Design and Analysis LCCL–LC Compensation for Electric Vehicle Systems
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Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Imam Alkadhim University College, 10087 Baghdad, Iraq
Medical Instrumentation Techniques Engineering Department, Al-Mustaqbal University, Hillah, Iraq
Department of Computer and Communication Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University Putra Malaysia, Serdang, 43400 Selangor, Malaysia
Department of Computer Engineering, Department of Computer Engineering, Mustansiriyah University, 14022 Baghdad, Iraq
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Mokhalad Khaleel Alghrairi   

Imam Alkadhim University College
Adv. Sci. Technol. Res. J. 2024; 18(4):273-281
The shift, towards cars (EVs) plays a role in the global effort to combat climate change by reducing dependence on fossil fuels. An important part of this shift involves creating user EV charging systems. This study looks into how a connected coil design in a wireless power transfer system can help overcome challenges in EV charging when dealing with varying loads. We examine how well the system performs under load resistances that mimic states of charge and battery capacities in EVs. By assessing the stability of output voltage and efficiency of power transfer across these loads we focus on maintaining resonance within the system. Our findings show that the LCCL to LC WPT system maintains efficiency in power transfer (50-94) % when Coupling Coefficient change (0-0.9) at load resistance 3ꭥ and stable output voltage when facing changes in load resistance (1-4.5)ꭥ. This suggests that the system is resilient against load variations, which's crucial for real world EV charging situations. This research supports the potential of WPT systems as an efficient solution to meet the evolving demands of EV infrastructure leading towards increased adoption of EVs and a sustainable future, for transportation.
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