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    Title: 非接觸式充電與電能管理系統之研究
    Authors: 陳士霖
    陳財榮(Tsair-Rong Chen)
    Keywords: 非接觸式系統
    contactless system
    electromagnetic coupling technology
    Date: 2008-09
    Issue Date: 2010-02-26 15:50:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This thesis is to propose a contactless charge and power
    management system. The contactless system is based on the
    electromagnetic coupling technology to implement power
    transmission, generally called induction coupling power
    transmission (ICPT). In addition to being able to solve the
    disadvantage of traditional power transmission, the system further
    accomplishes contactless power transfer between the power system
    and the equipment, and provids new type of power transmission
    technology. The contactless power transmission system is
    practically designed in this study, and the proposed design is truly
    feasible by simulation and can be applied to battery charge. This
    paper confirms system's feasibility by actual circuit experiment. In
    result of experimental, the output voltage of contactless charging
    and power management system is 14.6 V, the output current is 9 A.
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2008第七屆台灣電力電子研討會暨展覽會

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