Posts Tagged ‘electrical systems’

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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Integrating IT in Electrical Systems and Tools

April 19th, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality
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Our fellow member Marvin M. wants to tell us about IT (Information Technology) applied to electrical engineering today. An interesting topic you can read below.

And if you want to discuss a topic and to publish it on the blog, just send us a mail.

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Magnetic nanoparticles for heat dissipation in electrical systems

May 13th, 2014 | Make a comment | Posted in Others
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Hi it’s Steven Mill, last time I wrote about Magneto-electric Hexaferrite Films and their Applications in Electrical Devices. Today I’m still in the “magnetic” topic applied to heat dissipation, so here’s my contribution to the community.

Introduction

Dissipation of heat in electrical systems and power generators has always been a great challenge. This is because, without proper dissipation of heat, an electrical system will become vulnerable to potential damage and malfunction issues.

In most parts of the world, cooling is mainly done by pumping cold water through pipes to remove undesirable heat. However, research is being carried out to introduce a cooling method that is much better, effective and cheaper than this primitive technique.

Research teams at MIT and in Australia successfully developed one such method that involves the use of magnetic nanoparticles. This superb technology is very effective and can be used to dissipate heat from simple electrical systems to even a nuclear reactor.

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