The Dos and Don’ts of Technical Writing

Originally delivered Jun 14, 2018
Source: AIChE
  • Type:
    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
  • PDHs:
    1.00

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In 60 informative minutes, this webinar cuts to the chase to outline the specific dos and don'ts  to follow when writing a technical report. Learn what to emphasize and what not to write. Examine how to write statements with cited justifications, assumptions and holds. In addition, explore how to maintain consistency from beginning to end and thoroughly cover your subject. Whether you’re an experienced engineer/technical editor or new to technical writing, gain dozens of expert tips you can apply today to build your confidence and effectiveness.

Take a look at your agenda:

  • How to ensure consistency and thoroughness
  • Determining what to emphasize
  • What not to write
  • What you need to know about statements with cited justifications, assumptions and holds 
Presenter(s): 

Aparna Subramanian

Aparna Subramanian, is a senior process engineer and currently a LNG Consultant with overall 13 years of experience in process engineering. She started her career with Jacobs Engineering India and moved to Jacobs Engineering Greenville, SC. Later she joined Bechtel Oil and Gas and set her feet to dive into LNG world. Having spent some time in Australia Pacific LNG job site, Aparna joined CH•IV as a LNG consultant. CH•IV is a LNG Consulting firm in Houston that provides engineering and consulting services ranging from the initial feasibility; conceptual, pre-FEED and FEED; regulatory...Read more

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