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Basic Characteristics of Electric Field Resonance

  • Takehiro ImuraEmail author
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Abstract

Electric resonance coupling was briefly introduced in Sect. 11.3, but will be described in detail in this chapter and part of Chap.  12. The relationship between electromagnetic induction (IPT: Inductive power transfer) and magnetic resonance coupling is equal to the relationship between electric field coupling (CPT: Capacitive power transfer) and electric resonance coupling, and forms a dual relationship. By replacing the magnetic field with an electric field, it is easy to understand electric resonance coupling.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tokyo University of ScienceNodaJapan

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