Naotubes Case Study

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Yes, nanotubes can be used in place copper tubes in practical scale. Nanotubes have a lower resistance than the copper tubes. When current is passed through high resistance materials, chances are that it will produce more amount of heat which may damage the circuit. When the current exceeds the cable safe’s capacity, chances are that the wire gets too hot and break. Moreover, nanotubes can almost carry 4 times as much as current than the copper wire of same mass. The conductivity of nanotubes is same as that of aluminium which is a good conductor than copper. Nanotubes are also lighter than copper wires so it gets easy to use these wires for transmission, where a large amount of metal is required. Now, what are transmission line losses? Transmitting…show more content…
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