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Electrothermal Technology

Simultaneous multi-frequency hardening process in action

Whether hardening, annealing, heating, temperature-maintenance, forging or melting - here we have compiled contents on electrothermal processes for hardening firms, foundries and heat-treatment companies, and also on special applications.

Reports

Electromagnetic-thermal coupled simulation of induction hardening for excavator chains Cover

Electromagnetic-thermal coupled simulation of induction hardening for excavator chains


Stefan Dappen / Michael Dawidowicz / Gerhard Reese

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Use of thermochemical data in inductive melting Cover

Use of thermochemical data in inductive melting


Erwin Dötsch

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Inductors and coils new production solutions using additive manufacturing Cover

Inductors and coils new production solutions using additive manufacturing


Pedro Moratalla / Fabien Marquis

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Books

Inductive Melting and Holding Cover

Inductive Melting and Holding

Fundamentals - Plants and Furnaces - Process Engineering
Erwin Dötsch

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Induction Heating Cover

Induction Heating

Heating | Hardening | Annealing | Brazing | Welding

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History of Induction Heating and Melting Cover

History of Induction Heating and Melting

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Alfred Mühlbauer

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News

Edition 14: Metal Processing Institute (MPI)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Metal Processing Institute (MPI) is the largest industry-university alliance in North America. MPI conducts research in four research centers in the areas of... more


7th edition of Thermotec to be held next month

Thermotec 2017, the 7th international exhibition on industrial furnace, thermal technology, equipment and material is going to be held from 19–21 July 2017 at the Tokyo Big Sight East hall 4.... more


Hardness tester for harsh production environments

The new Emco-Test DuraVision G5 hardness tester combines a standard load range with a large selection of test methods for the widest variety of applications. Thanks to its sturdy... more


Report: Heat treatment plants for structural components in the automotive industry

Due to the increasing complexity and daily-extended range of structural components for the automotive industry, their heat treatment is subject to continuous change. The application of new... more


Technology in Practice: Reduction in workpiece distortion in the inductive heat treatment of camshafts

Crankshafts in internal combustion engines control the sequencing of movements of the inlet and outlet valves. They are composed of an extremely varied arrangement of cams and bearing... more


Report: Use of thermochemical data in inductive melting

Minimizing the energy consumed during inductive melting of metal alloys is an ongoing concern for plant constructors and operators. Surprisingly enough, little thought is given to the... more

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