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IITRI radio frequency heating technology

IITRI radio frequency heating technology

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development in Cincinnati, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio frequency discharges -- United States,
  • Soil remediation -- United States,
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSITE technology capsule
    ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development, Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination9 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14980392M

    Although wireless communication is often associated with the GHz frequency range, many devices and technologies use radio frequencies below 1 GHz ( MHz). The MHz band, or centimeter band, is a well-known ISM (industrial, scientific and medical) frequency range used for cordless phones, walkie-talkies, amateur radio and even. 6/11/ 3 Is RFH the hottest new thing? It certainly is hot (Temps up to oC) “Innovative” or “new” as a remedial technology Is a well established technology: The use of high-frequency electric fields for heating dielectric materials had been proposed in the example, US patent 2,, (application by Bell Telephone Laboratories, dated )File Size: 2MB.

    Radio frequency heating synonyms, Radio frequency heating pronunciation, Radio frequency heating translation, English dictionary definition of Radio frequency heating. Radio Frequency Information Technology; Radio Frequency Infrared Device; Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit; Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit;. L. Hou, J.A. Johnson, S. WangaRadio frequency heating for postharvest control of pests in agricultural products: A review Postharvest Biology and Technology, Cited by: 4.

    Successful DNAPL Remediation Using Radio Frequency Heating and Return to Thermal Equilibrium Author: Alicia Kabir, P.E. Subject: Successful DNAPL Remediation Using Radio Frequency Heating and Return to Thermal Equilibrium Keywords. RADIO FREQUENCY HEATING Principles of radio frequency heating Radio frequency (RF) refers to electromagnetic (EM) waves ranging from kHz to MHz. The principle of EM heating, in the RF field as well as in the microwave range, involves the conversion of EM energy into thermal energy through the interaction between the electromagnetic Cited by: 5.


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[United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development. Technical Report: Site technology capsule: IITRI radio frequency heating technology. Dielectric heating, also known as electronic heating, radio frequency heating, and high-frequency heating, is the process in which a radio frequency (RF) alternating electric field, or radio wave or microwave electromagnetic radiation heats a dielectric material.

At higher frequencies, this heating is caused by molecular dipole rotation within the dielectric. Get this from a library. IITRI radio frequency heating technology: innovative technology evaluation report.

[National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.);]. Probably well over a million Industrial Radio Frequency heating installations for various applications have been sold worldwide in the last seventy years.

Radio Frequency Dielectric Heating was originally introduced into the Food Industry in the UK around the beginning of the 's. Radio Frequency Heating and Solvent Injection Technology.

L3Harris is implementing a unique thermal-enhanced oil recovery technology to improve the economics of heavy oil production while reducing environmental impact. This technology combines radio frequency (RF) heating with solvent injection, allowing for cleaner and more economical oil.

Radio-Frequency Heating for Low-Moisture Foods. By Soon Kiat Lau and Jeyamkondan Subbiah, Ph.D., P.E. Take a slow, relaxing stroll through the aisles of your favorite grocery store and admire the wide spread of fresh produce available for your picking.

We often don’t realize it, but the modern shopper is blessed with myriad fresh food options. Radio Frequency Principles and Applications is an invaluable reference tool for engineers working in the diverse fields of radio frequency technology such as electromagnetic noise and interference, wave propagation, electromagnetic compatibility, antennas, microwaves, and radio by: The IITRI RF Process for tar sands consists of two steps: first, the deposit is volumetrically heated with radio fre­ quency energy to lower the viscosity of the bitumen; and the second, the bitumen is produced by one of several petroleum recovery methods.

The RF (radio frequency) heating step is File Size: KB. RF Operation and Technology Radio Frequency coverage from any base station is determined by three factors; 1. The height of the antenna 2. The type of antenna used 3.

The Radio Frequency Power Level emitted. This is true no matter where the antenna is placedFile Size: KB. The five technologies analyzed in this report are Low Frequency Heating (LF or Ohmic, both 3 and 6 phase AC), Dynamic Underground Stripping (DUS), Radio Frequency Heating (RF), Radio Frequency Heating using Dipole Antennae (RFD), and Thermally Enhanced Vapor Extraction System (TEVES).

Radio frequency (RF) heating is a promising technology for food applications because of the associated rapid and uniform heat distribution, large penetration depth and lower energy consumption. Radio frequency (RF) heating is a promising technology for food applications because of the associated rapid and uniform heat distribution, large penetration depth and lower energy consumption.

Radio frequency heating has been successfully applied for drying, baking and thawing of frozen meat and in meat by: Radio frequency processing, also called high-frequency heating, is well-established thermal processing technology, which has found applications in many areas including food industry (Rowley et al Author: Mahendran Radhakrishnan.

Kovaleva et al. investigated the effects of radio frequency electromagnetic (RF-EM) fields and electrical heating on the mass- and heat-transfer processes in a multicomponent hydrocarbon system flowing in porous media [4, 6]. Three different types of experiments were carried out: solvent (kerosene) flooding under the RF-EM field, solvent Cited by: microwaves.

Radio frequency heating may be particularly useful when applied to institutional-sized packaged food products such as the 6-pound-army ration (contained in × × cm trays)because of its deep penetration. Cathcart and Park () first studied the use of RF heating to thaw frozen eggs, fruits, vegetables, and fish.

Radio Frequency drying can offer benefits over conventional drying, including faster line speeds, consistent moisture levels, lower drying temperatures, smaller equipment.

PSC Radio Frequency dryers can result in drying times reduced from 24 hours to 90 minutes and. Find out information about radio-frequency preheating.

Preheating of plastics-molding materials by radio frequencies of megahertz per second to facilitate the molding operation or to reduce the.Radio-frequency heating, process of heating materials through the application of radio waves of high frequency—i.e., ab hertz (cycles per second).Two methods of radio-frequency heating have been developed.

One of these, induction heating, has proved highly effective for heating metals and other materials that are relatively good electric conductors.Cool book. It provides a very basic understanding of how induction heating is done.

heated zone heating and quenching heating coil heating cycle heating operations high-frequency current high-frequency heating high-frequency induction heating high-speed steel hole illustrated in Fig induction brazing induction coil induction hardening 4/5(1).