ampacity


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ampacity

[am′pas·əd·ē]
(electricity)
Current-carrying capacity in amperes; used as a rating for power cables.

ampacity

The current-carrying capacity of a wire or cable, expressed in amperes.
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Their advantage of higher ampacity per package type improves power-supply density, which in turn enables the use of advanced surface-mount packages in higher power designs.
The first application built by APEI looks at fusing current and ampacity of wire bonds-very small wires that interconnect semiconductor devices with their packages.
Rosch's calculation, adjusted for factors like modern insulation materials, remains the basis for the main ampacity table, Table 310.
Kuleza, "Calculation of the internal thermal resistance and ampacity of 3-core screened cables with fillers", IEEE Trans.
Allowable ampacity of portable cables and maximum allowable overcurrent protection, misuse of table 520.
Cruz, "Influence of different types of magnetic shields on the thermal behaviour and ampacity of underground power cables," IEEE Trans.
This year we are putting the lower-voltage concept to practical test in the AmpaCity project in Essen, Germany.
In addition to arrestors, direct strike lightning protection requires redundant and high ampacity paths to ground.