CORELESS INDUCTION FURNACE PDF

No core is provided in the coreless induction furnace. A crucible of more convenient shape can be employed. Coreless Induction Furnace Working Principle In this case, also the charge to be melted is made the secondary of the transformer. The primary is wound over the crucible itself. The eddy currents produced in the charge not only heat it up but also account for the stirring action. It is the basic coreless induction furnace working principle.

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No core is provided in the coreless induction furnace. A crucible of more convenient shape can be employed. Coreless Induction Furnace Working Principle In this case, also the charge to be melted is made the secondary of the transformer.

The primary is wound over the crucible itself. The eddy currents produced in the charge not only heat it up but also account for the stirring action. It is the basic coreless induction furnace working principle.

Iron laminations are provided outside the primary winding to create a low reluctance path for flux and also contain the stray field, which may otherwise induce the heavy current in supporting steel structure. The frequency employed depends upon the size of the coreless induction furnace.

For a low capacity furnace, a high frequency of the order of Hz is employed. Whereas for a high capacity furnace, frequencies are down to Hz. Hollow copper tubes are used in which cold water is circulated to reduce the copper losses. The operating power factor of such furnaces is very low between 0. Therefore, static capacitors are used to improve the power factor of the installation.

Since the power factor does not remain constant during the operation of the furnace, the capacitance in the circuit during the heat cycle is varied to maintain power factor approximately unity. The coreless induction furnace is chiefly used for the melting of steel and other ferrous metals. The capacities available vary from 50 Kg to about 20 tones.

The initial cost is more as compared to the arc furnace. Advantages of Coreless Induction Furnace The advantages of coreless induction furnaces are as under: Low operating cost, an automatic stirring action produced by eddy currents, low erection lost, absence of dirt, smoke noise, etc. Power Supply for Coreless Induction Furnaces For coreless induction furnaces, power supply is obtained from the ordinary supply system, and its frequency is converted to a higher value using oscillators.

These oscillators can generate a very high frequency in the order of megahertz. The AC supply is stepped up by a transformer and then rectified by using a bridge rectifier circuit.

The rectified voltage is applied to the oscillator, and high-frequency output is fed to the charge to be heated through an output transformer. Induction Heating It is also known as eddy current heating. The material to be heated is placed inside the coil. The heat in the material to be heated is produced by eddy currents. Power loss due to eddy currents is eddy current loss and appears in the form of heat. The metal to be heated is placed within a high-frequency current-carrying coil.

By doing so, an alternating magnetic field is set up, eddy currents are induced in the metal piece, and heat is produced in it. Since the eddy current loss is proportional to the product of the square of supply frequency and square of flux density, therefore by controlling the flux density and supply frequency, the amount of heat can be controlled.

The frequency may vary from 50 Hz to 8 MHz depending upon the type of work done. High-frequency eddy current heating is frequently used for forging and annealing. The process is economical for continuous heating. Advantages of Induction Heating It is quick and clear. There is little wastage of heat in eddy current heating as heat is produced in the body to be heated up directly. Temperature control is easy i.

The heat can be made to penetrate the metal surface to any desired depth. Disadvantage of Induction Heating It is a costly method for the production of heat. The initial cost of eddy current heating apparatus is high. Induction heating is used for the heat treatment of metals i.

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Alumina lining , Basic lining , Bridging in the furnace , Iduction furnace , Monolithic refractories , Refractory lining. Silica lining , Refractory Lining of Coreless Induction Furnace In steel melting shops of low capacities, induction furnace is preferred as a convenient melting unit because of its high efficiency, low energy consumption, easy operational control, and good performance with various kinds of steel scrap. The induction furnace is an electrical furnace in which the heat is applied by induction heating of a conductive medium usually steel scrap in a crucible placed in a water-cooled alternating current solenoid coil. A coreless induction furnace has a non-conductive refractory crucible, surrounded by a coil of copper tube.

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Ajax TOCCO uses a specially developed computer program to insure that spacing is properly maintained. Top Bottom Cooling Coils Patented top and bottom cooling coils evenly disperse temperature gradients throughout the refractory to prevent over heating and to extend refractory life. This free-board helps control the meniscus of the bath without effecting stirring. Furnace Body Heavy rolled steel plate provides strength for the entire furnace assembly. Flux returning yokes are bolted directly through the furnace shell to support the power coil. The added shell strength provides positive support for all the furnace components, especially when tilting for pouring.

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