Solar Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging System

  1. Introduction

[CE 1.1]

Title: Solar Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging System

Duration: [Date] – [Date]

Location: [Location]

Organization: [Organization]

Position: Electrical Engineering

  1. Background

[CE 1.2]

My system includes an inductive wireless recharging lane for electric cars as well as a battery swapping/charging facility. I studied that in recent years, as a result of global change, electric vehicles (EVs) powered by renewable energy have gained popularity in both established and developing nations, as these may help cut carbon dioxide emissions.

[CE 1.3]

I worked on building the solar wireless vehicle charging system as it was the main objective in the project with the research conducted on factors influencing the concept. I offered wireless power transmission (WPT) as an alternate approach for EV charging to eliminate the limitations of place and time. Through the inductive coupling effect, I charged EVs continuously as long as theydrove along the roadway, under which coupled coils were laid.

[CE 1.6] Duties:

  • I did the analysis of the issues which were linked with the system’s overall performance.
  • I evaluated the EVs and EVCS growth inconsistencies.
  • I did the effectiveness evaluation of the solar light relaying on the sunshine wavelengths from the solar panel rotations at different angles.
  • I worked on addressing several technologies which were examined by applying electrical engineering knowledge.


High Power 3 Phase Inverter

  1. Introduction

[CE 2.1]

Title: High Power 3 Phase Inverter

Duration: [Date] – [Date]

Location: [Location]

Organization: [Organization]

Position: Electrical Engineering Student

  1. Background

[CE 2.2]

I worked on the growing presence of single-phase distribution producers and unequal loads in the electric current network may cause three-phase volts to become imbalanced, culminating in higher losses and warming.

[CE 2.3]

I avoided voltage imbalance, distributing network managers attempting to install bigger DG units using three-phase connections rather than single-phase interconnections. I linked the DG modules to the three-phase distributing network, numerous configurations were feasible.

[CE 2.6] Duties:

  • I worked on shifting the circuits for the conversions of energy which was linked with the inputs and outputs.
  • I worked on linking the power storage devices in the circuit and these were associated with the sole matrix at the outputs and input ends.
  • I worked on examining the power storage devices with the indirect switch matrices circuit and these were modeled accordingly in the work.
  • I cascaded the two main switch matrices network with the components storage in between.

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