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How to: How to write a paper

To the student. This brief manual gives guidance in writing a paper about your research. Most of the advice applies equally to your thesis or to writing a research proposal. The content of the paper reflects the kind of work you have done: experimental, theoretical, computational. I have used, as a model, a typical Materials project: one combining experiment with modelling and computation to explain some aspect of material behaviour.

Authors | Institution:
Mike Ashby | Granta Design
Type | Language | Year:
PDF | English | 2011
Keywords
2011, Objectives, research, Teaching,
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