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Development of Wireless Charging System Using Square-Circular Coupled Coils with Different Misalignments

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Now a days, inductive power transfer (IPT) has gained a lot of attention from researchers as it has ease of use and realiability for electric vehicle (EV) battery charging systems. This paper examines the increasing attention from researchers towards inductive power transfer (IPT) as a means of charging electric vehicle (EV) batteries. This interest originates from the user-friendly characteristics and notable reliability associated with IPT. The evaluation of mutual inductance (MI) holds importance within the domain of Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) systems, as it serves a critical function in enabling effective power transfer. Therefore, it is essential to perform a comprehensive analysis of the mutual inductance between the two coils that are connected through inductive coupling. This study provides an examination of mutual inductance (MI) and efficiency within the context of interoperability conditions of interconnected coils. The transmitter coil is represented as a square structure, denoted as TxS, whereas the receiving coil is represented as a circular structure, denoted as RxC. Furthermore, the application of ferrite cores and steel chassis inclosures, in combination with coils, is utilised for the objective of electric vehicle (EV) battery charging. The magnetic induction (MI) analysis is performed by the utilisation of finite element method (FEM) simulation. The finite element method (FEM) simulation outcomes of the interconnected coils with misalignments, encompassing both non-core and steel chassis configurations, are juxtaposed with the corresponding empirical observations.

DOI 10.11648/j.jeee.20241201.12
Published in Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Volume 12, Issue 1, February 2024)
Page(s) 12-22
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Keywords

Interoperability, Mutual Inductance (MI), Finite Element Modeling (FEM), Inductive Power Transfer (IPT)

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  • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Malla Reddy College of Engineeringand Technology (A), JNTU Hyderabad, Telangana, India

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