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Heat Transfer in Surface-Cooled Objects Subject to Microwave Heating
IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques
Several investigators in microwave bioeffects research have exposed biological preparations to intense microwave fields, while at the same time cooling the sample with flowing water. We examine the heat transfer characteristics of this situation, to estimate the maximum temperature increase and thermal time constants that might be encountered in such an experiment. The sample is modeled as a uniform sphere, cylinder, or slab subject to uniform heating, which is located in an unbounded coolantdoi:10.1109/tmtt.1982.1131216 fatcat:gn77tiqgl5dgldshqcuzl6f46i