IBRAHIM Mohammad 09/12/14 SUPELEC Salle F3.05
SUJET :  Analyse d'Interopérabilité d'un Système de Recharge Sans Contact pour le Véhicule Electrique.
Wireless Inductive Charging for Electrical Vehicules: Electromagnetic Modelling and Interoperability Analysis.
Sous la direction de M : Lionel PICHON
Son directeur de recherches.
(indiquer les noms par ordre alphabétique) 
Laurent BERNARD, Ingénieur de Recherche CNRS (Encadrant). 
Olivier CAYOL, Project Manager EV Advanced Technology RENAULT (Invite).
François COSTA, Professeur des Universités à l’IUFM Créteil (Examinateur).
Jean Paul FERRIEUX, Professeur des Universités à l’UJF Grenoble (Rapporteur).
Dimitrios LADAS, PhD; EV Charging Systems Schneider Electric (Invite).
Eric LABOURE, Professeur des Universités à Paris Sud (Invite).
Lionel PICHON, Directeur de Recherche CNRS (Directeur de Thèse).
Adel RAZEK, Directeur de Recherche CNRS Emérite (Encadrant).
Christian VOLLAIRE, Professeur des Universités à l’UCB Lyon (Rapporteur).
Development of contactless battery charging is an opportunity for electric vehicles. This solution is easy to use, robust and weather resistant rather than regularly plugin cables. The principle is based on magnetic coupling between the emitter and the receiver. The aim of this thesis is to contribute to propose a standard to make possible to couple emitters with receivers from different suppliers. 
The basic objective of the project CINELI is to develop a standard for interoperability between different contactless charging systems of electric vehicle batteries by inductive power pads. This standard will maximize the use of infrastructure. A vehicle from any standard respecting the manufacturer, may be wirelessly charged above a ground integrated loop and also complying with the standard norms of human exposure to EMF. This project focuses on the development of two different wireless technology systems that ultimately will be compatible. The result will be offered to other manufacturers as part of a consortium to allow an increase in the diffusion of electric vehicles and therefore a reduction in CO2 emissions. 
The manuscript highlights required comprehensive knowledge in this area as: magnetic design, interoperability, power electronic design and control, compliance and safety.
Keywords: EM modelling, resonant topologies, power electronics, interoperability, inductive charging.