Cooking Appliances Using High-Frequency Heating

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木村, 秀行 ; Hideyuki, KIMURA ; (株)日立製作所機械研究所 (2007)
  • Journal: 日本AEM学会誌 = Journal of the Japan Society of Applied Electromagnetics, volume 15, issue 3, pages 318-324 (issn: 0919-4452)
  • Subject: cooking appliance | microwave oven | induction heating | high-frequency | IH cooking heater
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | technology, industry, and agriculture
    acm: ComputerApplications_COMPUTERSINOTHERSYSTEMS

We have produced a guide suitable for people with no technical knowledge of cooking appliances that use high-frequency heating. In general, cooking appliances that use an electric heat source are popular since, they are simple to use because the offer easy heat control, are safe because they do not have naked flames, and do not make kitchens dirty because there is no exhaust. In recent years, high-efficiency cooking appliances using high-frequency heating technology have surged in popularity. Typical of cooking appliances that use high-frequency heating are microwave ovens and induction heating cookers (IH cooking heater). This paper contained simple, straightforward explanations of heating principles and the latest designs of appliances. After reading this guide, you will probably have a reasonable understanding of the principles behind high-frequency heating and the designs of some appliances, and hopefully all the family will be able to have fun cooking.
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