Modeling of Mutual Coupling Between Planar Inductors in Wireless Power Applications

  title={Modeling of Mutual Coupling Between Planar Inductors in Wireless Power Applications},
  author={Salahuddin Raju and Rongxiang Wu and Mansun Chan and C. Patrick Yue},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
This paper presents a compact model of mutual inductance between two planar inductors, which is essential to design and optimize a wireless power transmission system. The tracks of the planar inductors are modeled as constant current carrying filaments, and the mutual inductance between individual filaments is determined by Neumann's integral. The proposed model is derived by solving Neumann's integral using a series expansion technique. This model can predict the mutual inductance at various… CONTINUE READING
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