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Review of Contactless Energy Transfer Concept Applied to Inductive Power Transfer Systems in Electric Vehicles

Abstract : Nowadays the groundbreaking tools of contactless energy transfer reveals new opportunities to supply portable devices with electrical energy by eliminating cables and connectors. One of the important applications of such technology is the energy providing to electric and hybrid vehicles, (EV) and (HEV). These contribute to the use of cleaner energy to protect our environment. In the present paper, after exposing the contactless energy transfer (CET) available systems, we examine the appropriateness of these systems for EV. After such exploration, it is shown that the most suitable solution is the inductive power transfer (IPT) issue. We analyze such procedure in general and indicate its main usages. Next, we consider the practice of IPT in EV and the different option in the energy managing in EV and HEV concerning battery charging. Following, we review the modes of using the IPT in immobile case and in on-road running. Following, the modeling issues for the IPT system escorting the vehicle structure are then exposed. Lastly, the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and human exposure analyses are assessed involving typical appliance. View Full-Text
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Adel Razek. Review of Contactless Energy Transfer Concept Applied to Inductive Power Transfer Systems in Electric Vehicles. Applied Sciences, MDPI, 2021, 11 (7), pp.3221. ⟨10.3390/app11073221⟩. ⟨hal-03196006⟩

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