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Creep behavior of aluminum wire affects performance of ACSR cable

Creep behavior of aluminum wire affects performance of ACSR cable

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A series of tests on the creep behavior of aluminum wire used in ACSR cable are described. The results from experiments on wire produced by differing methods indicate that wires drawn from Properzi r ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1971
Weight:0.2500
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By Snowman, A.General Cable Corp., Ramy, T.
1971
 
A series of tests on the creep behavior of aluminum wire used in ACSR cable are described. The results from experiments on wire produced by differing methods indicate that wires drawn from Properzi rod have a lower creep than wire from extruded or rolled rods.
  
 
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