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Dear Prof Scott

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave_oven

Is it possible to design and construct a Portable Microwave oven product which may be useful to carry while travelling by vehicle viz car, jeep etc ?.

Since it is portable, it will be battery operated - secondary source of energy as well as the portable oven's weight has to be considered. Power - battery voltage, current required for the microwave oven has to be calculated.

Also considerations will be whether all the microwave functions can be embedded in this mini portable microwave oven model.

The Portable Microwave oven can be placed in a briefcase while transit.

Is it feasible to construct this product ?.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

I'm not sure why, other than maybe weight, but portable microwave ovens have not been designed yet. It must have something to do with blocking the emission of what is used to cook the food.

They have designed a portable heater that is almost as good, however.

That can be seen here:www.gizmag.com/hotlogic-mini-portable-microwave/28244

If you want a fairly heavy one, look at

amazon.com/WaveBox-Original-Portable-Microwave-Midnight/dp/B001PR2J06

As can be seen here in a short movie, another company has designed a portable microwave.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzLHhsLHnAs Even though it doesn't show in the picture, below it is says: "The world first portable microwave oven for covenient cooking and meals on the move. Good to use in the car, van or caravan. Lightweight, compact, and completely portable. Powered by 12v or 24v direct to battery or cigarette socket."

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