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Power Transmission in Multiple EV Using Harris Hawks Optimization-based SOC Balancing Technique

Author(s): K. Sushita*, N. Janaki, N. Shanmugasundaram and R. Krishnakumar

Pp: 123-132 (10)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815079395123010014

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


This article proposes the Wireless Power transfer technique in electric vehicle charging using the Dual Active Bridge (DAB) system. The source end of the primary coil is connected with a constant high-frequency DC-DC converter with capacitive compensation, and the secondary coil is connected with capacitive compensation in moving electric vehicles (EVs). A transformer is used to improve the input power, and a compensating capacitor is used to reduce the amount of current leakage. Here the FOPID controller is regulated using Harris Hawks Optimization (HHO) Algorithm which is based on the SOC balancing technique. The analysis of the proposed topology for three different vehicles with different power classes is described in detail. The proposed system is implemented, and output performance will be analyzed in MATLAB/SIMULINK.

Keywords: Battery charging, Constant Current- Constant Voltage (CC-CV), Dual Active Bridge (DAB), State of charge (SOC), Wireless power transmission (WPT).

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