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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Medium voltage switchgear testing principles (visual inspection)

November 23rd, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

AHand is an electrical engineer working for a company that integrates solar photovoltaic systems as a temporary job until he starts his PhD. This week, he sent us a nice article focusing on the visual inspection of Medium voltage switchgear during testing phase.

Check his work below and send us a mail if you want your articles to be published in this blog.

medium voltage switchgear testing

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Electrical panel designing for a supermaket chain

November 16th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Panel Building

electrical Panel design and circuitry

Today, K. wanted to share his associate and good friend’s experience in panel designing. This friend works at national transmission and dispatch company and few interesting things came out this experience.

Read this story below and if you want to share your electrical engineer stories too, please send a mail.

Panel designing and related safety protocols (introduction)

Beset by electrically initiated fires, this supermarket chain had decided to benefit from the services of a professional electrical engineer. My friend and associate was hired to inspect and redesign LT panels at five outlets of this chain.
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Indoor Lighting Control Systems: what does the future have in store?

November 13th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - news

megaphone-blueBuilding smart buildings with efficient MEP systems has become a popular trend in the last few years all over the world. Lighting systems are no exception to this trend.
HVAC and lighting are two of the major systems who consume a lot of energy in a building.

That is the topic Will one of the members of the community wants to write about. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
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Transmission line operation: bushfire effects (career story)

November 10th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical Safety

electrical-engineer-testimonyHere’s your fellow electrical engineer K.’s contribution to this blog. For his first attempt, he wanted us to follow him a day in his life as an electrical engineer and this day was kind of special.

Indeed, for the first time, he saw the effect of bushfire and smoke on transmission lines’ faults/tripping. Read the whole story now!
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