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▷ Thermal Conductivity explained with formula and comparison

Thermal conductivity (commonly represented by k) refers to a material's inherent ability to transport or conduct heat.

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▷ Surge protector in switchboards > 50kA ?

I would like to share a problem I face when I have to install a surge protection device type 1 in high power electrical switchboard. I already asked this question on another blog, and I’m trying to get more feedbacks from electrical engineers. The situation is very “unconfortable” for me as a quality provider, because [...]

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▷ Surge protector in switchboards > 50kA ?

I would like to share a problem I face when I have to install a surge protection device type 1 in high power electrical switchboard. I already asked this question on another blog, and I’m trying to get more feedbacks from electrical engineers. The situation is very “unconfortable” for me as a quality provider, because [...]

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▷ Laser Distance Meter for electrician

When you want to work on projects and do it well, it is necessary to have a good laser distance meter to make accurate measurements. Find the best one here!

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▷ Centre Tapped Transformer

Here’s the 6th part Nasir’s tutorial on transformers. Enjoy and leave your impressions. Don’t forget you can send your own articles, works, reviews or tutorials; just send us a mail! Working Principle of a Centre Tapped Transformer A Centre Tapped transformer works in more or less the same way as a usual transformer. The difference [...]

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Types of electrical joints and terminations (back to basics) - Electrical Equipment

Home › Electrical Engineering Forum › General Discussion › Types of electrical joints and terminations (back to basics) This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 4 years, 6 months ago by admin. Viewing 1 post (of 1 total) Author Posts 2016/04/14 at 10:56 am #11302 adminKeymaster Let’s go back to basics [...]

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▷ Power losses reduction in electrical distribution

Reducing power losses by optimizing equipment locations Do you realize that power losses in a electrical installation could represent up to 7 % of the electrical consumption ? LV cables and transformers are the most contributors to these operating losses, around 95 % as shown here below Of course, low losses transformer can be used to [...]

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▷ Electrician : How to select a drill? - Guide to buying a Drill

How to choose a drill? What are the most popular types of drills? Find all the answers below thanks to our complete guide on how to buy the best drill.

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▷ Designing electrical power system for industrial plant

Hi everybody, here’s an article we received from a professional who’ve been designing electrical systems for industrial, commercial, and residential (LV and MV) since 5 years. He wanted to share 4 tips with us so we gladly published his material. Enjoy and do not hesitate to send us your articles in our boxmail! Designing electrical [...]

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Difference Between Open Loop & Closed Loop Systems - Electrical Equipment

Home › Electrical Engineering Forum › General Discussion › Difference Between Open Loop & Closed Loop Systems This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 6 years, 7 months ago by admin. Viewing 1 post (of 1 total) Author Posts 2014/03/10 at 10:25 am #11144 adminKeymaster Check the second part of Nasir’s [...]