The term Research Methodology refers to a set of procedures, methods & techniques that are put together by the researchers to obtain a solution to the problems they confront during the collection of data. The researchers look for the most crucial data which is inevitable for the research. Generally there are three kinds of approaches or research methods namely Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed. These methods are used to gather data and resolve issues that emerge during the process of data gathering. The researcher can bring forward his findings either in the form of quantitative or qualitative or mixed research methodologies only when the data is collected based on the preliminary data gathering process and the secondary data gathering process.
4 METHODOLOGY: 4.1 STUDY DESIGN The research approach that will be employed for this research study will be in a case study form. The researcher will make use of a qualitative literature assessment approach as it will enable the researcher to use relevant literature to review an existing- or suggest a new hypothesis (Kothari:2004). Research will be analytical and instrumental, using existing information and knowledge; as well as applied, in order to find a solution to the immediate problem. 4.2 CASE STUDY The use of a case study method has been chosen by the researcher. According to Yin, (Yin: 2003a) the case study has the strength of being able to collect evidence from multiple sources citing that either qualitative data, quantitative data
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The questions should be broad and loosely structured, following the intent of the research questions. Next, the interview questions are accompanied by a list of possible sources of data. The literature was revisited between interviews to gain a better understanding of new data. Clear conceptualizations assisted in taking definitions into the study, and combined with the other sources of data, comprised the mass of data available to study the phenomenon of interest. Thinking in metaphors, and creating simplistic models and thematic maps were essential activities in data management.
Reliability Block Diagram of Proposed CSI Table 7 shows the failure rate models of components of proposed CSI and base failure rates are given in table 8 TABLE 7. FAILURE RATE MODEL OF COMPONENTS IN PROPOSED CSI Components Failure Rate Model Inductor (L) λL= λLb πC πQ
It should be written in academic style. An appendix of research proposal often attaches a copy of the research instrument and a list of the references. Additionally, many sets of examples are included into this chapter, which illustrate to the main ideas of the chapter are really useful. Therefore, this chapter is a significant contribution to our understanding of research proposal and how to write it
Ramaiah School Of Advanced Studies Postgraduate Engineering and Management Programme Coventry University (UK) #470-P Peenya Industrial Area, 4th Phase, Bengaluru-560 058 Tel; 080 4906 5555, website: www.msrsas.org JULY-2015 Declaration ‘Design and Development of Mixer Grinder for South Indians The Project Dissertation is submitted in partial fulfilment of academic requirements for M. Sc. [Engg.] Degree of Coventry University in Product Design. This