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The Electrical Engineer’s major responsibility is to design and develop new electrical systems. Applying physics and mathematics of electricity, electromagnetism, and electronics, electrical engineers solve various problems with electrical large and small systems. They also test electrical equipment. In their workplaces, electrical engineers are involved in different projects, participating in all stages of their development: from working on the concept and detail of the design to the implementation and practical testing of the produced products. Electrical engineers also participate in maintenance programs.
In most of the organizations, electrical engineers work not in isolation but as a part of larger multidisciplinary teams consisting of engineers that have different areas of specialization, architects, marketing specialists, technicians, manufacturers, and other members of the staff.
Electrical engineers may participate either in one stage of the project or take responsibility for every part of the design and development process. Yet in any case, as an Electrical Engineer, you will need to know how to read the outline of the project, understand design specifications and technical diagrams and drawings. You will also be expected to propose suitable solutions and estimate how much time the fulfillment of the project will take and how much money should be invested in it. Among your responsibilities will be also making the prototypes of products, for which you will need to know how to use three-dimensional design software. After this, you will also need to conduct practical tests of the products and analyse and interpret the results of these tests. If the results prove to be unsatisfactory, you will be asked to propose required modifications and improve the tested products. At the final stage of your involvement in the production of the product or system, you will qualify what you have designed. When the designed product is put in operation, you will monitor its performance and, if needed, will think how to improve the future design of similar products. In addition, you will oversee all electrical equipment in your company.
The technical part of the Electrical Engineer’s responsibilities is only a half of the story, however. As an Electrical Engineer, you will need to liaison with the members of your organization and customers. While designing and testing the new product, you will communicate with your co-workers participating in its production. You will also be constantly in touch with contractors. Another part of your work will involve giving presentations about the product and writing reports about the progression of its development. Preparing product documentations will also be included into your daily routine.
Electrical Engineers should know how to do the following operations:
There are several sub-disciplines of the electrical engineering. While some of the electrical engineers specialize in one specific area, others can have expertise in several sub-disciplines. Among the existing sub-disciplines in the electrical engineering, below are the most common:
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