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I am a technical writer at an engineering firm in Canada and I have been
asked (by a US client) to structure a study in "a conceptual engineering
format with problem statements and resolutions". While I understand what I
need to do, I want to know if there is a standardized format that engineers
in the USA use that I should follow? If so, could you provide me with an
example or a website where I could download/print the standard?