This paper describes the technology avenues that will be explored in FABRIC, an FP7 Integrated Project, for accomplishing and evaluating the dynamic, wireless charging of future fully electric vehicles. Initially, the charging modes supported by FABRIC are specified in detail. The preliminary high-level conceptual system architecture follows, and afterwards the wireless charging technologies that will be developed and tested are presented. Finally there is a discussion on the challenges that are anticipated during the design, prototyping and testing phases.

Dynamic Wireless Charging for More Efficient FEVs: The Fabric Project Concept / Amditis, A.; Damousis, I.; Guglielmi, Paolo; Karaseitanidis, G.; Cirimele, Vincenzo. - ELETTRONICO. - (2014), pp. 1-6. ((Intervento presentato al convegno MedPower 2014 tenutosi a Athens, Greece nel November 3 - 7, 2014 Athens, Greece [10.1049/cp.2014.1662].

Dynamic Wireless Charging for More Efficient FEVs: The Fabric Project Concept

GUGLIELMI, PAOLO;CIRIMELE, VINCENZO
2014

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This paper describes the technology avenues that will be explored in FABRIC, an FP7 Integrated Project, for accomplishing and evaluating the dynamic, wireless charging of future fully electric vehicles. Initially, the charging modes supported by FABRIC are specified in detail. The preliminary high-level conceptual system architecture follows, and afterwards the wireless charging technologies that will be developed and tested are presented. Finally there is a discussion on the challenges that are anticipated during the design, prototyping and testing phases.
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