Our lives as we know it would not be possible without electricity. Without electricity, we wouldn't have electric lights, computers, cell phones, telephones, or even electric toothbrushes. And we wouldn't have access to electricity without power plants. Power plants would be useless without turbines to generate the energy. And turbines wouldn't last very long without turbine engineers to design, build, maintain, and repair them. A turbine engineer is essential to the proper operation of a turbine, whether wind, water, steam, or gas. These engineers are an important part of making sure that modern civilization as we know it is maintained and even advanced.
A turbine is essentially an engine that converts some sort of fluid flow into energy that can be distributed along the proper channels. A turbine engineer must have a thorough understanding of mechanical and electrical engineering in order to be able not only to design an efficient turbine, but also to make sure that the energy the turbine produces is able to be distributed and used, even by people in remote locations. It's essential that the engineer understands the design of the turbine in order to be able to conduct troubleshooting when necessary, and to prescribe the appropriate solutions.
If a turbine engineer doesn't have a deep understanding of the principles that allow a turbine to work and to create usable energy, then they won't be able to fix problems when things go wrong. They won't know what the likely causes of an engine failure are, where the weak points of a turbine are, or how to fix things when something does go wrong, much less how to stop things from going wrong in the first place. By keeping an engineer on staff who has dedicated his or her life to understanding turbines, you'll make sure that things will run smoothly and, if they do go wrong, that you'll be back up and running in no time.
From ancient water mills to windmills to the complex turbines of today, turbines have been helping people to create energy for centuries. We are fortunate to live in an age where turbines are so efficient and can generate so much energy; enough energy to keep an entire city lit up all through the night. Thanks to turbine engineers, turbines are more efficient than they have ever been. In a way, all it takes to keep a city up and running is a good turbine engineer.
Power Plant Operator - Electrical
Provide safe operations, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of production equipment, instruments, and other equipment to provide power and steam to a 24/7 Paper Mill operations. Will also provide electrical skills, including but not limited to, wirin
|Mobile||Kimberly-Clark||Not Specified||Feb 21||
Junior Power & Electrical Engineer
In this position your primary responsibility is to provide commercial and technical support for the Sales Team in order to drive new equipment orders as well as post-sale field project management from order intake through commissioning. You will be expect
|Philadelphia||Penn Power Group||Not Specified|