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Electrical engineering is a field of engineering  that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics  and electromagnetism. Companies and industry experts has been always releasing technical books and guides in order to spread their knowledge.

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Electrical books and guides

No.DescriptionDownload
***Schneider Electric – Cahier Techniques – FOLDER
***ABB Drives – Technical Guides – FOLDER
***Siemens – Basics of Energy and Automation – FOLDER
***Relays In Details (Including Protective Relays) – FOLDER
***Power Substations – FOLDER
1Electrical power supply and distribution star
2Energy-Efficient Electric Motor Selection Handbook
3Coordinated Power Systems Protection
4UPS selection, installation and maintenance
5Engineering Symbology, prints and drawing star
6Grounding and Bonding
7Handbook of electrical safety
8Handbook of electrical science VOL. 1-4
9Personal Protective Grounding for Electric Power Facilities and Power Lines
10Electrical Installation Guide star
11Schneider Electric – Harmonic detection and filtering
12Introduction to Motor and Generator
13Medium Voltage Cables – Construction Standard Specifications
14Electrical Power Supply And Distribution
15ABB – Electrical Installation Handbook PART I
16ABB – Electrical Installation Handbook PART II
17Instrument-Transformers – Part 1 of 3 Current Voltage Transformers
18Instrument-Transformers – Part 2 of 3 Current Voltage Transformers
19Instrument-Transformers – Part 3 of 3 Current Voltage Transformers
20Electrical Engineering Formulas
21How Power Factor Corection Works
22How To Apply Capacitors To Low Voltage Power Systems
23ABB – Power Factor Correction And Harmonic Filtering In Electrical Plants
24Power Factor – The Basics
25Transmission And Distribution Electrical Engineering
26Lighting Handbook star
27HV AC Circuit breakers – IEC62271-100
28A Simple Approach To Short Circuit Calculations
29Complete Patents Of Nikola Tesla star
30Electricity and Magnetism
31The Wire and Cable Technical Information Handbook
32Understanding Arc Flash Hazards – EATON white paper
33De-icing EHV Overhead Transmission Lines by Short circuit Currents
34Designing Low Voltage Non-Motor Industrial Feeder Circuits
35Electrical network protection guide – Schneider Electric star
36High Resistance Ground Application Guide
37Faults on Electrical System
37Roadway Lighting Design Manual
38Arch Flash Hazards – LV Circuit Breakers
39Arc-flash Application Guide (Arc-flash Energy Calculations for Circuit Breakers and Fuses)
40Current Transformers Selection Guide
41Elements of Electrical Engineering – Intermediate Vocatioinal Course, 1st Year
42Determining Correction Factor of Power Cable Sizing
43Protection and Control Guide
44High power Electronics – HVDC and SVC
45Transformers, Generators and Protection Theory
46The Role of Infrared Testing at Data Centers star
47High Voltage Engineering – Practice and Theory New star
48Medium Voltage Design Guide – Schneider Electric New star
49Principles of Insulation Testing New star
50Earthing of MV and LV Distribution Lines: A multi-faceted problem New
51Network Theorems New
52Test Preparation Study Guide For Coal Mine Electrical Certification – Underground Electrician
53NEMA Three Phase AC Motor – Home Study Course
54Application Guide – Industrial Switching and Protection Systems
55Electrical Design Manual For New Hospitals New
56Fundamentals Of Electrical Distribution – EATON star
57Basics Of Molded Case Circuit Breakers (MCCBs) – EATON star
58Basic Wiring for Motor Control – Technical Data star
59Results and Recommendations from World Smart Grid Forum 2013 New
60Squirrel Cage Rotor Testing Methods New
61Power Quality Problems and New Solutions New
62CT Saturation in Industrial Applications – Analysis and Application Guidelines
63Guide to modern insulation testing
64Measurement techniques of leakage and ground currents New
65Electrical Theory – Technology, PLC Concepts and Basic Electronics New
66Basics of Circuit Breakers For Electrical Engineers (additional info for practical usage) New
67Electrical Installation Handbook (Protection, Control and Electrical Devices)
68Lighting And Electrical Systems Design Guide (Elementary School Building Example)
69Guide to Low Voltage Electrical System Design and Selectivity New
70A Good Practice Guide to Electrical Design star
71Guide to Designing and Installing Copper Building Wire Systems
72Lessons In AC Electrical Circuits
73Lessons In DC Electrical Circuits
74Guide to protection against indirect contact and earth fault
75Your Detailed Guide To Energy Efficient Housing
76Guide To The Basics Of Efficient Lighting Design New
77Solutions for Power, Control, Safety and Energy Efficiency New
78Guide To Measurements On Electrical Installations (Theory and Practice) New
79Guide to Planning of Electric Power Distribution New star

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29 Comments


  1. Ernest
    May 26, 2015

    Good work


  2. Ernest
    May 26, 2015

    I am electrical engineering student , and i want to know more about power transformers.Thank you for the good job.


  3. Luis Lemus
    Mar 04, 2015

    Good day, first of all i would like to congratulate all of you for such an amazing portal. Contributions are great and i feel like i can keep learning each day a little bit more. I do have one request to make, if possible. I am currently working my thesis and i am interested in power quality for a call center building; specifically i am looking for information about the IEEE.Std. 1100. If you could share something it would be great. Greetings and keep up the great job!!!


  4. Zreik
    Feb 17, 2015

    can u Upload some article about Selectivity for DC Auxiliare low voltage?


  5. Sayed Yusuf Ali
    Dec 25, 2014

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  6. prem
    Dec 06, 2014

    Good


  7. SUNIL
    Sep 19, 2014

    Can you upload some article with respect haradous area classification as per IEC 60079. Easy to understand.


  8. Sabariprakash
    Sep 05, 2014

    Hi sir..
    I am having confusion in selection of alternate motor against the installed one.Here i will give the details of installed & alternate motor which i decided for procurement.

    Installed 3 phase Squirrel cage IM:
    Supply Voltage=415v; P=22Kw; Rated Torque=131.7Nm; speed=1468rpm; Frame Size=180L; Rated Current=37.2A(VFD duty Motor); NDE bearings=6210 ZC3 ;DE bearings=6210 ZC3; Cooling Method=IC416 ;

    Proposed 3 phase Squirrel cage IM:

    Supply Voltage=415v; P=22Kw; Rated Torque=143Nm; speed=1473rpm; Frame Size=180L; Rated Current=38A; NDE bearings=6310 ZC3 ;DE bearings=6310 ZC3; Cooling Method=IC411 ;
    Kindly suggest me to procure the proposed one or not and request you to give the detailed articles regarding selection of different motors with known motor.


  9. cameron
    Jun 22, 2014

    Hey guys. I need help on developing a distance relay in Matlab/Simulink. Can anyone perhaps assist me?


  10. Vele
    Jun 19, 2014

    Hi Sir,
    I’d like to know more about earthing transformers and neutral grounding resistors, their applications and why they are required. You have any information on this that can be useful for my project?


  11. Chanh
    Jun 01, 2014

    Hi Sir,

    i would like to know how to choose correct capacitor for run or start motor and can i use large or small capacitor than the existing one for motor


  12. vaishnavi
    Feb 14, 2014

    hi
    its really very useful
    can u help me in my project tat is gsm based power sharing of transformer with automatic load shedding system. can u give me detailed information about this.


  13. duru jonathan
    Feb 14, 2014

    I want to know more about how to read and solve a fault on electrical diagram.


  14. Leinad
    Oct 13, 2013

    Thank you for the very useful information.


  15. Hariprakash
    Aug 17, 2013

    Hello sir! i feel difficult to understand some concepts of Elec.engg like vector fields in electroagnetic theory,and finding hard to apply in problems,so my request is please make arrangements as these concepts are very important for an Elec.engg students.and also it will be useful for other students.
    I am waiting for your answer


  16. Badam
    Jan 30, 2013

    i am actually working on my project titled electrical design for an office building. I would like to know the recent technology available for cable laying and other safety equipments,


  17. I.P.
    Jan 14, 2013

    Thank You Very Much for this vast collection of resources.
    It’s Very helpful to EE students and licensure exam takers.


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    Jan 13, 2013

    Hello Sir
    I am very much thank ful to you for your information.I hope others also gain knowledge from this.Thank u sir.


  19. ESSA
    Jan 05, 2013

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  20. ABD ELWAHID ELTAHIR
    Dec 25, 2012

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    Jun 19, 2012

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  23. Edvard
    May 13, 2012

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    Apr 26, 2012

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