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2014 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC)

The Electrical Insulation Conference is focused on the practical applications of electrical insulating sytsems and materials (including nanodielectrics), the associated diagnostics and field use as applied to all types of electrical and electronic equipment.

  • 2013 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC)

    Held biennially since 1958, the Electrical Insulation Conference is focused on the practical applications of electrical insulating systems and materials (including nanodielectrics), the associated diagnostics, including field use, as applied to all types of electrical and electronic equipment.

  • 2011 Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC) (Formerly EIC/EME)

    The Conference is a venue to discuss the development, application and testing of electrical insulation, usually in high voltage equipment, such as rotating machines, transformers, switchgear, cables, outdoor insulation, live line work, aerospace, and capacitors. Papers are oriented in practical applications, rather than basic research.

  • 2009 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC) (Formerly EIC/EME)

    Electrical insulating materrials and systems, their application to all types of electrical and electronic equipment and associated diagnostics.

  • 2007 Electrical Insulation Conference and Electrical Manufacturing Expo (EIC/EME)


2013 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

The IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV) is the premier annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society. Researchers, academicians, practitioners, and students from universities, industry, and government agencies are invited to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperation. The technical presentations are characterized by a single session format so that all attendees remain in a single room for multilateral communications in an informal atmosphere. Tutorials will be offered on the first day followed by three days of presentations. An exhibition area will be available for the presentation of products.

  • 2012 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

    The INTELLIGENT VEHICLES SYMPOSIUM (IV 2012) is the premier annual forum sponsored by the IEEE INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS SOCIETY (ITSS). Researchers, academicians, practitioners, and students from universities, industry, and government agencies are invited to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperation. The technical presentations are characterized by a single session format so that all attendees remain in a single room for multilateral communications in an informal atmosphere.

  • 2011 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

    THE INTELLIGENT VEHICLES SYMPOSIUM (IV'11) is the premier annual forum sponsored by the IEEE INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS SOCIETY (ITSS). Researchers, academicians, practitioners, and students from universities, industry, and government agencies are invited to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Intelligent Infrastructures. The technical presentations are characterized by a single session format so that all attendees remain in a single room for multilateral communications in

  • 2010 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

    THE INTELLIGENT VEHICLES SYMPOSIUM (IV'10) is the premier annual forum sponsored by the IEEE INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS SOCITY (ITSS). Researchers, academicians, practitioners and students from universities, industry, and government agencies are invited to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Intelligent Infrastructures.

  • 2009 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

    It gathers researchers from industry and universities to discuss research and applications for Intelligent Vehicles and Intelligent Infrastructures. The technical presentations are characterized by a single session format so that all attendees remain in a single room for multilateral communications in an informal atmosphere. Most of the papers will be poster presentations. Papers dealing with all aspects of vehicle-related intelligent systems and cooperation between vehicles and infrastructures are solicite

  • 2008 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

  • 2007 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)

  • 2006 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV)


2013 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES)

The International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES'13) is an annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Society. It brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss vehicle electronics, and safety systems research and practice. ICVES'13 welcomes papers dealing with any aspect of vehicle electronics and safety systems.

  • 2012 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2012)

    The 2012 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 12) is an annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society and it brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss vehicle electronics, and safety systems research and practice. ICVES 12 welcomes papers dealing with any aspect of vehicle electronics and safety systems. ICVES is the Conference the ITS Society has specifically identified for presentations on Electric Vehicles, Hybrid and Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle related presentations. Researchers in these areas are especially encouraged to submit their latest results and attend.

  • 2011 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2011)

    The International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES'11) is an annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Society. It brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss vehicle electronics, and safety systems research and practice. ICVES 11 welcomes papers dealing with any aspect of vehicle electronics and safety systems.

  • 2010 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2010)

    It is a forum for researchers from industry and universities to discuss research and applications in vehicle electronics, and vehicle safety-related intelligent systems.

  • 2009 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2009)

    Advance the academic and industrial research and development associated with vehicle electronics and electronics enabled safety

  • 2008 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2008)

    ICVES 2008 is an annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Society. It brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss vehicle electronics, and safety systems research and practice. ICVES welcomes papers dealing with any aspect of vehicle electronics and safety systems.

  • 2007 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2007)

    The International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety is an annual forum sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Society. It brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss vehicle electronics, and safety systems research and practice. ICVES welcomes papers dealing with any aspect of vehicle electronics and safety systems.

  • 2006 IEEE International Conference on Vehicular Electronics and Safety (ICVES 2006)

    Research and application


2013 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

VGreen Car - Electric Propelled System 1. HEV, Plug-In HEV, BEV System Design 2. Fuel Cell and FCEV/FCHEV System Design 3. Electronic Actuator and Electric Machinery for Vehicle Applications 4. Power Electronics and Converter for Vehicle Applications 5. Motor Drives for Vehicle Applications 6. Battery, Energy Storage System and their Management Systems for xEVs 7. Renewable Energy and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) 8. Advanced Powertrain Controls for xEVs 9. Charging System including Interface Couplers 10. Smart Grid and Electrical Infrastructure for xEVs 11. Other Applications Intelligent Car 12. Intelligent Vehicle for Safety (included V2V) 13. Telematics (included V2I) 14. Network and Imbedded System for Vehicle 15. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) in xEVs 16. Other Applications High Efficiency Transportation 17. Conventional Vehicle System Design 18. Advanced Automotive Power and Propulsion 19. Railway, Ship, Air, and Space Vehicles 20. Mechanical, Hydraulic

  • 2012 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Topic 1: HEV, BEV, FCEV and Plug-In EV System Design. Topic 2: Automotive Actuator and Electric Machinery Topic 3: Power Converter for Automotive Applications Topic 4: Motor Drives for Vehicle Applications Topic 5: Energy and Power Management for xEVs Topic 6: Charging System including Interface Couplers Topic 7: Smart Grid and Electrical Infrastructure Topic 8: Intelligent Vehicle for Safety (included V2V) Topic 9: Telematics (included V2I) Topic 10: Imbedded System for Vehicle Topic 11: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) in xEVs Topic 12: Conventional Vehicle System Design Topic 13: Advanced Automotive Power and Propulsion Topic 14: Railway, Ship, Air, and Space Vehicles Topic 15: Mechanical, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Topic 16: Modeling, Simulation, Emissions and Control

  • 2011 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Vehicular Power Electronics, Motor Drives, and Electric Machines; Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Smart Grid, and Electrical Infrastructure; Energy Storage; Fuel Cell and Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles; Land Vehicles; Sea, Undersea, Air, and Space Vehicles; Mechanical, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic Systems; Modeling, Simulation, Emissions, and Control.

  • 2010 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Power Electronics, Electric Drives, Electric Vehicles, Hybrid vehicles, motion control, transportation systems

  • 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    The 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC09) will be held in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. The conference is co-sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) and IEEE Vehicular Technology (VT). This year the conference will feature the theme of Sustainability: hybrid, plug-in, fuel cell and battery technology. The conference also features keynote speakers from top executives from the major automotive companies, and a banquet at the Henry Ford Museum.

  • 2008 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    The IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) is a top-level international conference in the field of electric/hybrid vehicles, co-sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. It addresses the state-of-the-art and recent achievements in vehicular power and propulsion systems, automotive energy storage systems, electric/hybrid vehicles, and vehicular electronics.


2013 International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)

Main Topics1) PM, DC Machines and Drives2) Power Converters/Inverters3) Induction Machines and Drives4) Synchronous Machines and Drives5) Linear Machines and Magnetic Levitation6) Special Machines and Applications7) Renewable Energy and Related Topics8) Field Analysis and Computational Method9) Motion Control10) Fault and Diagnosis11) Designing, Manufacturing, Testing and Standards12) Transformers and High Voltage Machines13) OthersSpecial Topics1) High Speed Machine and Drives2) Personal Mobility3) EMI/EMC4) High Speed Train5) xEVs and Applications6) In-wheel Motors and Drives7) x-by-wire TechnologySpecial Topics1. High Speed Machine and Drives2. Personal Mobility3. In-wheel Motors and Drives4. x-by-wire Technology5. Electric Propulsion6. High Speed Train

  • 2012 15th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)

    The conference will provide a big opportunity for researchers and professionals from all over the world to present the latest researches and developments and to exchange useful information and experiences in the fields of electrical machines and systems such as motor drive systems, turbine generators, linear machines, transformers, electric vehicles, renewable energy, power converters, etc.

  • 2011 International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)

    Electrical machines, power electronics and systems.

  • 2010 International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)

    1) Power Converters/Inverters 2) Systems for Renewable Energy 3) Motor Drives 4) PM Machines and DC Machines 5) Induction, Synchronous Machines 6) Transformers and High Voltage Machines 7) Linear Machines 8) Special Machines and Their Applications 9) Field Analysis and optimal Design Technologies 10) Electrical Technologies for the Next Generation Vehicle

  • 2009 International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)

    The aims of ICEMS2009 are to provide an opportunity for scientists and experts to present the latest research developments in the field of electrical machines and systems (rotating and other machines, power electronics, motion control, and motor drives) and to exchange useful information and experiences in research, trends and applications.


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Intelligent Transportation Systems, IEEE Transactions on

The theoretical, experimental and operational aspects of electrical and electronics engineering and information technologies as applied to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Intelligent Transportation Systems are defined as those systems utilizing synergistic technologies and systems engineering concepts to develop and improve transportation systems of all kinds. The scope of this interdisciplinary activity includes the promotion, consolidation and coordination of ITS technical ...


Proceedings of the IEEE

The most highly-cited general interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science, the Proceedings is the best way to stay informed on an exemplary range of topics. This journal also holds the distinction of having the longest useful archival life of any EE or computer related journal in the world! Since 1913, the Proceedings of the IEEE has been the ...


Vehicular Technology Magazine, IEEE

The IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine will seek to publishs peer-reviewed articles in the following areas of interest: The theoretical, experimental, application and operational aspects of electrical and electronic engineering relevant to motor vehicles and associated land transportation infrastructure: (a) Mobile radio shall include technologies appropriate to terrestrial mobile vehicular services. (b) Motor vehicles shall include the components, systems and motive ...


Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology was one of the most-cited journals, ranking number-six (tying with IEEE Communications Letters) in telecommunications in 2002, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2002 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. This periodical covers land, airborne, and maritime mobile services; portable or hand-carried and citizens' communications services, when used as an adjunct to ...



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Xplore Articles related to Electric Vehicles

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Investigation of vehicle immunity against RF noise

Chih-Lun Wang; Chingchi Chen 2015 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), 2015

In this paper, the radiated immunity problem of the Electronic Control Modules (ECUs) on a vehicle is investigated using the transfer function method, which characterizes the system frequency response by measuring the attenuation of the signal through the cable harness. A simple bench test methodology is described to obtain the system characteristics. Based on the findings in the transfer function, ...


A sealed bipolar lead acid battery for small electric vehicles

J. L. Arias; D. L. Harbaugh; E. D. Drake; D. W. Boughn Proceedings of 11th Annual Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, 1996

Arias Research Associates (ARA) has been developing its sealed bipolar lead- acid (SBLA) battery technology since 1990 for eventual application in electric vehicles (EVs) The successful development of small SBLA batteries (up to 48 V, 10 Ah) for use in small electric vehicles (electric powered bicycles, motor scooters, wheelchairs, etc.), is reported together with specifications and preliminary test data. Performance ...


Guest Editorial for the Special Series on Smart Grid Communications

Nada Golmie; Sean Smith; Lang Tong; Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia; Sumit Roy; Jelena Misic; Ram Rajagopal IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2014

The sixteen articles in this special section explore advances in communication technologies that have the potential for improving energy efficiency and realizing the smart grid vision. The articles tackle important challenges with respect to smart grid communications and include a wide range of topics such as electric load models, electric vehicle charging, models for demand response, power management optimization and ...


Optimization of low-power brushless direct current motors

Ion Vlad; Sorin Enache; Monica Enache 2015 9th International Symposium on Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering (ATEE), 2015

Optimal design of an electrical machine is associated with an investigation of the operation conditions of the machine, of the environment and of the driving system of the equipment. The interest for person transporting two-wheel vehicles driven by brushless direct current motors has increased lately; consequently, new researches regarding design and optimal construction of these motors are very present. There ...


Bolder TMF technology applied to hybrid electric vehicle power-assist operation

R. F. Nelson Proceedings of 11th Annual Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, 1996

Bolder technologies corporation has developed a thin metal film (TMF) technology that results in valve-regulated lead-acid cells and batteries that have outstanding power characteristics both on charge and discharge. These properties make TMF cells suitable as the power-assist component in a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) system. The basic construction and operating principles of the Bolder 2 V/1.2 Ah cell are ...


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Investigation of vehicle immunity against RF noise

Chih-Lun Wang; Chingchi Chen 2015 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), 2015

In this paper, the radiated immunity problem of the Electronic Control Modules (ECUs) on a vehicle is investigated using the transfer function method, which characterizes the system frequency response by measuring the attenuation of the signal through the cable harness. A simple bench test methodology is described to obtain the system characteristics. Based on the findings in the transfer function, ...


A sealed bipolar lead acid battery for small electric vehicles

J. L. Arias; D. L. Harbaugh; E. D. Drake; D. W. Boughn Proceedings of 11th Annual Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, 1996

Arias Research Associates (ARA) has been developing its sealed bipolar lead- acid (SBLA) battery technology since 1990 for eventual application in electric vehicles (EVs) The successful development of small SBLA batteries (up to 48 V, 10 Ah) for use in small electric vehicles (electric powered bicycles, motor scooters, wheelchairs, etc.), is reported together with specifications and preliminary test data. Performance ...


Guest Editorial for the Special Series on Smart Grid Communications

Nada Golmie; Sean Smith; Lang Tong; Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia; Sumit Roy; Jelena Misic; Ram Rajagopal IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2014

The sixteen articles in this special section explore advances in communication technologies that have the potential for improving energy efficiency and realizing the smart grid vision. The articles tackle important challenges with respect to smart grid communications and include a wide range of topics such as electric load models, electric vehicle charging, models for demand response, power management optimization and ...


Optimization of low-power brushless direct current motors

Ion Vlad; Sorin Enache; Monica Enache 2015 9th International Symposium on Advanced Topics in Electrical Engineering (ATEE), 2015

Optimal design of an electrical machine is associated with an investigation of the operation conditions of the machine, of the environment and of the driving system of the equipment. The interest for person transporting two-wheel vehicles driven by brushless direct current motors has increased lately; consequently, new researches regarding design and optimal construction of these motors are very present. There ...


Bolder TMF technology applied to hybrid electric vehicle power-assist operation

R. F. Nelson Proceedings of 11th Annual Battery Conference on Applications and Advances, 1996

Bolder technologies corporation has developed a thin metal film (TMF) technology that results in valve-regulated lead-acid cells and batteries that have outstanding power characteristics both on charge and discharge. These properties make TMF cells suitable as the power-assist component in a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) system. The basic construction and operating principles of the Bolder 2 V/1.2 Ah cell are ...


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    The IEEE-USA-sponsored symposium, Plug-in Hybrids: Accelerating Progress 2007, investigated the technology and policy challenges of commercializing plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The first of a three-part series of transcripts from the symposium, looks at Electrification, Fuel Economy & the Environment; Plug- in Vehicles & the Electric Grid; New Technology Challenges & Opportunities; and The Need for Federal Action Now. Keynote speakers included Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington state, FERC Commissioner Jon Wellinghoff, and former CIA director and founding member of the Set America Free Coalition, R. James Woolsey. Developed by Bill Williams, Senior Legislative Representative for IEEE-USA Technology Policy.

  • Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Cancel

    In the inductive power transfer systems (IPTS) of wireless electric vehicles (WEV), the electromagnetic field (EMF) should be lowered for the safety of pedestrians. In general, the EMF should be canceled for every space, time, and load condition of interest. Three generalized design methods for canceling the EMF of WEV are explained in this chapter.By adding active EMF cancel coils to each primary main coil and secondary main coil, respectively, the EMF generated from each main coil can be independently canceled by their corresponding cancel coils. Moreover, the EMF can be successfully mitigated if a dominant EMF source only is canceled with a 3 dB margin, which can be applied to any resonant???type wireless power transfer system. Furthermore, no significant power drop may occur if the cancel coils are placed away from the magnetic coupling path.Design examples are shown for U???type and W???type IPTS as well as a wireless stationary EV charger. Experimental verifications are shown for a recently developed I???type IPTS, which has a narrow rail width structure with alternating magnetic polarity along with a roadway. The proposed design methods have been demonstrated, without a loss of generality, to only the secondary coil, where a relatively large EMF is generated due to high ampere???turns. An optimum spacing for cancel coils from the main coils and an optimum number of turns are determined. Through experiments, additional EMF mitigation techniques such as the magnetic mirror method, separating pick???up rectifiers, and passive Al plate are provided. Thus, the EMF at 1 m distance from the center of a pick???up becomes under 4.4 ??T even for the maximum power of 12 kW.This chapter is based on the paper by S.Y. Choi, B.W. Gu, S.W. Lee, W.Y. Lee, J. Huh, and C.T. Rim, ???Generalized active EMF cancel methods for wireless electric vehicles,??? IEEE Trans. on Power Elect ronics, vol. 29, no. 11, pp. 5770???5783, November 2014.

  • Theories for Inductive Power Transfer (IPT)

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    The IEEE-USA-sponsored symposium, Plug-in Hybrids: Accelerating Progress 2007, investigated the technology and policy challenges of commercializing plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The second of a three-part series of transcripts from the symposium, looks at Electrification, Fuel Economy & the Environment; Plug-in Vehicles & the Electric Grid; New Technology Challenges & Opportunities; and The Need for Federal Action Now. Keynote speakers included Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington state, FERC Commissioner Jon Wellinghoff, and former CIA director and founding member of the Set America Free Coalition, R. James Woolsey. Developed by Bill Williams, Senior Legislative Representative for IEEE-USA Technology Policy.

  • Electric and Plug???In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

    Shortage of petroleum is considered as one of the most critical worldwide issues today. At the same time, as of today, car owners worldwide, in general, spend more money at the gas station than they have done ever before. The most practical solution to the transportation industry oil???consumption crisis problems lies in commercially viable electric and plug???in hybrid electric vehicles (EVs and PHEVs). EVs and PHEVs present a significant opportunity to reduce greenhouse gases and dependence on oil. Major automotive companies have already developed exciting new EVs. This chapter presents the structure and basic design aspects of EVs and PHEVs. Future trends in EV manufacturing are also presented. Integration of EVs with green, renewable energy sources is presented, along with an introduction to the design of such systems. Various charging scenarios for EV batteries is presented, when charging at home, at work, or in between routes. Future advanced battery charging infrastructures, such as from combined PV and grid sources are also presented.

  • Reinventing the Automobile for Urban Use

    This chapter contains sections titled: Limitations of Existing Vehicle Designs for Urban Use, Potential for a New Type of 100-Inch, 1,000-Pound Vehicle: The USV, The Simplicity of Battery-Electric Vehicles, Wheel Motors, Robot Wheels, Emerging Vehicle Concepts, The MIT Media Laboratory's CityCar, Project P.U.M.A. (Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility, Affordability, Summary: USVs Designed for Cities, Not Cities Designed around Cars

  • Large Tolerance Design

    To have a large lateral tolerance is crucial for commercialization of road???powered electric vehicles (RPEVs). If you produce a large pick???up to meet the large tolerance, then EMF will increase and efficiency will decrease. A good design that allows large tolerance as well as low EMF and high efficiency is therefore required. Self???decoupled dual pick???up coils for large lateral tolerance and low EMF for pedestrians are explained in this chapter.Analytical models are developed that are applicable to any self???decoupled coils, regardless of the coil types, such as single/dual pick???ups and core/coreless coils. An optimum decoupling distance between adjacent pick???up coils is determined and found to be independent of the existence of a core plate. Maximum load power over a large lateral tolerance is obtained for the optimum decoupling distance. The proposed models are so general that they can be applied to any self???decoupled pick???up coils for stationary charging and dynamic charging systems. Moreover, the self???decoupled coils are compatible with any compensation method such as serial, parallel, and serial???parallel. A prototype system of 1.5 kW and Q = 60 for road???powered electrical vehicles was implemented and showed fairly good agreement with the theoretical models and simulations. The measured lateral tolerance was 90 cm, which is about 1.5 times that of the coil width.This chapter is based on the paper by S.Y. Choi, S.Y. Jeong, E.S. Lee, B.W. Gu, S.W. Lee, and C.T. Rim, ???Generalized models on self???decoupled dual pick???up coils for a large lateral tolerance,??? IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, vol. 30, no. 11, pp. 6434???6445, November 2015.

  • Coupled Coil Model

    The core of an inductive power transfer (IPT) system can be said to be coupled inductors. In this chapter, the coupled coils are modeled as equivalent circuits. We will start from the general distributed inductor case and then derive a lumped element circuit model. Furthermore, we will derive the transformer model and M???model, which correspond to an explicit transformer and mutual coupled coil, respectively. These two models are related to each other and shown to be equivalent. Finally, the T???model, which has a T???shaped structure of three inductors, is introduced and also related to the previous two models; these three models are generally unified in this book as the model of IPT.

  • Free???Space Omnidirectional Mobile Chargers

    As an extended work of the single dipole coil in the previous chapters, crossed dipole coils for the wide???range three???dimensional omnidirectional inductive power transfer (IPT) are explained in this chapter. Free positioning of a plane receiving (Rx) coil is obtained for an arbitrary direction within 1 m from a plane transmission (Tx) coil. Both the Tx and Rx coils consist of crossed dipole coils with an orthogonal phase difference; hence, a rotating magnetic field is generated from the Tx, which enables the Rx to receive power vertically or horizontally. Thus, the three???dimensional omnidirectional IPT is first realized for both the plate type Tx and Rx coils, which is crucial for practical applications where volumetric coil structure is highly prohibited. This optimized configuration of coils has been obtained through a general classification of power transfer and searching for mathematical constraints on multidimensional omnidirectional IPT. Conventional loop coils are thoroughly analyzed and verified to be inadequate for the plate???type omnidirectional IPT in this chapter. A simulation???based design of the proposed crossed dipole coils for a uniform magnetic field distribution is provided and the three???dimensional omnidirectional IPT is experimentally verified by prototype Rx coils for a wireless power zone of 1 m3 with a prototype Tx coil of 1 m2 at an operating frequency of 280 kHz, meeting the Power Matters Alliance (PMA). The maximum overall efficiency was 33.6% when the input power was 100 W.This chapter is based on the paper by B.H. Choi, E.S. Lee, Y.H. Sohn, G.C. Jang, and C.T. Rim, ???Six degrees of freedom mobile inductive power transfer by crossed dipole Tx and Rx coils,??? IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 3252???3272, April 2016.

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