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Effect of transmitter position on the torque generation of a magnetic resonance based motoring system

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Strongly coupled magnetic resonance is most often used to transfer electrical power from a transmitter to a resonant receiver coil to supply devices over an air gap. In this work, the induced current in two receiver coils (stator and rotor) is used to generate torque on the rotor coil. The effect of the transmitter position relative to the stator and rotor receiver coils on the torque generation is studied in detail, both in simulation and experimentally. Results show a 36% to 37% gain in peak torque when properly varying the stator orientation for a given transmitter distance.
Book: 2019 22nd International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems (ICEMS)
Pages: 4394 - 4398
Publication year:2019