Design and Implementation of Wireless Power Transfer Charging System on Miniature Model

International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
© 2016 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal
Volume 3 Issue 4
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : Gousia Sultana, Deepak.T.R, Pratiksha Bhushan, Mohammed Azeem, Swathi.G.N
: 10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V3I4P108
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Gousia Sultana, Deepak.T.R, Pratiksha Bhushan, Mohammed Azeem, Swathi.G.N, "Paper Title" SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3.4 (2016): 27-31.

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Gousia Sultana, Deepak.T.R, Pratiksha Bhushan, Mohammed Azeem, Swathi.G.N,(2016). Paper Title. SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering 3(4), 27-31.

Abstract:

In the recent developments of simulation speed and power electronics, the field of wireless power transfer has been developed significantly. In the future transport area, electric vehicles are considered as replacement of oil powered internal combustion engine driven vehicles. Electric Vehicles (EV) have been proposed to achieve environmental friendly transportation. Even though the EV usage is currently increasing, a technology breakthrough would be required to overcome battery related drawbacks. To address battery related limitations, the concept of Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) enabled EVs have been proposed in which EV is being charged while it is in motion or stationary. In this project, the technologies for electric vehicle wireless charging are reviewed using the method of inductive coupling. WPT is the transfer of electrical power from the power source to a load without the use of physical connectors. WPT circuitry is placed inside the vehicle which gets activated when the vehicle reaches the charging area. The primary coil is supplied from the charging station. Flux is radiated out of the primary coil and gets induced with secondary coil present in the EV. The induced voltage from secondary coil is then regulated, rectified and used to charge the EV battery. In this project a miniature model of Electric Vehicle is charged in an effective way without using cables and other plug-in technology. Efficient wireless power transmission is done and control over electromagnetic induction and effective charging of battery will be achieved.

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Key Words:

Electric Vehicle (EV), Inductive Coupling, Wireless Power Transmission (WPT), Flux