Title of Oral/Poster Presentation

Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Charging

Presenter Information

Reza TavakoliFollow

Class

Article

Graduation Year

2019

College

College of Engineering

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Faculty Mentor

Zaljko Pantic

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Abstract

In this project, dynamic wireless power transfer is employed to charge a 25 kW-electric bus. To this aim, a comprehensive algorithm is proposed for segmented-coil systems which performs four main actions: (i) energizes primary coils (transmitter) successively based on the position of vehicle, (ii) controls the primary coil current at the reference value under no-load and loaded conditions, (iii) compensates lateral misalignments of the vehicle with degrees up to 43% completely, which result in 30% increase in energy efficiency, and (iv) controls the amount of transferred power at the primary side power ratings. This algorithm takes advantage of a dual-loop power and current controller. Using generalized state space averaging the system under study is modelled and through simulation and experimental tests the model has been verified. Then the appropriate controller has been designed and implemented and then its operation was evaluated via Matlab/Simulink simulations and experimental tests. A two-coil primary side system is used to demonstrate the full operation and features of the controlling system. Efficiency measurements of the system also show that the system can have energy efficiency up to 86% while having no lateral misalignment.

Location

Room 155

Start Date

4-13-2017 10:30 AM

End Date

4-13-2017 11:45 AM

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Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Charging

Room 155

In this project, dynamic wireless power transfer is employed to charge a 25 kW-electric bus. To this aim, a comprehensive algorithm is proposed for segmented-coil systems which performs four main actions: (i) energizes primary coils (transmitter) successively based on the position of vehicle, (ii) controls the primary coil current at the reference value under no-load and loaded conditions, (iii) compensates lateral misalignments of the vehicle with degrees up to 43% completely, which result in 30% increase in energy efficiency, and (iv) controls the amount of transferred power at the primary side power ratings. This algorithm takes advantage of a dual-loop power and current controller. Using generalized state space averaging the system under study is modelled and through simulation and experimental tests the model has been verified. Then the appropriate controller has been designed and implemented and then its operation was evaluated via Matlab/Simulink simulations and experimental tests. A two-coil primary side system is used to demonstrate the full operation and features of the controlling system. Efficiency measurements of the system also show that the system can have energy efficiency up to 86% while having no lateral misalignment.