Durable and Electrified Pavement for Dynamic Wireless Charging of Electric Vehicles

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CAIT project no.: CAIT-UTC-REG30

Fiscal Year: 2018/2019

Status: Final

Principal investigator(s): Hao Wang, Ph.D., Rutgers

Performing organization(s): Rutgers CAIT

Managing organization: Rutgers CAIT

In cooperation with: New Jersey Department of Transportation
Partner project manager: Edward Liu, Principal Engineer

Supported by: USDOT-OST-R

UTC, grant, or agreement no.: 69A3551847102


The electrified pavement in the charging lane provides in-motion power supply for electric vehicles. However, the service life of pavement may be negatively impacted due to the complicated structure design for achieving the function of dynamic wireless charging. This primary goal of this research is to develop new design of electrified pavement that have durable performance while providing efficient charging functionality.

The intended outcome of the project is to provide an innovative solution on wireless charging techniques integrated in existing roadway pavements. The research results will contribute to the development of electrified roadway that provide energy source for electric vehicles.