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GaN Based Higher Power Inductive Transfer System for E-bikes

Jonkman, RB (2022) GaN Based Higher Power Inductive Transfer System for E-bikes.

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Abstract:The past years an evolution has been ongoing in the field of transportation. Cars, scooters, steps, bikes any- thing and everthing that moves is electrified. On the side, there has also been a significant rise in shared transportation leading to a hazzle when it comes to charging. These shared vehicles would ideally be charged when parked in the easiest, cheapest and fastest way possible. Wireless power transfer is one of the technolo- gies to fulfill these requirements. It is for this reasoning that a 1kW system is presented that is load-independent and can reach efficiencies of up to 90% in simulation.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:53 electrotechnology
Programme:Electrical Engineering MSc (60353)
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