Data: EM Fields in Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

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Abstract 

This dataset is in support of my research paper 'ElectroMagnetic Fields in Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles '.

Preprint :

This is useful for industries, manufacturers,doctors,environmentalists, who are curious to see and know.

Instructions: 

 Image Source: This is not my vehicle.Image is from 'Researchers work on the next generation of wireless charging for electric vehicles and mobile devices', https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/08/researchers-work-on-the-next-generation-...

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(1)  Zip or any folder neither contain any complete simulation project folder nor any source code of project.

(2) Extra Libraries created, modified , other scripts , not shared, as very elementary for any graduate,degree holder.

(3)  The dataset has been checked by the 'Data or Code or model Inspector' before uploading.

(4)  For other details like block/circuit diagram, set up, analysis, interpretation, parameters,  experiments, mathematical formulae used to obtain these results etc. please refer "Research Paper".

(5)  This work has undergone revisions, loss of data many times,  and many computer crashes. This will be the last version and there won't be any other improvement or corrections or re-upload.

(6)  All work is simple , on basic and elementary concepts, can be easily copied, remade and understood.

 (7)  Only for 3d7_100, .mat files have been specially converted to .csv, so  that curious people can see what data is inside.

(8) Rest .mat files can be converted to .csv or .xlsx or .xls, you can ask company engineer (they may even do) or you can even do yourself. Some softwares allow direct loading of .mat in their softwares.

(9) If any problem in creating or copying, pls contact your university professor or board or any of the companies engineer.

(10)  No other question or email will be replied.

 

Scripts

For scripts of IEEE Codeocean (Rstudio & Matlab). To see colored plots and images, pls. read details given in ReadMe.txt.

Capsule  : Plots of EM Fields in Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

DOI (IEEE Codeocean) : https://doi.org/10.24433/CO.1831883.v1

 

Dataset Files

(1) All the folders are zipped. Total Datasets = 680.

(2)   Following are 10 Zip folders

  1. 3d7_100
  2. 3d7_200
  3. 3d7_300
  4. 3d7_400
  5. 3d7_500
  6. 3d7_600
  7. 3d7_700
  8. 3d7_800
  9. 3d7_900
  10. 3d7_1000

(3)  Above zip folders are  according to charging wattage and frequencies.   3d7 is 3.7 kW

(4) The 10 different switching frequencies  are

  1.     100 kHz
  2.     200 kHz
  3.     300 kHz
  4.     400 kHz
  5.     500 kHz
  6.     600 kHz
  7.     700 kHz
  8.     800 kHz
  9.     900 kHz
  10.     1000 kHz

(5) Therefore, zip folder  '3d7_100' is 3.7 kW at 100 kHz, ........ '3d7_800' is 3.7 kW at 800 kHz..  etc.

(6) Each of the zip folders has following 68 datasets. The plots, images can be seen in IEEE CodeOcean DOI.

  1. Z.csv is the impedance at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  2. Z1.csv is the scan impedance at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  3. Z2.csv is the impedance at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  4. D.csv is the directivity at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  5. D1.csv is the directivity of first 50 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  6. D2.csv is the directivity of first 100 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  7. D3.csv is the directivity of first 500 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  8. D4.csv is the directivity of first 1000 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  9. D5.csv is the directivity of first 2500 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  10. Da.csv is the directivity  at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  11. D1a.csv is the directivity of first 50 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  12. D2a.csv is the directivity of first 100 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  13. D3a.csv is the directivity of first 500 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  14. D4a.csv is the directivity of first 1000 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  15. D5a.csv is the directivity of first 2500 directivity values, at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  16.  p1.csv is the 3-D radiation pattern at frequency  (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  17. p2.csv is the 2-D radiation pattern at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  18. p3.csv is the 3-D radiation pattern at frequency (100, ...1MHz)  when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  19. p4.csv is the 2-D radiation pattern at frequency(100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  20. p5.csv is the axial ratio at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  21. p6.csv is the beamwidth at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  22. p7.csv is the return loss at frequency (100, ...1MHz) of the standalone charger at pump station.

  23. p8.csv is the axial ratio at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  24. p9.csv is the beamwidth at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  25. p10..csv is the return loss at frequency (100, ...1MHz) when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  26. p11.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 50 ohm, of the standalone charger at pump station.

  27. p12.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 25 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  28. p13.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 50 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  29. p14.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 75 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  30. p15.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 150 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  31. p16.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 175 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  32. p17.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 200 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  33. p18.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 250 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  34. p19.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 300 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  35. p20.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 350 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  36. p21.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 400 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  37. p22.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 500 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  38. p23.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 600 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  39. p24.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 700 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  40. p25.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 800 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  41. p26.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 900 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  42. p27.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 1000 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  43. p28.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 1200 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  44. p29.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 1400 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  45. p30.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 1600 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  46. p31.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 1800 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  47. p32.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 2000 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  48. p33.csv is the voltage standing wave ratio at reference  impedance of 2500 ohm, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station.

  49. e1.csv is the electric and magnetic fields

  50. e2.csv is the electric and magnetic fields

  51. e3.csv is the electric and magnetic fields

  52. e4.csv is the electric and magnetic fields

  53. e5.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 0.3 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  54. e6.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 0.3 feet.

  55. e7.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 0.4 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  56. e8.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 0.4 feet.

  57. e9.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 0.5 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  58. e10.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 0.5 feet.

  59. e11.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 0.6 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  60. e12.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 0.6 feet.

  61. e13.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 0.7 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  62. e14.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 0.7 feet.

  63. e15.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 1 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  64. e16.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 1 feet.

  65. e17.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 2 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  66. e18.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 2 feet.

  67. e19.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, of the standalone charger at pump station at 3 feet above the transmitting coil but without vehicle.

  68. e20.csv is the electric and magnetic fields, when the electric vehicle is standing and geting wirelessly charged at the pump station at the distance between charger and the vehicle is 3 feet.

 

How use Dataset Files

The data can be studied and used in various ways.

(1)  The values given in the dataset or in the Research paper can be used for different prototypes desigining.

(2)  As the dataset has radiation patterns, electro-magnetic fields data, for various variants, it saves industries , prototyping R&D costs. So, more than 1 industry  can use these values and design product and implement in practice.

(3) Electromagnetic fields and emissions are known. The dataset can be used by energy audit companies, manufacturers, R&D engineers,railway, metro, medical, transportation,nuclear,chemical,defence, military,etc.

(4)  The dataset can be loaded into proprietary softwares or trial versions of Finite element or other simulation softwares to regenerate same model  or other model or to conduct other study.

(5) The collective graph of the complete dataset in each experiment is also given. For finer analysis, the dataset can be used to see details at much shorter interval.

(6) The dataset can be loaded in software to record or see the animation/video. The videos will show the emissions and spectra are over that frequency range.

(7) One particular frequency or some frequencies can be copied for degree thesis, project or phd thesis.

 

Paper Citing : If want to cite this in paper etc. ,please refer DoI and/or this url.

Funding: There are no funders for this submission. The  author has himself fully self-financed (for his passion).I expect all these papers, would be nice Shroud for the passion and the price paid.

Acknowledgement : The author has generated this on Linux and had even used IEEE partner- Code Ocean - Python,C, Matlab ,Cloud Workstation, Jupyter Notebook,Rstudio,stata,julia,Tensorflow, pandas,trial (evaluation) of many proprietary softwares. No paid research, personal R&D work with no support, wastage of time in self teaching.Few gave trial (evaluation) sw with 2-5 months with even willing for 3-6 months further extension but didnt accepted hire contract request (the names cannot be disclosed & word of acknowledging expired in duration). No industry or academic will use their time only doing this work, even if given free unless financed or top MNC.  The author does not have any special name to be acknowledged.

Comments

Hello
I m not completing research paper, the earlier version got lost in computer crash.
I will not re-write or submit paper as left R&D.
Abhishek Bansal

Submitted by Abhishek Bansal on Sun, 12/18/2022 - 13:30