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Induction cooking

by M.Kalai vanan
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M.Kalai vanan
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Jun19-14, 02:16 PM
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In induction cooking which effect is more dominant.EDDY CURRENT OR HYSTERESIS and at which range of frequencies?
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Jun19-14, 03:47 PM
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In induction cooking which effect is more dominant.EDDY CURRENT OR HYSTERESIS and at which range of frequencies?
What is the context of your question? Are you building an induction cooktop?
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Jun20-14, 03:32 AM
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A sort of and i want to know about which effect is dominant at frequencies in range of 30-50 KHz.

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Jun20-14, 04:25 AM
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Eddy currents. Hysteresis to a very little extent, if it really does. You would have got easily an answer if you had tried the wiki.
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A sort of and i want to know about which effect is dominant at frequencies in range of 30-50 KHz.
Is this for a schoolwork assignment?
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A search on 'induction heating" takes one directly to several tutorials..


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