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Old 27th September 2003, 05:49 AM   #21
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Yes there is, with a spreadsheet I made up quite some time ago. I dont have excel on my new computer quite yet so I cant explain exactly what to do, but I believe I set it up logically.

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Old 30th June 2005, 03:55 PM   #22
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I just remembered I have the "standard" equation written down for finding the diameter D (in inches) of an AWG gauge wire of gauge N. AWG is by far the most common gauge. Here it goes.
D=.005(92^(1/39))^(36-N). Yes, some brilliant soul decided to use the 39th root of 92.
Thank you, Chris. I have just completed what is possibly the most pointless piece of work ever. I wrote a spreadsheet to test your equation and checked it against a table of AWG. Perfect.

Perfectly useless. You see, we don't use American Wire Gauge in the UK (never did), we don't even use Standard Wire Gauge any more. We're metric.
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