By Valery I Rudnev, Don Loveless, Raymond Cook, Micah Black
Providing ready-to-use tables, diagrams, graphs, and simplified formulation for at-a-glance assistance in induction heating method layout, this booklet comprises various images, magnetic box plots, temperature profiles, case reviews, hands-on directions, and functional thoughts to navigate via a number of method designs and keep away from surprises in deploy, operation, and upkeep. It covers easy ideas, smooth layout suggestions, and complicated ideas engineers use to version and evaluation the different sorts of producing strategies in response to heating by means of induction. The guide explains the electromagnetic and warmth move phenomena that occur in the course of induction heating.
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In this heating mode, a component moves back and forth (oscillates) during the process of heating inside a single-coil or multicoil induction heater with an oscillating stroke featuring a space-saving design approach. When modern induction mass heating systems are designed, temperature uniformity of the heated component is only one of the goals. Additional design criteria include maximum production rate, minimum metal losses, and the ability to provide flexible and compact systems that have high electrical efficiency.
3) leads to minimization of the overall required energy. In many cases, an essential part of the cost is material expenses. For hightemperature heating, the appreciable portion of material expenses represents a metal loss due to scale formation. 4) 0 where f(tsur(τ)) is the known nonlinear time-dependent function of surface temperature tsur(τ). An interesting and commonly encountered special case arises when it is necessary to take into account all the previously mentioned components (or more than one) of the cost.
For a particular technological complex, it is important to reveal, by means of valid decomposition, local cost functions for each stage of the technological process. Along with these criteria, it is possible to find proper optimal control inputs, to determine optimal parameters for considered technologies, and to set optimal initial data values for design solutions. Such an optimization approach offers some advantages in comparison with typical approaches that simply rely on independent control of the individual processes.