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Power transfer capability and bifurcation phenomena of loosely coupled inductive power transfer systems

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3 Author(s)
Chwei-Sen Wang ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Auckland Univ., New Zealand ; Covic, G.A. ; Stielau, O.H.

Loosely coupled inductive power transfer (LCIPT) systems are designed to deliver power efficiently from a stationary primary source to one or more movable secondary loads over relatively large air gaps via magnetic coupling. In this paper, a general approach is presented to identify the power transfer capability and bifurcation phenomena (multiple operating modes) for such systems. This is achieved using a high order mathematical model consisting of both primary and secondary resonant circuits. The primary compensation is deliberately designed to make the primary zero phase angle frequency equal the secondary resonant frequency to achieve maximum power with minimum VA rating of the supply. A contactless electric vehicle battery charger was used to validate the theory by comparing the measured and calculated operational frequency and power transfer. For bifurcation-free operation, the power transfer capability and controllability are assured by following the proposed bifurcation criteria. Where controllable operation within the bifurcation region is achievable, a significant increase in power is possible.

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2004

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