Thermal processes in thin wires by interaction with microwave radiation

N. G. Kokodii1,2, A. V. Shaposhnikova1, S. V. Pogorelov2

Abstract


The effect of an anomalously large absorption of electromagnetic radiation in very thin conducting fibers was investigated. Efficiency factor of absorption can reach several hundred for a fiber with a diameter of several micrometers in the centimeter wavelength range. The effect can be used to transfer the energy of electromagnetic radiation to thin fibers without focusing radiation.

Keywords


Efficiency factor of absorption; thin fibers; microwave radiation; heating

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24294/tse.v1i4.597

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