How does "bridging" work with induction ranges?

September 10, 2019

Is there more to it than just syncing the power levels between two elements so you don't have control them separately?

If you put a rectangular griddle over 2 hobs, aren't there going to be massive cold spots between in the areas of the griddle not directly over the hobs since induction heat is so positional?

I have seen ads showing an egg frying next to an ice cube not melting, so I don't see how this bridging can be effective..

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