Integrated $ $ Compensation Topology for Wireless Charger in Electric and Plug-in Electric Vehicles


This paper presents an integrated $LCC$ compensation topology for electric vehicle/plug-in hybrid electric vehicle wireless chargers. The impact of the coupling between the extra coil and the most coil on the $LCC$ compensation topology is studied. The proposed topology can scale back the size of the extra coil and make the system a lot of compact with extremely high potency. The basic characteristics of the proposed topology are analyzed based on basic harmonic approximation. Furthermore, primarily based on the steady-state model, 3 categories of operation modes are presented and analyzed. In order to appreciate zero-voltage switching, the series capacitor $C_2 $ on the secondary side is tuned. A numerical method is used to analyze the impact of various values of $Delta C_2$ on the turnoff current, and the most effective worth of $C_2$ is chosen to make a prototype to verify the analysis.

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