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Microwave ovens   related topic: High voltage transformers, Inductive heating process, Microwave oven experiments, Thermal physics
2.45 GHz magnetron
Cavity magnetron a cavity magnetron is a high-powered vacuum tube that generates coherent microwaves, ...
Cyclotron
Early microwave magnetrons pdf file
Fundamental Function of the Magnetron
How microwave oven is made - Background, Design, Raw materials The basic design of a microwave oven is simple, and most operate in essentially the same manner. The oven's various electronic motors, relays, and control circuits are located on the exterior casing, to which the oven cavity is bolted. A front panel allows the user to program the microwave
Klystron Klystron tube: a device for generating microwaves, 2.45 GHz
Klystron is a Microwave Generator animated
klystron Movement of electrons in a klystron, animation
klystron tube the reflex klystron tube. In this tube, electrons emitted from the heated cathode travel through the cavity grids toward the repeller plate, then are repelled and returned back the way they came, Magnetron tubes
Low-noise microwave magnetrons pdf file
Magnetron How a Magnetron Works, The heart of a microwave oven is the magnetron. A magnetron converts electrical energy to microwave radiation. To do this, it uses low-voltage alternating current and high-voltage direct current. A transformer changes the incoming voltage to the required levels and a capacitor, in combination with a diode, filters out the high voltage and converts it to direct current
Magnetron the magnetron is a self-contained microwave oscillator (f = 2.44 GHz - 2.45 GHz) that operates differently from the linear-beam tubes, such as the twt and the klystron. Crossed electron and magnetic fields are used in the magnetron to produce the high-power output required in radar equipment
Magnetron The microwave radiation of microwave ovens and some radar applications is produced by a device called a magnetron, ...
Magnetron Inside a magnetron
Magnetron Physical construction of a magnetron, Magnetrons function as self-excited microwave oscillators
Magnetron Magnetron as high efficient heater, pdf file
Magnetron Theory of Operation
Magnetron coupling methods
Magnetrons the heart of every microwave oven is the high voltage system. Its purpose is to generate microwave energy. The high-voltage components accomplish this by stepping up AC line voltage to high voltage, which is then changed to an even higher DC voltage. This DC power is then converted to the RF energy that cooks the food
Magnetron tube the heart of every microwave oven is the high voltage system. Its purpose is to generate microwave energy. The high-voltage components accomplish this by stepping up AC line voltage to high voltage, which is then changed to an even higher DC voltage. This DC power is then converted to the RF energy that cooks the food
structure and operation of the magnetron tube, Microwave tube principles, microwave tube fundamentals, Microwave tubes
Microwave Capacitors These capacitors are used in voltage doubler circuits in high voltage microwave oven tranformers, pdf file
Microwave devices ppt file
Microwave oven A microwave oven, or a microwave, is a kitchen appliance that cooks or heats food by dielectric heating. This is accomplished by using microwave radiation to heat water and other polarized molecules within the food
Microwave oven What's it inside a microwave oven ?
Microwave oven Microwave oven block diagram and application note
Microwave Oven to Energy Demonstration circuit diagram of a typical domestic microwave oven
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Microwave ovens microwaves make the water molecules rotate
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Microwave Ovens: Theory of Operation
Microwave Oven Schematic jpg file
Microwave oven transformers Microwave ovens contain a very powerful high voltage transformer (MOT = microwave oven transformer), 2kVolt
Microwave oven voltage-doubler circuit
Microwave Ovens with Inverters pdf file
Microwave ovens microwave ovens use microwave energy to heat or cook food in a fraction of the time needed to cook with conventional ovens. Unlike conventional ovens, a microwave oven heats food without applying external heat, Basic theory of operation
Microwaves Water Molecules and Microwaves, Inside a Microwave Oven, anode block, cathode filament, Cloud of electrons and the induced current
Notes on the Troubleshooting and Repair of Microwave Ovens Why don't microwaves leak out from through the glass? How a microwave oven works, Controller, Sensors, Cooling fans, Microwave generator, Magnetron construction and operation
Panasonic Microwave Oven Inverter HV Power Supply pdf file
Physics inside a Microwave Oven A light bulb in a glass of water, A poptart in the wrapper, A small camera, compact disc, Wet thermal fax paper, A metal ball (oh no! ... Not!), A grape (Really oh no!), A burning candle
Schematic diagram of a microwave oven pdf file
Scientific explanations of water and microwaves Scientific explanations of water and microwaves
Split-anode magnetron Split-anode magnetron, A cavity magnetron is a high-powered vacuum tube that generates coherent microwaves. They are commonly found in the microwave oven, as well as various radar applications, ...
Split-anode magnetron Split-anode magnetron
Structure and operation of a magnetron tube microwave ovens use various combinations of electrical circuits and mechanical devices to produce and control an output of microwave energy for heating and cooking. Generally speaking the systems of a microwave oven can be divided into two fundamental sections, the control section and the high-voltage section
Structure and operation of a magnetron tube pdf file
Structure of a magnetron gif file
Superheating and microwave ovens water heated in a microwave oven may be superheated and when objects (e.g. a spoon) or granulated materials (e.g. instant coffee) are put into it, the water may boil very vigorously or even appear to explode out of the container
The Microwave Magnetron Tube Structure and OperationThe Magnetron Tube
Thermodynamics of Water Superheated in the Microwave Oven
Triacs used in microwave ovens pdf file
Using Microwave Oven Transformers In High Voltage Power Supplies
Voltage doubler circuit used in microwave oven Voltage doubler circuit used in microwave oven
Water Dielectric and Microwave Radiation The water dipoles attempts to continuously reorient in electromagnetic radiation's oscillating electric field, ...
Water molecule structure
What do microwaves do to water?
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