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dielectric heating

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

dielectric heating

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(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
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Kilmer explained that RF heating of the skin and mucosa provides immediate contraction of collagen, long-term stimulation of new collagen production, and increased blood flow and restoration of nerve signaling, which results in normal vaginal lubrication.
The properties of silicon nitride--electrical insulation, resistance to molten metals, low thermal conductivity, good thermal shock resistance--have led to its use in RF heating applications.
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In contrast to the conventional heating, the RF heating involves bulk heating, and as a big advantage, the insects could be heated as soon as the RF radiation starts.
Dielectric properties like dielectric constant and dielectric loss factor are critical parameters in designing the RF heating protocol.
This proximity measurement is important because it shows us the limitations of RF heating, at least for the frequencies investigated in this study," said project leader Diana Borca-Tasciuc.
A critical step in developing effective commercial RF treatment is to improve the heating uniformity by including different conditions, such as moving, adding hot air for surface heating, and thorough mixing in the middle of the RF heating time.
RF heating until the wood shell reached 50[degrees]C and maintaining the temperature for 45 minutes, 56[degrees]C for 30 minutes, and 60[degrees]C for 15 minutes successfully pasteurized hemlock.
Professor and Project Leader at the Institute fox Plasma research, Bhat, Gandhinagar, India, has been active in plasma physics research for over 25 years, in particular on RF heating and current drive in tokamaks.
For materials with minimal direct microwave and RF heating response, "susceptor" additives convert EMW energy to heat within the body of the material.