Surface-Charge Mobility Theory: An Explanation for Certain “Microwave Effects”




1st Paragraph: Microwave heating mechanisms are generally well defined and understood. It is widely known that many materials heat efficiently in microwave fields. For many materials, microwaves penetrate to a significant depth for rapid volumetric heating of the material. However, the heating mechanisms for heating metallic and other electrically conductive materials is less widely understood.

Author: Ed Ripley

Keywords: Surface-charge, microwave effects, microwave field, localized heating, sintering

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