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A Frequency-Tracking Method Based on a SOGI-PLL for Wireless Power Transfer Systems to Assure Operation in the Resonant State
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  • Journal title : Journal of Power Electronics
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2016, pp.1056-1066
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Power Electronics
  • DOI : 10.6113/JPE.2016.16.3.1056
 Title & Authors
A Frequency-Tracking Method Based on a SOGI-PLL for Wireless Power Transfer Systems to Assure Operation in the Resonant State
Tan, Ping-an; He, Haibing; Gao, Xieping;
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 Abstract
Wireless power transfer (WPT) technology is now recognized as an efficient means of transferring power without physical contact. However, frequency detuning will greatly reduce the transmission power and efficiency of a WPT system. To overcome the difficulties associated with the traditional frequency-tracking methods, this paper proposes a Direct Phase Control (DPC) approach, based on the Second-Order Generalized Integrator Phase-Locked Loop (SOGI-PLL), to provide accurate frequency-tracking for WPT systems. The DPC determines the phase difference between the output voltage and current of the inverter in WPT systems, and the SOGI-PLL provides the phase of the resonant current for dynamically adjusting the output voltage frequency of the inverter. Further, the stability of this control method is analyzed using the linear system theory. The performance of the proposed frequency-tracking method is investigated under various operating conditions. Simulation and experimental results convincingly demonstrate that the proposed technique will track the quasi-resonant frequency automatically, and that the ZVS operation can be achieved.
 Keywords
Direct Phase Control (DPC);Frequency-tracing;SOGI-PLL;Wireless Power Transfer (WPT);ZVS;
 Language
English
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