Improving the Misalignment Tolerance of Wireless Charging System by Optimizing the Compensate Capacitor

@article{Zhu2015ImprovingTM,
  title={Improving the Misalignment Tolerance of Wireless Charging System by Optimizing the Compensate Capacitor},
  author={Qingwei Zhu and Yanjie Guo and Lifang Wang and Chenglin Liao and Fang Li},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={4832-4836}
}
In this paper, we present a simple method to extend the feasible rated charging zone of a four-coil coupled wireless charging system (WCS) by optimizing the compensate capacitors of the coils. With the proposed optimizing method, the tolerant lateral misalignment of our WCS prototype has been extended to 44.3% of the coil size, achieving a 38.3% relative improvement. 
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