If I am writing a paper on a design project rather than to measure something or to test a hypothesis, how should I arrange it? I have seen that the preferred format is {Introduction, Theory, Methods, Results, Discussion, Citations}. Is it better to attempt to follow this format and remain in the convention, or is this just one of many academically acceptable styles? How best can I present an iterative design process in a formal physics paper?

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    Apply the design to an actual experiment, then write about that
    – user70612
    Apr 22, 2017 at 7:35


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