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I attached my Annotated Bibliography that I wrote and sample of research paper
Please refer to my Annotated Bibliography and write research papar down.
Also, I want to change all of my References
References : AT least SEVEN sources, FIVE of which
qualify as scholarly, peer-reviewed, or manufacturer/airline manuals.
I got Comment on my Annotated Bibliography
Make sure what you submit is formatted properly – everything here to me has a hanging indent, so the first line of the citation is all the way left, but the summary/assess/reflect are all indented, which is not right.
And each source should have been on its own page when discussing them.
On your specific sources:
All) all sources on your reference page need to be used in your paper. It’s okay if you find better sources later on, and don’t use some of the ones you’ve listed here. But, just be aware that there’s no point in listing a reference and not using it – it won’t count towards the minimum requirement if that happens.
Maybe go to the library and try to find a 737 flight manual – I’m almost certain they would have them. That would count as a “peer-reviewed” source. Also, any FAA or NTSB documents count as well, so look around there as well.
But you’re on the right track with trying to find sources from published articles.
I read through the first couple of sources you listed, and I think you may need to find some other sources:
#1) Rayhan paper – This is more about testing what happens to fuselage auxiliary tanks in a crash, it doesn’t really talk about the design of the fuel system. The 737 shows up in this paper because they used the size and shape of the 737 to make the test fuselage section, but I don’t know that anything else in this paper relates to how the 737 fuel system operates. You might not end up using this source.
#2) Nechiporenko paper – I’m not sure you’d be able to use much here either. This paper just created a hypothetical fuel system for an airplane that does not exist. And, they designed it for a supersonic aircraft, which may be different than what the 737 has. This paper doesn’t even really explain what the design is, other than through pictures, it just explains that they did some computer modelling. I don’t see any information worth using here.
#3) Heilemann paper – this doesn’t explain anything specific about the 737 fuel system. It does explain some of the problems maintenance personnel face with having to inspect fuel tanks during major maintenance events. But, the thing they are designing is an inspection probe, not anything related to a fuel system. I think that goes beyond what you’ll be writing about in the paper.
Let me know if you want help finding or reviewing sources!
Sources : 25/30 – I don’t think you’ll use all of these
# of Sources: 10/10
Spelling and Grammar: 8/10
Writing Quality and Style: 18/20
APA Elements: 20/30
As this is a Capstone class, you will be required to learn (or re-learn) an important professional skill: Scholarly research synthesis. You will ﬁrst formally choose a topic, and then submit the topic on Canvas for feedback. You may change your topic with approval, up until the due date for the Annotated Bibliography. Your APA style annotated bibliography will assist in the writing of your capstone paper. I will discuss this in class and announcements, so please pay careful attention to my instructions, and use the template and the rubric I have provided. Follow the rubrics and examples! Do not try to “wing it” for a poor grade. The body of the paper (not including title page, abstract and references) must be 5-7 pages. This does not mean four pages and one or two sentences on the ﬁfth page. This is 5-7 full pages. I will deduct a letter grade if you do not meet this requirement.
You are responsible for reviewing the Rubric carefully, which is posted in the Research Component Module. Do not be tempted to turn a paper in with a long list of “references” but with zero eﬀort given to proper in-text citations. I reward plagiarism, even if “unintentional,” with an F. Scholarly research and writing enhances your professional learning in ways that you
will only fully understand and beneﬁt from if you put in the eﬀort and do not procrastinate.
Important: You may not use direct quotes (unless I approve them) for your term paper in this course. You are practicing research “synthesis,” which is an important skill—yes, even for professional aviators. Cutting and pasting someone else’s words into long blocks of ﬁller text is for high school level papers, not for senior capstone undergraduate or graduate level writing.
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