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Thus the structure can be deformed into a secondary shape and then, when embedded in a clot and moved to the desired place, it can return to its original shape by induction heating of the magnetic particles.
of Nantes, France) examines how induction heating can be used for other purposes besides the surface treatment of metals, demonstrating how to simulate the process then apply it to real cases to be validated and modified.
com)-- GH Induction Atmospheres (GH IA), part of the worldwide GH Group, has built an innovative induction heating machine that hardens, tempers, and quenches automotive parts on a rotating turntable.
INTRODUCTION Design of induction heating processes is in most cases performed on the basis of long-time practical experience and trial/error approaches with the aim to attain the desired parameters of heating (temperature distribution, heating rate) and the subsequent micro-structural characteristics and material properties of the treated materials.
RocTool has an induction heating process in which an induction coil is wrapped around the mould, and the Indumold technology from the Kunststoff Institut Ludenscheid in Germany uses induction heating circuits integrated in the mould.
The patented induction heating technology from RHS has applications throughout the oil and gas industry, in power plants and in petrochemical and iron and steel facilities for heating requirements up to 815 deg C including PWHT pre-heat shrink fitting.
The nXheat induction heating system was developed by Xaloy Group, New Castle, Pa.
Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic Corporation designs and manufactures induction heating and melting equipment.