* A practical, step-by-step guide to scientific writing * Indispensable for students as well as being a useful reference for experienced scientists * Clear and comprehensible writing * Includes a chapter on oral presentations
"Writing technical reports" conveys the important and necessary knowledge of writing and presenting technical and scientific work.
It answers typical questions about the formal layout and structure, typically arising during the writing process. In addition, it provides many tips ands tricks as well as examples from the real life. Thanks to it clear and easy writing, the book is perfectly suitable for autodidacts.
This book answers questions of engineering students and practitioners occurring when writing Technical Reports or preparing presentations on the PC. These questions refer to contents as well as formal aspects. Such questions occur during the whole work on the report or presentation from the beginning to the end. Therefore this book is designed as a guideline or manual „How to write Technical Reports". It is ordered by timeline along the process of writing Technical Reports into the three phases planning, creation, and finishing. This practical guide to technical writing is based on the fifth edition of a very successful German book by the same authors.