An investigation of the microwave effect has been carried out by simulating heating the basic components of bio oil. This research aims to produce a heating model and energy distribution of oleic acid and stearic acid component materials. The cylindrical material is placed in a cavity-shaped heating applicator using a microwave excitation frequency of 2.45 GHz through a single waveguide TE10 mode. Numerical solution using time-domain solver and transient solver succeeded in simulating the heating model of the dielectric material with the results of the energy distribution depending on the complex permittivity of the material.
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