Electrical project engineer positions (career story)

January 23rd, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

Hi everyone! It is a pleasure to write you. I am Jesús Pérez Díaz, born and raised in Venezuela. I am an Electrical Engineer and I work as a Project Engineer in the Oil&Gas industry (mainly).

Electrical Drawings

Electrical Drawings | image: dreamstime

In this article I want to tell you how my experience has been and what you will expect being in a similar position.

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Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System (FACTS)

January 19th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality

megaphone-yellowThe Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) is a technology that is designed to quickly supply the transmission network with capacitive or inductive reactive power so as to improve the quality and efficiency of power transmission systems.

Let your fellow electrical engineer A.N tell you about that! If you want to publish articles just like him, please send a mail to the team.
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Does the UPS push the generators out of scene?

January 16th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

megaphone1Hi everyone, it’s Steven Mill. I’m sending you all my best wishes for this year and hope you’ll keep enjoying and sharing contents in the Electrical Engineering Community blog because I’ll sure do :)

For my first article of 2017, I wanted to deal with UPS VS Generators. So, does it push the generators out of scene?

Let’s see and share our opinions…
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Designing electrical power system for industrial plant

January 9th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building

Hi everybody, here’s an article we received from a professional who’ve been designing electrical systems for industrial, commercial, and residential (LV and MV) since 5 years. He wanted to share 4 tips with us so we gladly published his material.

Enjoy and do not hesitate to send us your articles in our boxmail!

Designing electrical system particularly for industrial plant can be difficult to start and the process often require a complex understanding not only about engineering knowledge but also some of the soft skills.

Here I will explain the general principle for designing industrial electrical power system as a guidance to get the job done.

1) Find all client’s wants, needs, and desires

This is the most important principle not only for a designer but also everyone who work in service industry. Remember, the client is your focus.

industrial plant clients

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Secondary power distribution

January 6th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

megaphone-redIn his last article, ou fellow member of the Electrical Engineering Community Milan told us about main electrical characteristics of DC and AC generators and its usage, regulation and construction. From this content he made primary distribution.

But what will happen when we don’t have primary sources, shall we have electrical power? Yes we will, because secondary power sources are installed on aircrafts.

Check the article below for further explanations…

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