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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER – MADRID We are looking for an electrical engineer to be integrated into the client's multidisciplinary engineering team for an offshore substation project.   The following is required:   -  3 years of experience; highly recommended in offshore projects. -  Detailed engineering of low voltage systems. - Experience in standards: IEC, VDE, ATEX, MED, IEEE, DNVGL (BSH recommended). -  Knowledge and handling of:   Single-line diagrams Schematics and wiring diagrams. UPS Load...

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This week we are carrying out functional modifications to the control system responsible for the opening and closing manoeuvre of the José León de Carranza Bridge, with the aim of continuing to optimise its overall operation. One of the modifications we are executing will allow the creation of reports and graphs of the trends of the manoeuvres. In other words, a centralised database of historical...

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In total, eleven safety, control and distribution cabinets have been tested. In the last weeks of January and February, we carried out four Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) for the Dolwin 6 project; an HVDC type offshore substation for the German North Sea, developed and built by Dragados Offshore.   Each test has been carried out in the presence of Dragados' team of representatives, the classification society, and...

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The "Master Clock System" that we have developed for the fourth Saudi corvette, built in the Navantia shipyard in San Fernando, was delivered last Tuesday, 13th April. This system comes in addition to the three previously supplied, out of a total of six. Five of them for the vessels and one to be installed in Navantia.   The Time Centre consists of new functionality that will allow...

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The control system, which uses state-of-the-art technology, will be responsible for the energy management of the tower, its control and supervision, as well as its auxiliary packages (chemical dosing, filtering, etc.). The tests prior to the start-up of the control system that we have developed for the cooling tower of the Naftan refinery in Novopolotsk, Belarus, have already been carried out in March. The project, carried...

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The importance of continuous training is not only to learn and update, but also to be able to share the knowledge acquired, with the aim of providing the work team of a client with the knowledge to carry out their functions with excellence. Based on this and the technical experience in the automation sector of our work team, we have given a PLC programming course...

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From its inauguration in 1969 to the present day, the José León de Carranza Bridge represents a milestone in the economic and social development that facilitates and dynamises the communication of Cádiz with the rest of the peninsula. When it was designed, it was conceived as a drawbridge, equipped with a central movable span, which would allow the continuity of maritime traffic in the Bay...

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INTERVIEW HÉCTOR ÁLVAREZ MARTÍNEZ – ROA   At the Royal Institute and Observatory of the Navy in San Fernando, Cadiz, a strontium optical lattice clock is being built, one of the most advanced in the world in this technology. Last November, our company, Ingemation Ingeniería, made the last delivery of the equipment we supplied for the construction of this clock, which is expected to be completed before 2030. With...

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The Training Programme "Operation and Onboard Maintenance Training Course" is aimed at training the crew responsible for the maintenance of the "Central Time System" installed on the five corvettes that Navantia, San Fernando has manufactured for the Saudi Arabian Navy (RSNF, Royal Saudi Naval Forces). Last Friday, the 21st of January, we held the second training session at the Navantia Training Center (NTC) facilities. There are...

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