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I'm currently doing a 3 year advanced diploma for electronics engineering program. However, I don't feel it could really lead to much possibilities. What do people think?Are there any electronics engineers here in the room?? If so, what challenges do you face??
It's pretty booming right now, and probably will be for the next couple of decades at least. As far as possibilities go, what are you looking for? Some EE's start their own companies and make millions. It's as much as what you make of things as it is about hopping on the right train to take you where you want to go. The downside of engineering has to be the pressure and the deadlines. Marketing and money drive engineering. And the market doesn't want to wait forever for the next gismo. Your design has to be finished by a certain time or else the whole bridge project gets held up, etc.
If you have a cell phone near any sort of electrical equipment that emits noise, old or new, you'll hear that skipping buzz noise. What causes this exactly, what is it, etc?
The cell phone in fundamentally a radio. Radios emit radio frequencies energy which will interfere (RFI) with other audio equipment like an AM radio. You hear the noise while the phone is communication with the tower. It does this from time to time to let the tower know it is online and ready to receive data and of course to transmit/receive data. Hope that helps.
01 impala trunk equipment?I have an 01 impala and theres some equipment in the trunk on the drivers side. what is it for?it is some electrical equipment. with wires plugged to itits not the amplifierits on the drivers side tire well
amplifier or computer on star gps counterweight
BQ: Is it safe to unchain any of my electrical equipment yet?
Science says 4,500,000,000
All of my US electrical equipment has had it's wattage determined to provide the proper transformer to use. Transformers were bought to support between a third and half of the load that would be demanded. I am not using multiple devices which would cause overload. My TV (395W) only clicks once (like the sound of a relay) when plugged into the 3000W 220-120 step down transformer and never turns on. The transformers are tripping the breaker of the apartment now. I was assured there would be no problems taking my US equipment to Amsterdam and using transformers. Some light on this subject would be appreciated. I can't imagine everyone has this trouble, or there wouldn't be companies in the US in this business.
I think the transformer is faulty. From my experience whether 50Hz or 60Hz power supply is ok for the TV. BTW did u press the on button on the TV or CH+/- button to switch on ?? ----just joking. To me everything seems ok except the transformer check if it is damaged
I have a school project (Construction management) that involves the estimating of the electrical cost for a building addition. I can do the fixture counts, equipment hook ups, box counts, switches and etc. I cant figure out how much wiring would be involved. from the blueprints, is there a way to measure (estimate) the lf of wiring? this is a school building so there are mostly medsize room and hallways. any help would be great. I remember something about the homerun count from when i was a laborer, but could i figure 1 line around the room with a line for fixtures or something like that. doesnt have to be perfect by any means.
One way to go would be to identify the circuits in each room. Measure distance between outlets switches , add 12 for each outlet or fixture each 90deg turn if wire is to be run in conduit. If you have some idea of route wiring will take, account for going up over cielings or under floors to the home run to the service panel for each circuit , allow for a 6' tail at breaker location then add 10%. Assuming everything will take (or might be required to take ) perimeter routes w/ 90deg turns dressing the conduit on walls or racks you should be be safe. Some est runs will be long some short , but it evens out. Might be a good idea to show how you arrived at estimate on your worksheet. Might not be the only way to estimate , but it shows you gave it some thought. Best regards
EMP is disruptive energy from nuclear weapons that destroys all electrical equipment. It will take out our power grid, car ignitions, refrigeration, infrastructure, and water purification plants (no electricity, no running water, no infrastructure).So if EMP destroys the whole world's infrastructure in a massive was, how long would it take to re-build? Keep in mind that in that scenario, there WILL be shortages of food and water, there WILL be anarchy, there WILL be survival of the fittest, there WILL be massive fallout, but there will also be a small handful of government officials and scientists hiding in bunkers.So how long would it take to rebuild the infrastructure and cities completely after an EMP nuclear war?
About 15 or 20 minutes maybe?
According to the Vancouver Sun interview with Gavin;Q: What is the future for waterfront cities like Vancouver?A: You are going to have to put up with rising sea levels; they are not going to go down. But there’s a huge difference between a foot or two over 100 years and a metre or two metres. There’s a lot of waterfront development going on but is it sea-level-rise smart? I don’t know that it is. So don’t put stuff in the basement, have all your electrical equipment on the second floor or on the roof.
Well I checked with NOAA sea level trend for Vancouver tide gauge, and it shows the yearly rise is 0.37mm, an online calculator says 0.37 Millimeters 0.01456692913 Inches, is that right? that is 1.45 inches in a hundred years. Edit. NOAA has tide gauge sea level trends for all of the US, I tried to post the graph for Vancouver, but for some reason Yahoo could not manage it (we are experiencing some difficulties it said)