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Optimization of WET Coils Simulation Model for Self and Mutual Inductance Determination

Miroslav Pavelek(1*), Michal Frivaldský(2), Marek Píri(3), Pavol Špánik(4)

(1) University of Žilina, Faculty of electrical engineering, Department of mechatronics and electronics, Slovakia
(2) University of Žilina, Faculty of electrical engineering, Department of mechatronics and electronics, Slovakia
(3) University of Žilina, Faculty of electrical engineering, Department of mechatronics and electronics, Slovakia
(4) University of Žilina, Faculty of electrical engineering, Department of mechatronics and electronics, Slovakia
(*) Corresponding author


DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/iree.v11i6.10682

Abstract


This paper describes basic modeling approaches of coil models for a wireless energy transfer (WET) system, which should be further utilized within a multi-level simulation of the WET system. These models are designed to be able to determine a self-inductance and a mutual inductance for various positions of coils. The accuracy of proposed models is achieved by implementation of a linear error correction based on the measurements.
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Keywords


Wireless Energy Transfer; Mutual Inductance; Finite Element Method Modeling

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