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Writing in your field
Manuals, guides, and handbooks to support writing in your major or a certain field of study
Some of the most common types of engineering writing are case studies, textbooks, business letters, memos, proposals, progress reports, and lab reports. There are various citation styles used in engineering, such as IEEE,ANSI, and ASME.
Engineers' Guide to Technical Writing by Kenneth G. BudinskiAnnotation An engineer with experience in the automotive and chemical process industries, Budinski has compiled material he used to train new engineers and technicians in an attempt to get his co-workers to document their work in a reasonable manner. He does not focus on the mechanics of the English language, but on the types of documents that an average technical person will encounter in business, government, or industry. He also thinks that students with no technical background should be able to benefit from the tutorial.
IEEE - "IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE's highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities."