Advances in Microwave and Radio Frequency Processing: Report by H. C. Reader (auth.), Professor Dr. Monika Willert-Porada

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By H. C. Reader (auth.), Professor Dr. Monika Willert-Porada (eds.)

Advances in Microwave and Radio Frequency Processing provides leading edge studies in addition to technical papers in response to contributions provided on the eighth overseas convention on Microwave and excessive Frequency Heating, September 3-7, 2001 on the collage of Bayreuth, Germany.

Recent functions of microwave and high-frequency radiation within the box of fabrics processing, chemical synthesis, foodstuff processing and within the biomedical zone are provided. The publication additionally covers basics of subject radiation interplay, modeling of approaches, improvement, dimension ideas in addition to present laws for commercial functions of microwave and radio frequency heating. it's a worthwhile instrument not just for experts during this zone but additionally for researchers from universities and industries, who're attracted to getting into this interdisciplinary box of analysis and improvement.

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A control system screen display at the end of high pure alumina disk sintering. References [1] Bykov Yu, Rybakov K, Semenov V (2001) High-temperature microwave processing of materials. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 34 : R55-R75 [2] Bykov YuV, Gol'denberg AL, Flyagin VA (1990) The possibilities of material processing by intense millimeter-wave radiation. In : Snyder WB, Sutton WH, Iskander MF, Johnson DL (eds) Microwave processing of materials II, Material Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA, pp 41-42 [3] Bykov Yu, Eremeev A, Flyagin V, Kaurov V, Kuftin A, Luchinin A, Malygin O, Plotnikov I, Zapevalov V (1995) The gyrotron system for ceramics sintering.

Electric field strength (V/m) inside a non-standard 86 mm wide, 10 mm high waveguide with a cylindrical sample of high loss material in the middle of the waveguide. The waveguide is fed from both the left and right sides with a TE10 mode. 77 V/m. The detailed picture of the sample reveals a standing wave inside the sample, produced by the field interactions. This is due to the fact, that the sample radius is Design Guideliness for Applicators Used in The Microwave Heating 35 slightly bigger than one wavelength inside the material at the operating frequency.

5 36 13 28 12 10 30 10-40 20 10-40 25 50 50 32 24 42 35 30-40 35 30-40 12 33 25 25 25 26 26 25-30 30 25-30 roomtemp. roomtemp. roomtemp. roomtemp. PM, 68 kg roomtemp. roomtemp. mag. mag. mag. 7 40 PM, 600 kg tapered B Comparison of Different Millimeter-Wave Sources Fig. 15 GHz, CW sources for technological applications and the Figs. 4 and 5 demonstrate an elementary comparison of these vacuum electron tubes (single component) with typical power levels < 10 kW in terms of tube's size, weight, efficiency and accelerating voltage requirement.

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