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Title: Primary topology selection and conversion in short-segmented on-road charging system for electrical vehicles
Authors: Han Liu;Linlin Tan;Xueliang Huang;Changxin Yan;Jinpeng Guo;Wei Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: In an on-road charging system for electric vehicles where short-segmented primary coils are energised one by one, a serious power slump occurs when a secondary coil is placed in the middle of two primary coils. This issue can be tackled by powering double segmented primary coils simultaneously. First, four circuit topologies are established based on different connections of double primary coils. Then, a method of flux linkage superposition is utilised to identify two effective topologies. Forward series connection topology is further identified as an optimal selection based on performance comparison. In addition, topology conversion points are figured out after a comparison between the curve of received power in the single primary coil model and that in the double primary coil model. Afterwards, the topology conversion strategy, that is conversion of primary circuit topologies and adjustment of source frequency, is proposed to restrain the power slump. Finally, experiments are carried out to verify the theoretical analysis including primary topology selection and conversion strategy. Results show that with the application of the topology conversion strategy, the received power rises from 9.6 to 18.7 W when the secondary coil is located in the middle of the two primary coils.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/154037
volume: 10
issue: 4
More Information: 499,
507
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: Primary topology selection and conversion in short-segmented on-road charging system for electrical vehicles
Authors: Han Liu;Linlin Tan;Xueliang Huang;Changxin Yan;Jinpeng Guo;Wei Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: In an on-road charging system for electric vehicles where short-segmented primary coils are energised one by one, a serious power slump occurs when a secondary coil is placed in the middle of two primary coils. This issue can be tackled by powering double segmented primary coils simultaneously. First, four circuit topologies are established based on different connections of double primary coils. Then, a method of flux linkage superposition is utilised to identify two effective topologies. Forward series connection topology is further identified as an optimal selection based on performance comparison. In addition, topology conversion points are figured out after a comparison between the curve of received power in the single primary coil model and that in the double primary coil model. Afterwards, the topology conversion strategy, that is conversion of primary circuit topologies and adjustment of source frequency, is proposed to restrain the power slump. Finally, experiments are carried out to verify the theoretical analysis including primary topology selection and conversion strategy. Results show that with the application of the topology conversion strategy, the received power rises from 9.6 to 18.7 W when the secondary coil is located in the middle of the two primary coils.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/154037
volume: 10
issue: 4
More Information: 499,
507
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7887413.pdf4.97 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Primary topology selection and conversion in short-segmented on-road charging system for electrical vehicles
Authors: Han Liu;Linlin Tan;Xueliang Huang;Changxin Yan;Jinpeng Guo;Wei Wang
Year: 2017
Publisher: IET
Abstract: In an on-road charging system for electric vehicles where short-segmented primary coils are energised one by one, a serious power slump occurs when a secondary coil is placed in the middle of two primary coils. This issue can be tackled by powering double segmented primary coils simultaneously. First, four circuit topologies are established based on different connections of double primary coils. Then, a method of flux linkage superposition is utilised to identify two effective topologies. Forward series connection topology is further identified as an optimal selection based on performance comparison. In addition, topology conversion points are figured out after a comparison between the curve of received power in the single primary coil model and that in the double primary coil model. Afterwards, the topology conversion strategy, that is conversion of primary circuit topologies and adjustment of source frequency, is proposed to restrain the power slump. Finally, experiments are carried out to verify the theoretical analysis including primary topology selection and conversion strategy. Results show that with the application of the topology conversion strategy, the received power rises from 9.6 to 18.7 W when the secondary coil is located in the middle of the two primary coils.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/154037
volume: 10
issue: 4
More Information: 499,
507
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
7887413.pdf4.97 MBAdobe PDF