Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Springer Verlag, Volume 394, p.443-452 (2016)

ISBN:

9788132226543

URL:

http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84959130292&partnerID=40&md5=4728d53eea5e2f5a1ab1465095c75a20

Keywords:

Artificial intelligence, Boost rectifier, Couplings, DC-DC converters, Electric rectifiers, Full-wave rectifiers, Inductive link, Inductive power transfer, Inductive power transmission, Magnetic couplings, Magnetic resonant couplings, magnetism, Power transfer efficiency, rectifying circuits, Wireless charging system, Wireless power transfer

Abstract:

Advancements in power electronics have aided in the development of inductive power transfer technologies by providing transmitter coil drivers and converters for conditioning the power received at the receiver coil. But the use of traditional two-stage circuit with half wave or full wave rectifiers and boost converter at the receiver side may be inefficient, as it reduces the total power delivered to the load. As an alternative, single-stage boost rectifier can be used, which is compact and more efficient. This paper introduces an efficient wireless charging system based on resonant magnetic coupling that contains single-stage boost rectifier at receiver. Single-stage rectification and boosting is made possible by the bidirectional conduction capability of MOSFETs. The system is designed and simulated in PSIM software. The overall power transfer efficiency of the system is analyzed for different coupling factors of the inductive links and for different loads. © Springer India 2016.

Notes:

cited By 0; Conference of International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Evolutionary Computations in Engineering Systems, ICAIECES 2015 ; Conference Date: 22 April 2015 Through 23 April 2015; Conference Code:164469

Cite this Research Publication

R. George, Sreekala, M., Dr. K. Deepa, S., D. S., S., D., and A., B. M., “Single-stage boost rectifier for wireless charging of portable devices through magnetic resonant coupling”, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol. 394, pp. 443-452, 2016.

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