If you conduct a scientific experiment or undertake a piece of research, you’ll usually need to write up a corresponding project or lab report, to summarize the objective of your task, the methods you followed, the results you obtained, and the conclusions you drew from your work. Here we provide a sample of great templates for producing such reports, which include layout guidelines to help guide you through the process.
A lab report template in Russian.
Шаблон отчёта по лабораторным работам (Версия от 15.02.2016)
предназначен для использования студентами каф. ПМиИ СамГТУ
при оформлении отчетов по лабораторным работам.
Для настройки пакета listigs использовался материал
статьи Михаила Конника aka virens
Copyright (c) 2016 by Mikhail Saushkin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
All rights reserved except the rights granted by the
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence
This simulation plan aims to explain and document all steps to be taken in the simulation
analysis of the Fokker-100 case. This case is the scenario in which the aircraft touches the
ground during landing, introducing loads on the landing gear. The landing gear consists of
2 rear gears around mid-span and one in the front. Furthermore, the pilot uses the rudder
which induces a lateral force on the tail.
As stated in the assignment, it is required to find the maximum normal stress and location
of this in the fuselage, the maximum shear stress and its location in the fuselage, and the
flow in the frames that introduce the loads from the landing gears into the
In the world of information technology where huge amount of useful information is available and easily accessible, we investigate an approach to utilize this information in Algorithmic Trading. Algorithmic trading involves implementation of a strategy using computer programs to automatically buy and sell financial instruments to generate profit at a speed and frequency that is impossible for a human trader. High Frequency Trading (HFT) is one type of algorithmic trading characterized by high turnover and high order-to-trade ratios. There are different strategies that can be applied to HFT. We propose a framework to utilize information available in the form of news articles, which can be used in stock trading at high frequency. We use semantic values of news articles for different stocks to generate buy/sell signals at a high frequency. We demonstrate the performance of our framework by simulating stock trade based on generated buy/sell signals for a small period of time.
The purpose of this lab was to illustrate the validity of the law of conservation of energy along with the determination of the spring constant of a given spring. For the first part the spring constantk was to be found from a given spring. Through the suspension of various known metal masses on a vertically suspended spring, the spring constant was determined. Two methods were used: the algebraic rearrangement of Hooke's Law and a slope analysis of a linear regression on a Force (N) against Stretch Length (m) scatter plot. The spring constant k was determined to be 26.438 ± 1.063. For the second part of the lab, the aim was to validate the law of conservation of energy through the oscillation of a vertically suspended spring. Data was collected using a Vernier Motion Detector 2 machine and the various energies (kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy and spring potential energy) were collected and summed up. The sum of these energies yielded a fairly constant energy total (2.287 J ± 0.025 J) which supports the authenticity of the law of conservation of energy. While there were some uncertainties due to the lab setup, human error and equipment error it did not affect the validity of the methods during experimentation. Overall, the spring constant k of a given spring was determined and the law of conservation of energy was validated through the calculation of total energy during a suspended mass' oscillation.