publication . Article . 2018

An Improved Wireless Battery Charging System

Woo-Seok Lee; Jin-Hak Kim; Shin-Young Cho; Il-Oun Lee;
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  • Published: 29 Mar 2018 Journal: Energies (issn: 1996-1073, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
This paper presents a direct wireless battery charging system. The output current of the series-series compensated wireless power transfer (SS-WPT) system is used as a current source, and the output voltage of AC-DC converter controls the current source. Therefore, the proposed wireless battery charging system needs no battery charging circuit to carry out charging profiles, and can solve space constraints and thermal problems in many battery applications. In addition, the proposed wireless battery charging system can implement easily most other charging profiles. In this paper, the proposed wireless battery charging system is implemented and the feasibility is ...
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arXiv: Computer Science::Networking and Internet Architecture
ACM Computing Classification System: Hardware_GENERAL
free text keywords: wireless battery charging system, wireless power transfer, series-series compensated circuit, Technology, T, General Computer Science, Engineering, business.industry, business, Wireless, Electronic engineering, Voltage, Battery (electricity), Current source
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publication . Article . 2018

An Improved Wireless Battery Charging System

Woo-Seok Lee; Jin-Hak Kim; Shin-Young Cho; Il-Oun Lee;