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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!



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.

How to handle a difficult contractor?

December 12th, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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senior-electrical-engineeerIn every Electrical & Mechanical Projects or in EPC contractor projects sometimes we meet a difficult contractor which maybe can delay your project or even cost you money.

Here, one of our members will give some tips about how to handle a difficult contractor in case you meet them (hopefully not). Don’t forget you can send us this type of article too! Just send a mail.

Who Wrote Thevenin’s Theorem? I didn’t, sir!

October 10th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others
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senior-electrical-engineeerIn an article published on March, our dear senior engineer Muhammad (20 years experience) amazed us with an article about the Thevenin’s Theorem. Indeed, he drew a great parallel with human beings and it was brillant!

Today he is back with another funny essay on this theorem. We don’t tell you more, just read and appreciate it:

Electrical engineers : be a fundamentalist!

January 19th, 2016 | 1 Comment | Posted in Others
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electrical-engineer-testimony Muhammad A. is a senior engineer from Pakistan. Last week, he sent us an article in which he gives us a tip: be a fundamentalist!

Read his wise advices below and leave your impressions

Are you not a Fundamentalist?

This is a site about electrical engineering. And you the respected readers, almost certainly, are an engineer. You must be wondering why I am preaching fundamentalism here. Do not be scared, I am not using the word in the contemporary sense. Nor am I using it in its ancient sense. Rather, I am using it in the literal sense of the word.

I am almost certain that you are also a fundamentalist. (more…)

What’s the difference between Electrical & Electronics Engineering?

October 17th, 2014 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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One of our member sent us this article few weeks ago. He wanted to debate on this question: the important differences between electrical and electronics. Check the main differences according to this member…Will you agree?

These are very different areas of engineering discipline which are easily confused and hard to differentiate. This is because they both involve the intensive application and transfer of electricity around numerous mechanical components.

However, that is where their similarity comes to an end. To adequately know the proper distinction of the two, there are quite a number of factors to be analyzed about the two relatively comparable disciplines.


Difference Between Electrical & Electronics Engineering 1

Basically, Electrical engineering is the engineering field that handles the study and the application of electrical power, electronics, and electromagnetic forces.

Electronics engineering is the discipline in which active electrical and non-linear components, for instance semiconductor devices, particularly integrated circuits, diodes, and transistors, are applied in the design of electronic devices, systems, and circuitry.


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