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- In what ways an aircraft ,at over 35000 feet, imply methods to dissipate the heat generated in a busbar? What's done to get away from the heat with ease?
"The surface of copper naturally oxidises, forming a thin hard layer on the surface which normally prevents further oxidation. " I've seen this in a book, higher level oxygen on busbar, means lower the heat and get away with ease, Doesn't it? So, Can I say a thin hard layer musn't be used?