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Special Issue on Solid-State Microwave Heating

Issue 92

 

AMPERE Newsletter covers various aspects related to RF and microwave heating technologies. The Newsletter publishes short topical articles, as well as R&D profiles, conference reports, events and news items. In addition to the ISM frequency bands, the Newsletter covers topics broadly from 1 MHz to 30 GHz, and even higher frequencies. It also highlights on promising new research developments to emanate from academe and industry. As an open-access publication, all articles as well as the entire Newsletter issues are fully available online.

 

Recent articles

(To download a single paper, please click on the page number)

 

Title 

Authors

Page

Issue

Emerging microwave-plasma technologies for chemical processes

J. F. de la Fuente, A. A. Kiss, M. T. Radoiu, G. D. Stefanidis

2-9

92

Computer-aided analysis and optimization of microwave heating systems

V. V. Komarov

10-13

92

Green-Tech microwave studies at Tohoku University

N. Yoshikawa, C. C. Lee, M. Sunako, K. Kawahira, S. Taniguchi

14-17

92

Rendering of waste by application of microwave energy

R. Parosa

18-23

92

Microwave flash sintering

Yu. V. Bykov, A.G. Eremeev, S.V. Egorov,  V.V. Kholoptsev, I.V. Plotnikov, K.I. Rybakov*, A.A. Sorokin

24-27

92

Microwave drying of seeds of agricultural interest for Ecuador

Á. H. Moreno, R. Hernández, I. Ballesteros

28-32

92

Emerging applications for microwave technology in chemistry, polymers and waste

T. Asgarli, M. Reichmann, N. Voit

33-35

92

Ricky’s Afterthought: Beamed wireless power-transfer using a dynamic metasurface aperture

Ricky Metaxas

36

92

Microwaving wastes for producing syngas

J. Angel Menéndez

6-13

91

Thermal management of solid-state RF cooking appliances    

B. Zickel

14-18

91

Insight into microwave-enhanced heterogeneous catalytic reactions – Non-equilibrium local heating and acceleration of electron transfer

S. Tsubaki, F. Kishimoto, N. Haneishi, T. Ano, R. Sasaki, M. Matsuhisa, M. Maitani, D. Mochizuki, S. Fujii, Y. Wada

19-22

91

Microwave processing of solid-state electrolyte for Li-Ion batteries 

M. M. Mahmoud, Y. Cui, M. Rohde, C. Ziebert, G. Link, H. J. Seifert

23-26

91

Processing with microwaves at high temperature for the industrial sector

A. López-Buendía

27-30

91

An interview with Dr. Stuart Nelson

AMPERE N.L.

31-37

91

Ricky’s Afterthought: The uncertainty of Brexit 

A.C. Metaxas

38-39

91

Third Global Congress on Microwave Energy Applications

J. Monzó-Cabrera and J. Fayos-Fernández

3-5

90

IMPI-50 Symposium recap

M. Poisant

6-7

90

Int’l Conference on Heating by Electromagnetic Sources (HES-16)

K. Van Reusel

8-10

90

Demystifying the magnetron antenna probe

V. Bilik

11-14

90

Microwave instruments geared towards hotter future

J. Catala-Civera

15-18

90

The promising application of microwaves in carbon capture and storage

C. Fernández-Martín 

19-22

90

From drying masonry to “burning water” – Current research on radio-frequency applications in Leipzig

U. Roland

23-29

90

Microwave and RF developments at Washington State University

J. Tang         

30-33

90

Is microwave assisted chemistry scalable? 

M. Radoiu     

34-41

90

Ricky’s Afterthought: Cartagena, a city steeped in history

A.C. Metaxas

42

90

Historical notes on solid-state microwave heating                             

E. Schwartz            

4-7

89

Recent developments in solid-state microwave heating                                                                    

J. F. Gerling  

8-10

89

RF Energy Alliance (RFEA): Advancing next generation microwave heating applications

K. Werner

11-12

89

Solid-state heating with advanced RF-power solutions

G. Durnan

13-17

89

Computer modeling in the development of mechanisms of control over microwave heating in solid-state energy systems

V. V. Yakovlev

18-21

89

Plasma generation using solid-state microwave technology

K. Achkasov  

22-26

89

Solid-state microwave cooking

R. Wesson    

27-32

89

Localized microwave-heating by a solid-state applicator

Y. Meir

33-35

89

Ricky’s afterthought: A “solid-state” resurgence

A.C. Metaxas 

36

89

An interview with Mr. Bernard Krieger

AMPERE N.L.

37-38

89

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Call for Papers

AMPERE Newsletter welcomes submissions of articles, briefs and news on topics of interest for the RF-and-microwave heating community.

These may include:

•      Research briefs and discovery reports.

•      Review articles on R&D trends and thematic issues.

•      Technology-transfer and commercialization.

•      Safety, RFI, and regulatory aspects.

•      Technological and market forecasts.

•      Comments, views, and visions.

•      Interviews with leading innovators and experts.

•      New projects, openings and hiring opportunities.

•      Tutorials and technical notes.

•      Social, cultural and historical aspects.

•      Economical and practical considerations.

•      Upcoming events, new books and papers.

AMPERE Newsletter is an ISSN registered periodical publication hence its articles are citable as references. However, the Newsletter's publication criteria may differ from that of common scientific Journals by its acceptance (and even encouragement) of news in more premature stages of on-going efforts. We believe that this seemingly less-rigorous editorial approach may accelerate the circulation of new ideas and discoveries among the AMPERE community, enrich our common knowledge, and excite new ideas, findings, and developments.  

Please send your submission to the Newsletter, or any question, comment or suggestion to the Editor in the address below.

 

 

AMPERE Newsletter Editor             

Eli Jerby

Tel Aviv University, Israel

E-mail: jerby@eng.tau.ac.il

 

Editorial Advisory Board

Andrew C. Metaxas

St. John’s College, Cambridge, UK

Cristina Leonelli

University of Modena, Italy

 

AMPERE Disclaimer

The information contained in this Newsletter is given for the benefit of AMPERE members. All contributions are believed to be correct at the time of printing and AMPERE accepts no responsibility for any damage or liability that may result from information contained in this publication. Readers are therefore advised to consult experts before acting on any information contained in this Newsletter.