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Electronics and Electrical Engineering D-index 57 Citations 16,152 136 World Ranking 738 National Ranking 1

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Awards & Achievements

2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Electrical engineering
  • Transformer
  • Capacitor

His primary areas of investigation include Maximum power transfer theorem, Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Inductance and Pickup. His work deals with themes such as Power transmission, Inductive coupling and Electromagnetic coil, which intersect with Maximum power transfer theorem. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mechanical engineering and Electric-vehicle battery in addition to Inductive coupling.

The Electrical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Electric vehicle, Automotive engineering and Magnetic flux. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Power factor, AC power and Capacitor. His work in Leakage tackles topics such as Air gap which are related to areas like Electromagnetic compatibility.

His most cited work include:

  • Design considerations for a contactless electric vehicle battery charger (1078 citations)
  • Power transfer capability and bifurcation phenomena of loosely coupled inductive power transfer systems (773 citations)
  • Inductive Power Transfer (691 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Maximum power transfer theorem, Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Electromagnetic coil and Pickup are his primary areas of study. Grant A. Covic combines subjects such as Power factor, Control theory, Electric vehicle, Coupling and Inductance with his study of Maximum power transfer theorem. His Electric vehicle research incorporates elements of Automotive engineering and Electromagnetic shielding.

Many of his research projects under Electrical engineering are closely connected to Network topology with Network topology, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In his study, Inductor is inextricably linked to Capacitor, which falls within the broad field of Electronic engineering. His Electromagnetic coil study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ferrite and Leakage.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Maximum power transfer theorem (76.09%)
  • Electrical engineering (54.35%)
  • Electronic engineering (33.15%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2018-2021)?

  • Maximum power transfer theorem (76.09%)
  • Electric vehicle (14.13%)
  • Electromagnetic coil (19.57%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His primary areas of study are Maximum power transfer theorem, Electric vehicle, Electromagnetic coil, Automotive engineering and Electrical engineering. Grant A. Covic merges many fields, such as Maximum power transfer theorem and Finite element method, in his writings. His Electric vehicle research integrates issues from Wireless, Downtime and Electromagnetic shielding.

The concepts of his Electromagnetic coil study are interwoven with issues in Inductance and Ferrite. Grant A. Covic combines subjects such as Transformer, Distributed generation and Photovoltaic system with his study of Automotive engineering. He has researched Electrical engineering in several fields, including Coupling and Reliability.

Between 2018 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Robust Ferrite-Less Double D Topology for Roadway IPT Applications (14 citations)
  • A Hybrid Solenoid Coupler for Wireless Charging Applications (8 citations)
  • Measuring the Q-factor of IPT Magnetic Couplers (3 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Electrical engineering
  • Transformer
  • Voltage

Grant A. Covic focuses on Maximum power transfer theorem, Electric vehicle, Electromagnetic coil, Leakage and Imagination. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wireless power transfer, Air gap, Q factor, Electrical engineering and Inductance in addition to Maximum power transfer theorem. In the subject of general Electrical engineering, his work in Converters and Electromagnetic shielding is often linked to Push pull, Chemical substance and Search engine, thereby combining diverse domains of study.

The concepts of his Electric vehicle study are interwoven with issues in Battery, Cost estimate and Downtime. His Electromagnetic coil research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inductor, Control theory and Datasheet. His Leakage research includes themes of Inductive charging, Coupling and Solenoid.

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Best Publications

Design considerations for a contactless electric vehicle battery charger

Chwei-Sen Wang;O.H. Stielau;G.A. Covic.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2005)

1492 Citations

Power transfer capability and bifurcation phenomena of loosely coupled inductive power transfer systems

Chwei-Sen Wang;G.A. Covic;O.H. Stielau.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2004)

1126 Citations

Development of a Single-Sided Flux Magnetic Coupler for Electric Vehicle IPT Charging Systems

M. Budhia;J. T. Boys;G. A. Covic;Chang-Yu Huang.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2013)

962 Citations

Inductive Power Transfer

G. A. Covic;J. T. Boys.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2013)

943 Citations

Modern Trends in Inductive Power Transfer for Transportation Applications

Grant Anthony Covic;John Talbot Boys.
IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics (2013)

895 Citations

Design and Optimization of Circular Magnetic Structures for Lumped Inductive Power Transfer Systems

M. Budhia;G. A. Covic;J. T. Boys.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2011)

841 Citations

Stability and control of inductively coupled power transfer systems

J.T. Boys;G.A. Covic;A.W. Green.
IEE Proceedings - Electric Power Applications (2000)

740 Citations

A Three-Phase Inductive Power Transfer System for Roadway-Powered Vehicles

G.A. Covic;J.T. Boys;M.L.G. Kissin;H.G. Lu.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2007)

432 Citations

Design of loosely coupled inductive power transfer systems

O.H. Stielau;G.A. Covic.
ieee international conference on power system technology (2000)

386 Citations

A new IPT magnetic coupler for electric vehicle charging systems

Mickel Budhia;Grant Covic;John Boys.
conference of the industrial electronics society (2010)

360 Citations

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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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