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Two-Level Temperature Control in Induction Heating

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When induction heating two-layer structures, such as a paint coated sheet steel, it is essential that the safe temperature limit of the paint shall not be exceeded. Only the outer surface, but not the paint¿steel interface¿is accessible to measurement.By controlling the constant temperature of the outer surface at two subsequent levels, it is possible to maintain a constant and known temperature gradient between surface and interface.

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation  (Volume:IECI-22 ,  Issue: 4 )