TITLE

무선 이동체의 비접촉 배꼽장치를 위한 무선전력전송 기술의 응용

AUTHOR(S)
신유준; 박재형; 김종훈; 권병기; 은희현; 안승영
PUB. DATE
September 2017
SOURCE
Journal of Korean Institute of Electromagnetic Engineering & Sci;Sep2017, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p713
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the future battlefield, the role of the unmanned vehicle is very important. Currently, charging and management systems for unmanned vehicles are all wired. However, for convenience and stability, it is desirable that the charging of the unmanned vehicle uses wireless power transfer system. In this paper, we have studied the application of wireless power transfer system to the charging of unmanned vehicles. Considering the size of the unmanned vehicle and the required power, the transmission coil and the receiving coil are designed through the finite element analysis based magnetic field simulation. The coil was made according to the simulation results and the circuit simulation was performed through the measured parameter values. Finally, we show that wireless power transmission can be applied to unmanned mobile charging through actual experiments.
ACCESSION #
125498822

 

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