Development of 1-MW Inductive Power Transfer System for a High-Speed Train

  title={Development of 1-MW Inductive Power Transfer System for a High-Speed Train},
  author={Jae-hee Kim and Byung-Song Lee and Junho Lee and Seung-Hwan Lee and Chan-Bae Park and Shin-Myung Jung and Soo-Gil Lee and Kyung-Pyo Yi and Jeihoon Baek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
Design and fabrication of a 1-MW inductive power transfer (IPT) system that supplies power to the vehicle in real time without any battery charge is proposed for a high-speed train. The IPT system consists of a 1-MW resonant inverter, a 128-m transmitter, four pickups, including rectifiers, and a wireless feedback network to maintain a constant output voltage of the pickups. The operating frequency of the system is 60 kHz to achieve efficient power transfer with a large air gap. The measured… CONTINUE READING
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