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Accurate Analysis of Effective Parameters on Design of Furnace Using Voltage Source Inverter

H. Atighechi(1*), R. Ghandehari(2), A. Shoulaie(3)

(1) Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran, Islamic Republic of
(2) Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran, Islamic Republic of
(3) Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), Iran, Islamic Republic of
(*) Corresponding author


DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/irecon.v5i5.14524

Abstract


In this paper, model of induction heater coil is presented and it is shown how to design a proper coil for induction melting. Also, effective parameters on coil design are indicated and it is shown how to consider them to improve coil design. Moreover, effects of these parameters are compared with each other. In the final section model of induction heater with voltage source inverter is presented and effective parameters on total efficiency of transmitting power to the load are investigated and experimental and theoretical results are compared in order to verify theory and equations indicated in the paper.
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Keywords


Induction Heater; Coil Design; Melting Rate; Melting Time; Efficiency; Voltage Source Inverter; Pulse Frequency Modulation

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