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About Girish Dahake

The Man Behind the Magic

Dr. Dahake is Ambrell’s Sr. Vice President, Global Applications. He has over 20 years of induction experience and leads a worldwide team of induction application experts at Ambrell’s renowned applications laboratories. He holds multiple industry-related patents, has authored numerous papers and frequently presents at professional conferences on topics such as induction heating, nanoparticle heating and heat staking. Dr. Dahake holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of Rochester.  
 

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Free eBook: Complete Guide to Induction Coil Design

Creating the Right Custom Inductor for Your Project

We have assembled this 28-page guide to help you get the best performance from your induction heating system.

Induction coil design can have a major impact on part quality, process efficiency, and manufacturing costs. This guide provides  (almost) everything you need to design the optimal coil for your part and process. Request your copy and read about the science and the art of induction coil design.

 

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Heat Staking: Inserting Metal Into Plastic

Dr. Girish Dahake, Senior VP Global Applications

One of the most common uses for induction heating is the heat staking of threaded metal inserts into plastic. Most thermo-plastics are too soft to sufficiently hold a thread, so brass or steel threaded inserts are added.

For heat staking, the insert is preheated with induction and then pressed into a hole in the plastic part. This is accomplished by positioning the induction coil over the hole and then holding the insert in the coil for a short period of time.

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Nanoparticle Heating Using Induction in Hyperthermia

Dr. Girish Dahake, Senior VP Global Applications

Induction heating is a convenient and flexible method to deliver high-strength magnetic fields to nanoparticles, resulting in a focused and targeted treatment that is gaining considerable interest in the medical research community.

Hyperthermia (or thermotherapy) is a type of cancer treatment that involves heating of tumor cells within the body. Even as far back as 3000 B.C., Egyptian pundits used heat baths to burn subcutaneous tumors. Doctors observed that high heat, such as that resulting from a fever, killed cancer cells and decreased tumors.

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