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This paper proposes a wireless power transfer system that consists of a transmitter with a resonator and a receiver without a resonator. This system utilizes magnetic coupling and resonance.
View Wireless Power Transmission Research Papers on Academia.edu for free.Wireless power transmission (WPT) has been attracting a wide range of subjects in various fields and also become a highly active research area because of their potential in providing high.Wireless power transfer (WPT), in its general term, has been around us for decades in applications such as telemetry, satellite communications, and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. Most of these applications transfer low amounts of power, in the range of microwatts to milliwatts, for data transfer.
Launched in 2014, Wireless Power Transfer is the first journal dedicated to publishing original research and industrial developments relating to wireless power. The Journal pulls together research from across the field, covering aspects such as RF technology, near-field energy transfer, energy conversion and management, electromagnetic harvesting, novel materials and fabrication techniques.Read More
Wireless energy transfer can be useful in such applications as providing power to autonomous electrical and electronic devices. This energy which is transferred can be derived from a renewable source; the best available option is the Solar Energy. Solar energy is harnessed by the means of Solar Cells.Read More
The basics of wireless power transfer involves the inductive transmission of energy from a transmitter to a receiver via an oscillating magnetic field. To achieve this Direct Current (DC), supplied by a power source, is converted into high frequency Alternating Current (AC) by specially designed electronics built into the transmitter.Read More
This paper provides a review and survey of research on power transfer for biomedical applications based on inductive coupling. There is interest in wireless power transfer (WPT) for implantable and wearable biomedical devices, for example, heart pacemaker or implantable electrocardiogram (ECG) recorders. This paper concentrates on the applications based on near-field power transfer methods.Read More
Abstract: In this paper, a novel long-distance wireless power transfer (WPT) system using repeater coils is proposed to provide power supplies for the driver circuits in high-voltage applications, such as flexible alternative current transmission systems. Different from most of the existing wireless repeater systems where the load is only connected to the last coil and the repeater coils.Read More
The paper is devoted to using of DD inductance coils for the wireless power transfer. The aim of the given research is to determine influence of the parameters of resonance transformer on the efficiency of the wireless power transfer with the use of the DD inductance coils. Experimental installation of the wireless power transfer by a resonance.Read More
The concept of Wireless Power Transfer is a revolution in itself. it is beneficial in various field and also easily excisable for all people. In our Project we have changed the transmitter coil design as conical shape than traditional planner one. also we design RLC oscillatory power source to inject power in coil; which helps me to increase the efficiency of the system.Read More
The word POWER is itself self explanatory in every form and is very important for living and working. This project on wireless power transfer aim to develop a tool for wireless power transfers.Wireless power transmission will create a major impact within the field of the engineering science and will eliminates the employment of typical copper cables and current carrying wires.Read More
In this thesis paper, here is discuss how to use and work Wireless Power Transmission (WPT). Wireless power transmission is useful where continuous energy transfer is needed but interconnecting wires are inconvenient, hazardous, or impossible. WPT is the transmission of electric power from one place to another through vacuum without the use of.Read More
A wireless power transfer technique that uses miniaturised receivers suitable for real-world use has been demonstrated by researchers in Korea. Hyoungjun Kim and Chulhun Seo from Soongsil University used a metamaterial slab in a resonant coupling method to significantly improve the efficiency of the power transfer, and retain this efficiency over greater distances than previously possible.Read More