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.
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Electrical switchboards in 2050: AC or DC?

September 27th, 2018 | 3 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution
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ac or dc driveNew article / essay by Muhammad, one of our dear senior electrical engineers. With more than 30 years of experience, he sometimes spoils us with great and original articles just like this one.

If you’ve ever wondered what your grandchildren will use between AC and DC, well enjoy your reading! Don’t forget to give your opinion in the comments section.
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Solar Power Systems: Challenges & Industry

September 21st, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Energy Efficiency - solar
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solar power systems panelsHi everybody, it’s Steven Mill and today I want to tell you about solar power system. I’ll focus on the challenges behind solar power systems and the impact on the industry. Leave your comments!

Solar energy is a huge resource that remains hugely untapped. Though it is cheap, readily unavailable and clean, like every other system, it does harbour a myriad of challenges and problems. The following are the major drawbacks…
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Lighting Design Tips

September 18th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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megaphone-darkblueLight is so essential in our live, we can’t live without. Light affects everything on earth including plants, animals and also humans. We need light to grow plants, generate electricity (solar energy), for medical uses and for our living (in home, work & etc…) which is called lighting.

In the following paragraphs Yasser an electrical engineer who published few articles in this blog is talking about lighting design considerations and giving guidance for you to facilitate the lighting design process.

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Compensation of Reactive power in 6 kV network

September 14th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality

My name is Mile and here’s my article about my work on the following huge electrical engineering project. Enjoy :)

The production capacity of REK Bitola, the biggest power plant in Republic of Macedonia, is around 80% of all the consumed electric power in Macedonia. Regarding that fact, the Suvodol and Brod Gneotino mines, are the vital points from where the plant receives coal, in table 1 I have presented the measured installed power of the both mines and their power blocks.

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Table 1. Installed power

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