From Open Electrical
Open Electrical is a free, independent electrical (power systems) engineering design resource for industry practitioners. It is aimed at bridging the gap between what is taught at engineering school and what is needed to practice effectively in industry.
Industry practitioners are normally busy people and when they need information, it's usually for something related to what they are doing right then and there. However, their requirements will depend on how deep or broad they need the information to be. For example, one engineer may need to know something very specific, like what PETP stands for, while another may require something broader, like how to perform a touch and step potential calculation.
The philosophy of Open Electrical is to provide all of this information using a layered "onion" approach. The top layer (e.g. the cables category) is very broad and provides general information about a topic with links to more specific articles. It's good as a starting point on a topic. But as you peel back the layers, the articles become deeper and more specialised.
For Android users: Find us on Google Play under the name "Open Electrical Webser" - a small application that links You directly to this website, without choosing any browser. (This is a beta version)
- Julius Susanto is a chartered electrical engineer from Australia with industry experience in renewable energy and oil and gas.
- Fikret Velagic is an electrical engineer from Bosnia and Herzegovina, with interests in renewable energy, mechatronics and electrical power engineering software.
- Philippe Mertens is an electrical engineer from Belgium. Find out more about Philippe on his user page.
- Raza Muhammad is an electrical engineer from Pakistan with a masters degree from Germany. His interests are in HVDC and power systems analysis.
- Douglas Smith is a project designer and technical writer from the United States and pondering about obtaining a formal electrical engineering degree.
Open Electrical is offered under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. This allows you to distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon Open Electrical, even commercially, as long as you credit Open Electrical for the original creation.