Handbook of Induction Heating
CRC Press, Dec 17, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 796 pages
Offering ready-to-use tables, diagrams, graphs, and simplified formulas for at-a-glance guidance in induction heating system design, this book contains numerous photographs, magnetic field plots, temperature profiles, case studies, hands-on guidelines, and practical recommendations to navigate through various system designs and avoid surprises in installation, operation, and maintenance. It covers basic principles, modern design concepts, and advanced techniques engineers use to model and evaluate the different types of manufacturing processes based on heating by induction. The handbook explains the electromagnetic and heat transfer phenomena that take place during induction heating.
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Excellent and most comprehensice reference for the Induction heating industry. Wery well written with extensive use of graphs, diagrams and photos where needed.
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