Using numbers is an integral part of an electrical engineer’s job. It’s one thing to know how to calculate them, but another to know how to use them when writing mod packages and other technical documents. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when using numbers . . . . Continue reading “Writing numbers correctly – technical writing tips”
If no one will tell you, don’t worry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks this information. Here’s the lowdown on 2013 electrical engineering salaries . . . . Continue reading “How much do electrical engineers make? (2013)”
Here are two basic concepts that should be understood by every electrical engineer in the nuclear power industry: redundancy and diversity. They are closely related, but not the same thing . . . .
Want to figure out EMI/RFI in the nuclear power industry? Already watched my introductory video? Then you are ready to watch this next video . . . . Continue reading “An overview of the FCC EMI/RFI emissions limits (video)”
EMI and RFI in the nuclear power industry can be difficult to understand for electrical engineers who are coming in to the topic cold. Fortunately, I’ve made a video to help you get started . . . . Continue reading “Introduction to EMI and RFI in the Nuclear Power Industry (video)”
The nuclear electrical engineer – just who, or what, is he, and what does he do? Here’s the answer . . . . Continue reading “The Nuclear Electrical Engineer”