The final project report is the last and most important requirement of 4th-year project course. It should be submitted by individual students. However it should also reference the group project’s objectives, employed theories and methods, and achievements to clarify the position and contributions of the individual efforts within the whole project. You should also introduce the whole project in the introduction along with the general theories or techniques used as a group.Then almost all of report should be about your role and design. In the conclusion you can show how your part integrates works with the group parts, and demonstrate how successful is the whole project. The final report should contain the following information. Students should strictly adhere to the following structure.

Abstract 5%

Overview and Background 2%
Motivations and Significance 3%
Design Objectives (GA 4.1) 3%
Design Specifications (GA 4.2)

  • Constructing a set of design specifications and requirements with unambiguous and accurate statements, and considering the needs of the client/user
Relevant Publication (GA 5.4)

  • Reviewing the literature relevant to the project, i.e. description and comparison of previous work by others similar to this project
Professional Considerations

Engineering Professionalism (refer to PEO)

  • Professional certification requirements (GA 8.4) [2%]
    knowledge of provincial licensing bodies, the steps required for registration, the need for a license to practice engineering, and engineering as a regulated profession.
  • Health and safety at work (statutory and other) (GA 8.6) [2%]
    understanding of workplace health and safety standards and regulations and understanding safety procedures.
  • Code of ethics and protection of public interest (GA 8.8) [2%]
    knowledge of the profession’s code of ethics and protection of public interests (i.e. professional standards, professional responsibility, conflict of interest); ability to identify and (clearly) explain ethical issues in detail.
Impact of Engineering on Society and Environment

  • Place of engineering in society (GA 9.1) [2%]
    Understanding and (full) articulation of the individual and collective responsibility of engineering in society; providing (in-depth) consideration and evaluation of the consequences that engineering interventions may have.
  • Sustainable design; life-cycle planning (GA 9.2) [2%]
    Understands and (consistent) application of the concepts of sustainable design, life-cycle planning and environmental stewardship; understanding their impact on engineering projects; consideration and evaluation of the consequences that engineering interventions may have.
  • Interactions (with society and stakeholders) (GA 9.3) [2%]
    Understanding of uncertainties that may arise through the interaction between engineering activities, society and the environment; measurement and analysis of such uncertainties in the evaluation of engineering projects.
  • Health, safety, and risk (GA 9.4) [2%]
    understanding, considering, and evaluating the impact that engineering activities can have on social and environmental issues like health and safety, the economy, and risk management.
Economics and project management

  • Engineering economics (refer to ECOR 3800) (GA 11.2) [2%]
    Relevant and accurate use of terminology, understanding of the information with (full) explanation and analysis, supporting evaluation by accurate assumptions and sound judgment that considers (all) important economic factors.
  • Risk and change management (refer to same) (GA 11.4) [1%]
    Identifying and considering (all) risks, (realistic) estimation of the probability of occurrence and severity of potential risks, (thorough) exploration of risk mitigation options, selected appropriate action, developing (clear and) appropriate contingency plans, (thorough) understanding and management of the need for change.
  • Individual and team work [3%]
    i. Personal and group time management (GA 6.1)
    ii. Group culture, group dynamics (GA 6.2)
    iii. Leadership, initiative, and mentoring teammates (GA 6.3)
Theory and Techniques (specific to the author)

Alternative Designs and Assessments (GA 4.6 & GA 4.7)

  • Developing a set of design/solution concepts and ideas based on a creative process and a systematic review of related literature, & Appraising each design on sound engineering principles and relevant economic, social, environmental and ethical issues; Recommending a final solution.
Chosen Design Details and Verification (GA 4.4)

  • Outlining clear and detailed specifications of the chosen design and verifying it based on further analysis, simulation or experiment
Experiment Design and Setup (GA 3.2)

  • Procedure allowing control of all variables selected; selecting appropriate methods for making observations and measurements; description of the experiment such that it can be easily followed and replicated
Evaluation and Measurement Technique (GA 3.3)

  • Explanation of the data collection and performing the experiment
Hardware and Software Tools

  • Selection of appropriate tools and justification (GA 5. 3) [2%]
    • Appropriate use and justifiable selection of tools for design, experimentation, simulation, visualization, and analysis
  • Limitations and assumptions related to tools (GA 5.5) [1%]
    • Understanding assumptions in the models used in the tools and limitations of the results; understanding the role of the tool and alternative options
Results and Discussions (specific to the author)

Presentation of Results (GA 3.4)

  • Lists or tables of collected data and visualization by appropriate graphs and charts; proper application of data reduction techniques.
Evaluation and Discussion (GA 3.5)

  • Interpretation of results and coming up with proper conclusions.
Conclusion (group and specific to the author)

Summary 3%
Design Implementation and Practical Use (GA 4.5)

  • Clearly stating and assessing the tasks required to put the design into practice (and carrying it out if possible).
Instructions for Using the Produced Design (GA 7.1)

  • Supplying directions/instructions that are cohesive and easy to follow with concise, specific, and descriptive language.
Concluding Remarks and Future Work 3%

Flow, Organization, Clarity, Neatness 2%
Technical Writing and References (GA 7.2) 3%
Comprehension of Referenced/Supplied Material (GA 7.4) 2%
Clarity of Diagrams/Sketches Produced by Hand (GA 5.1)

  • (i.e. at least one hand-drawn sketch in text is required)
Clarity of Diagrams/Graphs Produced by Softwares (GA 5.2) 2%
TOTAL 100%