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    With an astounding 1,393 patents between them, there is no doubt that Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla were proficient inventors. Both became interested in design and engineering at a young age, so it is hard not to compare the two. They worked for years creating and perfecting their various inventions. Edison is best known for creating a commercially viable light bulb, and Tesla is remembered for his contributions to the design of alternating current electricity. Though Edison is more well known, both men contributed greatly to the field of electrical science and should forever be remembered. Thomas Edison was born on February 11th, 1847. He grew up in Milan, Ohio, and later moved to Michigan. As a child, he was highly intelligent and showed…

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    Electrical Instrumentation is a very well field to go into since there are very many job opportunities in any plant that produces something. For anyone who comes out of this program has a broad range of opportunities to peruse. I researched three different jobs that have a requirement of Electrical Instrumentation Technology (EIT). The first job that will be discussed is a Power Generation Engineer at CPS Energy. The second job is Electrical instrumentation technician at a Canadian…

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    Authority) as a government owned utility should be cognizant and controlling of their energy usage and patterns while being a good steward to the environment. Energy Management has been a part of the company for some time, but there are things that could be done better and/or differently. Below I will suggest portions of TVA’s Energy Management Plan that could be changed or adapted to new methods. TVA overall maintains a decentralized structure for the entire company but utilizes a more…

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    a tool for statistical weather prediction; however, he was only able to secure funding by building the ENIAC for the US Army to calculate artillery tables for use in World War II. John Mauchly was born in August 1907 in Cincinnati, Ohio. His father, Sebastian Mauchly, was the chief physicist of the Terrestrial Electricity and Magnetism Section at the Carnegie Institute in Washington, D.C. (Bartik, Rickman, and Todd 6). Mauchly showed engineering talent at a young age: "When neighbours had…

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    tremendous project of Krughütte Solar Park in Germany was a crossroads in my scientific life. Not mentioning Alta Wind Energy Center, Full faith has been created in the depths of my heart that this is definitely going to be the most important technological revolution in the twenty-first century. The clean free renewable energy sources and their applications are increasingly embraced all over the world. It is just a matter of time when the world will wake up to news about great achievements…

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    Nikola Tesla was a phenomenal engineer and inventor, who may have had some mental issues but never let that prevent him from doing amazing things. My interest in Nikola Tesla comes from his work including electric power. As an electrical engineer I am obviously interested in electricity myself. When he was nineteen years of age he started studying electrical engineering at Polytechnic Institute at Graz in Austria. There he was an excellent student. In June of 1884, Tesla traveled to New York…

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    generation, transmission and distribution? Task 4 (D1) Electricity has greatly evolved from what it once was, to be fit for our modern day consumption and usage. Electrical engineering was first pioneered in the early 19th century, and great progress had been made by the time the 19th century came to a close. Most of the advancements were made by the likes of Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse; who all aided in making electricity what it is today. In 1878 Thomas Edison started…

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    the Austrian empire on 10th July 1856. Being raised with advance knowledge of engineering and science, Tesla started his career with the emerging electric power industry in the early 1880’s for whom he worked for until the late 1880’s. His first significant achievement happens with AC or Alternating Current. He has owned the patents for the Alternating Current Induction Motor [2] and other Poly-phase alternating current patents. By the 1890’s Tesla had earned copious amounts of money. However,…

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    He believed that she would have accomplished much more if she had not been “remote from modern life and its muli-fold opportunities,” (Top 11 Things”). Tesla was known to devise inventions in his imagination during his youth. He allegedly told his uncle about his idea to harness energy from Niagara falls with a “huge water wheel being turned by the powerful cataract,” (“Tesla’s Early Years”). As he drew closer to adulthood, he began to consider himself an inventor and dreamed of attending…

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    Dicer Ethics Case Study

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    that a great chunk of major companies often generates decisions that often have questionable ethics. Whether to sacrifice safety conductor on site just to save a few dollars or providing deceptive advice to obtain the upper hand, unethical forms of conduct is weakening the industry of construction, thus codes of ethics were developed widely across multiple businesses. As I investigated the case study involving an electrical engineer, who worked for Dicers, there were multiple instances where the…

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