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Electrical Engineering

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Jassem AlOstath

on 21 January 2013

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Electrical Engineering "Electrical Engineering is concerned with the study and development of electrical technology; its applications and its underlying concepts." Why does the world need electrical engineers? Salary History of electrical engineering Roughly between 1790 and 1830, in physics the basics of electrodynamics- so called by Ampère -were discovered . Since 1820 , there have also been initial approaches to a theoretical description. Amazingly fast - and in the 19th Century only comparable to chemistry - industrial electrical engineering developed on the basis of these new physical discoveries . Yes , Electrical Engineers will always be needed.
Most of the societies run on electricity
People use more electronic devices each day
Power generators
Wireless technology Is there a demand for this job in the future? Average Base Salary of beginning Electrical Engineer: $56,040 per year or $26.94 per hour Name: Jasem Alostath Age: 19 Current Studies: QUTIC Foundation Program Faculty:Electrical Engineering Nationality: Kuwait Welcome (What does an Electrical and Electronic Engineer do? ,2012) Why did I choose this faculty? I chose Electrical Engineering faculty because Electrical Engineering is a very broad field, and I am very interested with physics, especially the electrical part of it ,and because Electrical engineers are needed in almost all sectors in Kuwait.
I think that Electrical Engineers are one of the most needed engineers in the world. (Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians, 2010) One of the Famous Electrical Engineers (Electrical Engineer, 2012) (Image Gallery, 2012) Nikola Tesla, an american scientist and he is one of the greatest inventors who change the world by their inventions. (Remembering a Genius (Born July 10th, 1856): The 10 Inventions of Nikola Tesla That Changed The World, 2012) Nikola Tesla famous inventions and developments : Light
Tesla coil (Top engineering jobs of 2011: Engineers in high demand, 2012) What is Tesla coil ? (Tesla Coil 1, 2013) Wireless power transmission using Tesla coils
It is one of the greatest inventions. The Tesla Coil is used to create high voltage long flashing displays. It takes the production from a 120vAC to some kilovolt transformer and driver circuit and steps it up to an extremely high voltage. Voltages can get to be well above 1,000,000 volts and are discharged in the form of electrical curves. (What is a Tesla Coil?) Tesla coils are brilliant in the fact that they create tremendously powerful electrical fields. Large coils have been recognized to wirelessly light up florescent lights up to 50 feet away, and because of the fact that it is an electric field that energies straight into the light and does not use the electrodes, even burnt-out florescent lights will glow. (What is a Tesla Coil?)
http://www.qut.edu.au/study/international-courses/bachelor-of-engineering/bachelor-of-engineering-electrical Faculty Home Page : Career prospects Ministry Of Oil.
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation.
Kuwait Oil Companies
Ministry Of Public Works. Glossary 1 Applications: A formal request to an authority for something.
Approach: Come near or nearer to (someone or something) in distance: "the train approached the main line"; "she heard him approach"
Chemistry: the branch of physical science concerned with the composition, properties, and reactions of substances.
Coil: A length of something wound or arranged in a spiral or sequence of rings: "a coil of rope".
Corporation: Also called body corporate. Such a body created for purposes of government. Also called body corporate.
Glossary 2 Curve: A line that deviates from straightness in a smooth, continuous fashion.
Discharge: to relieve of a charge or load; unload: to discharge a ship.
Electrical: Of or related to sound created or altered by an electrical or electronic device.
Electrode: A conductor through which electricity enters or leaves an object, substance, or region.
Electrodynamics: The branch of mechanics concerned with the interaction of electric currents with magnetic fields or with other electric currents.
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Electrical Engineer (2012) Retrieved from: (http://atibapa.net/exams/september-2012-electrical-engineer-licensure-exam-result/)
Image Gallery (2012) Retrieved from: (http://www.teslasystems.com/gallery/index.html)
Tesla Coil 1 (2013) Retrieved from: (http://mmad-sscientist.deviantart.com/art/Tesla-Coil-1-162220396) (The History of Electrical Engineering, 2012 ) Engineering: The application of scientific and mathematical principles to practical ends such as the design, manufacture, and operation of efficient and economical structures, machines, processes, and systems.
Generator: a machine that converts one form of energy into another, especially mechanical energy into electrical energy, as a dynamo, or electrical energy into sound, as an acoustic generator.
Initial : Of, relating to, or occurring at the beginning; first.
Light: the radiance or illumination from a particular source: the light of a candle.
Petroleum: A thick, flammable, yellow-to-black mixture of gaseous, liquid, and solid hydrocarbons that occurs naturally beneath the earth's surface.
Glossary 3 Radio: wireless telegraphy or telephony: speeches broadcast by radio.
Technology: The application of science, especially to industrial or commercial objectives.
Underlying: Lying under or beneath something.
Wireless: having no wire.
x-rays: a form of electromagnetic radiation, similar to light but of shorter wavelength and capable of penetrating solids and of ionizing gases.
Glossary 4 What is a Tesla Coil? (2012) Retrieved from: (http://scipp.ucsc.edu/edu/tesla/teslacoil/whatisateslacoil.html) Top engineering jobs of 2011: Engineers in high demand (2011) Retrieved from:( http://why.knovel.com/all-engineering-news/952-top-engineering-jobs-of-2011-engineers-in-high-demand.html) What does an Electrical and Electronic Engineer do? . 2012 Retrieved from: (http://www.jcu.edu.au/eps/disciplines/electrical_eng/JCUPRD_042938.html) The History of Electrical Engineering, 2012 Retrieved from: http://www.elektrotechnik.rwth-aachen.de/cms/Elektrotechnik_und_Informationstechnik/Die_Fakultaet/Profil/Geschichte/~pwz/Geschichte_der_Elektrotechnik/lidx/1/
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