The Evolution of Aluminum Conductors Used for Building Wire and Cable
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Describes the history of the discovery, application and acceptance of the AA-8000 series of aluminum conductors for building wire and cable applications. This series of alloys was discovered to have excellent characteristics with respect to strength, ductility, and thermal stability.
Published Date: Feb.9.2012
Document ID: 100563
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