Electric vehicles are every day more and more important and diffuse in all day life. They represent a new prospective mode of transportation to address environment issues. The major drawbacks of the present electric vehicles are the long charging times and mechanical hassles with charging cables. The contactless battery charging is a challenging solution to overcome these issues. This paper deals with the topic of stationary wireless battery charging of electric vehicles and, in particular, on the inverter control and compensators sizing in the resonant series-parallel circuit configuration. The paper investigates, by means of simulations, the efficiency of a compensated inductive power transfer system as a function of distance and misalignment between the two pads for a 4 kW stationary electric vehicles charger.

Analysis of control strategies for compensated inductive power transfer system for electric vehicles charging

Dolara, A.;Leva, S.;Longo, M.;Castelli-Dezza, F.;Mauri, M.
2017

Abstract

Electric vehicles are every day more and more important and diffuse in all day life. They represent a new prospective mode of transportation to address environment issues. The major drawbacks of the present electric vehicles are the long charging times and mechanical hassles with charging cables. The contactless battery charging is a challenging solution to overcome these issues. This paper deals with the topic of stationary wireless battery charging of electric vehicles and, in particular, on the inverter control and compensators sizing in the resonant series-parallel circuit configuration. The paper investigates, by means of simulations, the efficiency of a compensated inductive power transfer system as a function of distance and misalignment between the two pads for a 4 kW stationary electric vehicles charger.
Conference Proceedings - 2017 17th IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2017 1st IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe, EEEIC / I and CPS Europe 2017
9781538639160
Electric vehicle; Induction power transfer; Stationary EV charging; Wireless power transfer; Energy Engineering and Power Technology; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering; Environmental Engineering
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