While changing the input parameters i realized Temperature Rise °C is affecting the current draw.(you might say OF COURSE!)
At Ambient Temperature = 25°C
Temperature Rise = 10°C : 50A current at 2oz copper at outer layer the required trace width is 33mm
Temperature Rise = 30°C : 80A current at 2oz copper at outer layer the required trace width is 33mm
Does this mean that the same amount of cooper in pcb (same trace width) actually can handle and conduct higher 80A current but the pcb temperature will increase 30°C more as a cost. Is this correct.
If so do we need continuous amount of current draw to reach that temp rise. (If we draw 80A for short period of time like a peak does it still increase 30°C)