ENB100Lecture%209%20%20The%20Technical%20Report

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Dr Ed Palmer School of Engineering Systems LECTURE 9 – WRITING AN ENGINEERING REPORT Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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hat is Technical Report What is Technical Report Writing? ± Non fiction writing imed at individuals and/or organisations ± Aimed at individuals and/or organisations ± With an objective in mind ± Requiring specific technical knowledge hich may or may not match the technical ± Which may or may not match the technical background of the reader Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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ualities of Technical Qualities of Technical Writing ± Accurate lear ± Clear ± Concise ± Objective nemotional ± Unemotional Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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urpose of Technical Writing Purpose of Technical Writing ± To give information o analyse and interpret ± To analyse and interpret ± To persuade and influence decision makers Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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unctions of Technical Functions of Technical Writing ± Serving as the basis of decisions roviding information ± Providing information ± Giving instructions ± Explaining methods eporting achievements ± Reporting achievements ± Analysing problems and providing solutions ± Design and planning ± ublic Relations Public Relations Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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he Audience The Audience ± Supervisor ther Engineers ± Other Engineers ± Clients ± Shareholders/company directors oliticians ± Politicians ± Lawyers Dr Ed Palmer, School of Engineering Systems QUT
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course ENB 100 taught by Professor Ed during the Three '11 term at Queensland Tech.

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