Wireless Charging System for Electric Vehicles Using Transmitter and Receiver Coil
Prajwal karutkar, Sandeep k. mude , Prajwal sakhare, Siddharth waghmare , Vishal sahare
Wireless power transfer; Resonance; Inductance; Electric vehicles; High frequency converter
Wireless Power Transmission (WPT) has become a widely embraced technology, making significant strides in diverse fields. This innovative method enables the seamless transfer of power from a source to an electrical load, eliminating the need for physical interconnections. Particularly advantageous in scenarios where traditional wiring is impractical, WPT operates on the principle of mutual inductance. The automotive sector, specifically Electric Vehicles (EVs), holds promising prospects for this technology. This paper focuses on the ongoing research and development of wireless charging systems for EVs, employing resonance coupling to efficiently transmit power and construct functional charging infrastructures. The system components encompass an AC source, transmission coil, reception coil, converter, and the electric load, represented by the vehicle's battery
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Unique Paper ID: 164326

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 1383 - 1387
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