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Rasmus Ruus

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  1. Hello fellow engineers I have a certain thermal loss from my power cables due to total harmonic distortion, it's about 15Watts loss, and I somehow have to convert that into a enthalpy so I can calculate how much more my cooling unit has to work. The cable is a 4G4 powerflex copper cable. the ambient air temperature of the room is 40 degrees celcius. What do I do? Please tell me if you need more information. Best regards Rasmus
  2. Hello fellow engineers I have a certain thermal loss from my power cables due to total harmonic distortion, it's about 15Watts loss, and I somehow have to convert that into a enthalpy so I can calculate how much more my cooling unit has to work. The cable is a 4G4 powerflex copper cable. the ambient air temperature of the room is 40 degrees celcius. What do I do? Please tell me if you need more information. Best regards Rasmus
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