TC 9 Events
- 4 to 9 July 2022: Wireless Power Week (WpW) 2022 (Bordeaux, France)
- 7 to 10 June 2023: Wireless Power Conference & Expo 2023 (San Diego, CA, USA)
- 1 to 4 June 2021: Workshop on Wireless Power (San Diego, CA, USA)
- Parallel with IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC) to form Wireless Power Week
- Collaborate with IEEE MTT-S, IEEE APS, and AFA Developers Forum
Global Student Wireless Power Competition
The purpose of this competition is to encourage the young generation to join the research and development of wireless power transfer (WPT) technologies and demonstrate WPT capabilities for promoting public acceptance and practical applications of WPT systems.
Modeling Wireless Power Transfer Using Ansys Maxwell by Tianze Kan and Mark Solveson
The concept of wireless power is originated from Heinrich Hertz and well known for the work of Nikola Tesla. Nowadays inductive-based wireless power has already been used to charge biomedical implants, consumer electronics, and even electric vehicles.
Accurate modeling of a wireless power transfer system is a challenge due to the nonlinear magnetic materials used in the system and the complex magnetic effects. In order to address the challenge, Ansys provides finite element analysis in Maxwell. In this webinar, general topics such as magnetic analysis of the coil structures and circuit analysis of the wireless power transfer system will be introduced. Furthermore, the advanced topics on power and efficiency analysis, coil design optimization, coil modeling with existing permanent magnets, and thermal analysis will be presented.