Elements of Wireless Power Transfer Essential to High Power Charging of Heavy Duty Vehicles

@article{Miller2015ElementsOW,
  title={Elements of Wireless Power Transfer Essential to High Power Charging of Heavy Duty Vehicles},
  author={John M. Miller and Andrew Daga},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={26-39}
}
Scaling wireless charging to power levels suitable for heavy duty passenger vehicles and mass transit bus requires indepth assessment of wireless power transfer (WPT) architectures, component sizing and stress, package size, electrical insulation requirements, parasitic loss elements, and cost minimization. It is demonstrated through an architecture comparison that the voltage rating of the power inverter semiconductors will be higher for inductor-capacitor-capacitor (LCC) than for a more… CONTINUE READING
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