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Electrical specifications requires 70 dB of attenuation level in the stop band. Stub height is fixed to 30 mm. and 10 corrugations are chosen to select l close to 60 mm. From these values, the monomode approach is used to obtain the attenuation response of the filters. Figure 7 shows this attenuation for five different configurations of stub width. As expected from previous analysis, it is possible to appreciate from the figure, the bandwidth dependence with b. Simulation b3 in Figure 7 was selected as suitable in order to match designing specifications.

1. Electric field strength (V/m) inside a one-port travelling wave guide applicator, based on a WR340 waveguide with a cylindrical sample of high loss material in the middle of the waveguide. The waveguide is fed from the right side with a TE10 mode. 44 V/m. In Figure 2, the electric field strength, in V/m in the waveguide and inside the sample for a TE10 incidence from the left side of the image is shown, revealing significant differences with respect to the previous configuration. The electric field does not vary in the vertical direction, because both the geometry and the excitation are invariant in this direction.

3. Schematic diagram of surface (a) and volumetric (b) heating. High uniformity of the microwave energy distribution in an applicator is an essential prerequisite for the volumetric heating of large-size samples and for reproducible heating of many samples in one batch in such processes as ceramics sintering. The applicator used in the system can be treated as an untuned multimode cavity with the ratio (L/O)3 a5·104. A ray tracing analysis has been conducted to optimize the geometry of the inner wall of the applicator and the position of the rotating wavebeam scatterer.

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