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

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

Advances in Microwave and Radio Frequency Processing provides cutting edge studies in addition to technical papers in accordance with contributions offered on the eighth overseas convention on Microwave and excessive Frequency Heating, September 3-7, 2001 on the college of Bayreuth, Germany.

Recent functions of microwave and high-frequency radiation within the box of fabrics processing, chemical synthesis, nutrients processing and within the biomedical region are awarded. The booklet additionally covers basics of topic radiation interplay, modeling of procedures, improvement, dimension concepts in addition to present rules for business functions of microwave and radio frequency heating. it's a precious software not just for experts during this region but additionally for researchers from universities and industries, who're attracted to getting into this interdisciplinary box of study and improvement.

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These design parameters were then introduced in the electromagnetic simulator and the full-wave attenuation response is displayed in Figure 8 for the first three propagation modes, compared to the monomode approximation. As shown in the 46 Catalá-Civera figure, there is a very good agreement between them, which validates the designing procedure followed to obtaining the parameters of the filter. 8 3 Frequency (GHz) Fig. 8. Attenuation level of the filter simulated with the full-wave method and the monomode approach.

Mag. 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.

The superposition of the electromagnetic fields of these modes results in rather high uniformity of the microwave energy distribution in the whole volume of applicator. The uniform distribution of microwave energy opens the way for the volumetric heating of large-size specimens and for reproducible heating of many specimens in one batch in such processes as ceramics sintering. An effect of temperature runaway inherent in heating of materials with sharp temperature dependence of microwave absorption becomes less of a problem in the mm-wave range [1].

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