Induction heating

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Induction heating of a workpiece
Induction heating of 25mm bar
Electric stoves, such as this one, can be found in many kitchens. This stove is turned off.

Induction heating is a form of heating an electrically conductive material through the use of Eddy current. Eddy currents use a changing magnetic field. That way, heat can be transferred over short distances without the objects actually touching.