DIELECTRIC HEATING (MICROWAVE AND RADIO FREQUENCY HEATING)
The short courses have been given first at the E.U.G. within the Dept of Engineering at Cambridge University since 1992 and then post 2002 transferred to AC Metaxas and Associates. The courses take various formats, for example in 2010 three course were given (a) a course targeting RF technology (b) a generic course incorporating both RF and microwave heating and (c) a bespoke course at an international company in the USA. In 2012 a bespoke course was presented at a company in the middle east. In September 2014 a bespoke course on RF drying was given in a firm’s premises in the UK and in October 2014 the usual course on Microwave and RF heating was given to a number of industrialists. Please contact us to discuss details.
Delegates attending a short course at St John’s College Cambridge UK
The Next one-day short course in the series will be announced here.
Envisaged Fee: £1200 per delegate. A 20% discounts is available for more than one delegate from the same company
09:15-10:30 Theory of Dielectric Heating
10:45-11:30 Dielectric Properties
11:30-12:30 Sources and Applicators
12:30:13:00 Arcing in RF applicators
14:00-15:00 A brief insight to Computer Modelling
15:15-16:15 Review of Industrial RF and Microwave Applications
16:15-16:45 Summary and Open Forum
The open forum is usually very popular and worthwhile to the delegates in that they asked questions relevant to their business without compromising confidentiality.
REGISTRATION for the course
Email Ricky Metaxas at [email protected] and he will advise you of the procedure for registration and payment by cheque drawn from a UK registered bank cheques or by electronic bank transfer (credit or debit cards payment is not accepted) .
AC Metaxas and Associates is non VAT registered. The course fee includes, lunch, interval refreshments and comprehensive course notes. Hotel accommodation, if required, is the responsibility of the delegates. A list of hotels with contact numbers will be provided to all the delegates after registration.