Definition of Kelvin's law
: a statement in electrical economics: the most economical cross-section area for an electric conductor is that for which the cost of energy lost in a given period equals the interest for the same period of the capital involved
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Origin and Etymology of kelvin's law
after Lord Kelvin
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