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July 16th, 2018, 01:33 AM   #1
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What is name of this wire?

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In this tower what is name of this?
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July 16th, 2018, 05:10 AM   #2
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There's more than one wire shown. Possibly, "power line" is the term you want.
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Since the lines are raised on a high tower with extra heavy insulation, perhaps "high voltage wires" or "high tension wires".
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Hello,
What is name of this wire... how do they call it?
I see it was aluminium wire. Is that true or is it something else?

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This article answers those questions.
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How this wire are build
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Long metal rods of the required composition are drawn to reduce their diameter to the required wire gauge, then winding machines combine the wires to produce the finished cable.
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How this wire are build
At the Golden Gate Bridge's visitor center, there's a section of cable on display. It's about three feet in diameter and you can see all the sub-cables it's made of. Very impressive. Here's a pic.

http://goldengate.org/exhibits/image...le-section.jpg
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At the Golden Gate Bridge's visitor center, there's a section of cable on display. It's about three feet in diameter and you can see all the sub-cables it's made of. Very impressive. Here's a pic.
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I have seen it first time; why was it built so large?
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Long metal rods of the required composition are drawn to reduce their diameter to the required wire gauge, then winding machines combine the wires to produce the finished cable
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Which winding machine is used?

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How to find its Resistance and current density? At what temperature does it melt?
How much current it can pass?

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