Performance Investigation of HFR Full-bridge Inverter in Resonant Inductive Coupled Power Transfer System for an Electric Vehicle

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https://doi.org/10.4108/ew.5227

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Wireless Charging Technique, Electric Vehicle, Battery Charging Type, Resonant Inductively Coupled Power Transfer, High-Frequency inverter, Wireless Power Transmission, WPT

Abstract

Inductive WPT of the resonant category is generally employed for medium and high-power transmission applications like electric vehicle charging due to it contributes excellent efficiency. The high-frequency resonant full-bridge inverter using series-series resonant topology is proposed. The design of the high-frequency resonant inverter is simulated and verified by MATLAB/SIMULINK software. The charging scheme which is available in the AC-DC as well as in the DC-DC converter should operate with the two steps to achieve a duty cycle-based voltage control and hysteresis current control. The resonant frequency of the proposed system has a frequency range of 65 kHz with a DC voltage of 12V. The simulation has been carried out successfully and transmitted a 5KW power load of constant current and voltage control. The Performance chart of with the existing method is carried out in terms of parameters and the efficiency can be achieved by 95%.

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28-02-2024

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Geetha P, Usha S. Performance Investigation of HFR Full-bridge Inverter in Resonant Inductive Coupled Power Transfer System for an Electric Vehicle. EAI Endorsed Trans Energy Web [Internet]. 2024 Feb. 28 [cited 2024 Apr. 21];11. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/ew/article/view/5227