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Multipurpose Chill-mat using Enhanced Cable-less Power Transfer Technology
Background/Objective: Heat dissipation due to long runs and ageing has been a major challenge for any power associated system. To combat this issue, implementation of chill mat is necessary in every electric sink to flush out the thermal heat, thereby increasing the efficiency of the system. This paper emphasizes the sophisticated solution by implementing the Chill- Mat using Enhanced Cable-less power transfer technology. Method Analysis: The chill-mat is energized using Resonant Power Transmission (RPT) by magnetic coupling and this is achieved effectively by accomplishing the perfect impedance matching design for source, repeator and device resonator to attain Maximum Power Transmission (MPT). An intermediate repeater circuitry is implemented between the source and device resonator is to enhance the flux linkage between the spirals. Results/Findings: The efficiency of the enhanced cable-less power transmission system is enhansed to 87% and the distance of power transmission is increased. This is achieved with lesser number of components in circuit design and it is superior from the existing work which shows only 70% efficiency even for a lesser distance of propagation between the spirals. Conclusion/Applications: The use of chill mat is the best solution to purge away the thermal dissipation and thus the working efficiency of the power related system is improved using Enhanced Cable-less Power Transfer technology.
Enhanced Cable-less Power Transfer, Inductive Coupling, Impedance Matching, Maximum Power Transmission, Resonant Power Transmission.
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