microwave heating


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microwave heating

[′mī·krə‚wāv ′hēd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Heating of food by means of electromagnetic energy in or just below the microwave spectrum for cooking, dehydration, sterilization, thawing, and other purposes.
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This step ensures uniform curing of the ink under microwave heating, preventing a non-uniform distribution of conductivity.
28] showed that there isn't a significant difference between microwave heating and regular heating [7,16,6,28].
Four Cardiff students involved in the microwave heating project have recently been awarded second place in the NXP Design Challenge, a worldwide competition that involved students from around the globe.
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Microwave heating is a heating method differing from conventional heating.
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Birgitta Wappling-Raaholt from the Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology said the software helped "predict microwave heating uniformity", making it "possible to design the make-up of the food product--geometry, placement of different food components, packaging parameters and so on--much faster".
In some plastics microwave heating will be applicable to replace plasticating screws.
Microwave heating of rubber products is said to be an ideal heating method for rubber because they heat quickly and cleanly, and the power/temperature can be controlled well, according to the company.
Not surprisingly, kernels that retained the most moisture during microwave heating produced the fewest unpopped kernels.
Methods that have been used for preparing nano HA include chemical precipitation [4,5,6,7], in some cases followed by spray drying [8,9,10] or hydrothermal treatment [5,11], sol-gel approach [12,13,14], microemulsion techniques [15,16,17,18], precipitation from complex solutions followed by microwave heating [19,20], wet chemical methods incorporating a freeze drying step [21], mechanochemical synthesis [22,23], and electrodeposition [24].

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