Project work within universities comes with different names, as shown in Figure 0.1. Regardless of the name, this handbook will enable you to conduct great engineering projects and write clear and coherent reports. This book is for all engineering disciplines, it is useful from the first to the last semester, and focuses on group and single-person projects. It is founded on the principle that engineers design solutions to problems. Mechanical engineers design machines, civil engineers design buildings, manufacturing engineers design production systems, electrical engineers design control systems, software engineers design programs, and chemical engineers design chemical processes and products. Great designs of products, buildings, processes, and systems depend on rigorous analyses and are followed by actual implementation. The sequence of analysis, design, and implementation constitutes the core of an engineering project across disciplines.
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Samuel Brüning Larsen
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