|Mar22-13, 02:58 AM||#1|
Maximum possible current in a Conductor
If we are given a metallic conductor in a given Temperature(Room temperature here), Area of cross section A, is there an upper limit to the strength of the current through such a conductor due to the upper limit for drift velocity(v)??
|Mar22-13, 03:12 AM||#2|
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|Mar22-13, 03:22 AM||#3|
What factors lead to limiting of maximum permissible current besides limit of drift velocity?
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