Enhancing Wireless Charging Systems through Dynamic Power Management with the Innovative Power Control Algorithm


  • Aarav Mittal Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Student, Oak Brook, IL, 60523, USA
  • Richard Huang Electrical & Computer Engineering Student, Austin, TX, 78721, USA


Wireless Charging, Dynamic Power Management, Innovative Power Control Algorithm, Adaptive Feedback Mechanisms, Efficiency Optimization, Theoretical Simulations, Electromagnetic Induction, Algorithmic Structure, Energy Transfer Adaptability


Abstract— The Innovative Power Control Algorithm (IPCA) represents a significant theoretical advancement in the domain of wireless charging, addressing the inefficiencies and rigidity of traditional static power management systems. Rooted in dynamic power management principles, IPCA leverages real-time data analytics and adaptive feedback mechanisms to optimize power delivery, ensuring efficiency and adaptability across varying operational conditions. This paper delineates the theoretical framework of IPCA, elucidating its algorithmic structure, mathematical modeling, and simulated performance outcomes. Through comprehensive simulations, IPCA demonstrates a potential increase in charging efficiency and adaptability when compared to conventional methods. The theoretical implications of IPCA extend to diverse application scenarios, including consumer electronics, electric vehicles, and industrial automation, promising significant enhancements in wireless charging systems. Despite its theoretical nature, this research lays a robust groundwork for future empirical studies, aiming to validate and realize the practical deployment of IPCA in real- world wireless charging systems.


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Aarav Mittal, & Richard Huang. (2024). Enhancing Wireless Charging Systems through Dynamic Power Management with the Innovative Power Control Algorithm. International Journal of Computer (IJC), 50(1), 65–78. Retrieved from https://ijcjournal.org/index.php/InternationalJournalOfComputer/article/view/2182