Photo a day: normal conducting

A heap of high-current, normal-conducting cables lies in a waste bin by the side of the road at CERN. 10 points to any former students of mine who can explain with mathematics why high-current cables must be so thick. There will be no hints.

A heap of high-current, normal-conducting cables lies in a waste bin by the side of the road at CERN. 10 points to any former students of mine who can explain with mathematics why high-current cables must be so thick. There will be no hints.

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