What design process strategies are feasible for design for six sigma with new nanotechnology products and materials ("Use the template provided immediately below"). ("Literature Review Template (USE IS COMPULSORY) "). (TEMPLATE):- This assignment should be approximately 2000 words in length. This assignment shall be submitted in the form of a Word file: doc or docx. File size shall not exceed 5MB. It is the student’s responsibility to do whatever is needed to make the file fit the 5MB limit. The purpose of this assignment is for students to provide a literature review using the five set and an additional 15 research publications related to the research question they have chosen to write about. Remove this italicized text when finished. RESEARCH QUESTION Enter the particular research question you are addressing here. LITERATURE REVIEW In this section the student is required to provide a literature review related to the research question chosen. The literature review must implement the features of a literature review described in the lecture materials for this course. The literature review must use a consistent form of referencing from one of the accepted referencing forms used in aviation related research writing. ("The literature review MUST use the five set references and an additional fifteen (15) references which the student is responsible to find and judge to be acceptable/appropriate references for use in research writing"). SAMPLES OF REVIEW ARTICLES. The following examples of review papers are provided to show that there is a plurality of methods that a review can be organised. The choice of the exact organisation of a review depends on a combination of the nature of the subject matter and the purpose of the author of the review. Therefore it is your responsibility to work out a suitable approach for your literature review. These are given to provide ideas and instances of several particular approaches. An example of a review article which uses prior literature to identify two methods for doing something and then compares the methods. Mouazen, A.M., Nemenyi, M. (1998) A review of the finite element modelling techniques of soil tillage, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, vol 48, no 1, pp 23-32. (This paper can be obtained using a title search using the Scopus database accessible from the library page at 'A-Z databases' -> 'S' -> Scopus.) An example of a review article which performs a meta-analysis of a number of earlier research reports of particular investigations in order to develop a contribution to a broader research question about the comparison of methods described in the earlier work. Senanayake, N., Mukherji, A., Giordano, M. (2015) Re-visiting what we know about Irrigation Management Transfer: A review of the evidence, Agricultural Water Management, 149, pp 175-186. (This paper can be obtained using a title search, in two parts excluding the colon, ":", using the Scopus database accessible from the library page at 'A-Z databases' -> 'S' -> Scopus.) An example of a review article which compares/contrasts a number of projects which have implemented each of several methods of solving a problem. Hesaraki, A., Holberg, S., Haghighat, F. (2015) Seasonal thermal energy storage with heat pumps and low temperatures in building projects - A comparative review, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 43, pp 1199-1213. (This paper can be obtained using a title search, in two parts excluding the hyphen, "-", using the Scopus database accessible from the library page at 'A-Z databases' -> 'S' -> Scopus.) An example of a review article which discusses a number of different effects that contribute to an overall area of interest. Gangwar, D., Das, S., Yadava, R.L. (2014) Reduction of mutual coupling in metamaterial based microstrip antennas: The progress in last decade, Wireless Personal Communications, vol 77, no 4, pp 2747-2770. (This paper can be obtained using a title search, in two parts excluding the colon, ":", using the Scopus database accessible from the library page at 'A-Z databases' -> 'S' -> Scopus.) LITERATURE REVIEW TEMPLATE (USE IS COMPULSARY) . 2 Assignment 2 2000 words N/A 45% learnonline CO1, CO2, CO3, CO4. COURSE OBJECTIVES.... On completion of this course, students should be able to: CO1. Describe the key elements in the design of research programs CO2. Critically evaluate and characterise the purpose of a research project or the research tasks embedded in a project CO3. Select an appropriate methodology to achieve the research purpose of a project CO4. Critically read and evaluate a body of background materials (literature, patents etc) to build a case for performing a particular project in a particular manner Assessment Task 2 - LITERATURE REVIEW In this assessment task you MUST use the template provided for this task below (in the assessment submission section for Task 2). You are required to write a literature review in which you address one of the Research Questions (provided in the Topics section below). You are required to use the five papers provided AND to add an additional fifteen (15) research papers that you find that are related to that topic. Your literature review must specifically support a project to address the set research question, and therefore should show the findings of others on related topics and identify the research methods used by those prior authors, in order to provide a foundation for you to select a method to address the set research question. Follow the template (you are NOT required to generate a methodology to address the research question in this assessment task).