Switch-On Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Wireless Charging System Used for Electric Vehicles

  title={Switch-On Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Wireless Charging System Used for Electric Vehicles},
  author={Yanjie Guo and Lifang Wang and Qingwei Zhu and Chenglin Liao and Fang Li},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
This paper presents an equivalent model to analyze switch-on process of dynamic wireless charging system of electric vehicle (EV). In the model, system initial state before switching is considered and the full response is used to describe the switch-on process. First, the system states before and after switching are discussed, and an approximate method is proposed to calculate the initial value of converter dc-side voltage in switch-on unit. Then, equivalent transient sources and system… Expand
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