The Group of Electromagnetism and Matter of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) has invented a system that eliminates the external emissions in industrial microwave ovens.
The group of researchers has discovered a technology that combines artificial intelligence with mechanical and electronic systems.
The research team UPCT created a filter system that solves the security problems characteristic of this type of facility, such as radio broadcasts.
These filters are attached to industrial furnaces, allowing the compartments can be opened to introduce the products to be heated without leaking radio.
Innovation, explains the researcher Juan Luis Pedroza, is used to all kinds of material.
In addition, the filters are self-configuring and can be changed depending on the geometry of the material must be processed.
This patent is under acquisition by RBT, a manufacturing company located in Valencia industrial machinery.
The company will acquire the patent to incorporate this technology into their machines.
The researchers belong to the School of Telecommunications Engineering and is formed by Juan Luis Pedroza, Alejandro Díaz and Juan Monzo.
The project is funded by the Ministry of Universities, Business and Research through the Seneca Foundation.