International Journal of Research in Advanced Electronics Engineering
2020, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part A
Electric vehicle charging by using wireless power transfer method
Author(s): Jay Chen
Abstract: The major drawback of the battery charging in traditional electric vehicles is the use of plug-in charging devices. The aim of this paper is to propose a wireless battery charging method, in addition to power transfer, data related to battery status, vehicle ID code, or emergency messages can be simultaneously transferred between the grid and vehicle. This work applies inductive power transfer (IPT) to complete the charging system. The proposed control system can monitor the operating status on the secondary (vehicle) side in real time and adjust charging current depending on the battery status. Furthermore, the proposed mechanism is able to make an immediate stop, if there is any contingency, such as overcharging voltage or current. This will be beneficial to efficient and safety concern during the charging process.
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Jay Chen. Electric vehicle charging by using wireless power transfer method. Int J Res Adv Electron Eng 2020;1(1):13-18.