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Philip S Carter, John F Krumme: Alternating current electrically resistive heating element having intrinsic temperature control. Iris Associates, C Michael Zimmerman, March 17, 1981: US04256945 (393 worldwide citation)

The heating element consists of a substrate or core of a non-magnetic material having high thermal and electrical conductivity, clad with a surface layer of a ferromagnetic material of relatively low electrical conductivity. When the heating element is energized by a source of high frequency alterna ...


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Carter Philip S, Krumme John F: Element chauffant par resistance a courant alternatif a regulation integree de la chaleur, Alternating current electrically resistive heating element having intrinsic temperature control. Iris Associates, SMART & BIGGAR, May 31, 1983: CA1147381 (1 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT The heating element consists of a substrate of core of a non-magnetic material having high thermal and electrical conductivity, clad witha surface layer of a ferromagnetic material of relatively low electrical con-ductivity. When the heating element is energized by a source of high frequenc ...


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Carter Philip S, Krumme John F: Shielded heating element having intrinsic temperature control.. Iris Associates, March 30, 1983: EP0075010-A1

There are many situations requiring temperature regulation in heating elements which the prior art feedback control systems are not capable of handling adequately. In order to provide a temperature regulation in a narrow range around the Curie temperature, the electrical heating element of the prese ...


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Carter Philip S, Krumme John F: Electrically resistive heating element having temperature control. Iris Associates, ZIMMERMAN C Michael, September 16, 1982: WO/1982/003148

There are many situations requiring temperature regulation in heating elements which the prior art feedback control systems are not capable of handling adequately. In order to provide a temperature regulation in a narrow range around the Curie temperature, the heating element of the present inventio ...


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Carter Philip S, Krumme John F: Shielded heating element having intrinsic temperature control. Iris Associates, ROSE Howard L, September 30, 1982: WO/1982/003305

There are many situations requiring temperature regulation in heating elements which the prior art feedback control systems are not capable of handling adequately. In order to provide a temperature regulation in a narrow range around the Curie temperature, the electrical heating element of the prese ...


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Carter Philip S, Krumme John F: Electrically resistive heating element having temperature control.. Iris Associates, March 9, 1983: EP0073190-A1

There are many situations requiring temperature regulation in heating elements which the prior art feedback control systems are not capable of handling adequately. In order to provide a temperature regulation in a narrow range around the Curie temperature, the heating element of the present inventio ...