Electric vehicles could be a significant aid in lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Even though extensive study has been done on the features and traits of electric vehicles and the nature of their charging infrastructure, network modeling for electric vehicle manufacturing has been limited and unchanging. The necessity of wireless electric vehicle charging, based on magnetic resonance coupling, drove the primary aims for this review work. Herein, we examined the basic theoretical framework for wireless power transmission systems for EV charging and performed a software-in-the-loop analysis, in addition to carrying out a performance analysis of an EV charging system based on magnetic resonance. This study also covered power pad designs and created workable remedies for the following issues: (i) how power pad positioning affected the function of wireless charging systems and (ii) how to develop strategies to keep power efficiency at its highest level. Moreover, safety features of wireless charging systems, owing to interruption from foreign objects and/or living objects, were analyzed, and solutions were proposed to ensure such systems would operate as safely and optimally as possible.

Challenges and Barriers of Wireless Charging Technologies for Electric Vehicles / Palani, G.; Sengamalai, U.; Vishnuram, P.; Nastasi, B.. - In: ENERGIES. - ISSN 1996-1073. - 16:5(2023). [10.3390/en16052138]

Challenges and Barriers of Wireless Charging Technologies for Electric Vehicles

Nastasi B.
2023

Abstract

Electric vehicles could be a significant aid in lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Even though extensive study has been done on the features and traits of electric vehicles and the nature of their charging infrastructure, network modeling for electric vehicle manufacturing has been limited and unchanging. The necessity of wireless electric vehicle charging, based on magnetic resonance coupling, drove the primary aims for this review work. Herein, we examined the basic theoretical framework for wireless power transmission systems for EV charging and performed a software-in-the-loop analysis, in addition to carrying out a performance analysis of an EV charging system based on magnetic resonance. This study also covered power pad designs and created workable remedies for the following issues: (i) how power pad positioning affected the function of wireless charging systems and (ii) how to develop strategies to keep power efficiency at its highest level. Moreover, safety features of wireless charging systems, owing to interruption from foreign objects and/or living objects, were analyzed, and solutions were proposed to ensure such systems would operate as safely and optimally as possible.
2023
electric vehicle; wireless power transmission; battery system for energy storage; compensation networks; coil design; and wireless charging system
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Challenges and Barriers of Wireless Charging Technologies for Electric Vehicles / Palani, G.; Sengamalai, U.; Vishnuram, P.; Nastasi, B.. - In: ENERGIES. - ISSN 1996-1073. - 16:5(2023). [10.3390/en16052138]
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