The list of references and appendices should follow the main text.



The appendices shall consist of any base material, which would break the flow of the dissertation due to its length or partial irrelevance. Some examples are:


Specifications and data sheets of equipment from suppliers Correspondence from suppliers and company


Raw data


Survey sheets


Charts and data tables from books Lengthy mathematical derivations Copies of drawings of equipment


All appendices should be listed in sequence, i.e. Appendix 1, 2, 3, etc.


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