FAZEL1 ™ Dynamic Charging Platoon.
Using Resonant Repeaters Coil and Receiver Coil embedded in the cars, car can be able to received and sending back the part of wireless electric energy to other electric cars ahead and behind and act like hotspot.
For achieving better efficiency in wireless transferring rate from car to car, we use Car Platoon (Road trains) method, and motorized (transmitter and receiver coils (Resonant Repeaters Coil )) to the form of antennas in front and back of each car.
When driver go to the charging lanes, with help of Car Platoon we reduce vehicles headway to 2m and then with the help of fully automatic motorized coil antennas we achieve less than 10cm Air Gap between EVS (transmitter and receiver coils (Resonant Repeaters Coil))
With this method E Platoon, received Electricity from small charging pad deployment on the road, or can be receive Electricity from other vehicle, or power bank truck on the go.
Car Platoon also in itself linking the vehicles and having them travel close together and could reduce fuel consumption by around 20% for all the vehicles except the leader.
Drivers of EVs make route choices and decide whether to use the Dynamic Charging Platoon,. They can decide where to enter and leave the E platoon and how long to charge.
NOTE: POWER TRANSFER IN FAZEL1 CAN BE DONE:
AS AN INDUCTIVE OR CONDUCTIVE OR MIXTURE OF BOTH METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY.
Main Advantage Fazel1™
1.Each charging pad on the road range extended up to 50 meter from the center point (because of using the E platoon and V2V charging) and this help us to reduce the cost of implementation.
2. Many cars can charge in motion simultaneously from single charging pad, in each segment of the road, .
3. Simultaneously many cars can charge in parking-lot from single pad .
4. Can be use Powersbank truck that gives Electric Vehicles charge on the motion in the area that dose not access to the grid or charge E platoon without need of any charging infrastructure and charging pad on the road.
5. Vehicle platooning makes it possible for vehicles to travel together closely yet safely. This leads to a reduction in the amount of space used by a number of vehicles on a charging lanes. In fact, it has been estimated that at a fixed separation of 21 feet (2 meter) between vehicles traveling at 65 miles/hour (104 Km/Hour), charging lanes vehicle capacity increases from the regular 2000 vehicles per lane/hour to 6000 vehicles per lane/hour.
6. vehicle platooning significantly reduces the drag that each vehicle experiences. This reduction of drag translates into less fuel A, Afuel efficiency and less pollution, when the distance between vehicles in the platoon is half the car length; at this distance, there's 50% reduction in drag and 20-25 percent reduction in fuel consumption and this reducing the distance help us to transferred wirelessly power enough to charge electric vehicles safely and effectively.
The main advantage of wireless charging while the vehicle is in motion is the automation of the charging process and the resulting additional range –thus the use of an internal combustion engine as a ”range extender“ and the use of larger and thus heavier batteries are not necessary.
The alternative to dynamic wireless charging is conductive fast charging. But this will cause an interruption of travel. Conductive fast charging stations are limited in the number of vehicles that can be recharged in parallel, resulting in potential waiting times
Test results from SAE show the technology has improved to the point that wireless systems can charge an EV at essentially the same efficiency and speed as plug-ins.
11-kilowatt wireless charger is capable of charging a Nissan Leaf to 80 percent in a half-hour.