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Title: Wireless Charger for Low Power Devices
Other Titles: Carregador sem fios para dispositivos de baixa potência
Authors: Satel, Abdallah Toni 
Orientador: Mendes, André Manuel dos Santos
Keywords: Transferência de energia sem fio; WPT; Wireless Power Transfer; WPT
Issue Date: 17-Jul-2016
Serial title, monograph or event: Wireless Charger for Low Power Devices
Place of publication or event: DEEC
Abstract: Wireless power transfer technology has been widely used in many areas. This thesis implements a wireless charging system for consumer electronics for mobile applications such as laptops and tablets. The working on a wireless power transfer system is comparable to that of an air core transformer with the leakage compensated by means of capacitances. Compensation has been applied to both the primary and secondary of the transformer. This would help boost power transfer. Theoretically described the basic series-series compensation topology used. The resonant wireless power transfer is demonstrated in this thesis. The efficiency of such a system is analyzed and the results are promising, however, there are significant opportunities for improvement.This thesis consists of five chapters:chapter 1 is talking about the history, classification and applications of wireless power transfer. Chapter 2 is talking about Introduction about the fundamentals of wireless power transfer system, the theoretical study of the compensation topology and determines the important elements of such a system to help the design of a wireless power transfer system to be good.Chapter 3 Defines the parameters of the desired design by using Matlab codes and Matlab model simulation and comparison for the results.Chapter 4 Implement the study of the experimental system, and compare the result with its own simulated and calculated results.Chapter 5 at the end, we will see the conclusion of the project and the future work.Wireless power transfer technology has been widely used in many areas. This thesis implements a wireless charging system for consumer electronics for mobile applications such as laptops and tablets. The working on a wireless power transfer system is comparable to that of an air core transformer with the leakage compensated by means of capacitances. Compensation has been applied to both the primary and secondary of the transformer. This would help boost power transfer. Theoretically described the basic series-series compensation topology used. The resonant wireless power transfer is demonstrated in this thesis. The efficiency of such a system is analyzed and the results are promising, however, there are significant opportunities for improvement.This thesis consists of five chapters:chapter 1 is talking about the history, classification and applications of wireless power transfer. Chapter 2 is talking about Introduction about the fundamentals of wireless power transfer system, the theoretical study of the compensation topology and determines the important elements of such a system to help the design of a wireless power transfer system to be good.Chapter 3 Defines the parameters of the desired design by using Matlab codes and Matlab model simulation and comparison for the results.Chapter 4 Implement the study of the experimental system, and compare the result with its own simulated and calculated results.Chapter 5 at the end, we will see the conclusion of the project and the future work.
Wireless power transfer technology has been widely used in many areas. This thesis implements a wireless charging system for consumer electronics for mobile applications such as laptops and tablets. The working on a wireless power transfer system is comparable to that of an air core transformer with the leakage compensated by means of capacitances. Compensation has been applied to both the primary and secondary of the transformer. This would help boost power transfer. Theoretically described the basic series-series compensation topology used. The resonant wireless power transfer is demonstrated in this thesis. The efficiency of such a system is analyzed and the results are promising, however, there are significant opportunities for improvement.This thesis consists of five chapters:chapter 1 is talking about the history, classification and applications of wireless power transfer. Chapter 2 is talking about Introduction about the fundamentals of wireless power transfer system, the theoretical study of the compensation topology and determines the important elements of such a system to help the design of a wireless power transfer system to be good.Chapter 3 Defines the parameters of the desired design by using Matlab codes and Matlab model simulation and comparison for the results.Chapter 4 Implement the study of the experimental system, and compare the result with its own simulated and calculated results.Chapter 5 at the end, we will see the conclusion of the project and the future work.Wireless power transfer technology has been widely used in many areas. This thesis implements a wireless charging system for consumer electronics for mobile applications such as laptops and tablets. The working on a wireless power transfer system is comparable to that of an air core transformer with the leakage compensated by means of capacitances. Compensation has been applied to both the primary and secondary of the transformer. This would help boost power transfer. Theoretically described the basic series-series compensation topology used. The resonant wireless power transfer is demonstrated in this thesis. The efficiency of such a system is analyzed and the results are promising, however, there are significant opportunities for improvement.This thesis consists of five chapters:chapter 1 is talking about the history, classification and applications of wireless power transfer. Chapter 2 is talking about Introduction about the fundamentals of wireless power transfer system, the theoretical study of the compensation topology and determines the important elements of such a system to help the design of a wireless power transfer system to be good.Chapter 3 Defines the parameters of the desired design by using Matlab codes and Matlab model simulation and comparison for the results.Chapter 4 Implement the study of the experimental system, and compare the result with its own simulated and calculated results.Chapter 5 at the end, we will see the conclusion of the project and the future work.
Description: Dissertação de Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores apresentada à Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/81646
Rights: openAccess
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