A new superimposed topology for single phase wireless power transfer / Azman Ab Malik

Ab Malik, Azman (2018) A new superimposed topology for single phase wireless power transfer / Azman Ab Malik. In: The Doctoral Research Abstracts. IPSis Biannual Publication, 14 (14). Institute of Graduate Studies, UiTM, Shah Alam.


Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) is a process of transferring electrical energy without using any physical wire or cable. There are two popular methods in WPT system which are Capacitive Power Transfer (CPT) and Inductive Power Transfer (IPT). The main problem in the WPT is to produce high power in a long distance. There are studies that achieved power tansmission of more than 2 meters and power transfer of high voltage more than lkV however it is limited to creation of inverter and converter, translation of project into simulation without a clear physical project and not abiding to allowed frequency. This is proven by observation that there is lack of technique being explained in innovation and limited technical information given. Hence the development of wireless power transfer is slow and its market potential is still unclear. In order for the wireless power transfer to be beneficial for the lifestyle of community, it should be produced according to specification and its ability to function should be put as priority. Therefore, the objective in this research is to develope a new topology known as superimposed technique in order to overcome the existing problem. Many researchers had designed an inverter with high power and high efficiency but in their research, it was found that the short distance has been used although the power produced is high. The energy transfer happens when the transmitter resonance with the receiver, hence the main element in WPT is a transmitter system. Higher voltage suppression by transmitter produce higher power and distance of transmission. Wireless Power Transfer is designed with capability to transfer 231 Watt electrical energy for each transmitter wirelessly. A huge number of experiments are required to be completed, hence statistical analysis is needed to reduce it. Taguchi method has been used in this experiment to reduce number of experiments, cost and time. Taguchi method has reduced 98% number of experiments and improved 10% output power. Based on WPT principle, one of the important parameter is a coil. Size of coil had been explored by increasing the diameter size. 16cm and 160cm diamater size of coil had been explored using algorithm approach by Taguchi method. Result shows that by increasing the diameter size the distance had been improved by 500%. During transmission of electricity, a few factors need to be considered such as barrier and environment. In order to identify the performance of WPT, the system had been embedded in soil as a comparison with open area. The performance of transferring electrical energy by embedment in soil is explored with the distance losses in range 1 % to 3%, losses for current in range 1.5% to 15% and voltage drop in range 3% to 10%. The losses is depending on the distance between transmitter and receiver. WPT system had been developed to support electrical energy from solar PV. Eventhough there are many software to identify the sun radiation but in real implementation, the manual inspection is needed. Based on HOMER analysis, annual average energy for sun radiation for daily data is 5.16kW/m2. Manual inspection covered three areas in north Peninsular Malaysia. Based on development for single coil, the power system was developed to transfer 4000Wp energy from solar pv. The name of the device given is 'The Chargiszi" where the purpose of the design is to supply electrical energy for mobile phone and laptop wirelessly. The minimum distance for power transfer is 130cm with efficiency of 18.42% with 42.55W (between transmitter and receiver) for ac voltage and 200cm for 5V application (14.7W). Receiver is one of the part to be used in order to avoid disconnected energy while transferring as an online power transfer. Hybrid system had been developed between online power transfer and energy storage to avoid disturbance. Design of power system based on requirement from user and enviroment must be considered before implementation of WPT technology.


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Ab Malik, Azman
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering > Electronics
T Technology > TR Photography
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Institut Pengajian Siswazah (IPSis) : Institute of Graduate Studies (IGS)
Series Name: IPSis Biannual Publication
Volume: 14
Number: 14
Keywords: Abstract; Abstract of thesis; Newsletter; Research information; Doctoral graduates; IPSis; IGS; UiTM;
Date: 2018
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/22204
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