Penetration depth of microwave in tire rubber
© The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society 2017. Using a TM0n0 cavity system as the main reactor, an integrated process was developed to find the best condition for waste tire rubber to absorb microwaves. The penetration depth was the main character for determining the best condition. The penetration depth is defined as the distance from the surface into the materials at which the traveling wave power drops to from its value at the surface. The waste tire powder was irradiated by two different microwave frequencies, including 915 and 2466 MHz. The study was conducted with same powder size and atmospheric condition. The effects of temperature and microwave frequency were analyzed based on the experimental data. The main trends are higher the temperature, the absorption will be better and the higher the frequency, the better the absorption will be.
Minerals, Metals and Materials Series
Penetration depth of microwave in tire rubber.
Minerals, Metals and Materials Series,
Part F5, 403-410.
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