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A Modular Approach to Microwave Applicator Design

  • José T. Senise (a1)


Whenever possible, the modular approach to microwave applicator design presents several advantages, both economical and operational, particularly in countries where high-power microwave generators are not manufactured on a commercial scale. In this paper, examples are shown of industrial applicators of simple, modular design, for the processing of liquid and solid materials, coupled to generators built with domestic microwave oven components.



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2. Senise, J. T., Brazilian Patent MU6100763.
3. Senise, J. T., Andrade, A. O. M.: “Applicators for the continuous processing of liquids, suspensions and particulate solids”. Proceedings, BNCE Heating and Processing Conference, Cambridge, U. K., 1986.


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