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How to Write a Technical Dissertation?

Each dissertation is based on a deep analysis of previous research and the development of new activities designed to improve a particular phenomenon, subject or area.

The dissertation in technical sciences is innovative. During the creation of such a project, the not only studies the works of other scientists, but also puts forward his own, completely new concept, develops non-standard solutions and methods, improves old ones or assembles a new invention.

The process of writing a technical dissertation can be divided into several blocks:

  • Collection, processing and sorting of data to form a theoretical chapter.

  • The systematization of data and the conduct of research, during which a “new plan of action” should be born, previously not created or published by anyone.

The volume of the dissertation is large (exceeds 100-150 pages), so it will take a lot of time and effort to write it.

Writing a technical dissertation in stages

The purpose of this work is to create the latest, innovative ways, solutions, developments and achievements. The author can offer any effective methods, results that are confirmed in practice. They can be programs and algorithms, equipment and devices, methods, etc. It is important that the innovation be justified not only from the technical side, but also from the economic side.

The dissertation in technical sciences has a standard structure, but at the same time it has its own specifics in terms of reflecting data. Consider the process of creating a work in stages:

Selecting and fixing a topic

Before writing, you must choose a topic. It should be relevant and interesting. Before you fix it in the department, you should at least superficially study the sources of literature. You should not choose little-studied questions, since it will not be possible to check the facts, to deeply explore the topic. It is important that the title of the topic be clear, concise and reflect the essence of the study, its direction.

Drawing up a plan of work and content

At this stage, the "skeleton" of the study is formed. The will have to decide on the chapters and what he will indicate in them. The first chapter is theoretical, the second is practical, and the third is recommendation. The titles of sections and subparagraphs should be short, concise, and clear.

Introductory part

In this section, it is necessary to identify the following points: the relevance of the topic, purpose and objectives, methodological base, subject and object, novelty of the work, practical significance.

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