Increasing Efficiency of a Wireless Energy Transfer System by Spatial Translational Transformation

@article{Li2018IncreasingEO,
  title={Increasing Efficiency of a Wireless Energy Transfer System by Spatial Translational Transformation},
  author={Shichao Li and Fei Sun and Di An and Sailing He},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
  year={2018},
  volume={33},
  pages={3325-3332}
}
A magnetic translational projector (MTP) designed by transformation optics is applied to improve energy transfer efficiency in a wireless power transfer (WPT) system. Our numerical simulation results show the MTP can greatly enhance energy transfer efficiency (e.g., nearly two orders, compared to the case without our MTP) in the WPT system, which is much larger than that of a previous method (i.e., using magnetic super-lens). A 3-D reduced MTP composed of layered isotropic magnetic materials is… 

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