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Imagine the tiny electrons driving in their electron cars, metaphorically speaking, along the straight runs, then they hit a turn. Not one of those spiraling turn you see on the freeway, but like those indy car race track 90° turns. Well since electrons don't really slow down for turns, the 90° turn takes a beating. DC is more harsh than AC or PWM, because the tiny electrons are going balls to the walls all the time, unlike AC or PWM which crosses the X-axis giving the copper time to rest every cycle time.
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