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This article describes how the different modules of CST STUDIO SUITE (R) can be used to aid the complete path of a magnetron and microwave oven design....

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This paper presents. a multiphysics simulation of a magnetron using CST STUDIO SUITE (R), with the aim of testing the. electrical, magnetic, thermal and mechanical characteristics of a low-interference magnetron design....

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Microwave ovens, a part of our everyday lives, are based on various aspects of physics. The most common household use is the heating of food of course, but industrial microwave ovens are also used to dry a variety of goods. One common problem of microwave ovens is non-uniform heat treatment due...

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...personal computer, cell phone, and microwave oven. Were he alive today, the Chinese emperor who is said to have invented the...

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Voltoid (R) D-100 FR is a flame-resistant electrical and mechanical barrier material. It has good physical strength and electrical insulating characteristics and is intended for formed or flat parts that require resistance to flame, such as smoke detector insulation, microwave oven air duct...

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From smoke detectors to automobiles,. audible alarms (also known to be called. buzzers) have become a part of our. everyday life. Some of the uses of these. alarms are innocuous such as in a. microwave oven. However, in some. applications such as in a smoke detector. or medical equipment...

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...at hand. Researchers at Cornell University's Computational Synthesis Lab in Ithaca, N.Y., have come up with a "personal fabrication device " -- about as big as a microwave oven -- anyone can purchase for a few thousand dollars. Better yet, the device's open-source firmware, application source code...

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...an optical imaging technology that enables a wide range of ultra-compact personal displays for mobile applications. PCB manufacturer Circatex up for auction The entire contents of the 250,000 square foot manufacturing site of a bankrupt printed circuit board manufacturer down to the Sharp microwave...

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