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Induction and Intermediate Frequencies

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Induction, for the public, is a new method of cooking that is becoming more and more widespread. With an induction plate, there is less risk of burns once the pan has been removed, because the surface of the plate remains almost cold, since it is just heated by the saucepan itself. Induction plates are attractive for several aspects: like gas, they have no thermal inertia and when the power supply is switched off, heating stops immediately.
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ineris-00969450 , version 1 (02-04-2014)

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Martine Souques, René de Seze. Induction and Intermediate Frequencies. PERRIN, A. ; SOUQUES, M. Electromagnetic Fields, Environment and Health, Springer. Paris, pp.51-61, 2012. ⟨ineris-00969450⟩

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