Research on dual-phase non-salient pole receiver for EV dynamic wireless power transfer system

Fandan Zhao, Jinhai Jiang, Shumei Cui, Chunbo Zhu, C. C. Chan

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Dynamic wireless power transfer (DWPT) technology shows a vast development pro-spect for EV application, with advantages of reducing the demand for battery capacity and improving the user experience. However, the need to improve output performance leads to a chal-lenge in receiver design with limited space and allowable load on the EV side. In this paper, a design of a dual-phase non-salient pole (NSP) receiver for the EV DWPT system with bipolar trans-mitter is proposed, aiming at providing a solution to the contradiction between reducing the volume or cost and improving the misalignment tolerance of the receiver. The coupling principle of the proposed receiver is analyzed. The structure parameters are optimized by the finite-element simulation method. Combined with specific design indexes, it is proven by comparison with the existing dual-phase receiver that the proposed receiver is 35.4% smaller in volume and needs 47.0% shorter wires. Moreover, the significant advantage of the proposed dual-phase NSP receiver in misalignment tolerance is verified by simulations and experimental comparisons.

Original languageEnglish
Article number157
JournalWorld Electric Vehicle Journal
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2021
Externally publishedYes


  • Bipolar
  • Dynamic charging
  • EV (electric vehicle)
  • Finite element calculation
  • Wireless charging

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Automotive Engineering


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