INDUCTION HEATING.pptx - SWAMI PARMANAND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Submitted To:Er Kapil Sethi H.O.D of E.E.E Deptt SEMINAR ON INDUCTION HEATING

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SEMINAR ON INDUCTION HEATING SWAMI PARMANAND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Submitted To:- Submitted By:- Er. Kapil Sethi Lenvatsu Yimchunger H.O.D of E.E.E Deptt. Roll No:-1710906 Sem. EEE Branch/ 7 th
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Introduction W h a t is Induction Heating?
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WHAT IS INDUCTION HEATING? Induction Heating is a Contactless Heating Method of bodies, which absorb energy from an Alternating Magnetic Field, generated by Induction Coil (Inductor). OR Heating of material by means of an electric current that is caused to flow through the material or its container by electromagnetic induction.
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Introduction W h y the Induction Heating? Energy conservation Controlled features Non-contact heating Environmentally friendly Clean heating Increase production line speeds
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Principles of Induction Heating :- Chain of phenomena:- 1. Power supply delivers current (I1) to induction coil. 2. Coil currents (ampere-turns) generate magnetic field. Lines of field are always closed and each line goes around the current source – coil turns and work piece. 3. Alternating magnetic field flowing through the part cross-section (coupled to the part) induces voltage in the part. 4. Induced voltage creates eddy currents (I2) in the part flowing in direction opposite to the coil current where possible. 5. Eddy currents generate heat in the part.
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