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Electrical equipment: Megger vs Doble

July 2nd, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

megaphone-orangeHi everybody, it’s Steven Mill and today we’re going to talk about using a Megger and a Doble in an electrical equipment.

Insulation of an electrical equipment is generally associated with the capacity of the material to withstand a potential difference (voltage) at specific environmental conditions. Depending on the properties of the insulation media (air, oil, SF6, paper) the material is able to withstand a maximum voltage level for which it is designed, such voltage is specified in the nameplate of the equipment.

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Renewable energy: some outrageous ideas

January 19th, 2018 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others

megaphone1What are some Outrageous Ideas to generate Renewable Energy? This is what your fellow electrical engineer Will wants to let us know today with this article.

Enjoy and if you want to publish a debate, article, career story or anything else in our blog, don’t be shy and send us a mail!

Introduction

Renewable energy has become a very hot topic, gaining huge momentum in the last few years. A wide awareness to the cause of global warming phenomenon and disadvantages of using bunker as a source of energy has prompted countries to think up national policies to promote the installation of technologies that uses renewable resources to generate electricity.
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Substation incident: a tragic lesson (career story)

January 5th, 2018 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others

electrical-engineer-testimonyHere’s an entertaining career story narrated by your fellow electrical engineer K. He likes sending us testimonies and we always enjoy reading them, just like you! So here’s the latest one which is about the day he learned a tragic lesson.

Read the story below:
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Problematic Experience as an Engineer Construction project

December 15th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

megaphone-redWill is a fellow electrical engineer of you all. He’s more precisely a MEP Engineer who inspects MEP works done on construction projects.

Read what he has to tell you about his experience as an engineer working on construction projects…

Introduction

A construction project can become problematic for a lot of reasons. For example, having an ambiguous requirement list from the Client for what they want in the final product could span a lot of possible solutions that may not necessarily satisfy the Client during the construction process, causing the schedule to be pushed.
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What is industrial automation?

November 7th, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others

megaphone-redWe don’t receive a lot of articles from our fellow women engineers so today we’re happy to present this new article by Ally. For her first article she chose to focus on industrial automation an dgive us her point of view.

Enjoy and if you want your essays, debates, career stories being published in the blog, just send us a mail. We’d also be glad to hear more women voices :)

Industrial automation is the use of set technologies that automatically controls the operation of an industrial process. These technologies replace human thinking and require minimal human intervention.
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