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Title: Electromagnetic influence of WPT on human’s health: modelling, simulation and measurement
Authors: Baikova, Elena
Romba, Luis
Valtchev, Stanimir
Melicio, Rui
Keywords: Wireless Power Transfer
electromagnetic interference
electromagnetic compatibility
Human’s Health
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA
Abstract: The focus of this chapter is the electromagnetic interference (EMI) and the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) that the wireless power transfer (WPT) systems reveal as problems. The wireless power transfer (WPT) was introduced by Nikola Tesla more than one hundred years ago, and only recently it attracted the attention of specialists, due to the improved technical means. The WPT technology now has many applications, especially for charging of various electronic devices (i.e., mobile phones, laptops, implants, and home appliances), informatics, and electronics equipment. The high-power equipment and installations (e.g., intelligent machining systems, robots, forklift trucks, and electric cars) are also getting wireless. Moreover, much attention has been focused on the electric transportation system for improving the safe and convenient charging of electric vehicle (EV) batteries.
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