This page displays some of the technical reports I’ve written throughout my experience at the University of Colorado Boulder. For each report, I’ve laid out a brief description, along with download links to the related files. All my technical reports are done in LaTex using Overleaf 2.0. Technical writing is one of my favorite skills I’ve developed at the university, and I’ve developed a love for explaining complicated work and techniques in simple and understandable language. If you interested in viewing any of the source code for these projects, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturation Equilibrium of Craters
This project’s aim was to simulate space impacts on a typical terrestrial surface. I developed a Matlab code to perform this simulation, and then wrote the following report on the code. This report served as the final project submission for my ASTR3750 class: Planets, Moons, & Rings at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Lightning II’s Media Thunderstorm
This was the final paper for ASEN3046 – Intro to Humans in Aviation. The aim was to write about the Lockheed Martin F35, one of the most controversial fighter jet programs in history. The paper focuses largely on the negative aspects of the program, discussing the role of politics and policy in the space of engineering.
Composite Beam Bending – ASEN 2001
This was a lab assignment for ASEN2001 – Statics & Mechanics. The aim of this lab was to understand beam failure in shear and moment, and what differentiates these two modes of failure. This lab flexed real-life testing and data gathering using a low speed wind tunnel with MATLAB coding development and full technical report writing. The final lab recieved a 98/100. The full attached PDF is below.