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Looking to learn electrical engineering in my spare time, particularly in the power sector. I have a physics degree and an MSc in Renewable Energy Engineering. Working in renewables for a large global company but my electrical engineering knowledge is poor at best. Where do I start?
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>renewAble energy engineering
Hehehehehe. Where's that degree from, anon- itt tech?

Mit ocw has a few basic courses up, but for higher level material really only books are available.
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>>8594910

UK?
Do a distance learning course in Open University perhaps.
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>>8594930
Yeah UK. Don't want to pay for more "education", will self learn but don't know where to start. Any suggestions?
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>>8594910
http://4chan-science.wikia.com/wiki/Electrical_and_Electronics_Engineering
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>>8595080
Cheers anon



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