The Electrical Engineering Portal (EEP) is a great resource focused on the power and energy field. We liked it so much we added it to our A-Z Resource page. The portal links to some great information and tools that can be useful to students learning about the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power.
One resource we discovered was a collection of excel spreadsheet templates created for tasks like calculating the electrical load of a panel, calculating cable sizes, and calculating powerline voltage drops. The list goes on. There are 50+ excel spreadsheets!
There are a ton of Electrical Guides on the EEP. These guides include specific lessons about Power Substations, Electrical Engineering, Generation T&D, Data Center Guides, Control & Protection, Industrial Automation, ABB Drives Guides, ABB Protection Books, Siemens EE Basics, Schneider Electric CTs, Alternative Energy, and Electrical Design Docs. You can access each guide for free and many are downloadable.
The Video Training section contains several series of instructional videos. Included topics are Electrical Engineering, PLC Programming, Testing & Commission, EE Resources. Each video series contains a range of 5 to 20 videos.
In addition to the tools, guides, and training, The EEP regularly posts technical articles on a variety of electrical and power engineering.
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