In this introductory webinar, attendees will learn about the fundamentals of induction heating. Dr. Girish Dahake will review sources of heat, induction theory, coupling of the work-piece, frequency of operation, power calculations and simulation problems. Practical examples will be provided throughout the course.
Attendees will discover the benefits of induction heating when compared to heating methods such as an oven and torch heating. The presentation will cover how induction is used for a wide array of applications such as annealing, brazing, soldering, shrink fitting, carbide heating, heat staking, forging, material testing and much more in a number of industries including automotive, aerospace, medical and semiconductor.
Join this webinar to learn how induction can deliver fast, repeatable, precise and safe heating that could enhance your manufacturing process. Whether you are just learning about induction heating, or you have been using induction but would like to learn more induction theory, this webinar is for you.
- Learn the fundamentals of induction heating and the theory behind it
- Discover applications where induction heating is commonly used, including brazing, soldering, annealing, heat staking, heat treating, forging, curing, melting and much more
- Learn the benefits of induction heating when compared to other traditional heating methods
- See an overview of coil designs and how they are used in induction heating applications
Dr. Dahake is Ambrell's Sr. Vice President of Global Applications. He has over 20 years of induction experience and leads a worldwide team of induction application experts at Ambrell's renowned applications laboratories. He holds multiple industry-related patents, has authored numerous papers and frequently presents at professional conferences on topics such as induction heating, nanoparticle heating and heat staking. Dr. Dahake holds a Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the University of Rochester.