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- adj. Related to electricity (or electronics)
- n. An electrical engineer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as electric.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. relating to or concerned with electricity
- adj. using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity
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Double e's, that's what they call electrical engineers, double e's, remember that.
During my undergraduate days in electrical engineering, women were few and far in between.
We commonly describe membrane function using concepts (conductivity, insulation, capacitance, and so on) established previously in electrical engineering. here
That's like a 1400 on the pre-dummed down SAT, the type of people that go to MIT or Stanford and major in electrical engineering.
He followed through and found a space-related program that demonstrated his interest in electrical engineering.
It's 2010 now, and Erick is a Stanford graduate with a degree in electrical engineering; he's spent five years at a leading aerospace corporation; he became president of our Alumni Association and represents Stanford at our "Destination: College" event every year; and recently he went on to complete an MBA at the University of Texas at Austin.
Joined by Participant chief executive Jim Berk, Skoll happened to be dining just up the street from the University of Toronto, where he graduated with a degree in electrical engineering, before moving to the United States to earn his MBA at Stanford.
Production of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, used in electrical equipment, paints, plastics and hundreds of other industrial applications, was banned in the 1970s.
Heat build-up in electrical devices is symptomatic of eddy current and hysteresis loss and requires strategies for minimization of loss and removal of heat.
I've done many many circuit work in electrical boxes (and I'm not even an electrician).