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Old 14th February 2020, 08:02 PM   #11
FriedMule is offline FriedMule  Denmark
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I maybe had the answer, but not the additional knowledge you have given me, it has confirmed and expanded my knowledge of the problem, so it did help a lot!!
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Old 14th February 2020, 11:26 PM   #12
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I'm kind of surprised that no one produced the 'simple answer'.

AWG gauge is a tenth-power-of-ten sequential numbering system. Whatever its hard numbers are, the 10N/10 scaling means that it is really easy to know how much larger, or smaller wires are of different AWG specificaitons, and vice versa.

20 cables, each of 22 GA, is '20 ◊'. Figuring:
ΔAWG = –10 ◊ log10( 20 )
ΔAWG = –13.01 .. → –13
So, therefore, the 'net AWG' is just 22 - 13 = 9 gauge.

At least this formula works for any assortment of similar sized wires, as a bundle.

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PS… I meant to include some other examples.
ΔAWG = 1 … 10(N = 1)/10 = 1.259 times the area.
ΔAWG = 3 … 10(N = 3)/10 = 1.999 → 2◊ the area. How convenient!
ΔAWG = 5 … 10(N = 5)/10 = 3.16 which also is √(10) = 3.16
ΔAWG = 10 … 10(N = 10)/10 = 10, which by now should be obvious.
And of course, it works in reverse exactly the same way.
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