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Electrical Engineering project management

July 25th, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others
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Hi everybody, how about a new article giving you tips on how to manage an electrical engineering project?

Well your fellow electrical engineer Jesus Perez Diaz wants to tell you about it. If you want to write an essay for us, don’t be shy and contact us!

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image: emergingtech.tbr.edu

So you are about to set up an electrical engineering project but you don’t know anything about methodology to follow and how to proceed?

Just let me know that it’s common and the possibility to achieve success is remote, getting overcost, schedule delay, work out of scope and failure to meet objectives.
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7 things to do before any underground installation

July 18th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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This article is about the process that should be applied when you plan to work on an underground installation. And it’s written by Patricia, your felllow electrical engineer.

Read and give her your feedback in the comments.

electrical underground installation

Underground installations are made to replace overhead cables with underground cables. They offer good solution to limit blackouts and outages during wind thunderstorms. They are also very appealing compared to overhead lines which tend to overwhelm the sky.
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Electrical wiring project: 5 tips to stay motivated

May 9th, 2017 | 3 Comments | Posted in Others
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Patricia is one of the new members of the Electrical Engineering Comunity blog and she planned to send us a couple of articles. We thank her for her contribution and remember that if you want to do like her, just send us a mail.

Here is one of the essay she wants to share with you. Give your opinion in the comment section!

Electrical wiring project

In a wiring project, like many others type of projects, it is common to be discouraged and find yourself deeply stressed about final results. Too much stress can lead to inappropriate and bad quality works. It is therefore important to know what to do in such situations.

We are going to talk about some of the problems causing by the stress in an installation and after what to do to overcome those.
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Bad Electrical Practices (Part 1)

April 20th, 2017 | 2 Comments | Posted in Others
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megaphone-yellowNo one among us could consider a life without electricity. From social media to the entertainment industry and from the healthcare to educational institutions – its electricity alone that is powering wonders for us.

However, we seldom pay attentional to the health and integrity of our domestic electrical systems. The situation is much better at the commercial level and industries as they usually operate with dedicated manpower and resources for taking a good care of their LV, MV or HV electrical distribution system.

That’s the topic that your fellow electrical engineer B.Q. chose to tell you about today. Enjoy and comment!
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From College to Work: The Jump of an Electrical engineer

April 10th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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As you already know, we love to publish testimonies or career stories from fellow electrical engineers. Today, here’s Bernardo’s story. He tells us about his experience from college to work as an Electrical engineer which is not always easy. Enjoy and comment!

“Starting your professional life in a working site as an Electrical Engineer is mentally challenging, because you work on an environment that you are not familiar with, and you are surrounded by veterans of many areas thinking that you’re only a fresh kid straight out of college.

And they are right!

Gas Insulated Switchgear Example

Example of a Gas Insulated Switchgear

This being said I’m a part of the assembling and commissioning team of GIS (Gas Insulated Switchgear) and commissioning of AIS (Air Insulated Switchgear) in Siemens S.A Portugal.”
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