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2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11496AnonymousGuest
With reference Solutions Electrical I use and would recommend this software to anyone. The software complies with many standards. It is extremely easy to use i could do 10 cable calculations in the time you could 1 with Amtech. No it is not as pretty as Amtech, there again at a third of the cost. what is the most important issue when using electrical design software I would have thought accuracy would be a great place to start. You can see the software features and capabilities at
http://squidoo.com/cablesize2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11497AnonymousGuest
I have a need for software and information regarding designing harmonics filters for 400 Volt 3 phase 50 hz power systems in South Africa. Harmonics is growing by the day and destroys powerfactors. Adding filters for 3rd to 13 th harmonic requires good design knowledge otherwise resonance and overheating can cause havoc.
Even if someone has profound knowledge and can supply me with this design service, it will be welcome.
Cobus (firstname.lastname@example.org)2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11498AnonymousGuest
im an electrical power engineer working in the field of energy generation and distribution for more than facilityn. if u want any help or needing to discuss about any technical problem you can send me ur mail address to do
note: im energy saving researcher, if u wish to co-operate i will be very pleased2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11499AnonymousGuest
Hi to every one please if you have some information about how i can get and download this software please let me know and it’s my email address. email@example.com thanks.2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11500AnonymousGuest
hi!m saira,am a fresh electrical engineer from NED University,firstly thank you for these valuable links and information about electrical software..i hope to have a good discussion with you people ahead2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11501AnonymousGuest
Hello saira welcome to the forum, if I am able to help in any way please let me know.2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11502AnonymousGuest
im ELecrtical engineer , any one need help in electrical instalation, bank capacitor ,cable calculation, drop voltage calculation , bus bar calculation…….. cantact me ,
and for the one who use software , some actual case , u cant apply in any software, so all ur result will as an estimated base on the input, in this i advise to return to think as engineer return to your advance study , and take not , and also go over the standard to reach best solution , thats why , you are engineer, not a reader only2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11503AnonymousGuest
I’m an electrical and electronic engr and I’ll want to produced an electronic power supply I’ve got the ideas to put it into place but I’ll like someone to join me.2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11504AnonymousGuest
Well Mohamed let me put it this way, its a self sustaining power inverter that can be used even where there’s no form of electricity power supply, we can talk more through email, Mine firstname.lastname@example.org, or @yahoomail.com.2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11505AnonymousGuest
I am an Electrical Engineer & want to join the CONSTRUCTION FIELD as an electrical Engineer so tell me in more detail how could i get the knowlege of this field and recommend me a software for different calculations e.g load calculations ,size of Switchgear etc etc……………2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11506AnonymousGuest
I want to know about all you mentioned above
Thank u and best regards2010/09/27 at 10:35 am #11507AnonymousGuest
I am a electrical eng. student. Please tell me some free ebook related electrical wiring, planing.
best wishes…..2010/09/27 at 10:36 am #11508AnonymousGuest
i would like some one to help me in electrical engineering2010/09/27 at 10:36 am #11509AnonymousGuest
how the disiner disinse the dry type transformer2010/09/27 at 10:36 am #11510AnonymousGuest
can u tell the book name related to electrical fields which gives me a lot of knowledge abt electrical…but only one book….
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