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Types of Engineering Documents Instructions and Recommendation Reports
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Instructions When you write instructions, you explain how o assemble, operate, or troubleshoot some new product you or your team is working on or how to operate equipment around the office, laboratory or site.
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Recommendation Reports Recommendation report Evaluation report Feasibility report Proposal
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Recommendation report: Compares two or more options against each other (and against certain requirements) and then makes a recommendation.
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Evaluation report Compares an idea, program, or procedure against criteria or requirements as a means to determine its value. This type of document may make recommendations, but its essential goal is the statement of the value of an idea,
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Unformatted text preview: procedure, program, etc Feasibility Report • Compares a project against requirements relating to its economic, technical, or social practicality (or all three), and then recommends whether the project should initiated. Proposal • Makes a bid or seeks approval to do a project and then supplies information on the proposer’s qualifications. The primary task is to land a contract or get approval. Research Paper • The goal of a research paper is not to inform the reader what others have to say about a topic, but to draw on what others have to say about a topic and engage the sources in order to thoughtfully offer a unique perspective on the issue at hand....
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