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The tools used by design offices are WACK: here’s the proof!

January 28th, 2019 | 12 Comments | Posted in Others
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The tools used by design offices are WACK: here’s the proof!

At the beginning of this year, we received a long email from Elina, who expressed her dissatisfaction with the digital tools offered by the manufacturers and the SSIs to help the design offices to analyze and put a cost on technical specifications.

We decided to publish it as is. So, do not hesitate to react by posting a comment in the dedicated section below!

5 Impacts of weather on Power Electrical Systems

January 25th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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Image 1: Corona Effect | Impacts of Weather on Power Electrical Systems

The electric system is made up of thousands of components connected together that are mostly electromechanical and its functionality can be affected by weather conditions.

Read this article by Ginnie, an electrical engineer who sent us an email. It’s always a pleasure to receive support by female electrical engineers! Enjoy her article below…


Challenge puzzle for electrical engineers

December 20th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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Hello, Colleagues!

This is Electrical Engineer Muhammad A. and I got a little game for you.

Bored with routine office work? Managing power shut-downs? Purchasing new equipment? Solving labor problems? Meeting equipment commissioning schedules. Here is some refreshing diversion for you.

5 Electrical engineering Activities for Children

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

Electrical Engineering Activities for Children It’s a well-known fact that children learn best when they’re having fun. Children are also much more likely to understand even complex subjects when they “learn by doing”, an idea that is central to the renowned method of teaching thanks to Montessori material.

What also helps children to better remember what they have learnt and to retain it for longer is self-learning.

Try these fun electrical engineering activities with your child, for immersive self-leaning alongside their regular educational toys. Electrical engineering activities help to improve your child’s logic, math, science and problem-solving skills in a fun hands-on way.

5 Reasons why you should introduce Children to Electrical Engineering

September 4th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

Electrical engineers, if you had any how was your holidays? Usually children are back to school on September, that’s why we thought it was a ncie idea to publish an article about children and Electrical Engineering.

If you’re a parent and looking for an alternative to regular educational toys for your child, this article is for you.



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