Analysis, design and implementation of a residential inductive contactless energy transfer system with multiple mobile clamps
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This study presents the analysis, design and implementation of a simple and cost-effective residential inductive contactless energy transfer system with multiple mobile clamps. The topology is based on the cascaded connection of a buck converter and a high-frequency resonant inverter loaded by several output passive rectifiers. The proposed system includes a sliding transformer to supply the mobile loads, leading to a safe and flexible location of loads. The theoretical analysis and design of the proposed system is based on a mathematical model derived using the first harmonic approximation. Selected experimental results are included to verify the system features. In comparison with conventional topology, the proposed system significantly improves efficiency, complexity and cost.
CitationMomeneh, A., Castilla, M., Moradi, M., Miret, J., Garcia de Vicuña, J. Analysis, design and implementation of a residential inductive contactless energy transfer system with multiple mobile clamps. "IET power electronics", 30 Juny 2017, vol. 10, núm. 8, p. 875-883.