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Iron powder is heated well up to about 700oC. This makes it possible to heat the S-L glass beads in the neighbors of metal powder, and increased the loss factor of the glass, leading to the further heating of the glass beads by themselves (glass + 10vol%Fe in Fig. 10). ). Occurrence of thermal runaway (TRW) was dependent on the volume fraction of iron powder. It is of interest how the volume fraction of Fe powder determines the onset of sudden temperature rise. Although MW penetration depth into metal is of an order of microns or less, so the heat is generated only in this surface skin layer.

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