4 Main Points Of Structural Engineering Dissertation

An engineering dissertation for undergraduate, Masters, doctorate or nay other level should have the following four main points:

  1. Title:
    The title is very important as it tells readers what your research is all about. It must be descriptive, specific, succinct and a general representation of the research that you have done. Your college or university or the professor may have preferred title structure. The title should be included in the title page which generally it includes your name, student number, name of the institution, the title itself, date when the work summited and such other important details.
  2. The Abstract:
    In any academic paper, this part is among the shortest but it needs to be written carefully and very well. In short, the abstract is a summary of the entire academic work. By reading it alone, you should be able to know how and why you choose the topic and anything else contained in your paper and the implications and results of that decision. In most cases it is one page long and most institutions set word limit which you must adhere to. The thesis can serve as important document although it forms part of the thesis.
    In fact, in most academic sites, you are only allowed to read the abstract, and by reading it you will know what the paper is all about. Including all the relevant information in the abstract while at the same adhering to the word limit poses a challenge even to the most prolific writers. However, you will know what to include of you red sample abstracts of pats engineering papers and publications. You can also hire someone to write it for you.
  3. Introduction:
    This is the first piece of you academic paper that the reader will come in to contact with. The trick of writing good introduction is that you should write it after you are done writing the chapters and probably the conclusion. It is only after writing the paper that you will know whatever you are introducing. The main role of your conclusion is expanding on the material you have summarized in the abstract and it should serve as signpost to the content in the other parts of the academic paper.
  4. Conclusion:
    This part sums up the discussion. It should tell the reader what has been discussed and if there is need of further research it should be stated and why there is need of that further research.