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학술지 Design of a Patterned Soft Magnetic Structure to Reduce Magnetic Flux Leakage of Magnetic Induction Wireless Power Transfer Systems
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저자
이인곤, 김남, 조인귀, 홍익표
발행일
201712
출처
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, v.59 no.6, pp.1856-1863
ISSN
0018-9375
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TEMC.2017.2690967
협약과제
17ZR1600, 무선 E-zone 및 다차원 에너지 집적기술 개발, 조인귀
초록
A soft-magnetic-metal-based shield structure was designed to reduce magnetic flux leakage in magnetic-induction wireless power transfer systems. Soft magnetic metals have the advantages of high permeability and low magnetic loss, but have the disadvantage of high power loss owing to eddy current that is induced on the surface as a result of low-insulating characteristics. In order to solve this problem, a patterned soft magnetic metal was used to cut the route of the induced current. This decreases the power loss and reduces the leakage of magnetic field. A soft-magnetic-metal-based structure that has various patterns was designed to find the optimal structure for reducing the leaking magnetic field. By applying this structure to Wireless Power Consortium commercial A10 coil, the inductance, transfer efficiency, and magnetic flux leakage of the coil according to the material and the structure of the soft-magnetic-metal-based structure were observed. Fabrication and measurement tests were performed to verify the proposed structure, and it was found that the test results corresponded to the simulation results. It was confirmed that the proposed structure had a 84% thinner thickness compared with that of a conventional ferrite shield, an equivalent transfer efficiency of 74.5%, and a reduction in magnetic flux leakage of 20.9%.
키워드
Eddy current, magnetic flux leakage, soft magnetic metal, transfer efficiency, wireless power transfer
KSP 제안 키워드
High power, Low magnetic loss, Magnetic field(MF), Magnetic induction(MI), Magnetic metals, Magnetic structure, Metal-based, Optimal structure, Shield Structure, Transfer efficiency, Wireless Power Consortium(WPC)