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Methodology for the design of multi-source transmitters dedicated to perpendicular dynamic wireless power transfer: theoretical study

  • Lotfi Beghou (a1)
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In this paper, a theoretical study for the design of multi-source transmitters suitable for perpendicular dynamic wireless power transfer is presented. Unlike conventional systems, the concept presented here overcomes the traditional limitation on the receiver's orientation by providing an optimal distribution of the transmitted energy obtained by using different sources. For this purpose, a theoretical study of different transmitters has been achieved by solving the inverse problem. Comparison with conventional single-source transmitters carrying the same total current as the multi-source transmitters, shows a significant enhancement of the power gain when a Genetic Algorithm is used. The obtained theoretical results show power gain levels over 7.5 dB for different path lengths at different heights. At the end, a solution for a path of an infinite length is presented.

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Corresponding author: L. Beghou Email: lotfi.beghou@gmail.com
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