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2017-10-30

Induction heating



208 - High Frequency Induction Hardening Analysis Accounting for Deformation(Abaqus Link)

208 - High Frequency Induction Hardening Analysis Accounting for Deformation (Abaqus Link) Updated

Since gears are products that demand mechanical intensity, high frequency induction hardening is run for surface heat treatment. Since induction hardening can rapidly heat only the surface of the gear in a short amount of time, the hardness of the surface is continually increased while retaining the toughness inside.

Module: FQ | 2017-10-30




186 - Gear Induction Hardening Analysis Using Two Frequencies

186 - Gear Induction Hardening Analysis Using Two Frequencies

Gears are created in such a way that the surfaces of their teeth are hard in order to resist the wear and tear that occurs when they come into contact with the teeth of other gears. However, this has to be accomplished while maintaining the gear's overall toughness. By using high-frequency induction heating,...

Module:FQ,HT | 2014-05-30




183 - Agitation Force Analysis of an Induction Furnace

183 - Agitation Force Analysis of an Induction Furnace

The purpose of this Application Note is to help JMAG users understand the steps and settings used in a JMAG analysis. It is intended to help those who are working with a new analysis target better understand the analysis steps and the setting contents.

Module:FQ | 2013-12-17




172 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Test Piece (Rotational Induction Hardening)

172 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Test Piece (Rotational Induction Hardening)

Machine parts like shafts and gears are made to be resistant to wear and tear. This is accomplished by giving them a certain degree of flexibility by maintaining their interior toughness while increasing the hardness of their surfaces. By using high-frequency induction heating, which is a type of surface hardening method,...

Module:FQ, HT | 2017-02-27




100 - Surface Heating Analysis of a Steel Plate

100 - Surface Heating Analysis of a Steel Plate

High-frequency induction heating is one heating method used when heat treating the surface of a steel plate. With induction heating, the heating depth can be adjusted because it is possible to localize heating by modifying the coil's geometry and electrical power. The coil geometry, heating conditions, etc.

Module:FQ,HT | 2013-10-25




85 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Constant Velocity Joint

85 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Constant Velocity Joint

Constant velocity joints are used in the connections at each end of a drive shaft in a vehicular drive system. The inside of the outer race of a constant velocity joint makes direct contact with steel balls or rollers on the inner race, so it needs to have increased hardness to improve its ability to resist wear and tear.

Module:FQ,HT | 2012-11-14




83 - Magnetic Shielding Analysis of an Induction Furnace

83 - Magnetic Shielding Analysis of an Induction Furnace

An induction furnace is an apparatus that uses high-frequency induction heating to melt metal. Running current through the coil surrounding the crucible starts electromagnetic induction phenomena, which generate current in the metal in the crucible. This current produces joule losses in the metal, ...

Module:FQ | 2013-12-17




51 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Gear

51 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Gear

Gears are created in such a way that the surfaces of their teeth are hard in order to resist the wear and tear that occurs when they come into contact with the teeth of other gears. However, this has to be accomplished while maintaining the gear's overall toughness. By using high-frequency induction heating,...

Module:FQ,HT | 2017-08-31




50 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Steel Wire (Translational Induction Hardening)

50 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Steel Wire (Translational Induction Hardening)

Steel wires are made to be resistant to wear and tear. This is accomplished by giving them a certain degree of flexibility by maintaining their inner toughness while increasing the hardness of their surfaces. By using high-frequency induction heating, which is a type of surface hardening method,...

Module:FQ,HT | 2014-08-26




49 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Steel Sheet

49 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Steel Sheet

The rolling process of steel sheets changes the strength and properties of the product, so heat treatment is used. High frequency induction heating is a type of heat treatment that uses a high frequency power source to produce rapid heating, allowing the equipment on the production line to be smaller.

Module:FQ,HT | 2014-05-30




48 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Printer Roller

48 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Printer Roller

A printer works by running a piece of paper with toner on it between a heated fuser roller and a pressure roller. The heated fuser roller then applies heat to fix the toner to the paper. The fuser roller needs to have uniform temperature distribution in order to handle various types of paper.

Module:FQ,HT | 2016-02-25




47 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Crankshaft

47 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Crankshaft

Machine parts like shafts and gears are made to be resistant to wear and tear. This is accomplished by giving them a certain degree of flexibility by maintaining their interior toughness while increasing the hardness of their surfaces. By using high-frequency induction heating, which is a type of surface...

Module:FQ,HT | 2017-02-27




45 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of an IH Cooking Heater

45 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of an IH Cooking Heater

An IH cooking heater cooks food by heating a pot that acts as a conductive body. It heats this pot with an induction heating method that uses electromagnetic induction. Eddy currents flow in the iron pot when a high frequency current is applied to the coil. These eddy currents produce joule loss,...

Module:FQ,HT | 2013-12-17




13 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Shaft

13 - High-Frequency Induction Heating Analysis of a Shaft

Shafts are used in parts like axles, which transfer power from the engine to rotate the tires, so the need to have sufficient strength to handle the torsion. They also need to have increased surface toughness to raise their degree of abrasion resistance in the areas that join with other parts, and they must maintain...

Module:FQ,HT | 2015-08-26