ASE 120K - Report Writing

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ASE 120K Lecture Notes The University of Texas at Austin ASE 120K Low Speed Aerodynamics Laboratory REPORT WRITING Prof. Charles E. Tinney WRW-301A 512.471.4147 cetinney@mail.utexas.edu Instructor:
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ASE 120K Lecture Notes LABORATORY SIGN-UP SHEET MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 8 am 12 8:30 9 9:30 13 10 1 7 10:30 11 11:30 2 14 12 noon 12:30 1 pm 1:30 2 5 10 2:30 3 8 3 3:30 6 4 11 4:30 4 5 9 5:30 6 Tseung, Brenden Philipp, Corey Nguyen, Davis Shih, Joseph Zarsky, Sean Fear, Andrew Truong, Nhat Filas, Lisa Rosecrans, Drew Michalk, Brian North, Coleb Mayo, Michael Bieger, Jean-Marc Suri, Aviral Spaulding, Taylor Yang, David Treadgold, Sam Asturias, Daniel Webb, Travis Baker, Cody Rublee, Maz Dyer, David Brown, Sarah Avram, Alexis Richards, Jefrey Schulte, Peter Adams, Kyle Terry, Eric Ri±e, Brian Kulbricht, James Rosen, Adam Raferty, Kevin Vida, Laura Mckee, Steven Chen, Jin Evans, Mazhew Kurian, Pradeep Sanche², Aldo Lockwood, Kate Mosley, Wiley Cameron, Jef Tran, Toni Son, Daniel Carter, David Roberts, Eric Golden, Gabriel Shakya, Adhish Raj Hand, Sarah Vaid, A³sheen Franklin, Tyler Rebernak, Cody Herrera, Joaquin Baker, Jessi Gudwin, Chris Rosen, Tyler Mu²y, Romain Wang, Patrick Trammell, Tim Moore, Mike Murphy, Amrit Lee, Christopher Goodwyn, Travis Tschirhart, Zach Haringuran, Michael Tongue, Alex Kazchee, Ryan Ramia, S. Delong, Stephanie Shanker, Om Garcia, Aaron
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ASE 120K Lecture Notes Technical Report Format and Concept Abstract Introduction Apparatus & Procedure Results Figures & Tables Summary & Conclusion Appendices References
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Abstract A condensed summary of the document (in about five to ten sentences) of what was investigated and the results found. It must be independent of the rest of the document. The abstract is what is stored in computer-based library catalogs. Content Abstracts summarize the basic content of a document to a reader quickly and accurately Reader then decides whether the document relates to his/her interests Should be self-contained: stand independently of the document they abstract while still being understandable. There are two types of abstracts: Descriptive: functions as a table of contents – indicating what topics are covered in the document instead of what the document says about these topics. Informational: gives the essence of the document. It states the problem, the method used to study it, and the principal data and conclusions. *The informational abstract is more commonly used in the scientific community. Refrain from discussing the experimental data in detail or having a lengthy discussion of the specific problem being addressed. Focus on a short description of the problem, its solution and major results.
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