|Implementation Inductive Power Transfer System with SEPIC Fed Inductive Charging Device For Electric Vehicles|
|Mr.CHENGUTTUVAN, MITHUN.J, OVIYAN.D , PRASANNA VENGATESAN.N, VENGATESWARAN.V|
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Implementation Inductive Power Transfer System with SEPIC Fed Inductive Charging Device For Electric Vehicles, International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology(www.ijirt.org) ,ISSN: 2349-6002 ,Volume 5 ,Issue 10 ,Page(s):388-393 ,March 2019 ,Available :IJIRT147752_PAPER.pdf
|SEPIC; PFC; DC-DC converter; inductive charging; electric vehicle|
|Actually, there is a controversial discussion in automotive industry if non-contact power supply is able to avoid the disadvantages of conductive vehicle charging systems. Beside several benefits concerning a higher charging comfort and a higher immunity against vandalism non-contact charging systems possess the drawback of a less efficiency compared to conventional charging devices. The approach described in this paper is the deployment of a SEPIC based rectifier instead of a conventional power factor correction unit. The SEPIC unit substitutes both the power factor correction unit and an also required DC-DC converter. Aim of this topology investigation is the reduction of losses within the topology chain to increase efficiency of the entire charging device.|
|Unique Paper ID: 147752|
Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 10
Page(s): 388 - 393
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