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Study of radiation heating (part 1). UR spectroscopic characteristics of radiant heat source

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Abstract

There are many IR permeable substances. When this is heated with IR beam, UR beam penetrated into the substance and heat up the substance from the inside. In this case, the inside gets hot quicker than the surface which gives much difference in the finish of the product. Characteristics of permeation and absorption of the IR beam vary by the type of the substance and the wave-length of the UR beam. Examples of effectiveness of far infra-red heater are: Baking of rice cake. Baking of PVC granules as a slip-stop for a working gloves. Far infra-red sauna (sweating effect around 50/sup 0/C). Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. and other companies introduced an IR spectroscopic radiometer of Minarad Systems of USA to establish a data exchange system in 1984. The spectroscopic radio-meter system consists of 3 components, i.e., a spectrophotometric radiometer, a black body furnace, and a computer for data processing. (14 figs, 5 tabs)
Publication Date:
Sep 01, 1987
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-87-910546; EDB-88-028751
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Nippon Gasu Kyokaishi; (Japan); Journal Volume: 40:10
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; INFRARED RADIATION; HEATING; WAVELENGTHS; RADIATION HEATING; ABSORPTION; PERMEABILITY; SPECTROSCOPIC FACTORS; ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION; RADIATIONS; 360605* - Materials- Radiation Effects
OSTI ID:
5796585
Research Organizations:
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan; Osaka Gas Co., Ltd., Osaka, Japan; Toho Gas Co., Ltd., Nagoya, Japan
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: NIPGA
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 129-135
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Nagaoka, Yoshikazu, Ajisaka, Kazuhiro, Toyonaga, Hajime, Kitahata, Hiroki, Oshida, Shun'ichi, and Sugihara, Tomonori. Study of radiation heating (part 1). UR spectroscopic characteristics of radiant heat source. Japan: N. p., 1987. Web.
Nagaoka, Yoshikazu, Ajisaka, Kazuhiro, Toyonaga, Hajime, Kitahata, Hiroki, Oshida, Shun'ichi, & Sugihara, Tomonori. Study of radiation heating (part 1). UR spectroscopic characteristics of radiant heat source. Japan.
Nagaoka, Yoshikazu, Ajisaka, Kazuhiro, Toyonaga, Hajime, Kitahata, Hiroki, Oshida, Shun'ichi, and Sugihara, Tomonori. 1987. "Study of radiation heating (part 1). UR spectroscopic characteristics of radiant heat source." Japan.
@misc{etde_5796585,
title = {Study of radiation heating (part 1). UR spectroscopic characteristics of radiant heat source}
author = {Nagaoka, Yoshikazu, Ajisaka, Kazuhiro, Toyonaga, Hajime, Kitahata, Hiroki, Oshida, Shun'ichi, and Sugihara, Tomonori}
abstractNote = {There are many IR permeable substances. When this is heated with IR beam, UR beam penetrated into the substance and heat up the substance from the inside. In this case, the inside gets hot quicker than the surface which gives much difference in the finish of the product. Characteristics of permeation and absorption of the IR beam vary by the type of the substance and the wave-length of the UR beam. Examples of effectiveness of far infra-red heater are: Baking of rice cake. Baking of PVC granules as a slip-stop for a working gloves. Far infra-red sauna (sweating effect around 50/sup 0/C). Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. and other companies introduced an IR spectroscopic radiometer of Minarad Systems of USA to establish a data exchange system in 1984. The spectroscopic radio-meter system consists of 3 components, i.e., a spectrophotometric radiometer, a black body furnace, and a computer for data processing. (14 figs, 5 tabs)}
journal = {Nippon Gasu Kyokaishi; (Japan)}
volume = {40:10}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1987}
month = {Sep}
}