HANDBOOK OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FOR PRACTITIONERS IN THE OIL, GAS AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
|Author(s)||Alan L. Sheldrake|
|D O W N L O A D|
As implied by the title, the present publication will be of particular use for the electrical engineers engaged in the oil and gas industry, including the offshore exploration and production of the hydrocarbons. The content of the volume bases on the lectures read to the students and practicing specialists employed by the oil majors. The publication will provide readers with the good balance between theory and practice.
This is a very comprehensive volume where the applications of the electrical engineering have been detailed as applied to the oil and gas industry, and it will also give necessary guidance to the various electrical systems and equipment normally installed on board offshore facilities, such as the drilling units.
Dozens of the practical examples have been included by the author to enable reader to perform accurate and quick assessments; they will also demonstrate the topics being explained, with the practical data. Each of the section of the volume feature the initial revision and some reference part which should be read before you proceed to the practical part. More than thirty years of the practical experience of the author found their reflection in the pages of this brilliant volume.
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