A new system that uses inductive energy transfer to transport energy from a source to a number of variable loads simultaneously is introduced in this paper. Reported is on the controller implementation, based on quantum conversion and sliding-mode control theory, for the system. For both the source and each of the loads a separate controller is present to meet operational requirements. Special in this design is that all controllers work independently and thus are blinded from each other. Result is a proof-of-principle for the energy flow control of the contactless energy transfer system in a laboratory setup.
|Conference||IEEE 38th Annual power electronics specialists conference PESC07, Orlando|
|Period||17/06/07 → 21/06/07|
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- Conf.proc. > 3 pag