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TOPIC: Marine Engineer Officer (Naval Architechture)

Marine Engineer Officer (Naval Architechture) 12 Jan 2012 16:32 #277

A quantity of 0.1cm diameter wire is to be used for reloading fuse-holders. Calculate the normal steady current it may carry in order to allow a safe margin of 100 per cent overload if it is known to lose heat at the rate of 0.004 cal/sec/sq cm of surface for each Centigrade degree above the ambient temperature of 17OC. The melting point of the wire material is 327OC and the specific resistance at this temperature is 45 micro-ohms/cm cube.
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