High Frequency Inverter for Induction Cooking

Y Bhavya Sree, B Jyothi, P Bhavana, S Ravi Teja

In this paper a High Frequency Resonant Inverter is designed to get higher efficiency for induction cooking. A sinusoidal waveform is produced by the resonant inverter at high frequency i.e., at 33KHz. A parallel resonance circuit in this paper represents the energy transfers constantly in back and forth between the two energy storing elements which results the zero current and zero energy being drawn from the supply. Maximum power is delivered to the load by the resonant inverter at resonant frequency to reduce the losses at power frequencies and to perform high frequency operations. In view of all this induction cooking can be evolved since it has less energy consumption, fast heating,

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 11-16

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201002