dielectric heating


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dielectric heating

n.
The heating of electrically nonconducting materials by a rapidly varying electromagnetic field.

dielectric heating

n
(General Physics) a technique in which an insulator is heated by the application of a high-frequency electric field
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Noun1.dielectric heating - heating of an insulator by a high-frequency electric field
electrical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon involving electricity
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13 furnaces and ovens, industrial or laboratory electric; induction or dielectric heating equipment
Dielectric property is defined as the behavior of materials when subjected to a MW electromagnetic field in dielectric heating applications [37].
If the attenuation of electromagnetic wave in the material is high, the dielectric heating will taper off quickly as the wave penetrates the material [12].
The dielectric heating used in the wood industry has a 60-year history.
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Two significant mechanisms are dependable for dielectric heating in foodstuff, dipole-dipole interactions and ionic interactions [5].
On evaluating the alternative techniques of heating for the pasteurization of eggs, the principle of dielectric heating serves as a better candidate as it employs volumetric heating principle, i.
When studying dielectric heating we need to also model the heat transport during the heating process.
Radio frequency (RF)-based cooking involves dielectric heating in which products are heated by subjecting them to an alternating electromagnetic field between two parallel electrodes.
Nelson pioneered the measurement of dielectric properties of grain and other agricultural materials and investigated radio-frequency and microwave power applications including stored-grain insect control, seed treatment to improve germination, dielectric heating for conditioning of agricultural products, and the use of dielectric properties for sensing grain and seed moisture content.
In this collection of nine papers, contributors describe their work in microwave dielectric heating and a range of organic reaction types.