An Interference of High Frequency Series Resonant Inverter in Domestic Induction Heater Estimation in Emission Control Using FEM

  • Agamani Chakraborty
  • Debabrata Roy Batanagar Institute of Engineering, Management & Science A unit of Techno India™ Group B7-360/New, Ward No.30, Putkhali, Maheshtala Kolkata - 700141, West Bengal, India
  • Pradip Kr Sadhu DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES (Under MHRD, Govt. of India), DHANBAD - 826004, JHARKHAND (INDIA) Department: +91326-2235478 Residence: +91326-2235578 Fax: +91326-2296563
  • Ankur Ganguly Batanagar Institute of Engineering, Management & Science A unit of Techno India™ Group B7-360/New, Ward No.30, Putkhali, Maheshtala Kolkata - 700141, West Bengal, India
  • Atanu Banerjee

Abstract

This work describes a new technology to calculate the magnetic field emission of a High Frequency Series Resonant Inverterin a domestic induction heater by means of computational simulations. The calculation is performed assuming normal operationconditions required to measure the magnetic field by means of a triple loop antenna. This triple loop antenna, also knownas a van Veen & Bergervoet antenna, is generally employed to test compliance with emission regulations in the frequencyrange of band A and band B i.e. 5-55 kHz.

Author Biographies

Debabrata Roy, Batanagar Institute of Engineering, Management & Science A unit of Techno India™ Group B7-360/New, Ward No.30, Putkhali, Maheshtala Kolkata - 700141, West Bengal, India
Electrical Engineering and Assistant Professor
Pradip Kr Sadhu, DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES (Under MHRD, Govt. of India), DHANBAD - 826004, JHARKHAND (INDIA) Department: +91326-2235478 Residence: +91326-2235578 Fax: +91326-2296563
Professor & HeadDEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Ankur Ganguly, Batanagar Institute of Engineering, Management & Science A unit of Techno India™ Group B7-360/New, Ward No.30, Putkhali, Maheshtala Kolkata - 700141, West Bengal, India
PRINCIPAL Batanagar Institute of Engineering, Management & Science

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Published
2016-09-16
How to Cite
CHAKRABORTY, Agamani et al. An Interference of High Frequency Series Resonant Inverter in Domestic Induction Heater Estimation in Emission Control Using FEM. Journal of Power Technologies, [S.l.], v. 97, n. 4, p. 283--288, sep. 2016. ISSN 2083-4195. Available at: <https://papers.itc.pw.edu.pl/index.php/JPT/article/view/875>. Date accessed: 05 aug. 2021.
Section
Electrical Engineering

Keywords

FEM, Full Bridge Resonant inverters, Induction Heater, High Frequency.

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