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Cell Phones in Electronics Engineering

Posted by on Aug 26, 2018 in Electrical Engineering | 0 comments

Cell Phones in Electronics Engineering are used all over the world for communication. Cell Phones in Electronics Engineering range in sizes from as small as a human thumb to as large as a regular telephone booth if more efficient that way. Modern cell phones can fold, flip, compact and even store just about anything. It’s important that we understand how Cell Phones in Electronics Engineering work. Engineering in Kenya has more articles.

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Software Engineering Course

Posted by on Jun 16, 2018 in Electrical Engineering | 0 comments

Software Engineering Course is a professional course dedicated to designing, implementing and modifying software so that it is of high quality, affordable, maintainable, and fast to build. Basically software engineering course involves the study of the application of a systematic, disciplined, quantifiable approach to the development, operation, and maintenance of software; that is, the application of engineering to software.Software Engineering Course is concerned with the problems of design, construction and maintenance of the, often huge, software systems that are typical of industry. Engineering in Kenya has more articles.

The term software engineering defined and studied in Software Engineering Course was believed to have first appeared in 1968 NATO software engineering conference and was meant to provoke through regarding the perceived software crisis at the time. In study of the software engineering course, software development a much used and more generic term does not necessarily subsume the engineering paradigm. When the first modern digital computer appeared in the early 1940s led to the necessity of controlling the computer through codes and instruction which contributed to the introduction of programming a course in Software Engineering Course.

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Generators in Electrical Engineering

Posted by on Jun 9, 2018 in Electrical Engineering | 0 comments

Generators in Electrical Engineering have a very common principle of operation. If one has ever moved paper pins around with any type of magnet,  or killed time playing with iron filling forming different shapes with them, then one has dabbled in the very basic principles behind even the most sophisticated electrical generators. Engineering in Kenya has more articles.

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The magnetic field responsible for creating all the shapes with the iron fillings for Generators in Electrical Engineering is due to the movement of electrons. When one moves a magnet toward a paper pin, one forces the electrons in the paper pin to move. Similarly, if one allows electrons to move through a metallic conductor, a magnetic field immediately forms around the metallic conductor. Thanks to the Wooly Willy toy and play with iron fillings, we can see that there is a definite connection between the phenomena of magnetism and electricity.

Basic Definition of Generators in Electrical Engineering

Generators in Electrical Engineering are simply devices that move a magnet near a metallic conductor to create a steady and constant flow of electrons. The action that forces the movement varies greatly, ranging from the hand cranks and steam engines to nuclear reactors (where nuclear fission occurs producing energy), but the general principle of Generators in Electrical Engineering remains the same.

Understanding Generators in Electrical Engineering

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