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2010/09/27 at 10:32 am #11481AnonymousGuest
Im a student. Im doing a pure sine wave inverter, but the software(Matlab, Multisim, Proteus) i use to do simulation all lack of Mosfet Driver component, please could u give me some comment what software should i use u making simulation?
THanks…….2010/09/27 at 10:32 am #11482AnonymousGuest
Regarding Low voltage electrical calculation software, i have been using the software Trace Elec Calc (used to be called Tr-Ciel).
The software allows you to calculate LV installations according to French standard, NFC15-100 or the Belgian regulations, RGIE.
Calculations are been made base on the report of CENELEC R064-003
It works in 3 languages (EN, FR, NL).
It is isnt related to any manufacturer of electrical apparel (contrary to ECODIAL) so you can perform your calculations and dont have to choose one specific brand in ordrer to complete the calculation.
You get detailed calculation sheets, a global single line diagram in dwg form.
If you need more info go to the editor website: http://www.trace-software.com/
best of luck for your quest.2010/09/27 at 10:32 am #11483AnonymousGuest
im an electrical engineer (with some experiance in HV and LV) and im glade to help2010/09/27 at 10:32 am #11484AnonymousGuest
how do i also get this software to buy or download?2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11485AnonymousGuest
i am fresher interesting know about electrical autocad how to download2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11486AnonymousGuest
plz ne1 can give a link for free download of SCADA software.
and project on SCADA too2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11487AnonymousGuest
sir i whant electrical degine software free down load links.please inform to me2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11488AnonymousGuest
i would like to download the topics involved in electrical engineering2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11489AnonymousGuest
i want to download electrical engineering programs2010/09/27 at 10:33 am #11490AnonymousGuest
Hi Mr Christian Petrov. How are you? Im filmark, I would like to ask you if you have an idea for british standard for electrical engineering. in my place in Philippines the standards use is the american sstem which is likely to be different from the british standard. could you help me especially in load design computation and sizing up of transformers. thanks a lot. have a nice day. :)2010/09/27 at 10:34 am #11491AnonymousGuest
Hi Mr. Ed Dhe. how are you? I’m Filmark. Can you suggest me a good electrical software for design computation and sizing up of transformers in british standards. thanks for the help sir.
have a nice day.2010/09/27 at 10:34 am #11492AnonymousGuest
My location is in Middle east Kingdom of Bahrain. thanks again :)2010/09/27 at 10:34 am #11493AnonymousGuest
UK is using which standard? British standards? would you be kind enough to help me find a software for british standard specifically in Kingdom of Bahrain for design load computation and sizing up of three phase transformers. thanks a lot. :)2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11494AnonymousGuest
Dear M. Filmark,
I’m very well, thank you. I hope that you are also.
In the UK, the British Standard, BS 7671 (The IEE Wiring Regulations) are the national standard to which all domestic and industrial wiring must conform. The 17th edition contains substantial changes to align with European documents.
If you want your installation to be according this standard then I suggest you buy the standard in order to be sure about how the installation is done (calculated and set-up) according to this standard. To get the standard go the website (http://www.theiet.org/publishing/wiring-regulations/).
You could try to find out more about calculations according to British standards based on the following book, also on the IET website(http://www.theiet.org/publishing/wiring-regulations/) “Electrical Installation Design Guide: Calculations for Electricians and Designers”
Now regarding a software that does calculations for electrical installations based on the British standard I’m afraid i cannot help you there.
The software I use, is meant to be used to calculate installations according to either Belgian or French regulations (Note that calculation rules in the software are based on the European guide of calculating Low Voltage installations, R064-003).
Hoping that my reply will help a bit.
Best of luck,
Ed Dhe2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11495AnonymousGuest
hi myself ajay i m in final year of electrical eng.want to know how can we impliment it i also want to design such things but needs ur support and help.
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