Introduction

You are required to submit (DUE DATE: October 10th) the Introduction section that should include the following information:

Project Information Page: Please provide the following information:

  • First and last names
  • Email address
  • Team Leader
  • Date of submission
  • Name of instructor
  • School & University Information
  • Project Title Page: Provide a tentative title for your final paper. The title may well change between the proposal and the final project.

Introduction: Provide a description of your project. At this stage, tell what the project is about and why you find the topic interesting. How does it relate to the course content? Why is the topic important? How do you intend on finding resources and write a quality draft?

The introduction gives an overall review of the paper. The key aim of introduction is to introduce to the reader to the purpose of your research. In the introduction, you must clearly indicate the major focus of the study. You should explain the necessity and importance of your research, its significance and viability. The writing style of the introduction should be interesting and be able to serve as a hook that motivates readers to continue reading it.

  • The Introduction should be between 2 and 3 pages, double spaced.
  • Use at least 3 sources (though you may need more).
  • Create a reference list formatted according to APA style. Annotate the references in a separate document. (Refer to this link: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/).

Sample Introduction:

1.0 Introduction
With the rise in global warming and increasing pollution levels, it is becoming essential to find a viable alternative to the internal combustion engine petrol powered car.

The aim of this project was to create two designs for a fuel cell powered car, the main criteria being environmental friendliness in terms of both emissions and materials.

This report presents the designs for two such cars, each of which includes the following components: engine, fuel, wheels, accessories, safety features and materials. Car A is aimed at the upper end of the market, while Car B is a mid-range vehicle suitable for family use.

A description of the design and an analysis of operational efficiency for each car are followed by a comparison of the two designs. Finally, the most cost efficient design is recommended.

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