radio-frequency heating


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radio-frequency heating

[′rād·ē·ō ¦frē·kwən·sē ′hēd·iŋ]
(engineering)
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Radio-Frequency Heating in Food Processing: Principles and Applications
This leaves the public to sort through a myriad of elective products and procedures that sound remarkably similar--everything from chemical injectibles, lasers, and radio-frequency heating to rubber suits and pills.
In the realm of thermal techniques, contribution discuss thermal processing of liquid foods with or without particulates, aseptic processing, microwave and radio-frequency heating, novel thermal processing technologies, and sous-vide ("under vacuum") and cook- chill processing of foods.
Brown, Theory and Application of Radio-Frequency Heating, D.
Recent variations on this approach involve radio-frequency heating, pasteurization of in-shell eggs, and post-packaging pasteurization.
over a 0 [degrees] C to 150 [degrees] C range and obtain real-time measurements - without being affected by the radio-frequency heating field.
Radio-frequency heating offers a way around that dilemma.
At IIT Research Institute in Chicago, scientists are attempting to marry KPEG and radio-frequency heating for the treatment of PCB-contaminated soils.
Electromagnetic radiation, such as radio-frequency heating has been shown to rapidly heat wood.
His process employs radio-frequency heating to ionize juice samples.
The other pre-treatments used radio-frequency heating by which the lumber was heated in a radio-frequency reactor for 10 and 40 minutes, respectively.

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