Experimental Validation of Comprehensive Steady-State Analytical Model of Bidirectional WPT System in EVs Applications

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Experimental Validation of Comprehensive Steady-State Analytical Model of Bidirectional WPT System in EVs Applications A. A. S. Mohamed, A. Berzoy and O. A. Mohammed, “Experimental Validation of Comprehensive Steady-State Analytical Model of Bidirectional WPT System in EVs Applications,” in
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 66, no. 7, pp. 5584-5594, July 2017.
doi: 10.1109/TVT.2016.2634159
Abstract:

A flexible, automatic, reliable, and safe charging and discharging system for electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid EVs is crucial in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) operation. The bidirectional inductive wireless power transfer system (BIWPTS) is an ideal solution in this situation. With authentic power-flow models for the BIWPTS in hand, designers and operators can predict, optimize, and analyze the interaction performance between the EV and the grid. Thus, this paper presents a harmonics-based theoretical power-flow model for BIWPTS for charging and discharging EVs in V2G applications. The proposed model provides accurate estimation for the active and reactive power flow during V2G and grid-to-vehicle modes. Moreover, the impact of the circuit losses and harmonics, due to the high-frequency power inverters, on the power-flow performance is investigated. This effect is stated mathematically by four novel power-flow criteria formulas. New conditions for achieving maximum active and reactive power, and unity and zero power-factor system operation, are also developed. The sensitivity of the circuit performance to the variation of its parameters has been studied. For validation purposes, a computer-based model and experimental platform of BIWPTS for EV applications are developed and tested. The comparison between the theoretical, simulation, and experimental results verified the proposed models and analysis.
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