Comparison of compensating topologies in two coil resonant wireless power transfer system


Ağçal A., Özçıra Özkılıç S. , Toraman K.

JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH, vol.10, pp.1-15, 2022 (Journal Indexed in SCI Expanded)

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 10
  • Publication Date: 2022
  • Doi Number: 10.36909/jer.14245
  • Title of Journal : JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH
  • Page Numbers: pp.1-15

Abstract

In this study comparisons of different compensation topologies are investigated for two coil resonant wireless power transfer systems. Compensation circuits are examined individually according to system parameters such as efficiency, equivalent impedance, frequency, load resistance, and phase angle. This paper aims to compares the system variables in order to address the constraints in the system applicability regarding the compensation topology selection in Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) systems. Topology selection schemes related to circuit parameters are given. The main motivation of this study is that it presents a suitable topology selection scheme and flow diagram according to applications with various voltages, currents, power and loads. Simulations performed for four main topologies under various load conditions concludes that choosing the proper compensation topology for appropriate load is essential. Simulation studies are carried out with the Simulink software. The results obtained from here are validated with both Matlab calculation codes and C # calculation codes. The analyses according to the frequency in various load conditions have shown that variation of efficiency depends on the compensation topology of the receiver side. Moreover, in this study, it has been revealed that the topology of the transmitter side only affects the equivalent impedance together with the amount of power drawn from the input hence it has no effect on the efficiency and load characteristics. Consequently in the case of working with low load resistance such as an electric vehicle or mobile phone charging, topologies with series compensation on the receiver side can be preferred. Correlatively, topologies with parallel compensation on the receiver side can be evaluated as suitable for high load resistance, low current, and low power operations such as biomedical appliance charging.