Heating rate modeling and measurements in phantom and in vivo of the human upper extremity in a defective 2450 MHz microwave oven.

@article{Oleson1994HeatingRM,
  title={Heating rate modeling and measurements in phantom and in vivo of the human upper extremity in a defective 2450 MHz microwave oven.},
  author={James R. Oleson and T V Samulski and S. T. Clegg and S. Das and W W Grant},
  journal={The Journal of microwave power and electromagnetic energy : a publication of the International Microwave Power Institute},
  year={1994},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={101-8}
}
Multiple door interlock switches in commercial microwave ovens are designed to prevent accidental exposure and injury. We report a) heating rate (degree/sec) measurements in a phantom of the human upper extremity in a 2450 MHz microwave oven having interlock switches deliberately bypassed; b) skin temperature measurements on the upper extremity of a human… CONTINUE READING