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Old 06-29-2018, 11:06 AM   #1
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Hi Every one,

I do not know if it is the right place I post this query. Excuse me if I am wrong.

Recently I have entrusted with the work of supervising our society’s entire electrical maintenance and new project activities in addition to my regular duties in the society. The society wants one of its members closely monitor Electrical works.

There are multiple supervisors and technicians working in the society who report to me. I did my engineering in Electronics and Communications 15 years back. I have lost in touch with most of the electrical concepts and have to work on to develop hands-on. Also I have to be able to monitor the daily maintenance related works which are happening in the society as they involve purchasing/ replacing of lot of electrical components.

The society’s peak demand goes up to 600 KVA in some days.

I have a request here to the members is that is there any “Audio Book” on Electrical engineering which I can hear whenever I get time. It may seem strange but I frankly say I do not have the feasibility to read books/ watch videos. I also travel considerably and I suppose hearing is the best option to develop knowledge.

Please guide me and correct me if I am wrong.

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Without pictures it is a hard field to learn. I don't think audio is the way to go, make time to read or watch.
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At one time I thought this would be a good idea, so I bought the tape below. It didn't really do the trick for me.
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