19 February 2018 Modeling of a VMJ PV array under Gaussian high intensity laser power beam condition
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The high intensity laser power beaming (HILPB) system is one of the most promising systems in the long-rang wireless power transfer field. The vertical multi-junction photovoltaic (VMJ PV) array converts the HILPB into electricity to power the load or charges a battery. The output power of a VMJ PV array depends mainly on irradiance values of each VMJ PV cells. For simulating an entire VMJ PV array, the irradiance profile of the Gaussian HILPB and the irradiance level of the VMJ PV cell are mathematically modeled first. The VMJ PV array is modeled as a network with dimension m*n, where m represents the number of VMJ PV cells in a column, and n represents the number of VMJ PV cells in a row. In order to validate the results obtained in modeling and simulation, a laboratory setup was developed using 55 VMJ PV array. By using the output power model of VMJ PV array, we can establish an optimal power transmission path by the receiver based on the received signal strength. When the laser beam from multiple transmitters aimed at a VMJ PV array at the same time, the received power is the sum of all energy at a VMJ PV array. The transmitter sends its power characteristics as optically coded laser pulses and powers as HILPB. Using the attenuated power model and output power model of VMJ PV array, the receiver can estimate the maximum receivable powers from the transmitters and select optimal transmitters.
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Jeongsook Eom, Jeongsook Eom, Gunzung Kim, Gunzung Kim, Yongwan Park, Yongwan Park, } "Modeling of a VMJ PV array under Gaussian high intensity laser power beam condition", Proc. SPIE 10520, Laser-based Micro- and Nanoprocessing XII, 1052019 (19 February 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2288737; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2288737
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