Optimal Efficiency and Power Control of High Efficient Wireless Power Transfer System
The paper discusses with optimal strategy of efficiency and power control for wireless power transfer systems. The proposed method is based on exact setting of phase shift angle between the primary and the secondary voltages. The paper further summarizes fundamental mathematical description and includes supporting simulation results. The possibilities of proposed control and implementation in DSP are briefly described. All theoretical assumptions are verified by laboratory measurement on experimental prototype of WPT system.
KeywordsWireless Power Transfer Efficiency Control Measurement Prototype Simulation
This research has been supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Support of the Czech Republic under the RICE/New Technologies and concepts for smart industrial Systems, project No.LO1607, by funding program of the University of West Bohemia number SGS-2015-038 and by project No. TE01020038.
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