Wattnow, The official mouthpiece of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers Published by the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), this monthly magazine highlights the exciting worlds of technology and electrical engineering. Topics include robotics, rockets, automotive developments, nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, astronomy, telecommunications and other 'technologies of tomorrow'. Articles are written for all levels of reader and presented in a 56-page glossy, format

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How does a Generator create electricity
Generators are useful appliances that supply electrical power during a power outage and prevent discontinuity of daily activities or disruption of business operations. Generators are available in different electrical and physical configurations for use in
Africa’s first aerotropolis in Ekurhuleni: will it foster economic growth?
In September it was announced that an Aurecon-led consortium had won the contract to develop the Ekurhuleni OR Tambo Aerotropolis in Gauteng, South Africa.
The Role Turbines in Power Generation
Large scale electrical energy production largely depends on the use of turbines. Nearly all of the world's power that is supplied to a major grid is produced by turbines. From steam turbines used at coal-burning electricity plants to liquid water turbin
Women of Science and Maths
Women have been fascinated by science and mathematics since ancient times. Theano, possibly the wife of Pythagoras, was a pupil and tutor of the Pythagorean School and is said to have run the school after the death of Pythagoras. She not only wrote on