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2020 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS)

The International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) is the flagship conference of the IEEE Circuits and Systems (CAS) Society and the world’s premier networking and exchange forum for researchers in the highly active fields of theory, design and implementation of circuits and systems. ISCAS2020 focuses on the deployment of CASS knowledge towards Society Grand Challenges and highlights the strong foundation in methodology and the integration of multidisciplinary approaches which are the distinctive features of CAS contributions. The worldwide CAS community is exploiting such CASS knowledge to change the way in which devices and circuits are understood, optimized, and leveraged in a variety of systems and applications.


2018 15th International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision (ICARCV)

Control: Adaptive control; Robust control; Process control; Complex systems; Co-operative control; Identification and estimation; Nonlinear systems; Intelligent systems; Discrete event systems; Hybrid systems; Networked control systems; Sensor networks; Multi-agent systems; Delay systems; Neural networks; Fuzzy systems; Control of biological systems; Precision motion control; Control applications; Control engineering education; Marine systems; Data analytics. Automation: Man-machine interactions; Process automation; Intelligent automation; Factory modeling and simulation; Home, laboratory and service automation; Network-based systems; Planning, scheduling and coordination; Nano-scale automation and assembly; Instrumentation systems; Biomedical instrumentation and applications; Building energy efficiency. Robotics: Modeling and identification; multi-robot systems; Robot control; Mobile robotics; Mobile sensor networks; Perception systems; Micro robots and micro-manipulation;



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A method for aligning of transmitting and receiving coils of electric vehicle wireless charging based on binocular vision

2017 IEEE Conference on Energy Internet and Energy System Integration (EI2), 2017

For the inefficient wireless charging between the electric vehicle transmitting coil and receiving coil cannot be accurately aligned, this paper puts forward a specific solving method for aligning of electric vehicle transmitting coil and receiving coil based on binocular vision. Firstly, this method collects image of the parking space through the binocular vision system and then preprocess the image, with ...


A practical investigation of a high power, bidirectional charging system for electric vehicles

2014 16th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications, 2014

In the last few years, there has been a very high interest in inductive charging systems for electric vehicles, as they have many advantages compared to cable connected solutions. The power rating of most of these systems is kept around 3.3 kW, which leads to very long charging times. The following paper presents an inductive charging system rated for a ...


Magnetic Resonance Coupling Modelling for Electric Vehicles Wireless Charging

2018 IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 2018

Due to the fast-growing market for the electric vehicle, it is necessary that the drawbacks involved in it should be overcome, therefore introducing wireless charging technique which is more convenient as battery cost, recharge time and weight has been removed. Different wireless charging techniques for electric vehicles are discussed. The feasibility of wireless power transfer for Electric Vehicles by electromagnetic ...


Design and magnetic properties of electric vehicle wireless charging system

2015 IEEE International Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2015

With energy issue gradually going prominent, new power sources has been increasingly focused . Under the circumstance that it is an inexorable trend of electric vehicle's scale development, much attention has always been paid to the issue of battery . However, electric vehicle utilizing wireless charging can tackle this issue with the merits of accessibility of power supply, security, reliability ...


The design of near-field horizontal probe for wireless charging coil

2017 IEEE 19th Electronics Packaging Technology Conference (EPTC), 2017

As technology advanced, requirements for the quality of signal are also getting higher and higher. Wireless transmitted device is easier to organize than wire's one. But the efficiency of wireless device is less then wire device, and also cause electromagnetic interference (EMI). In recent years, wireless charger is getting more popular. It efficiency of power conversion is not very well ...


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  • A method for aligning of transmitting and receiving coils of electric vehicle wireless charging based on binocular vision

    For the inefficient wireless charging between the electric vehicle transmitting coil and receiving coil cannot be accurately aligned, this paper puts forward a specific solving method for aligning of electric vehicle transmitting coil and receiving coil based on binocular vision. Firstly, this method collects image of the parking space through the binocular vision system and then preprocess the image, with that locates the image processed in the horizontal and vertical directions. The location in the horizontal direction is mainly based on the fixed size of the image and the position of the LED that we collected in the image differ from the LED in the standard alignment system and it is achieved by extracting and transforming centroid coordinate of the LED which located in the center of the transmitting device. The location in the vertical direction is mainly based on the relationship between the parallax and depth and also based on the results of the binocular calibration, to achieve alignment. Comparing the alignment data with given data to obtain the alignment parameters. Finally, the parameters are converted to the number of turns of the motor, and then controlling the movement of the receiving device in horizontal and vertical direction, to achieve alignment. This paper mainly focus on the acquisition of parameters in this method. The experimental results show that the method can obtain parameters of alignment well, and it also can be achieved in the condition of weak light.

  • A practical investigation of a high power, bidirectional charging system for electric vehicles

    In the last few years, there has been a very high interest in inductive charging systems for electric vehicles, as they have many advantages compared to cable connected solutions. The power rating of most of these systems is kept around 3.3 kW, which leads to very long charging times. The following paper presents an inductive charging system rated for a high power level of 22 kW. A series-series resonant circuit proves to be very efficient, as high circulating currents, present in parallel compensated systems, are avoided. To reduce switching and conduction losses, but also the size of the whole system, SiC-MOSFETs are used. For the control of the inductive transmission path, several methods are presented and a pulse density modulation (PDM) is investigated and experimentally evaluated.

  • Magnetic Resonance Coupling Modelling for Electric Vehicles Wireless Charging

    Due to the fast-growing market for the electric vehicle, it is necessary that the drawbacks involved in it should be overcome, therefore introducing wireless charging technique which is more convenient as battery cost, recharge time and weight has been removed. Different wireless charging techniques for electric vehicles are discussed. The feasibility of wireless power transfer for Electric Vehicles by electromagnetic resonance coupling is modelled in this paper. Wireless power transfer (WPT) for Electric Vehicles by magnetic resonance coupling is of high priority due to its efficiency, high power transmission and larger charging distance. Also, we demonstrated with simulations how energy can be transferred efficiently between two magnetically coupled resonating coils. Also, the effect of parameters such as the inductor, capacitor, load, and coupling coefficient on efficiency are also discussed.

  • Design and magnetic properties of electric vehicle wireless charging system

    With energy issue gradually going prominent, new power sources has been increasingly focused . Under the circumstance that it is an inexorable trend of electric vehicle's scale development, much attention has always been paid to the issue of battery . However, electric vehicle utilizing wireless charging can tackle this issue with the merits of accessibility of power supply, security, reliability and small cubage . In this paper, A wireless power transfer system via magnetic resonance coupled is designed . In addition, the influence, exerted by battery load access, on the system is analyzed and a scheme which can control and optimize the system power and solve the key issue of battery load access through the adjustment of duty ratio in voltage regulation circuit of the pick-up side is proposed . Moreover, the electromagnetic issue of the charging system, concerned by the public, is researched with the establishment of magnetic simulation model .

  • The design of near-field horizontal probe for wireless charging coil

    As technology advanced, requirements for the quality of signal are also getting higher and higher. Wireless transmitted device is easier to organize than wire's one. But the efficiency of wireless device is less then wire device, and also cause electromagnetic interference (EMI). In recent years, wireless charger is getting more popular. It efficiency of power conversion is not very well for now. To enhance the efficiency, we need to measure its electromagnetic field through near-field system. Vertical electromagnetic field need horizontal circuit probe, which is not been invented yet. In the theme of story, we are going to create a horizontal circuit probe, measure wireless charger, and get the field distribution. Through the measurement, we hope to make the charger better.

  • A 200-kHz/6.78-MHz wireless power transmitter featuring concurrent dual-band operation

    A wireless power transfer (WPT) transmitter is presented that can simultaneously power devices operating at 200 kHz and 6.78 MHz, enabling a true multi-standard WPT transmitter. To achieve this, the proposed design utilizes two coils, each optimized for efficient power transfer when operating alone. By placing the coils co-axially on a single charging stand, concurrent power transfer is possible. However, nominally doing this invokes significant eddy current losses, degrading WPT efficiency. To combat this, an eddy-current filter is included in the 200 kHz path. The proposed design is built into a 12.5 × 8.9 cm2charging pad area, and at 25 mm separation, the system is able to concurrently power two smartphone-sized receiving devices at 25 mm separation. The system achieves a total power delivery of 9 W and 7.4 W with efficiencies of 78% and 70.6% at 6.78 MHz and 200 kHz, respectively.

  • Implementation of WPT communication system based on SAE J2847 standard for electric vehicle

    In this paper, we examined the necessity of a proper communication protocol in WPT and studied the structure of communication protocol based on SAE J2847 standard. Then, we implemented an integrated wireless charging system using SAE J2847-6 based WPT communication and confirmed its normal operation through experiments. In order to communicate, we proposed CAN data format and used it as the interface between EVCC and regulator. With this structure, normal operation was verified using the corresponding format. In addition, since the standard focuses on a single charge, a communication structure suitable for a multi-charge situation is proposed.

  • Design of PFC in Wireless Charging System for Electric Vehicle

    A power factor correction (PFC) circuit is constructed, based on average period compensation method(APCM) in this paper. The cut-off frequency 2kHz and 10Hz are closed for current loop and voltage loop, and the phase margin of each loop is 80 degrees. By contrasting the THD of fundamental wave calculated to the 40th and the peak value of voltage ripple wave, PI values and transfer functions of both current loop and voltage loop are got. Then the input current and output voltage in PFC steady operation are simulated, and results are in accord with the small-signal model. In Simulink, the output capacitance is charged in advance and saturation controller is adopted, by which the overshoot of output voltage decreases by 6.3%, and the THD of input current is only 3.76%, which meet the demands for power-factor correction in wireless charging system for EV.

  • Research on the cooperative working principle of coupling mechanism in driving wireless charging for electric vehicle

    The dynamic charging technology of electric vehicle (EV) is a new kind of charging method, which can solve the problem of long charging time, low energy density and limited driving distance. This paper is more focus on the optimization design of receiving coil of the EV driving wireless charging system. And an innovative multi-coupling structure that can cooperative operate is proposed. By building system model, the effects on the system transmission efficiency caused by the cooperative operating between coils in different situations is discussed. A prototype is built to experiment on the driving wireless charging process of EV. The results indicated that the system transmission efficiency can be improved by the cooperative operating mode between coils, and the receiving coil designed by this article meets the needs of practical application.

  • Efficiency enhancement of wireless charging for Electric vehicles through reduction of coil misalignment

    In response to the ever increasing pollution levels and depleting fossil fuels, Plug-in Electric vehicle, hybrid electric vehicle and Electric vehicle (xEVs) technologies are emerging successfully in the automotive industry. The range anxiety issue of the xEVs customers are being addressed through various charging methods. The major hurdle in adoption of xEV is deployment of charging infrastructure. The wireless charging technology is being mechanized as a preferred option in the evolving xEV market. A substantive issue in the commercialization of wireless charging is the misalignment of the vehicle and the charging pad. This paper proposes and discusses a scheme which can significantly adjust the alignment between the coils by the deliberate movement of the receiver coil in response to the magnetic field of the transmitter coil. This will reduce the additional technique required for misalignment.



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