usage of the word 'case study' in research titles

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I have question with using the word 'case study'. I am an engineer and I want to do research. I named my research topic as 'Appropriate solution for fouling problem in the cooling water system of the mold-injection machines of ABC Co. Ltd'. However, my colleague does not agree with the title. He wanted it to be 'Appropriate solution for fouling problem in the cooling water system of the mold-injection machines: case study for ABC Co. Ltd'. He insisted that 'of ABC Co. Ltd.' cannot use in this context, it must be 'case study for ABC Co. Ltd'. In my opinion, these two titles mean the same thing but mine is shorter. So I prefer using my title.

 

As I am not a native-speaker, so I am not sure about this. Can someone suggest me please? I want to know that if there are any differences between the meanings of these two titles.

 

Thank you.

 

Atit

Usage title-naming asked Oct 21 '13 at 11:34 AK New member

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