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Magnetic superlens-enhanced inductive coupling for wireless power transfer
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10.1063/1.3692757
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(Color online) (a) Two-coil coupling system; (b) two-coil coupling system with MM lens; (c) 3D system configuration with MM slab and its equivalent axisymmetric 2D model in COMSOL; (d) ratio between the numerically calculated and analytically predicted mutual inductance in the configuration shown in (a).

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(Color online) (a) The ratio of simulated L 21 to the theoretical L 21 calculated in the point-dipole limit, as a function of coil radius R normalized to the wavelength (coil retardation parameter); (b) mutual inductance enhancement as a function of the MM lens width W; (c) mutual inductance enhancement vs lens thickness for a fixed intercoil distance, where L 0 = D/2 is the optimum lens thickness; (d) magnetic loss effect on mutual inductance enhancement.

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(Color online) (a) Mutual coupling enhancement factor dependence on the anisotropy factor (same as lens compression factor). System configuration and magnetic field profile when (b) a = 0.6, (c) a = 1, (d) a = 2.

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(Color online) (a) Enhancement factor ρ depends on the anisotropic MM lens’s material loss tangent ρ = 0.1, 0.1/a, 0.1/a 2; (b) mutual enhancement reduction with an increase in the material loss tangent from σ = 0.1/a 2 to σ = 1/a 2.

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(Color online) Indefinite-permeability lens: coupling enhancement as a function of b = Re(−μz).

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(Color online) The summary of enhancement ratio obtained with isotropic MM lens, anisotropic MM lens, and indefinite lens when the lens radius changes. Isotropic lens has μ = −1−0.1j and L = D/2 in which D = 0.5 m; Anisotropic lens has [μ x , μ x , μ x ] = [−2−0.05j, −2−0.05j, −0.5−0.0125j] and L = D/4; indefinite lens with b = 1 has [μ x , μ y , μ z ] = [−1−0.1j, 1, 1] and L = D/2; indefinite lens with b = 2 has [μ x , μ y , μ z ] = [−2−0.2j, 1, 1] and L = D/2.

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Scitation: Magnetic superlens-enhanced inductive coupling for wireless power transfer
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/111/6/10.1063/1.3692757
10.1063/1.3692757
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