Design and analysis of energy transfer system through Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) connected to a solar panel

Naeim Najafi, Amirhossein Rajaei, Mohammad Mardaned

Abstract


In this article, Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) system fed by a suggested panel and its various stages of design and analysis are described. Typically, IPT with its separate control system, and solar panel with its separate Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) unit works together to achieve maximum efficiency. This use of two separate converters reduces the efficiency and reliability of the entire system. Therefore, a system is recommended so that while eliminating the MPPT unit and considering design considerations, we can make MPPT function occur in the IPT control circuit. Simulation of the conventional and the proposed system shows that with removal of MPPT, the system efficiency increases from 90% to 93%.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5902/2179460X20803

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