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The standard work for engineers, technicians and other practitioners working in melting shops and foundries appeared in a second, completely revised edition. This new version of the title on inductive melting and temperature maintenance originally published in 2009 is the result of the great demand generated at that time, and includes coverage of the plant- and process-engineering advances achieved during the intervening four years. These relate, in particular, to the use of the induction furnace in electric-steel production, a field in which this environmentally and mains-friendly melting system has evolved into a genuine and advantageous alternative to the electric arc furnace. Characteristic of this is the recent increase in inverter supply power from its maximum of 18 MW at the time of publication of the first edition of the book to its present 42 MW to permit supply of 65 t crucible furnaces.
3. Components of a crucible furnace plant
4. Components of channel furnaces
5. Electromagnetic stirrers and pumps
6. Furnace design and energy requirements
7. Melting metallurgy of iron and non-iron materials
8. Operation of induction plants in iron foundries
9. Melting cast steel in induction crucible furnaces
10. Induction crucible furnaces in mini steel works
11. Induction systems in the aluminium industry
12. Induction plants for copper materials
13. Induction plant for melting zinc