Electrical Machines in EE [closed]
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What is the purpose of studying Electrical Machine as an Electrical Engineer?
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- 1same reason you study anything – jsotola 1 hour ago
- Well, when I studied my rusty EE diploma, decades ago, there were two streams, “heavy current” and “light current“. Heavy current means those involved in electricity generation and transmission, and motors in general. Light current means electroncs stuff in general, radios, TV, transistors, ICs, computers etc. In those days, there was not clear dividing line, and later some schools have separate depts, Electronics Engineering Dept, and Electrical Engineering Dept. And those days there were UK’s IEE and US’s IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)). – tlfong01 1 hour ago
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