electrical engineering

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Synonyms for electrical engineering

the branch of engineering science that studies the uses of electricity and the equipment for power generation and distribution and the control of machines and communication

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D-Link, DS2, Freedom Digital Networks, China Gridcom Company Ltd, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Logitec Corporation, LS Cables, Netge ar, PCN Technology, Pirelli Broadband, Power Monitors Inc.
Technicians and Trade Workers: Technicians and Trades Workers ntd; Engineering, ICT and Science Technicians; Automotive and Engineering Trades Workers; Construction Trades Workers; Electrotechnology and Telecommunication Trades Workers; Other Technicians and Trades Workers.
With the help of new systems the spectrum of civil applications grew as well: from construction thermography to its use in electrotechnology, environment engineering, civil engineering and medicine.
An Ozzie Award was presented to Al Fuchs of the ElectroTechnology Applications Center at Northampton Community College.
She has made outstanding contributions to the area of electrotechnology in food processing.
The Impact of Electrotechnology on the Refrigeration/Heat Pump Industries Conference Proceedings.
The American Wood Finishing Institute (AWFI) and the Electrotechnology Applications Center of Northampton Community College (ETAC) have joined in an alliance to provide wood finishers with a complete resource of finishing technologies.
The American Wood Finishing Institute and the Electrotechnology Applications Center of Northampton Community College have joined in an alliance to provide wood finishers with a complete resource of finishing technologies.
Sauthoff plans to work with IEEE-USA volunteers and staff to realize the great potential for electrotechnology and information technology to improve the quality of life, he said.
Company research and development efforts focus on unique applications of its proprietary electrotechnology to air-emission control and water disinfection.
In the AWWARF/EPRI study the objective was to demonstrate whether a given electrotechnology had any potential for oocyst inactivation.
IEEE) is the world's largest technical professional society, serving the interests of more than 330,000 members in the information and electrotechnology communities in approximately 150 countries.
Even further, if it can introduce you to a new or better electrotechnology and assist you in adopting the technology, that's more kilowatt hour sales.
It is mainly useful for wet laid nonwovens and has applications in food packaging (tea bags) or electrotechnology (battery separators).
Shoei Kataoka of the Sharp Corporation in Nara, Japan, reports in the IEEE ELECTROTECHNOLOGY REVIEW 1986 on his own and others' recent work on using three-dimensional integrated circuits for "intelligent' artificial retinas.