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R. J. SmytheAdvanced Arduino Techniques in Sciencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6784-4_3

3. Experimental Work at High Temperatures and High Heats

Richard J. Smythe1  
Wainfleet, ON, Canada

In this introductory book, only high heat and temperature created by electrical current–based Joule heating is considered in accordance with its simplicity of application and low cost. Non-contacting induction heating is a much more complex and expensive technique suitable for more advanced projects and investigations.

Small volumes are the key to safely creating high-heat, high-temperature environments with the regular line voltages available in North America. Most ...

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