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The Distribution of the Magnetic Field in Complex Cylindrical Spare Parts at the Frequency of 1000 Hz

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Author(s): HOBLE Dorel Anton | STASAC Claudia Olimpia

Journal: Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
ISSN 1844-6035

Volume: 4;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 71;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: numerical modeling | induction | electromegnetic field | cleating | border conditions

ABSTRACT
The numeric model used in the present study is based on the finite element method (M.E.F/F.E.M) and is aimed at the study of inductive heating in volume of certain cylindrical structures that sufferphase transformations at the Curie point. The technology fitting with a ferrule of the two materials is based on the heating of the external structure up to the temperature of 8000C, after which the charging of the inductor is stopped. The inner cylindrical structure is introduced, the transfer of heat towards the interior of the assembly being achieved through the thermal conduction phenomenon.

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