Hi guys, I'm looking to find out if there is a ratio between short term and continuous current for power cables. I know that people usually generalize around 5-10 x rated ampacity, but I'm just asking around to see if there is a certain #. On McMaster Carr, the highest rated cable is for 600 AMPS continuous under welding cables. I will be needing to short a 125 VDC capacitor module that is estimated to put out 8000-9000 amps for less than 1 second. Let me know if you guys need any other information.