|HANNACHI Mohamed Tahar||University of Tébessa|
|Spoluautoři Hamid DJEBAIL|
Electromagnetic induction is a technique for heating electrically conductive materials (metals), commonly used for many thermal processes such as fusion (welding) or hot metal. It is characteristic of generating heat directly within the material being heated. This feature has many advantages over conventional methods of heating more standard, including reduced heating times and high yields, or the ability to heat very locally. The high power densities in play can achieve speeds of very rapid heating temperatures and heating time, the magnetic flux and frequency are the parameters that govern this process.