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Charles SWVA Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 1:18 PM
I'm sort of amazed that Nathan S laughter is apparently pushing aluminum as a substiture for copper. It is a fairly good conductor but it is used basically for construction where corrorion or weight (e.g. airplanes) is a problem.Too, I remember back in the olden days it made its way into house wiring with drastic results causing fires due to overheating because it isn't that great a conductor and manufactures undersized it and there was some argument that conductivity changed with age.
David39 Wrote: Jul 22, 2012 11:11 PM
The use of aluminum in house wiring may have proved unwise, but the metal is still used successfully in electrical transmission and distribution systems and it has substantially replaced copper in those applications.

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