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Microwaves and metals

M. Gupta

Microwaves and metals

by M. Gupta

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Published by John Wiley & Sons in Singapore, Hoboken, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microwave devices -- Industrial applications,
  • Metals -- Effect of radiation on

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementManoj Gupta and Wong Wai Leong, Eugene
    ContributionsWong, Wai Leong
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7876 .G795 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 228 p. :
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17247909M
    ISBN 100470822724
    ISBN 109780470822722
    LC Control Number2007018914

    Salted peanuts in a sugary, crunch candy. All the cooking is done in the microwave, then just pour Grilled Asian Chicken. A sweet soy-ginger marinade quickly transforms chicken into a savory delight. Microwave Corn on the Cob. This is a no-nonsense recipe for corn on the cob. Perfect for when you run out of stove or grill By Cheri Weiner. Although keeping metal out of the microwave is a key part of cooking safety, some models now sport a gleaming center metal rack. These are actually safe because the metal used is tuned to the metal in the cavity of the oven. The racks attach .

    The microwaves get absorbed by certain molecules within food. For example, water molecules within food primarily absorb microwaves and begin to move back and forth, generating heat that cooks the food. Metals, such as forks, knives, and spoons, are great conductors of electricity, because they contain lots of electrons that move about freely. With microwave techniques poised for widespread adoption, Microwaves and Metals is an essential text for all metallurgists and materials es a thorough grounding in microwave fundamentals and their application to metals processingInforms readers of the latest developments in the fieldPresents a convenient single source for all.

    Microwaves pass through plastic, glass and ceramic but not metals, which is why it is not recommended to use metal containers or utensils in a microwave oven, . Microwaves are reflected by metal, which can cause dangerous arcing and damage the oven. Never use metals in microwave ovens unless the manufacturer’s instructions specify that it is safe to do so. Do not microwave using brown paper bags, as they can contain tiny amounts of metal.


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Materials and metallurgical engineers in industry, who are keen on cheaper, faster techniques, will also benefit from this book. This book explains the arching of metal in great detail and how different metals react to microwaves. The most interesting part of the book is reviewing the list of items that have been tested against for microwave penetration and understanding how deep microwaves can travel/5.

Using microwaves to treat metal-based materials is rapidly emerging as an energy-efficient tool to interact with metals for a number of processes such as sintering, melting, brazing, carburizing and annealing.

Microwaves can sinter a wide variety of metal compacts with comparable or enhanced end properties, while at the same time delivering tremendous Microwaves and metals book savings over. Using microwaves to treat metal-based materials is rapidly emerging as an energy-efficient tool to interact with metals for a number of processes such as sintering, melting, brazing, carburizing.

Microwaves and Metals introduces readers to the world of microwaves, placing special Microwaves and metals book on addressing fundamentals of its interactions with metals and metals-based formulations. The book includes overviews of microwave heating of other non-metal materials and the equipment used for microwave-assisted metallurgy.

Microwaves and Metals Manoj Gupta, Eugene Wong Wai Leong Using microwaves to treat metal-based materials is rapidly emerging as an energy-efficient tool to interact with metals for a number of processes such as sintering, melting, brazing, carburizing and annealing.

Buy Microwaves and Metals by Manoj Gupta, Eugene Wong Wai Leong (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. This is the first book to bring together the fundamentals of microwaves, microwave heating, interaction of microwaves with metals, and its application to other materials.

The authors have combined numerous research results from a wide range of sources alongside their own work in the field. Also included are overviews of microwave heating of other non-metal materials and.

Microwaves and Metals This is the first book to bring together the fundamentals of microwaves, microwave heating, interaction of microwaves with metals, and its application to other materials. The authors have combined numerous research results from a wide range of sources alongside their own work in the field.

Get this from a library. Microwaves and Metals. [M Gupta; Eugene Wong Wai Leong] -- Using microwaves to treat metal-based materials is rapidly emerging as an energy-efficient tool to interact with metals for a number of processes such as sintering, melting, brazing, carburizing and.

Microwaves and Metals is ideal for a post-graduate or advanced undergraduate course in materials science or metallurgy. Materials and metallurgical engineers in industry, who are keen on cheaper, faster techniques, will also benefit from this book.

"Microwaves and Metals" is ideal for a post-graduate or advanced undergraduate course in materials science or metallurgy. Materials and metallurgical engineers in industry, who are keen on cheaper, faster techniques, will also benefit from this book.

(source: Nielsen Book Data). Microwave heating is a process whereby microwaves produced by magnetrons are directed toward reactants or heating medium, which absorb the electromagnetic energy volumetrically to achieve self-heating uniformly and rapidly.

thus laying a foundation for discussions in other chapters of the book. glasses reinforced with metals, glasses. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Fundamentals Microwave–Material Interactions Summary References. Microwaves and Metals: : Gupta, Manoj, Leong, Eugene Wong Wai: Libri in altre lingue.

Passa al contenuto principale. Iscriviti a Prime Ciao, Accedi Account e liste Accedi Account e liste Resi e ordini Iscriviti a Prime Carrello. Tutte le categorie 5/5(1). [] Includes bibliographical references and index.

Microwaves and metals by M. Gupta ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, ; ISBN Electromagnetic radiation, such as microwaves, are all the time reflected, transmitted, and/or absorbed by any kind of matter, glasses, conductors, water, ferrites, and so forth.

Magnetic materials absorb greatly microwaves. The more magnetic, the more microwaves are absorbed. The aim of this chapter is to present the fundamental physics of the absorption of microwave Cited by: 1. Additionally, the majority of metals do not have any electronic transitions below this frequency that can cause absorption (except for colored metals like gold and copper, which can absorb certain colors of visible light).

Since the plasma frequency of most metals is in the ultraviolet, nearly all microwave radiation would be reflected. The Handbook of Microwave Technology provides a reference resource for professionals in business and industry as well as science and engineering students.

A compact, concise reference, the Volumes contain focused chapters complete with useful formulas, charts, graphs, tables, examples, and diagrams that are clearly explained and easily.

Microwaves that penetrate haze, light rain and snow, clouds, and smoke are beneficial for satellite communication and studying the Earth from space. The SeaWinds instrument onboard the Quick Scatterometer (QuikSCAT) satellite uses radar pulses in the Ku-band of the microwave spectrum.

This scatterometer measures changes in the energy of the.EMF Protection using Stones and Minerals. It seems with every passing decade our lifestyles become more inundated by technology, and we are being constantly bombarded by electro-magnetic radiation everywhere we turn.

There are two different kinds of electromagnetic radiation in our environment, harmful ionized radiation and the less-harmful non-ionized radiation.These metals make us more conductive to the frequencies and radiation hence, more susceptible not only to illness but also mind control.

Below is an excerpt from my book about how microwaves cook. Everyone needs to understand that what is happening to the food molecules is happening inside of our bodies as well.