In order to inductively charge electric vehicles, which are based on a low-voltage drive train, high currents have to be overcome. This work describes a simulative approach to charge 48 V-based electric vehicles wirelessly with high power. A system was designed on the basis of various boundary conditions and validated by simulation. In order to increase the transmittable power, the system was investigated for an extendable approach and was examined for modularity. In particular, the influences of the secondary coils on each other must be taken into account. Finally, the entire system was evaluated by physical and electrical simulation.
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