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Every engineer or scientist has grappled with this problem of how to present technical information, whether in a report, a paper, an instruction manual, a design brief, project tender, or in a product presentation. Clifford Matthews gives practical help by showing the wide variety of different methods of presentation and guiding the reader into making the right choices. A Guide to Presenting Technical Information shows how the effective use of visuals can turn an interesting piece of work into something really outstanding.
Presenting Technical Information can be used from start to finish, building on ideas and more complicated use of diagrams, or dipped into on a daily basis for advice on usage, labelling, annotation, etc. Each type of diagram or figure is illustrated and explained.
Chapter 1. Principles.
Chapter 2. Basic Data.
Chapter 3. Technical Drawings.
Chapter 4. Conceptual Technical Design.
Chapter 5. Practical Technical Design.
Chapter 6. Reliability Information.
Chapter 7. Mechanics - Statics.
Chapter 8. Mechanics - Dynamics.
Chapter 9. Project management Information.
Chapter 10. Statistical Information.
Chapter 11. Thermodynamics/Fluid Mechanics.
Chapter 12. Process Engineering.
Postscript - What Now?