In this work, numerical aspects related to the accuracy of numerical dosimetric simulations, performed in the context of human exposure to wireless power transfer systems for electric vehicles, are discussed. Two alternative methods for electric field computation in highly detailed anatomical human models are applied, discussing results in the framework of the current regulations and guidelines. Different strategies for smoothing localized outliers are compared, including novel techniques based on statistical considerations.

Numerical Aspects in Dosimetric Analysis of Human Exposure to Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles / Arduino, Alessandro; Bottauscio, Oriano; Chiampi, Mario; Giaccone, Luca; Liorni, Ilaria; Kuster, Niels; Zilberti, Luca; Zucca, Mauro. - (2019). ((Intervento presentato al convegno Compumag 2019.

Numerical Aspects in Dosimetric Analysis of Human Exposure to Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles

Alessandro Arduino;Oriano Bottauscio;Luca Zilberti;Mauro Zucca
2019

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In this work, numerical aspects related to the accuracy of numerical dosimetric simulations, performed in the context of human exposure to wireless power transfer systems for electric vehicles, are discussed. Two alternative methods for electric field computation in highly detailed anatomical human models are applied, discussing results in the framework of the current regulations and guidelines. Different strategies for smoothing localized outliers are compared, including novel techniques based on statistical considerations.
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