Advances in Microwave and Radio Frequency Processing: Report by H. C. Reader (auth.), Professor Dr. Monika Willert-Porada

By H. C. Reader (auth.), Professor Dr. Monika Willert-Porada (eds.)

Advances in Microwave and Radio Frequency Processing offers leading edge stories in addition to technical papers in accordance with contributions awarded on the eighth foreign convention on Microwave and excessive Frequency Heating, September 3-7, 2001 on the college of Bayreuth, Germany.

Recent functions of microwave and high-frequency radiation within the box of fabrics processing, chemical synthesis, nutrients processing and within the biomedical zone are offered. The ebook additionally covers basics of topic radiation interplay, modeling of approaches, improvement, dimension ideas in addition to present rules for business functions of microwave and radio frequency heating. it's a priceless instrument not just for experts during this sector but additionally for researchers from universities and industries, who're drawn to coming into this interdisciplinary box of analysis and improvement.

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2. Electric field strength inside a non-standard 86 mm wide, 10 mm high waveguide with a cylindrical sample of high loss material in the middle of the waveguide. The waveguide is fed from the left side with a TE10 mode. 77 V/m Fig. 3. Electric field strength (V/m) inside a non-standard 86 mm wide, 10 mm high waveguide with a cylindrical sample of high loss material in the middle of the waveguide. The waveguide is fed from both the left and right sides with a TE10 mode. 77 V/m. The detailed picture of the sample reveals a standing wave inside the sample, produced by the field interactions.

60 V/m Fig. 4. Electric field strength inside the cross applicator with 0º phase shift between the two arms. 60 V/m. Without additional means this applicator concept is of only limited practical value. , by the use of more incident fields and by combining them to obtain the desired field uniformity. As an additional optimisation parameter, a phase shift between the incident fields is introduced, as shown in Figures 4-8. The basic geometry consideration of this approach is to combine two sections of a waveguide with an 86 mm x 10 mm cross-section to form a cross, as shown in Figure 4.

In this case, a coarse matching process starts, consisting on an initial calculations of the starting depths. 5 -j2 -j1 Fig. 6. Matched zone with three posts Fig. 7. Matched zone with four posts After this coarse algorithm, a fine algorithm is used. The coarse algorithm drives our load to a very good matched point in the Smith Chart. The fine one consists of moving the first two posts in a dynamic way, up and down, in order to get the better reflection coefficient. This fine algorithm is able to match the network even when the load changes, so we can readapt the system in an adaptative way.

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