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Sensorless wireless power supply with self-activation of auxiliary capacities in conditions of dynamic changes in the position of the powered object.

The main motivation of the project is to investigate and develop methods to improve the efficiency of dynamic wireless charging at any variable receiver positioning. New models and new inverter topologies, which are characterized by a reduced number of additional elements, are considered the main subject of research. It is expected that by using the matching part of the power transfer circuit as part of the inverter, the redundancy of existing solutions will be reduced. The proposed tests fill the gap in the area of dynamic wireless charging. The new approach, which includes the simultaneous use of magnetic and capacitive coupling, has not yet been further investigated. The results of the preliminary research allow to expect that the proposed approach, apart from the purely scientific aspect (cognitive and stimulating new ideas of wireless charging) will also allow to develop relatively simple solutions of circuits-field dynamic wireless charging systems. The new solutions will at the same time allow to eliminate the currently used and highly developed systems characterized by a large number of sensors, and thus more complex and unreliable. New topologies together with new material technologies of applied elements and control strategies will also allow to make fuller use of topologies of applied power electronic converters.

Details

Project's acronym:
SWPS-SAAC
Financial Program Name:
PRELUDIUM BIS
Organization:
Narodowe Centrum Nauki (NCN) (National Science Centre)
Realisation period:
unknown - unknown
Project manager:
prof. dr hab. inż. Ryszard Strzelecki
Realised in:
Department of Power Electronics and Electrical Machines
Request type:
National Research Programmes
Domestic:
Domestic project
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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