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Power electronics key in renewables

Wind power seems easy. Put a turbine at sea, lay a cable to land and connect it to the grid. But without power electronics the energy transition would lose steam quickly. Finding smart brains that know how to put it all together to the most optimum setting are hard to find. Like for Shell, which is building offshore wind farms to make green hydrogen to help industries and heavy-duty transport to become sustainable. ...

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Electromagnetic Influence Within Residential Areas

Nowadays the demand for both an increase in energy supply and an increase in newly built housing requires significant adaptation of the electricity grid. With less construction space available electrical substations, powerlines and residential areas are placed much closer to each other. This article covers a case where the inductive influence is determined by Witteveen+Bos on piping nearby the new substation. 1. Introduction A substation near a residential area might cause adverse effects for residents. ...

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ASML innovates with the future in mind

To work with extreme specifications to build a machine that meets the requirements that are still years ahead from now. For ASML’s engineers, it’s everyday’s business. They follow the in 1965 invented Moore’s Law, that serves as the heartbeat for technological evolution that manufacturers of microchips, ASML’s customers, strive for. So, ASML basically has a glass sphere that predicts what its lithography machines should be able to do. However, the development of these machines requires ASML to venture on technological adventures – expeditions that often seem impossible, but are ever surprising. ...

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Working as an Engineer at Benchmark

After a tremendous amount of effort and countless nights of sleep studying you have finally achieved your goal. Three or five years (or six, eight, maybe ten..?) of hard work have finally paid off. You have mastered the concepts of electrical engineering and you are ready to put all those skills and knowledge into action! Just one small thing, where to start? The field of electrical engineering is big, very big and it still grows bigger day by day. ...

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How I developed the Rolls Royce among UHF readers

When Kiman (42) first came into contact with Nedap six years ago through a squash buddy, he thought it was something extraordinary: unlimited vacations, no fixed training budgets, a lot of freedom to fill in your job the way you want to and above all, short lines of communication with other teams. This was a huge difference from the engineering firm where he had previously worked as an electrical engineer. There everything went by the hour and he never felt like the owner of the products he was working on. ...

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Cable Pooling: Electric Buses

Witteveen+Bos is an international multidisciplinary and independent engineering and environmental company of Dutch origin, with approximately 1,300 professionals spread over 20 offices in 11 countries. Witteveen+Bos is strongly connected to universities, within this framework internships, and master thesis in the field of electrical engineering are part of our strategy. This paper is providing more insights on a thesis developed on the topic of Cable Pooling. “The biggest challenge at the moment is to estimate how much power is needed ”, says Van Rookhuijzen. ...