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Description of the graduate paper
Form of studies Bachelor
Title of the study programm Electronics and Mobile Communication
Title in original language Bateriju bezvadu uzlādes sistēmas izstrāde un izpēte
Title in English Design of Wireless Battery Charging System
Department 13200 Institute of Radioelectronics
Scientific advisor Deniss Stepins
Reviewer Artūrs Āboltiņš
Abstract This bachelor thesis aims to understand the basics of the wireless power transfer system and the different designs that are associated with it. In the theoretical part, the basics of inductive resonance wireless power transfer are explored in the first subchapter, and in the next subchapter, the lithium-ion battery and the mechanism of its working are analyzed. In the third subchapter of the theoretical part, the basics of inductive resonance wireless battery charging systems are explained in detail. And in the fourth subchapter, the future developments in this field are discussed. In the practical part, an experiment and simulation and the design of wireless battery chargers is done, and the results are analyzed. Through the experimental results, and transfer efficiency of around 89% is achieved. Hence, we can conclude that if efficiency can be improved through further research and then wireless power transfer technology could easily replace the hassles of wires and could have a positive environmental impact on a large scale. The thesis is written in English and consists of 47 pages, 21 figures, 6 tables, 23 references.
Keywords wireless power transfer, inductive transfer, design, efficiency
Keywords in English wireless power transfer, inductive transfer, design, efficiency
Language eng
Year 2021
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