Design and Analysis of a Three-Phase Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer System for Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicles Considering Misalignment


Designs for two versions of a 200-kW-output three-phase dynamic wireless power transfer (DWPT) system are
presented in detail: one using a Magment-core transmitter and one using a coreless transmitter. Critical performance metrics
are compared for both designs, including total system losses, total mass/volume of compensation circuit components, and stray
magnetic field. A series of time-domain simulation studies are shown to verify basic operation of the proposed DWPT systems
throughout a charging event. The effects of misalignment on the performance of the two designs are examined.

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This publication pertains to:
Electrified Roadways
Publication Authors:
  • Aaron Brovont
  • Dionysios Aliprantis
  • Steven Pekarek
  • Anthony Agostino
  • Diala Haddad
It appeared in:
Peer-reviewed conference proceedings
power electronics, road vehicles, wireless power transfer