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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by AllTel - Jim Hubbard, Jul 30, 2005.

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  1. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest


    Exactly! :-]
     
  2. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    Sometimes I find it hard to believe that we actually call ourselves
    sentient beings with the way some of you act.
     
  3. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    The whole point is that it does NOT list the resistances as being
    different at that frequency, for that wire, AND it had several digits
    shown after the last significant figure given.

    That and pumping the numbers through the formula myself with a 20+
    mantissa calculator show the same result.
     
  4. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    Hey, you lysdexic dufus! I was on your side!
     
  5. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    This is Usenet. If you don't quote who you are posting to, nobody
    knows without viewing thread hierarchies.

    BTW, you shouldn't talk about beating on folks. These days, it is
    considered "domestic terrorism", and you could end up in a world of
    shit.
     
  6. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    Alright, when did another troll get invited here?
     
  7. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    On Wed, 03 Aug 2005 01:20:29 GMT, TokaMundo
     
  8. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  9. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  10. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    Violent little bitch, eh?

    Why don't you leave a snippet of the post you're replying to intact
    so that those of us who aren't mind-readers don't have to go
    searching to find out whom you're threatening?

    BTW, don't be surprised if the law comes knocking at your door...
    Threats of physical violence are looked on very seriously these
    days.
     
  11. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  12. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  13. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

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    Ever hear of convection, dumbass?

    Got some numbers? Or is this going to be another one of your
    unsubstantiated claims?
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    I see. Just by _looking_ at the glowing wire you can tell what the
    temperature differential is between the center of the wire and its
    surface? Amazing!!!
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    No, it won't. it'll be lower in the parts of the wire which are
    hotter.
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    The current changes the temperature of the wire, but it doesn't
    generate the resistance of the wire. The wire's resistance and its
    temperature coefficient of resistance are due to the resistivity and
    tempco of the material the wire is made of.
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    Whether you agree or not is immaterial. The phenomenon occurs with
    or without your permission.
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    Point is, dimwit, it'll still be there.
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    Got some numbers, or is that just some more of your bullshit
    opinion?
     
  14. Bud

    Bud Guest

    I thought large diameter conductors in switchyards were for corona
    reduction.
     
  15. Alexander

    Alexander Guest

    What is a high frequency?
    If this is not defined in the source, then most of the time a high frequency
    will be any frequency on what the voltage on the line cannot be taken equal
    at every place of the line because of linelength and wavelength.
    By this 60Hz can be a very high frequency if you have a cable of several
    kilometers.
     
  16. Alexander

    Alexander Guest

    Someone once tolf me something, I believe it wass: "Don't feed the trolls",
    it seems to me that they are having a ball with food in abundance.
     
  17. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    You wouldn't know what eloquence was if it bit you in the ass, you
    top posting Usenet retard.
     
  18. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    Your a fucking kingpin when it comes to being retarded.
     
  19. TokaMundo

    TokaMundo Guest

    Yet another retarded post by Johnny boy.
     
  20. Bob Myers

    Bob Myers Guest

    Gee, someone must've received a bad grade last year in
    their freshman circuit analysis class...

    Bob M.
     
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