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Title: Critical Review and Simulation of Mid-range Wireless Power Transfer for Electronic Device
Authors: Tan, S.Y. 
Lee, H.J. 
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: Functionality of wireless power transfer is yet to be utilized for the purpose of sustaining a green environment. This paper presents a critical review on the functionality of mid-range wireless power transfer using magnetic resonance coupling. Simulation of a 4-coils magnetic resonance for mid-range wireless power transfer is performed using CST microwave studio. The radius of source and load coil are 3 cm, while the radius of the transmitter and receiver coil are 5 cm. Distance between the source coil and load coil is set at 4 cm and resonance magnetic frequency is observed. At the load coil, electric field is achieved at 2140 V/m and surface current is recorded at 52.21 A. The change in impedance along the transmittance are plotted and discussed. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1019/1/012002
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