadbrook during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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