Power quality

Happy New Year 2019 everyone! For the 1st newsletter of Year 2019, let's focus on the Power quality category of the blog and the latest related articles you can find in it.

Power quality is essential and there's always something new to learn.

Here's a selection of the 3 latest articles about Power Quality published in January 2019:

1. A new type of Three-Phase buck-boost power quality converter

2. Quality Tests Performed on Insulated Oils

3. The Theory behind Dielectric Breakdown in Liquids

If you would like to publish an article in the blog just tell us by mail. You can even post directly on the forum!

You can write about whatever you want (debate, tutorial, product review, your observations, your opinion as an engineer or student, etc.).

Thanks in advance for your active contribution to our community,
The moderator team.


This month let us introduce you one of our community members: Nico

  • An electrical engineer (Low and Medium Voltage projects) in a company
  • From Barinas, Venezuela
  • Low, Medium and High Voltage, residential and industrial projects, high power transmission, protective devices and even some topics in electronics devices are the subjects which interest him the most
  • Visits the blog often because he always wants to have the latest information and tries to keep updated
  • Thinks that nothing is lacking in the community. To him, the electrical engineering community is very important because any engineer can upload the newest tech or the new resolution or paper from IEEE or ISA.
  • If you want your profile to appear in the next newsletter, tell us by mail

    The tools used by design offices are WACK: here's the proof!

    Few days ago, we received a long email from Elina, who expressed her dissatisfaction with the digital tools offered by the manufacturers and the SSIs to help the design offices to analyze and put a cost on technical specifications.

    Will you agree with her RANT?
    Read below and react in the comments section

    "Dear colleagues,

    My name is Elina, 31, an employee in an electrical engineering design office in Finland. I have 2 passions that fill my professional life with life: electricity and computers.
    I love testing software that help to decide on building management, on writing specifications, on drawing up quotes. and for several years, I've been observing something really upsetting:

    The tools at our disposal as a design office are mediocre! And I don't think I am an isolated case.

    In order to demonstrate this statement the best that I can, I'll explain how I work on my projects and point the loss of time and money generated by these tools at every step."

    READ Elina's complete RANT here

    How is it a loss of time and money?

    Which tools aren't efficient and why?

    What are the 3 main reasons why design offices loose money and time with these tools?

    Check the details and the whole rant written by Elina in our blog by clicking below:

    READ Elina's complete RANT and comment NOW

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