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I’m working on a mechanical engineering report and need a sample draft to help me understand it better.

3 Page single-spaced paper with a 3-4 min presentation.

Please see the attachment below for requirements and grading criteria.

Textbook (to get an idea of the content): Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, 9th ed., K.G. Budinski, M.K. Budinski, Prentice Hall, 2010

The topic of the paper should be connected to the material scheduled to be covered in class on
your submission date. To prepare your term paper, choose a materials-related topic and locate
at least two references (journal article, reference book, etc.) that is related to the topic. The
reference cannot be our textbook or one of the reference texts listed on the first page of the
syllabus (but these can be used to supplement the information). If you need advice on where to
locate references, see Dr. Gupta. Please write a 3-page (1” margin, single-spaced, 12-point font)
summary of the reference, and how it relates to concepts in class (please see rubric for details).
If you have any questions that were raised by the reference (or related textbook readings) include
those as well. Complete citations for any resources you use to write the paper must be included
at the end. Example of a complete citation:
“Name of the paper”, Author, Journal Name, Volume (Year) page numbers.
Note that the source of an item such as a journal article is the journal in which the piece was
published, not the database from which the article was retrieved.
Submit the first page of the main outside reference along with your term paper.
Your term paper must be based on a peer-reviewed outside reference. Ask Dr. Gupta if you are
unsure if a given reference qualifies. Two good sources of peer-reviewed references are the
SCOPUS and Engineering Village databases, available through the Chester Fritz Library website,
http://library.und.edu/databases. Examples of sources generally not considered peer-reviewed
include (but are not limited to) websites, newspaper articles, popular magazine articles and
marketing materials. Papers based on non-peer-reviewed sources may be returned without a
grade.
Your term papers will be graded on grammar, spelling, formatting and technical content (see
attached grading rubric).
Term paper Presentations
On the designated date (during the second week of the class, the presentation schedule will
posted according to the alphabetic order of the last name), you will be expected to give a short
(5 minute) presentation on the topic of your term paper. You are expected to prepare 5-7
Powerpoint slides (not including the title slide) related to the topic to serve as visual aids for the
presentation. The first slide (after the title slide) should give a brief personal introduction (where
you are from, professional interests, etc.) with the remaining slides dedicated to the main topic.
Professional dress is expected. You will submit hard-copies of the slides (they can be black and
white). You will also submit 2 potential exam questions and answers from material that you
discuss during your presentation. The instructors will select a number of the response topic test
questions for exams and the final exam. Please see the term paper presentation grading rubric
on the following page.
TERM PAPER GRADING SHEET
Formatting (1” margins, singled-spaced, 12-point font, consistent font throughout)
Length (3 pages)
/2
Reference list (follows proper formatting)
/2
Proper citing of multiple sources, if applicable
/1
Proper inclusion and labeling of figures and tables, if applicable
/1
Explicitly ties the article to class
/2
material
Proper spelling and grammar (3 errors = -1 point)
/2
/5
Technical content (clear, easy to follow, tells a complete story with an
introduction, main body, and conclusion)
/5
/ 20
TERM PAPER PRESENTATION GRADING SHEET
Good eye contact
/2
Good voice projection
/2
Professional dress
/2
Appropriate length (3-4 minutes)
/2
Visual aids (3-5 slides, good use of graphics and text, proper spelling and grammar)
/5
Response to audience questions
/2
Submission of 2 potential exam questions w/ answers
/5
/ 20
The topic of the paper should be connected to the material scheduled to be covered in class on
your submission date. To prepare your term paper, choose a materials-related topic and locate
at least two references (journal article, reference book, etc.) that is related to the topic. The
reference cannot be our textbook or one of the reference texts listed on the first page of the
syllabus (but these can be used to supplement the information. Please write a 3-page (1” margin,
single-spaced, 12-point font) summary of the reference, and how it relates to concepts in class
(please see rubric for details). If you have any questions that were raised by the reference (or
related textbook readings) include those as well. Complete citations for any resources you use
to write the paper must be included at the end. Example of a complete citation:
“Name of the paper”, Author, Journal Name, Volume (Year) page numbers.
Note that the source of an item such as a journal article is the journal in which the piece was
published, not the database from which the article was retrieved.
Submit the first page of the main outside reference along with your term paper.
Your term paper must be based on a peer-reviewed outside reference. Two good sources of
peer-reviewed references are the SCOPUS and Engineering Village databases, available through
the Chester Fritz Library website, http://library.und.edu/databases. Examples of sources
generally not considered peer-reviewed include (but are not limited to) websites, newspaper
articles, popular magazine articles and marketing materials. Papers based on non-peerreviewed sources may be returned without a grade.
Your term papers will be graded on grammar, spelling, formatting and technical content (see
attached grading rubric).
Term paper Presentations
On the designated date (during the second week of the class, the presentation schedule will
posted according to the alphabetic order of the last name), you will be expected to give a short
(5 minute) presentation on the topic of your term paper. You are expected to prepare 5-7
Powerpoint slides (not including the title slide) related to the topic to serve as visual aids for the
presentation. The first slide (after the title slide) should give a brief personal introduction (where
you are from, professional interests, etc.) with the remaining slides dedicated to the main topic.
Professional dress is expected. You will submit hard-copies of the slides (they can be black and
white). You will also submit 2 potential exam questions and answers from material that you
discuss during your presentation. The instructors will select a number of the response topic test
questions for exams and the final exam. Please see the term paper presentation grading rubric
on the following page.
TERM PAPER GRADING SHEET
Formatting (1” margins, singled-spaced, 12-point font, consistent font throughout)
Length (3 pages)
/2
Reference list (follows proper formatting)
/2
Proper citing of multiple sources, if applicable
/1
Proper inclusion and labeling of figures and tables, if applicable
/1
Explicitly ties the article to class
/2
material
Proper spelling and grammar (3 errors = -1 point)
/2
/5
Technical content (clear, easy to follow, tells a complete story with an
introduction, main body, and conclusion)
/5
/ 20
TERM PAPER PRESENTATION GRADING SHEET
Good eye contact
/2
Good voice projection
/2
Professional dress
/2
Appropriate length (3-4 minutes)
/2
Visual aids (3-5 slides, good use of graphics and text, proper spelling and grammar)
/5
Response to audience questions
/2
Submission of 2 potential exam questions w/ answers
/5
/ 20

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