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Conduction and Induction Heating

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Title: Conduction and Induction Heating
Author: E.J. Davies
ISBN: 0863411746 / 9780863411748
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 450
Publisher: IEE
Year: 1990
Availability: 15-30 days
     
 
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Direct resistance heating. Alternating current in conductors: the semi-infinite slab. Hollow conductors: tubes wire and strip heating. Induction heating. Induction heating of cylinders. Effects of changing permeability and resistivity. Heat transfer for electroheat. Radiation. Effect of current depth and radiation. Water cooling in conductors. Practical heating. Surface heating by induction. Direct resistance heating.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Symbols

Part 1 : Direct Resistance Heating
Chapter 1 : Fundamentals
Chapter 2 : Alternating Currents in Conductors : The Semi-Infinite Slab
Chapter 3 : Alternating Currents in Conductors : Wide Rectangular Slab
Chapter 4 : Alternating Currents in Conductors : Circular Cross-Section
Chapter 5 : Hollow Conductors : Tubes
Chapter 6 : Wire and Strip Heating

Part 2 : Induction Heating
Chapter 7 : Basic Induction Heating
Chapter 8 : Induction Heating of Thin Slabs
Chapter 9 : Induction Heating of Cylinders
Chapter 10 : Induction Heating of Tubes
Chapter 11 : Induction Heating of Hollow Cylinder from Inside
Chapter 12 : Effects of Changing Permeability and Resistivity
Chapter 13 : Non-Linear Theory
Chapter 14 : Proximity Heating

Part 3 : Heat Transfer for Electroheat
Chapter 15 : Basic Heat Transfer
Chapter 16 : Soaking Conditions
Chapter 17 : Radiation
Chapter 18 : Effect of Current Depth and Radiation
Chapter 19 : Heat Transfer During Surface Hardening
Chapter 20 : Water Cooling in Conductors
Chapter 21 : Billet with Initial Temperatures Distribution

Part 4 : Practical Heating
Chapter 22 : Through-Heating by Induction
Chapter 23 : Surface Heating by Induction
Chapter 24 : Other Application of Induction Heating
Chapter 25 : Induction Melting
Chapter 26 : Direct Resistance Heating

Appendix A.1 : Resistivity, Specific Heat and Thermal Conductivity as Functions of Temperature
Appendix A.2 : Relations for Tanh (1 } j) Į
Appendix A.3 : Bessel Functions and Values of M0, M1, N0 and N1 for xã2
Appendix A.4 : Calculations for Curves of ptube and qtube (Figs 10.4 and 10.5)
Appendix A.5 : Solution of ç W(mr)dr
References
Index

 
 
 
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