Daniela Wolter Ferreira

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Transcutaneous Energy Transmitters (TET) are usually devices composed of two pancake coils to transfer wireless energy through an inductive link from outside to inside the body of a patient. The simulation of the misalignment between the coils must be performed in 3-dimensions, e.g. with Finite Elements (FE). This paper introduces a homogenization method to(More)
The use of artificial organs completely implanted in the body of the patient requires a design of a Transcutaneous Energy Transmitters (TET) as small as possible and that meets several project requirements. In this paper an optimization method is used to minimize the volume of the TET assuring the transmission of power, load voltage and limited winding(More)
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