The paper introduces the main issues concerned with the conceptual design process of wireless power systems. It analyses the electromagnetic design of the inductive magnetic coupler and proposes the key formulas to optimize its electrical parameters for a particular load. For this purpose, a very detailed analysis is given focusing on the mathematical concept procedure for determination of the key factors influencing proper coupling coils design. It also suggests basic topologies for conceptual design of power electronics and discusses its proper connection to the grid. The proposed design strategy is verified by experimental laboratory measurement including analyses of leakage magnetic field.
Part of the book: Wireless Power Transfer