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Magnetic Design for Three-Phase Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer with Constant Output Power

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posted on 02.05.2022, 20:22 authored by Aaron BrovontAaron Brovont, Dionysios Aliprantis, Steven Pekarek

This paper details the design of a three-phase transmitter-receiver topology for use in a dynamic wireless power transfer (DWPT) system for heavy-duty electric vehicles. The proposed approach and topology eliminate the power oscillation and voltage/current sharing problems that plague planar three-phase DWPT systems. Multi-objective optimization is employed to maximize magnetic coupling and minimize undesired positive--negative sequence coupling, yielding a Pareto-optimal front that delineates the tradeoff between the two objectives for the proposed topology. Selected designs are simulated for a 200-kW/m DWPT system, verifying the elimination of power oscillation and phase imbalance with minimal impact on magnetic performance.

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NSF Engineering Research Center for Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification (ASPIRE)

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Indiana Department of Transportation and Purdue University Joint Transportation Research Program

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brovont@purdue.edu

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0000-0003-3171-8042

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Purdue University

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United States of America