high-frequency furnace

high-frequency furnace

[′hī ¦frē·kwən·sē ′fər·nəs]
(engineering)
An induction furnace in which the heat is generated within the charge, within the walls of the containing crucible, or within both, by currents induced by high-frequency magnetic flux produced by a surrounding coil. Also known as coreless-type induction furnace; high-frequency heater.
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The sample is combusted in a high-frequency furnace in an oxygen stream.
Melting of titanium sponge was carried out in the induction high-frequency furnace in the rammed crucible from magnesium oxide that ensured high productivity of the process.

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