Researchers fabricated magnetic fields that charge moving cars wirelessly
Researchers in Stanford University in California fabricated a wireless electric vehicle (EV)new technology that may lead to streets and automatically charge vehicles as they move over them. This discovery may lead to create more and more models of EVs.
The wireless magnetic fields proves that researchers try to make use of magnetic resonance coupling by putting two copper coils a few feet apart and tuned to resonate at the same frequency. One coil is linked to an electric power that creates a magnetic field which makes the other coil to resonate. This process finishes to an electric power that is moving invisibly from the first coil to the second. The scientists seem determined to develop it in laboratories and to guarantee it’s totally safe on the streets and doesn’t produce any harassments on other drivers and their cars.