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Brad Albing

High-Performance Power Converters on the First Design Pass

Brad Albing
Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/30/2013 5:31:57 PM
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Re: Design engineering thought process
And here I thought the blogging was your first priority and the other stuff came in later.

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DEREK.KOONCE
DEREK.KOONCE
4/30/2013 3:02:17 PM
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Re: Design engineering thought process
Been busy with work and a few side consulting jobs. Working on those blogs to post.

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Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/30/2013 1:49:00 PM
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Re: Design engineering thought process
DK - any follow-up comments to the seminar or to the power supply design on which you were working?

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DEREK.KOONCE
DEREK.KOONCE
4/15/2013 1:50:34 PM
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Re: Design engineering thought process
I  have signed up. Though designing for over two decades, I do not put it past any training where I might pick up that one extra thing. Or have that "oh yeah" moment of realizing I should add that to my list of things to check.

I am currently in the process of desiging a power supply that is variable output, but not changing the components. Selection of L and C to cover the wide output control range was an interesting calculation.

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Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/12/2013 10:13:03 AM
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Re: Design engineering thought process
Good point, Steve. You and I have blogged about mentoring in the past. Courses like this are an extension of that mentoring process - which I knew, but never thought to mention. So thanks for bringing that to the forefront.

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steve.taranovich
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4/12/2013 9:23:19 AM
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Design engineering thought process
I am a big believer in engineering education on the technical side, but after the basic electronics theory, the making of a good designer is the thought process that goes into designing a circuit or a system.

This type of education mostly comes to us in the way of good mentors---this type of webinar gives designers both the tech side and the thought process side of things. Bravo Intersil

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