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    Title: 線性軌道式非接觸型電力傳輸系統之研究
    Study of Contactless Power Transfer System for Linear Track
    Authors: 林聖國(Sheng-Guo Lin)
    胡俊宏(Chun-Hung Hu)
    楊欣穎(Hsin-Ying Yang)
    賴嘉輝(Chia-Hui Lai)
    陳財榮(Tsair-Rong Chen)
    Keywords: 非接觸式電源傳輸系統
    Contactless Power Transfer System (CPTS)
    contactless transformer
    Date: 2008-09-05
    Issue Date: 2010-02-25 13:53:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文主要目的乃研究非接觸式電力傳輸系統,此系統使用
    合傳遞至負載端,提升系統效率,並以模擬軟體Maxwell 與
    IsSpice 模擬分析其可行性,最後實際製作完成一線性軌道式
    This paper explorers the Cantactless Power Transfer
    System(CPTS). Because the contactless transformer adopted in
    this study has big airgap and long primary wire, it has the
    properties long leakage inductance, small magnetizing inductance
    and poor coupling coefficient, which lower system efficiency.
    Therefore this study improves system efficiency by adopting
    resonance of compensation capacitance and leakage inductance to
    transfer energy to the load by transformer coupling.
    Maxwell/IsSpice simulation verifies the validity of the proposed
    system . Finally, a prototype is constructed to verify the feasibility
    of the proposed theory.
    Relation: 台灣電子電力研討會暨展覽會
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate School and Department of Electrical Engineering] 2008 Taiwan Power Electronics Conference & Exhibition

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