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ECE-131 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Home Work-1-Field visit

The report should be handwritten on A4 size sheet. Report should be of min 10 Pages and should not be copied from any one. Every student has to make their individual report.
The following format must be followed while writing the report: 1. Title Page
This page gives: the title of the report the authors' names and ID numbers ,Regd number and section name the course name and number, the department, and university the date of submission.

2. Summary
The summary provides a brief overview of the substance of the report; usually no more than half a page. It is not an introduction to the topic. The summary should outline all the key features of your report, including the topic, what you did and how you did it, and the main outcomes of your workThe summary: states the topic of the report outlines your approach to the task if applicable gives the most important findings of your research or investigation, or the key aspects of your design states the main outcomes or conclusions.

The summary does NOT:

provide general background information explain why you are doing the research, investigation or design refer to later diagrams or references.

3.Table of contents The contents page sets out the sections and subsections of the report and their corresponding page numbers. It should clearly show the structural relationship between the sections and subsections. A reader looking for specific information should be able to locate the appropriate section easily from the table of contents. The conventions for section and page numbering are as follows:

Number the sections by the decimal point numbering system:

1.0 Title of first main section (usually Introduction) 1.1 1.2 2.0 Title of second main section 2.1 First subheading Second subheading First subheading

4.Introduction The introduction provides the background information needed for the rest of your report to be understood. It is usually half to three-quarters of a page in length. The purpose of the introduction is to set the context for your report, provide sufficient background information for the reader to be able to follow the information presented, and inform the reader about how that information will be presented. The introduction includes: the background to the topic of your report to set your work in its broad context a clear statement of the purpose of the report, usually to present the results of your research, investigation, or design a clear statement of the aims of the project technical background necessary to understand the report; e.g. theory or assumptions a brief outline of the structure of the report if appropriate (this would not be necessary in a short report)

Example introduction 1: Introduction from a report entitled "A Review of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Actions and Opportunities: the Current Status of the Kyoto Protocol".

1. Introduction The greenhouse effect is a natural phenomenon that keeps the earth's surface warm. Greenhouse gases trap heat from solar radiation, analogous to the way glass panes trap heat in a greenhouse. Due to increasing greenhouse gas emissions from human activities, the greenhouse effect has been significantly augmented, causing a rise in the earth's surface temperature. This temperature rise has led to climate change, causing frequent natural disasters. This has generated increasing awareness of the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions through international and domestic initiatives. The aims of this project are to examine the Kyoto Protocol and the effect it would have on participating countries. Another aim is to investigate actions already taken by three industrialized countries, namely Australia, the United States, and Canada. 5.The body of report

What is your equipment What is the circuitry with detail of each internal components How does the equipment work Technology used in the system How these systems are operated and controlled Manufacturer of the system. Their power consumption, max and min voltage and current required to operate them. 5. Merits and demerits. 6. Other applications etc

6. Conclusion The conclusions section provides an effective ending to your report. The content should relate directly to the aims of the project as stated in the introduction, and sum up the essential features of your work. This section: states whether you have achieved your aims gives a brief summary of the key findings or information in your report highlights the major outcomes of your investigation and their significance.

The conclusions should relate to the aims of the work:

Example 1:
Aim The aim of this project is to design a mobile phone tower. Conclusions In this report, a design for a mobile phone tower has been presented. The key features of the tower are... It was found that...

7. Reference

The reference of websites, books or journals must be stated at last(Very important) Example: Reference list entry Glendinning, E.H. 1973 English in mechanical engineering, Oxford, Oxford University Press.