A three-phase to single-phase matrix converter based bi-directional IPT system for charging electric vehicles.
Weerasinghe, D. S. B.
Madawala, Udaya K.
Thrimawithana, D. J.
Vilathgamuwa, D. Mahinda.
Date of Issue2013
IEEE ECCE Asia Downunder (2013 : Melbourne, Australia)
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
This paper presents a novel three-phase to single-phase matrix converter (TSMC) based bi-directional inductive power transfer (IPT) system for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) applications. In contrast to existing techniques, the proposed technique which employs a TSMC to drive an 8th order high frequency resonant network, requires only a single-stage power conversion process to facilitate bi-directional power transfer between electric vehicles (EVs) and a three-phase utility power supply. A mathematical model is presented to demonstrate that both magnitude and direction of power flow can be controlled by regulating either relative phase angles or magnitudes of voltages generated by converters. The viability of the proposed mathematical model is verified using simulated results of a 10 kW bi-directional IPT system and the results suggest that the proposed system is efficient, reliable and is suitable for high power applications which require contactless power transfer.
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