How to write a Technical Paper

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Technical Writing

ABSTRACT:

Writing a technical paper can be an hard task and, often, writers are not certain what should be included and how the information should be presented.

Usefully, there is a standard outline to which the most important scientific and engineering journals are compliant. Here instructions for authors for publications in railwaysignalling.eu e-journal, are given.

Even if this document doesn’t give tips about the railwaysignalling.eu formatting rules, you can use it as both an instructions set and a template into which you can type your own text. However, for further details about any formatting costraints for publications, refer to the the document “technical_paper_formatting_rules”.

A standard technical paper contains an introduction, which includes a statement of the problem, a literature review and a general outline of the paper,  a methods section showing the work done, results and analysis, discussion and applications, and a conclusions section.

Following this tips, you’ll be able to write a clear and flowing paper, to be published on the e-journal….

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