Although not really transport-related, this is most certainly strucutral concrete and steel -related. Are you referring to the famous Pipe Line Under The Ocean? I learned about that in Year 6 hock:I am doing structural concrete and steel... sounds riveting doesnt it.
Also transport coursework... anyone ever heard of PLUTO?
Shouldn't you be revising and not haunting Internet forums?Shouldn't all you be revising and not haunting Internet forums? :P
The DfT would be much better of asking the experts (as opposed to quangos, pressure groups and charities) instead of using this information. They could do orse than joining this forum and asking for railway opinions... although actually, didn't someone from the DfT do just that once? (See here and here.)http://www.its.leeds.ac.uk/software/pluto/description.html
That pluto, our lecturer says its been used by dft, if it has then there is no wonder the dft are useless!
Good luck!I'm up virtually every night.
I'm hoping to progress my thesis by 5 pages tonight.
How many in total? I'll be starting word 1 out of 25,000 in a few days.Good luck!
I have until May to write 5000 more words to add to my dissertation (not including rewrites etc), broken down into:
- Last chapter (2500 words)
- Introduction (1500 words)
- Conclusion (1000 words)
Along with giving a presentation on Monday, and revising for two exams in May.
So, anyway, best get back to the presentation (I'm at the library attempting to avoid writing up the script!)
10,000. So it's doable I think. My dissertation is about the reasons for the collapse and bailout of British Leyland in 1976, specifically focusing upon the Ryder Report commissioned by Harold Wilson which proposed a blueprint for BL in the future. I'll briefly touch on the failings of the Ryder Report, in particular its excessive focus on labour relations.How many in total? I'll be starting word 1 out of 25,000 in a few days.