Subject: Re: Reducing contact resistance for low volt use?
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Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 15:08:02 GMT
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On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 14:00:10 GMT, email@example.com (John Fields) Gave
>On Mon, 06 Jan 2003 12:05:06 GMT, DarkMatter
>> Ohms per foot is ohms per foot. Silver is a better conductor than
>>copper. AC or DC. If you are trying to garner every little bit, how
>>could it be negligible?
>If the silver plating reduced the resistance of the wire by less
>than 1% of the resistance of the unplated copper, then I'd call that
>I invite you to post the difference in resistance between, say one
>foot of 24AWG soft-drawn copper wire at 25?C and one foot of 24 AWG
>oxygen-free high-conductivity silver-plated soft-drawn copper wire
>at 25?C so that we can have some quantitative data to work with.
So, from your assertion, there is no difference.
So, you are saying that the military uses it for no reason at all?
Also, at 100A, that 24Ga wire in either style won't last long enough
Also, if it is better than 1% at 1000 feet, what makes you think it
wouldn't be better at one foot?
Another thing. If you want your sig to work properly in
newsreaders, you need to put only TWO dashes at the beginning of the
line. Three negates the entire purpose as it is non-functional.