Compensate Capacitor Optimization for Kilowatt-Level Magnetically Resonant Wireless Charging System

  title={Compensate Capacitor Optimization for Kilowatt-Level Magnetically Resonant Wireless Charging System},
  author={Qingwei Zhu and Lifang Wang and Chenglin Liao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
Magnetically resonant wireless power transfer (WPT) technique excels in delivering power over a relatively long distance, and WPT systems for bio-implants have been successfully developed. However, the preconception of resonant-operating results in a fact that most previous works pay little attention to the optimization of the compensate capacitors; these design methods cannot meet the newly arisen challenges when designing a high-power wireless charging system (WCS) for electric vehicles (EVs… Expand
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