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Wireless Power Transfer for Space Applications: System Design and Electromagnetic Compatibility Compliance of Radiated Emissions

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2012
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This dissertation evaluates the possibility of wireless power transfer (WPT) systems for space applications, with an emphasis in launch vehicles (rockets). After performing literature review for WPT systems, it was identified that magnetic resonance provides the more suited set of characteristics for this application. Advanced analysis, simulation and testing were performed to magnetic resonance WPT systems to acquire system performance insight. This was accomplished by evaluating/varying coupling configuration, load effects and magnetic element physical characteristics (i.e. wire material, loop radius, etc.). It was identified by analysis, circuit simulation and testing that the best coupling configuration for this application was series-series and series-shunt with Litz wire loop inductors. The main concern identified for the implementation of these systems for space applications was radiated emissions that could potentially generate electromagnetic interference (EMI). To address this EMI concern, we developed the Electromagnetic Compatibility Radiated Emissions Compliance Design Evaluation Approach for WPT Space Systems. This approach systematically allocates key analyses, simulations and tests procedures to predict WPT EMC compliance to NASA's EMC standard Mil-Std-461E/F. Three prototype/magnetic elements were successfully assessed by implementing the WPT EMC design approach. The electric fields intensity generated by the WPT prototypes/magnetic elements tested were: 30.02 dBuV/m, 28.90 dBuV/m and 82.13 dBuV/m (requirement limit: 140 dBuV/m). All three prototypes successfully transferred power wirelessly and successfully met the NASA EMC requirements.
Title: Wireless Power Transfer for Space Applications: System Design and Electromagnetic Compatibility Compliance of Radiated Emissions.
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Name(s): Vazquez Ramos, Gabriel, Author
Yuan, Jiann-Shiun, Committee Chair
Sundaram, Kalpathy, Committee Member
Wu, Xinzhang, Committee Member
Soto Toro, Felix, Committee Member
University of Central Florida, Degree Grantor
Type of Resource: text
Date Issued: 2012
Publisher: University of Central Florida
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: This dissertation evaluates the possibility of wireless power transfer (WPT) systems for space applications, with an emphasis in launch vehicles (rockets). After performing literature review for WPT systems, it was identified that magnetic resonance provides the more suited set of characteristics for this application. Advanced analysis, simulation and testing were performed to magnetic resonance WPT systems to acquire system performance insight. This was accomplished by evaluating/varying coupling configuration, load effects and magnetic element physical characteristics (i.e. wire material, loop radius, etc.). It was identified by analysis, circuit simulation and testing that the best coupling configuration for this application was series-series and series-shunt with Litz wire loop inductors. The main concern identified for the implementation of these systems for space applications was radiated emissions that could potentially generate electromagnetic interference (EMI). To address this EMI concern, we developed the Electromagnetic Compatibility Radiated Emissions Compliance Design Evaluation Approach for WPT Space Systems. This approach systematically allocates key analyses, simulations and tests procedures to predict WPT EMC compliance to NASA's EMC standard Mil-Std-461E/F. Three prototype/magnetic elements were successfully assessed by implementing the WPT EMC design approach. The electric fields intensity generated by the WPT prototypes/magnetic elements tested were: 30.02 dBuV/m, 28.90 dBuV/m and 82.13 dBuV/m (requirement limit: 140 dBuV/m). All three prototypes successfully transferred power wirelessly and successfully met the NASA EMC requirements.
Identifier: CFE0004448 (IID), ucf:49344 (fedora)
Note(s): 2012-08-01
Ph.D.
Engineering and Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Doctoral
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Subject(s): Magnetic coupling -- magnetic resonance -- wireless power transfer -- wireless power -- radiate emissions -- electromagnetic compatibility -- finite element method -- finite difference time domain -- space power systems and military standards
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFE0004448
Restrictions on Access: public 2012-08-15
Host Institution: UCF

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