Induction Furnace-A Review

  title={Induction Furnace-A Review},
  author={Vivek R. Gandhewar and Satish V. Bansod and Atul B. Borade},
A new generation of industrial induction melting furnaces has been developed during the last 25 years. Present practices followed in Induction Furnaces are discussed in this paper. Through a literature review account of various practices presently being followed in steel industries using Induction Furnaces has been carried out with a view to gather principal of working. Apart from this a pilot study has also been carried out in few industries in India. We provide some recommendations for the… CONTINUE READING

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