Browsing by Subject "Induction heating"

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  • Pfeifer, Ronny; Müller, Christian W.; Hurschler, Christof; Kaierle, Stefan; Wesling, Volker; Haferkamp, Heinz (Amsterdam : Elsevier B.V., 2013)
    Apart from biological factors, the bone healing process strongly depends on the mechanical properties of the implant applied. The stiffness of the implant influences the micro-motion, one of the most important stimuli of ...
  • Schulze, M.; Nikanorov, A.; Nacke, B. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
    The transverse flux heating (TFH) concept offers very high electrical efficiency in combination with unique technological flexibility. Numerous advantages make this method beyond competition to be applied in e.g. continuous ...
  • Dietrich, André; Nacke, Bernard (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
    With the induction heating technology, it is possible to heat up blanks for the press hardening process in 20 s or less. Furthermore, the dimension of an induction system is small and easy to control in comparison to ...
  • Blinov, Kirill; Nikanorov, Alexander; Nacke, Bernard; Klöpzig, Markus (Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Ltd., 2011)
    Purpose - Because of their widespread use in industry, induction through-heaters of various metal products must be of high effectiveness not only in "quasi" steady-state operation but in different transient modes as well. ...
  • Hordych, Illia; Bild, Konrad; Boiarkin, Viacheslav; Rodman, Dmytro; Nürnberger, Florian (Amsterdam : Elsevier B.V., 2018)
    Products or semi-finished products featuring tailored properties are highly relevant for many industrial applications. Hence, new technologies that allow to locally adapt mechanical properties are of key interest. For ...
  • Nacke, B.; Dietrich, A. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
    Due to growing challenges regarding crash-performance, CO2 emission as well as increasing demand for lightweight construction, hot metal forming of car body parts has risen to one of the most important technologies for ...