The Study of Induction Heating Apparatus with High Efficiency

Title & Authors
The Study of Induction Heating Apparatus with High Efficiency
Cho, Hyun-Seob;

Abstract
Energy-saving heat depending on the country`s rise in oil prices up to the product development is regarded as pending issues. Therefore, in recent years, been a continuing research studies developed for increasing the economic efficiency and reliability achieved in effectively using the side of the energy for heating using electrical to address these problems and, in particular made active the technology developed for high performance and renal material becoming. This paper is to study the development of highly efficient induction heating device according to the excellent heat transfer characteristics for energy transfer. Induction heating is used as the phenomenon of electromagnetic induction, such as heat transfer conduction or convection of the existing methods are no different. Medium heat without beating is absorbed directly into the water column switched rapidly, have features that heats evenly. In addition, high-frequency induction heating in a variety of frame designs. Heating element heats only when utilized properly, it is possible to heat the focus.
Keywords
High Efficiency;Induction Heating;Infrared;Energy-saving;Waves;Electromagnetic induction;
Language
Korean
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